Anti-Chew Bitter Spray for Dogs | Made with Love – Particular Paws
Highlights. No chew deterrent spray for dogs; Uses lemon extract and grapeseed extract; Can reapply as needed. Read more.
This is one of the top-selling dog repellent sprays available today. It contains bitter extract, water and 20% isopropanol. It is non-toxic, hence, safe to be used around humans, and safe to be sprayed on pets and things that they want to chew on. This best dog repellent spray from Grannick's is ideal for dogs that chew on their paws, fur, tail and other body parts. The bitterness of this solution will discourage them from gnawing, but will not harm them.
Grannick’s Bitter Apple for Dogs Spray Bottle was just the miracle that many pet owners needed. Their dogs absolutely disliked the taste. It was also not necessary to keep on re-spraying because the liquid had a distinct smell to it that reminded the chewers of its taste.
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Chew Spray For Dogs Spray To Keep Dogs From Chewing
Dog-Gone® Indoor is an aid for training dogs not to chew on areas of application. It is a clear, non-staining, water-soluble formula that can be sprayed on furniture, rugs, shoes, wood, silk plants, etc. It can also be sprayed directly on your dog’s hair coat to help prevent hot spots due to excessive chewing. Before spraying on hair coat be sure to use First Reach Ointment® on hot spots to prevent burning. Avoid spraying near eyes.The simplest way to make the inappropriate object less appealing is to spray it with something that tastes bad. There are products made for that – there’s a bitter apple spray and a bitter lemon that I know of – but many dogs are not sufficiently put off by those. Some people try tabasco sauce, but some dogs actually like that. The thing that works best is to buy unscented spray deodorant. It must be unscented spray; scented won’t work. Just spray it on whatever the dog is chewing. Respray as needed. If the object is outside, respray after a rain or heavy dew. Dog-Gone® Outdoor, a stronger weather resistant formula for outdoor use to prevent dogs from chewing on items in the yard. Spray it on sprinkler heads, ornamental plants, water hoses, trash cans, dog houses, wood decks and other outside areas that your dog or stray dogs like to chew on. Dog-Gone® Outdoor is non-toxic and water soluble.Like with most spray-on applications, it's important to re-apply the bitter spray every 1 to 2 weeks to keep your training consistent until you eliminate the problem. Continue to verbalize your commands as well (e.g., telling your pet "no," or shooing it away from the items it chews) to reinforce your pet's understanding of what it shouldn't do. Patience pays when training puppies and adult dogs--the results of consistent, proper training will benefit you and your pet alike.