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NaturVet Coprophagia Deterrent Dog Soft Chews

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NaturVet Coprophagia Deterrent Dog Soft Chews, 130-count

NaturVet Naturals Coprophagia Soft Chews are recommended to help deter dogs from consuming their own stool or other dogs’ stools if they are fed NaturVet Naturals Coprophagia Soft Chews. Also recommended to help support the reduction of unpleasant pet odor.

Key Benefits

  • Suitable for dogs over 12 weeks of age
  • Helps deter dogs from consuming their own stool
  • Freshens breath
  • Great training aid
  • Time release chewable tabs
  • Natural products, Naturally healthy pets
  • Made in the USA!

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Item Number 63790
Supplement Form
  • Chews
  • Treats
Country of Origin
  • United States

Active Ingredients per Two (2) Soft Chews:


Yucca Schidigera 400 mg
Parsley Leaf 200 mg
Chamomile 50 mg
Prebiotics (Fructoligoosaccharide FOS) 2 mg
Alpha Amylase (Aspergillus oryzae var.) 150 SKBU
Lipase (Aspergillus niger var.) 15 LU
Cellulase (Trichoderma longibrachiatum) 5 CMCU
Protease (Papain) 1500 PU
Probiotics (Bacillus coagulans)
6.5 Million CFU of Bacillus at time of manufacture)
6.5 Million CFU

Inactive Ingredients: Brewer’s Dried Yeast, Cod Liver Oil, Flaxseed Meal, Glutamic Acid, Glycerin, Lecithin, Natural Flavoring, Oats, Rice Flour, Sorbic Acid, Vegetable Oil and Wheat Germ.


Weight Amount
Up to 40 lbs. 1 soft chew
41 to 80 lbs. 2 soft chews
81 lbs. and over 4 soft chews

Note: Amounts can be divided between AM and PM.  For use in dogs over the age of 12 weeks.

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NaturVet Coprophagia Deterrent Dog Soft Chews Customer Reviews

NaturVet Coprophagia Deterrent Dog Soft Chews 3.5 5 11 11
This Product Failed This didn't work; not much more to say. However, since there is a minimum word limit, I must add a few more words. All done! February 7, 2013
My dogs love them. Not only has this helped one of my dogs, but all 5. They all love the taste, which is great. December 16, 2014
Coprophagia really works! I have been trying to figure out how to get my rescue Westie (she was a puppy mill breeder) to quit eating feces, hers and my other dogs. I was really skeptical at first, but after a week, I noticed a change, and now, six weeks later, no more eating the bad stuff! Great product, just have to give it a chance to work. December 5, 2014
this one works! We adopted a rescue dog who came with this awful habit. Because we had two other dogs, the issue as a triple issue. After trying several products, this one really worked. June 4, 2014
Even better than Distaste Our Bernese Mtn Dog has always been a stool eater. She had decent results with Distaste chews but when we tried these, the success has been even more noticeable. I think each dog reacts differently but we have had almost 100% success using these! Highly recommend trying them. Remember, all of your animals need to have them to make the stool repellant. Not just your stool-eating pup. June 19, 2013
It's working I've gone from not finding any stool in the yard to finding some. I increased the amount for a few days as she was still going after my other dogs stool Gone through 1 bag so far an I believe it's working. June 14, 2014
Doesn't seem to make a difference. This is not a huge problem for my dog but I have not seen any change since giving her these treats. It only happens occasionally and the frequency is the same. Sorry. December 29, 2012
It's KIND of working.... After recently adopting a rescue dog, we were told of her bad habit of poo-eating. She's a 5-yr old beagle, our other dog is a 7-yr old beagle. I tried a variety of things so far to help deal with the bad habit, none really seem to work. I've started using NaturVet Coprophagia Soft Chew on both dogs about a week to two weeks ago. Yesterday, she pooped in our house (it was my fault, I wasn't watching her and I'd gone to shower). The bad part was, well, she pooped in our house. The good part? She didn't eat it. Prior, when we first got her, she'd sneak a poo in the house, and eat it up. So, I was pleased that she had not eaten it. After cleaning up the yard, I noticed more poo from her. The bad part, I noticed LESS poo from my other dog. I'm assuming, in a gross way, that she's eating his poo now. I'm not 100% sure, but I'm guessing so. I've also started giving them pineapple, which I read also helps with this bad habit. They love the treats, and eat without any issue. I'm unsure if this is truly working just yet, it's worked in the way that she won't eat her own, however I'm still unsure about my other dog. I think this and adding pineapple just may be the double-whammy needed to stop this horrid habit. Our other dog had this when he was a puppy, but we gave him For-Bid and that worked. It's kind of pricey, so we're giving this a try. The jury is still sort of out, but I know with diligence this issue can and will be resolved. January 22, 2015
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