Stop cats, dogs and horses from stool eating with For-Bid. For-Bid is a highly purified crystalline edible protein fraction. It is not an enzyme mixture which alters the normal endogenous digestive process. Simply sprinkle over the animal's food. It is tasteless when it's ingested, but it adds a forbidding taste to the stool making it unappealing. When the animal attempts to eat this feces, the villa of the tongue react and the animal discards it. For-Bid has been used by thousands of veterinarians for cats, dogs and horses without adverse reactions and with exceptional success. Includes twelve 0.28 oz packets. Do not feed to animals on steroids as this will counter the effect.
Includes: Twelve 0.28 oz packets of For-Bid
Store in a cool, dry location. Tightly close un-used packets to preserve freshness.
Contains wheat gluten and monosodium glutamate.
- For large dogs, 20-100 lbs, sprinkle the contents of ½ packet on the dog food two times per day (morning and night), for 5-6 days. This will usually curb coprophagia for months, often permanently.
For small dogs or puppies, 3-20 lbs, administer ¼ packet two times per day (morning and night), for 5 days.
- Cats should be fed ¼ packet, one time per day, for 4-5 days.
- For horses, 1 ½ packets, two times per day (morning and night), for 2-3 days typically deters this behavior.
Sprinkle For-Bid on the food. If using dry food, it is recommended to moisten food with water before adding For-Bid. You should see a response after the first or second day.
If coprophagy starts again after initial dosage, give 1 gram per for 2-3 weeks as necessary.
When a dog is eating another dog's stool, or those from a cat's litter box, we recommend treating both animals.
Types of coprophagia
This develops in young animals, and has occurred for 1-3 weeks. For-Bid is 99.99% effective.
Animals 3-5 years old that have had coprophagia for 1-3 months. For-Bid is approximately 95% effective.
Animals 5-6 years old, that have been eating feces for 1-3 years. This is not coprophagia, but a bad habit. For-Bid may not work in this instance. If it doesn't, obedience training is recommended or the possible use of a muzzle.
Points to consider regarding administration of For-Bid
Be sure you are not over feeding your animal, because undigested food in the feces will propagate coprophagia.
It may be advisable to change the animal's diet. Try a new diet with a range of B complex vitamins as well as minerals.
For use in dogs, cats and horses.