||Stop troublesome stool eating
||Just add this powder formula to your pet's food
||Makes stool unpalatable to your pet
Stop stool eating with For-Bid powder. Sprinkle-on powder contains wheat gluten and monosodium glutamate to make stool unpalatable so pets will avoid eating it; one or two days feeding usually suffices. For dogs, cats, and horses.
Suggested Daily Use: Dogs: 3-20 lbs. - 1/4 Package twice a day for 4 days.; 20-100 lbs - 1/2 package twice a day for 5-6 days. If coprophagy starts again after initial dosage, give 1 gram per day (from this 8 gram package) for 2-3 weeks or as necessary.
Cats: 1/4 Package per day for 4-5 days. If coprophagy starts again after initial dosage, give 1 gram per day)from this 8 gram package) for 2-3 weeks or as necessary.
Purified vegetable protein fraction and sodium glutamate.
Points to consider regarding administration of For-Bid
Types of Coprophagy
- Be sure you are not over-feeding your dog because undigested food in the feces will propogate coprophagy. You are the best judge of this.
- It may be advisable to change the diet. In other words, get something new in the digestive tract. Try a new diet with a range of B complex vitamins as well as minerals.
- How does For-Bid work: You feed the For-Bid on the dog food morning and evening. This food then goes thru the gastrointestinal tract and the breakdown product of For-Bid is in the feces. The dog is then sensitized to his feces. The next day the dog picks up his feces and spits it out. The villa of the tongue are reacting. Be sure the dogs are not on steroids because this will counter the effect of For-Bid.
- Acute - this occurs in young dogs, one to six months old and has started for one to three weeks: For-Bid is 100% effective.
- Intermediate - Dogs 3, 4, or 5 years old that have coprophagy for one to three months: For-Bid is about 95% effective.
- Chronic - Dogs 5 and 6 years old that have been doing it for one to three years: This is not coprophagy but a bad habit. Here For-Bid may not work. If it doesn't, we recommend obedience training or the possible use of a muzzle.
You should see a response after the first or second day. Many veterinarians suggest to give for five-six days, (morning and evening).