Grannick's Bitter Apple for Dogs Spray Bottle, 16 Ounces
- Discourages fur biting
- Eliminates hots spots to 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
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Original Spray for Dogs. Discourages fur biting, hair chewing and hot spots. Sizes available: 118AT: 8 oz. 24/case 1116AT: 16 oz. 12/case.
Size: 16 oz
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Grannick's make several Bitter Apple products, from which to choose. My preference is this spray, for the ease of use. This spray has saved many furniture pieces, more shoes than I care to count, and has also saved more than 1 Christmas tree.
You spray this on the object that your pet is chewing, and spray or place a drop or 2 in your pet's mouth. This creates an association between the smell, the unpleasant taste, and provides a reminder why your dog never wants to chew anything the smells like this. I'm a skeptic, as well as dog lover. To prove to me that it works, and is safe for my pets, my husband agreed to my spraying it in his mouth. He confirmed that this should prevent any unwanted behaviour. [I probably shouldn't have laughed as much as I did that day]
This gets it done. A couple of licks and chews and he backs off. It doesn't have much of any aroma to my nose, but he can smell it and now avoids it. And it didn't cause any skin irritation to anyone in the house.
It loses a star for having a poor sprayer. Once you pump it, it leaks on your hands and drips on the floor. It takes a lot of soap and water to get it off your fingers and you won't enjoy finger foods unless you wash well. I recommend cheap gloves of the sort for handling food.
I swear on this product!!!!
In fact, the other product I tried (which was bitter apple and tea tree oil) actually encouraged my dogs to chew things up. (I've got a review over on that product fail.) So sorry I tried that. Now I'm respraying everything with Grannick's today unless I find something better using my power of Google.
So I'll stick with Grannick's until I find something better.