Stop cats, dogs, and horses from stool eating with For-Bid, a highly purified crystalline edible protein fraction. It is not an enzyme mixture and does not alter the normal endogenous digestive process. Simply sprinkle the For-Bid dog supplement over the animal's food and your animal will not even notice! 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 their feces, the villa of the tongue react, and the animal ends up discarding it. For-Bid has been used by thousands of veterinarians for cats, dogs, and horses without adverse reactions and with exceptional success. For-Bid for dogs 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.
- For large dogs, 20-100 lb, 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 lb, 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 coprophagiaAcute:
This develops in young animals, and has occurred for 1-3 weeks. For-Bid is 99.99% effective.Intermediate:
Animals 3-5 years old that have had coprophagia for 1-3 months. For-Bid is approximately 95% effective.Chronic:
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.
Contains wheat gluten and monosodium glutamate.