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For-Bid (Anticoprophagic), 12 Packets is a supplement that stops coprophagia in dogs, cats, and horses. For-Bid works by giving an animal's feces an unpleasant taste to discourage consumption. In cases of acute coprophagia, For-Bid is 99.99% effective.
- Breaks the habit of eating feces
- Treats coprophagia and is effective in young animals
- Works simply by adding a forbidding flavor to an animal?s feces
- Can stop the transmission of parasites via consumed feces
- Manufacturer information and usage
Both of my dogs eat poop. One is especially fond of the cat's litter box, but both will eat pretty much any poop they find. I started using this a few weeks ago and the poop eating has stopped, and I'm very thankful because my husband was so grossed out he was talking about sending the dogs to live with his father.
Pretty darn effective breaking an old habit.
My beagle has been a poop eater since he was a puppy. Tried various products and home remedies with not much luck. I thought I would try this product as a last ditch effort. Knowing that his problem had become habitual and would be more difficult to treat, I tried it. He really doesn't like the taste of his waste now. He will try it and then stop. I know it will take us longer to over come his issue but we will keep it up. I found that giving him 1/8 tsp per meal (he has 2 meals per day) seems to work best. His wt is 25 lbs. this seems to prevent the diarrhea that can happen with a larger dose.
For-Bid (Anticoprophagic), 12 Packets
The most effective and cost effective anti-coprophagic I have tried. A small dose has better effect than other brands.
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