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NaturVet Coprophagia Deterrent, 90 Soft Chews

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NaturVet Coprophagia Deterrent, 90 Soft Chews gives stools an unpleasant, forbidding taste so dogs will stop eating their own or those of other dogs if they are also given NaturVet's Coprophagia Deterrent. These soft chews are made with all-natural ingredients, digestive enzymes, and probiotics to support proper intestinal balance.
  • Contains natural ingredients like yucca, chamomile, and probiotics
  • Stops coprophagia (stool eating) in dogs
  • Also contains amylase, lipase, cellulase, and protease digestive enzymes
  • Manufacturer information and usage PDF
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Product Reviews
Overall Customer Rating:
2.00
Customer Reviews: 2
3 Stars
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Location:
Colorado
Review Date:
6/12/2012

My dogs like the taste and the product is quicker and easier to use than powders or pills. The price is good and I find it as effective if not more so than other "remedies". Dogs act repelled by the smell of their fresh stool if on the product and do not eat. However, if the stool stays in the area overnight or longer, the smell diminishes and dogs with long standing stool eating issues are again attracted to the stool. I have tried many products for chronic stool eaters, but none have worked completely. It is a habit with these animals that is very difficult to break and can be caused by many issues.
Not effective
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Location:
Plano Texas
Review Date:
12/4/2011

I regret to say that these have no effect on my dog whatsoever after about 2 weeks of use.
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