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FOR-BID Stool-eating preventative (12 packets)
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FOR-BID Stool-eating preventative (12 packets)

    FOR-BID Stool-eating preventative (12 packets)

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Coprophagy problem? try Nixit

Stop stool eating with FOR-BID.

Pets eating stool is known as coprophagy. Vegetable protein and sodium glutamate work in the digestive system to give stools a bad taste.

Directions: Simply sprinkle on dog food and after the food is consumed, this will impart a forbidden and unpalatable taste to the feces. This product is not an enzyme mixture which alters the normal endogenous digestive process. "FOR-BID" has been used by thousands of veterinarians in both cats and dogs without adverse reactions and with excellent efficacy. In some cases, the daily rations must also be changed.

Recommended Administration
Large dogs, the size of German shepherds, sprinkle the contents of 1/2 package on the dog food two times a day for 5 to 6 days (morning and night). This will usually curb coprophagy for months, often permanently. In small dogs or puppies, you may give one-quarter of a pack two times a day for four days (morning and night).
Cats 1/4 packet per day, for 4-5 days.
Horses, we have reports that 1 1/2 packs, morning noon and night for 2-3 days appears to curb this habit.


If Coprophagy starts again after initial dosage, give 1 gram per day (from the 8 gram package) for 2-3 weeks or as necessary.

12 packets per container.

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Overall Rating for FOR-BID Stool-eating preventative (12 packets)
FOR-BID Stool-eating preventative (12 packets)
$14.99
5 Stars based on 3 Review(s)
Sara Jane
5 Stars

Horses eating their POO!
January 31, 2012
Fori the first time in 44 years, I witnessed adult horses eating their manure. I am certain that these horses were doing do to bordem. They were horses that came in from a large pasture, to be stalled with a run. Within a month they started eating about 50% of their piles. Being a Vet. Tech. I knew about \"Forbid\" for dogs and cats. Someone told me that it has been used on horses. I ordered it and it does work. This vise is also learned. My horse who never did this, started doing it. I treated her for only 2 days. She stopped, buit started back up a week later. I treated her 5 days, and she stopped. completely. All the horses ate it with no problem.

CHRISTA
5 Stars

Forbid
October 27, 2011
I have two Boston Terrier\'s... both females. One of which is a poop eater. It\'s quite discusting. Anywhere we go if there\'s a \"good\" tasting/smelling pile around she always finds a way to eat it. Since I am gone 8 hours a day to go to work my dogs have free access to their bathroom and to their poop. I always come home ready to pick up something and there\'s nothing... until I turn the corner and there\'s barf from where her stomach got upset from eating it. So, I asked my vet what I should do and he put both of my dogs on For-Bid. It was simple: sprinkle some on their food and it will make them not want to eat their poop anymore. It took a couple of days but after a while the results were great! No more barf messes to clean up, no more horrible breath, ... yes it meant I had to pick up dog poop more often but I was happy to do that. I\'m so thankful for For-Bid and will use it anytime the routine starts up again.

JENNIFER
5 Stars

FORBID
September 5, 2009
I USED FORBID TO PREVENT MY PUPPY FROM EATING HORSE MANURE, IT REALLY DID WORK BUT I HAVE 3 HORSES, BOUGHT 3 PACKAGES OF TWELVE, FED ALL OF IT AT SUGGESTED. IT STOPPED WORKING AFTER A WHILE OF NOT FEEDING IT AS I SUSPECTED IT WOULD. TO CONTINUE TO BUY IN PACKETS FOR HORSES IS TOO COSTLY. I CAN\'T FIND A LARGE CONTAINER BUT PLAN TO CHECK W/ THE VET. THE PUP KEPT TESTING DIFFERENT MANURE PILES TO SEE IF THEY TASTED ANY DIFFERENT AND THEN STOPPED, SHE ONLY LIKES THE FRESH MANURE SO IT WORKED OUT. SHE IS BACK TO EATING IT AS THE BAD TASTE IS GONE NOW. I WILL SURELY TRY TO FIND IN BULK. ALSO, I SAW NO CHANGES IN THE HORSES WHILE THEY WERE ON THIS PRODUCT.




FOR-BID Stool-eating preventative (12 packets)
$14.99