FOR-BID stops coprophagy (pets eating stool). Vegetable protein and sodium glutamate work in the digestive system to give stools a bad taste.
Directions: Simply sprinkle FOR-BID on dog food and after food is consumed, this will impart a forbidden and unpalatable taste to the feces. FOR-BID 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.
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 of FOR-BID per day, for 4-5 days.
Horses, we have reports that 1 1/2 packs of FOR-BID, morning, noon and night for 2-3 days appears to curb this habit.
If coprophagy starts again after initial dosage of FOR-BID, give 1 gram per day (from the 8 gram package) for 2-3 weeks or as necessary.
Had a noise problem with one of our pups.This product seems to be working. It gets his attention and distracts him from barking.
Only down side is that he yips a lot and it doesn't seem to catch them.
Working so far by Ginger from Greensboro, NC06/21/2012
I have an older dog that I could not break. So far this product has worked from the second day of use.
Works by kita from Bend, OR01/25/2011
It may take several rounds of treatment but this has cured one dog from eating feces. Now to cure the puppy.
stops nasty excrement eating by bleufishh from Chicago, IL01/01/2013
We've used For-Bid before with puppies and it works well. If you have only one dog, it's easier, if you have more than one, all dogs must have it sprinkled on their food. As it is a powder, it's best to mix it with some canned food first. It chemically changes the "outcome" and makes excrement taste nasty to the dump-eater. Order more than you think you will use because excrement-eating is a hard habit to break and it takes more than one ingestion of excrement for the dog to get the idea. We adopted a 10-year-old pug with a nasty doo-doo-eating habit and she is proving very difficult to break of the habit.
I know this stuff works by NWalker from High Springs, FL08/15/2012
I've used it in the past with other dogs and works within days...but...
My latest dogs are simply poo eaters. They treat this as a topping for their poo. I really don't think anything will work on these mutts!