Rated 4 out of 5 by DeaconDonna Better Than it Was
Stella is a rescue doggie. Her first 5 years were spent in very bad conditions. We assume she ate her feces during that time. Potty Mouth has definitely slowed her down. Without using it, she could evacuate her bowels, turn and eat it even if I was within 5 feet of her. Now, it's rare that she does eat her feces. Looking at the ingredients, it appears to be minerals she may not have enough of in her diet. Whatever the reason, Potty Mouth has helped. And, yes, rescue dogs tend to have this habit more than non-rescue dogs.
September 12, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kathy Great Product - works when nothing else does!!!
Over all I think this is the best product I've used. It is the fifth thing I've tried for my little Brussels Griffon who is 5 months old. As long as I give it to her, it works. I'm afraid to quit too soon. The vet had told me that For-Bid would work when nothing else would. For-Bid did NOT do a thing! I've given my puppy 7 of the Potty Mouth tablets so far and so far it is working. I'm going to keep giving these to her for another week or two before I quit. I would highly recommend this product because it works when NOTHING else does!!!
August 5, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by RescuedByRicky Works? Maybe
Our rescue cockapoo used to eat poo regularly. I've read that's normal for shelter/rescue dogs. RiNow he only does it about once every few weeks.
May 17, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by rlb313 Pretty Good
My Pom loves to eat her stool (the website won't let me say p**p)! It's really frustrating and gross, so I thought I would try this product. I gave her one tablet with her breakfast for about a week and didn't notice much of a difference, so I went up to two tablets. She still ate it, but not all of the time,but I still didn't think it really made a difference. So I stopped giving her the tablets and it became obvious that these things were doing something. She was eating her p**p after ever potty break. So I switched back to two tablets and things are better. Not perfect, but better. So, if you have this problem with you dog, I would recommend trying it. The price on here is great (saw it at a local pet store for $20!) so even if it doesn't work, so aren't losing much. I think this product won't get rid of the problem but will help some!
October 18, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by crazyanimallady Did not work
My young dog was consuming the other dog's feces so we started everyone on these. They seemed to all enjoy them, but it did not deter the young dog and another dog started to also consume feces while on this. We continued for the full 2 weeks (which I believe was 5 boxes of product) and saw no difference. After stopping the product the dog that had started coprophagia while on the product quit, so it definitely had the opposite effect on him as intended.
April 2, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by NewJen Didn't help at all!
I gave this to my 2 dogs as instructed - started with the starter dose, and increased to double the dose after 2 weeks. After 6 weeks, 4 at the double dose, my poop-eater continues with her bad habit. She deposits; and then turns around and consumes it. She searches for the other dog's poop as well, but it has been removed already. Very disappointed!
April 27, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Katie41 instructions were very clear on its use
Our Dog is a "Westie" and came from the out of state Kennel with Geardia. She continued to eat her fesses after she arrived. After attempts to catch her I decided to try the product Potty Mouth. So far she has slowly started to attempt to eat but changes her mind. In my opinion I believe it is working!! She is 16 weeks old and not quite 10 lbs. but I give her one pill every pm with food and it seems to set well with her.
April 16, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by LisainVA What a waste of money
I ordered this product because we inherited a third dog and we discovered she eats her own poop. I thought I'd give this product a try and ordered 120 tabs. It wasn't until I received it that I discovered you give 1 tablet for every 10 Lbs. of body weight. She is a 90 pound dog. 9 tablets a day is ridiculous. I never would have ordered the product if I knew I wasn't even purchasing 2 weeks worth. Plus, she doesn't like the flavor so it's almost impossible to get her to take them...even in wet dog food.
March 6, 2016