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Q.  What are the Ingredients in For-Bid?
A.  For-Bid contains Purified Vegetable Protein Fraction, and Sodium Glutamate. For-Bid is a totally natural way to help your pet's stool eating habit disappear. 


Q.  How is For-Bid administered?
A.  Simply sprinkle For-Bid on your pet's food. For large dogs, sprinkle 1/2 packet morning and night. For small dogs and cats, 1/4 packet may be used. 


Q.  How long does it take to see results?
A.  Large dogs need to take For-Bid for 5 - 6 days. This will usually curb stool eating for months. Small dogs and cats should take For-Bid for 4 days to see results. 


Q.  How does For-Bid work?
A.  For-Bid goes through the gastrointestinal tract and breaks down in the feces. The dog or cat will stop eating the stool because the taste will be unappealing to them. 


Q.  How effective is For-Bid?
A.  For-Bid can be up to 100% effective if your pet is 1 to 6 months of age. It is important you start to discourage stool eating as soon as it starts. The earlier you start the more effective For-Bid will be. A dog that has developed a stool eating habit for 3 or more years may need more intensive training. 


Q.  Which works better, Distaste or For-Bid?
A.  Both Distaste and For-Bid are both proven nearly 100% effective if used correctly. Distaste comes in pill form, in either regular or triple strength for extreme cases. For-Bid comes in an easy powder form and can be used for cats and horses as well. 


Q.  Will stool eating affect my pet?
A.  Many parasites can be transmitted through eating stool. Dogs that eat stool can infect themselves repeatedly with parasites such as giardia, filaroides, and coccidia.


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