Clear, non-sticky, and easy to apply spray will stop animals from chewing and gnawing on any number of problem areas. Inexpensive and non-staining. Can be used on any washable surface, indoors and outdoors. YUCK! is WATER BASED unlike other alcohol based products that can cause stinging, so it can be applied to wounds or bandages.
Active Ingredients: Rosemary (.5%)
Inert Ingredients: Water and Sodium Bicarbonate.
Spray Yuck! evenly on hot spots, summer itch, furniture, etc. Use consistently until undesirable habits are curtailed.
My dog had a sore on his paw and we used this to keep him from licking. We went with this one since it was alcohol free and it worked. He quit licking his wound. Unfortunately when we sprayed it on his wound it got into my mouth and it tasted awful! I called the company and they said milk would help with getting the taste out of my mouth and it worked.
HOW TO REMOVE OFF HANDS by KIT07/19/2010
Do not spray in air or on human skin. It is very difficult to remove odor, taste from hands, mouth, and anything you touch.
The only thing I found to remove it from my hands was "Black Jack Asphalt & Tar Remover" found at Lowes or Home Depot.
It claims to be gentle on skin and IT IS !!!! You can use it on clothes, tools, fabric, skin and hair. VOC compliant. Biodegradable, and 100% organic. I'm extremely allergic to all chemical, odors. Fortunately, I have a knowledgeable husband.
Humans hate the taste by Randal from Galesburg IL04/12/2013
This stuff is only good if your dog won't eat their food. If you soak the food in Bitter Yuck they gobble it right up.
Great Product by Derby's Mom10/22/2012
I use Bitter Yuck instead of other no chew products because it works better for my dogs than other products when used regularly.
Yuck it definitely the word for it. by Casper the friendly dog from Rhode Island11/07/2012
This definitely stopped Casper from chewing on himself. The theatrical reaction he had to tasting this stuff would have been outright comical, if it weren't for the fact that I hadn't washed my hands quite as thoroughly as I thought after applying it to him. I stirred my iced tea and got the tip of my finger into it. My first sip was so foul I thought I'd never get it out of my mouth. My family thought my antics were even funnier than Casper's. I only had to spray it on him two more times. Now I just leave the bottle out near where he prefers to lay and he looks at it and lays down and doesn't chew on himself.
I suggest that when you do use this: make sure there are no fans on that can blow it around the room, clean up any overspray immediately, ABSOLUTELY DO NOT USE NEAR YOUR PETS FACE, put the cap back on the bottle securely (with tape if you have to), DO NOT USE THIS SPRAY ANYWHERE NEAR FOOD OR DRINK (It's non-toxic but the taste is horrendous.) and make sure you wash any part of you that has come into contact with the spray thoroughly, with soap, do it twice, try not to touch the sprayed portions of your pet while playing or attempted to sooth their hurt feelings.
DOES NOT WORK by utcytvuhnpiojiniyvutuytv12/02/2012
I bought this product so excited to use it. I got home and sprayed it on places my puppy chews. She was curious so she went over and just licked it off. I got a piece of cloth for her to play with and got her attention, I then took the cloth and soaked it w/Bitter Yuck then gave it back to her. She sat and chewed on the cloth like nothing was different. The next day I decided to put it on her paws. I was spraying it on and she jumped out of the way leaving a little puddle of this stuff on the floor. I sprayed more on the floor and my puppy just lapped it up like it was water. This was a waste of my money. I am not happy.