Grannick's Bitter Apple for Dogs Spray Bottle, 16 Ounces
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- Discourages fur biting
- Spray bottle for more coverage
- Elimanates hots spots
- Stop pets from licking, gnawing, and chewing fur, wounds, and bandages
- Non-toxic and safe
- Simply spray problem areas to discourage chewing
- Ingredients include water, isopropanol 20%, bitter principles, and extracts
- Please read all label information on delivery
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Size: 16 Ounces
Top Customer Reviews
at her check up i told the vet it was getting to be a real problem. he suggested that i buy this spray and give her one "no bite" warning and then spray it directly in her mouth. i only had to do this about 4 times. she has pretty much stopped biting now, but if she forgets in the middle of play all i have to say is "no bite" and she stops.
as for people who say that it's "abusive" to spray it in the dogs mouth, i will say that our vet suggested it and it certainly didn't seem to traumatize her. she made an unpleasant face and tried to spit it out for a minute, and that was about it. out of curiosity i sprayed it (yes, a full spray) in my own mouth. it's gross but not going to do any permanent damage.
since then i've put it on shoes and couch cushions and wires.. she instantly stays away from all of them.
it was a total miracle for us
The spray doesn't work well on hands or clothing at our house. Also, several friends have reported that their older dogs actually appear to like the taste, so it obviously doesn't work for every dog. I suspect it works best for stopping a puppy chewing habit from forming rather than breaking a well-established habit, but it's inexpensive enough to seem worth trying even in those situations.
Also, side note, I tasted this stuff myself (with 'apple' in the name I was expecting a sour taste). DO NOT. I repeat DO NOT taste this stuff. It is not a pleasant taste, it lives up to the 'bitter' portion of its name, 100%. It isn't strong enough to make you sick, but it does make you want to get the taste out of your mouth and not taste it again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
i THINK it deters my cat from chewing on electrical cords. i also think it wears off after a while so you might need to reapply from time to time. Read morePublished 57 minutes ago by Eleanor
Didn't really work all that well for our puppy. It would make her sneeze and avoid an object for a minute or so, which was nice to distract her, but after about a minute, she'd... Read morePublished 3 hours ago by David Foley
At least for my dogs, didn't do a damn thing. Might as well have been water.Published 11 hours ago by Sheldon Storey
I bought this as it was recommended to me since my puppy kept getting into our cat's litterbox and biting people. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Cierra DeLeo
My dog isn't really swayed my the taste, so this product didn't work for mePublished 2 days ago by Nicola Cola
Very helpful. Our dog would get into our trashcans whenever we would leave. It didn't matter if we had something in there or not. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Troy
I've used this brand before but in the gel form. The gel was a great deterrent. I have used the spray only a couple of times and it seems to do the job. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Dr. Scully
This is the one. If you have furniture that your cat scratches, this really does work BUT it isn't permanent and you have to do it every few days until they are trained. Read morePublished 5 days ago by JacqiMartling