Bitter Apple Spray For Dogs - OmegaPet

Grannick's Bitter Apple Taste Deterrent for Dogs, 16 oz Pump Spray, Multicolor
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OmegaPet Bitter Apple Spray for Dogs and Cats is a potent chew deterrent for pets that quickly discourages chewing and biting. Our natural ingredients make this spray safe for your home and your pets. This product contains no odor or toxins and can be liberally applied to any surface without harmful effects. Click Add to Cart to order your Bitter Apple Spray today while supplies last. Backed by OmegaPet Happiness Guarantee.
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Bitter Apple has been a popular dog-training device and chew deterrent since 1960. It normally comes in a spray form, and while the smell can't be detected by humans, both the taste and the smell are harsh to dogs. It is non-toxic and won't stain carpet or fabric so it is frequently used as an anti-chew device. By spraying Bitter Apple on items in your home such as shoes or furniture, your dog is discouraged from chewing on them. While Bitter Apple is effective for most dogs, it does not work for all. Product - Grannick's Bitter Apple Taste Deterrent for Dogs, 8 oz Dabber Bottle
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The base for most bitter apple sprays is apple cider vinegar. This vinegar has a tart taste that most dogs stay away from, making it a perfect repellent.Mixing three-parts cold water with one-part white vinegar in a spray bottle creates an effective solution that can help take puppy stains out of carpeting as well as discourage chewing and urinating. White vinegar is a natural disinfectant and a natural deodorizer as well. The vinegar scent will disappear within a few minutes after use and take other odors along with it. Dogs have sensitive noses, however, and they can still detect it and will generally stay away from it because it bothers their noses. The water and vinegar solution is completely non-toxic and 100 percent safe around kids and pets. Some people prefer this method because there is no alcohol in it. It is used the same way as Bitter Apple or Listerine. Just spray the mixture on items that are not supposed to be chewed and see if it is effective for your dog.The base for most bitter apple sprays is apple cider vinegar. This vinegar has a tart taste that most dogs stay away from, making it a perfect repellent. In a spray bottle, combine 2 cups of apple cider vinegar with 1 cup of regular white vinegar. Shake well and you'll have an effective bitter apple spray alternative. Spray it on furniture legs or other items your dog may have a habit of chewing on (e.g., shoes, children's toys) to immediately shoo your pet away.I've been using bitter apple spray for my dogs for years, some work better than others, so what's up with Grannick S Bitter Apple? How I make money online to buy all of my dog's food and supplies Check out the video to find out how you can make money writing or talking about anything you like just like me!Atticus, my half cat/half dog, has been chewing on a few electrical cords around the house. I am only finding bitter apple spray for dogs…can it be used for cats, too?The word "deterrent" may cause you to assume that a brand like Grannick's Bitter Apple would deter your pooch from peeing in certain areas. While this powerful taste deterrent made of water, isopropanol, bitter flavors and extracts will make your dog's tongue want to roll up and hide, it will work only for chewing and licking problems. If your dog has an elimination problem, you may perhaps be looking for a different category of dog attractant and deterrent sprays.