For-Bid for Dogs
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For small dogs or puppies, 3-20 lbs, sprinkle approximately ¼ packet (½ teaspoon) of For-Bid™ on food once in the morning and once at night for 5 days or until unwanted behavior stops.
For medium and large sized dogs, 20-100+ lbs, sprinkle approximately ½ packet (1 teaspoon) of For-Bid™ on food once in the morning and once at night for 5-6 days or until unwanted behavior stops.
For cats, sprinkle approximately ¼ packet (½ teaspoon) of For-Bid™ on food once per day for 5 days or until unwanted behavior stops.
For horses, sprinkle approximately 1½ packet of For-Bid™ on food once in morning and once at night for 2-3 days.
When a dog is eating another dog’s stool or out of a cat’s litter box, feed For-Bid™ to all animals involved as directed above.
If coprophagia returns soon after intial feeding, sprinkle 1 gram (just a pinch) For-Bid™ on food as necessary.
If using dry food, moisten with water before sprinkling For-Bid™. If For-Bid™ is not sticking, you can try a different food.
Steroids may counteract the intended effects of For-Bid™.
If an animal has special dietary needs or related medical issues, please consult your Veterinarian before using For-Bid™.
If the unwanted behavior continues after the first week of using For-Bid™, please consult your Veterinarian to discuss other options available for stopping coprophagia.
Although For-Bid™ is made with food-grade ingredients.
It is not intended for human consumption.
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