Fur Goodness Sake Dog & Cat Anti-Chew Bitter Spray, 8-oz bottleBy Fur Goodness Sake
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About This Item
- The bitter apple taste helps discourage your pet from biting or chewing
- Crafted with natural ingredients like tea tree oil to help soothe hot spots—simply spray on the affected area.
- Safe and suitable for multiple types of pets including dogs, cats and even rabbits.
- Can be used to help keep your pet from chewing on your belongings—spray it on fabrics, furniture, shoes, clothes and more!
- Made in the USA.
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Results will vary, Leaky bottle, don't breathe while using
We got this when our puppy was teething and were relieved at how effective it was. However we had to reapply it every other day or she'd be right back to chewing wood furniture. Some items, it didn't matter if we sprayed it, she was going to chew it regardless. Additionally, the tea tree in it is aggressive. I'd be talking to my husband hours later after spraying it and get a mouthful somehow, and it is not pleasant for us humans either. We drove down to my parents and I packed it upright in a ziplock and it still somehow leaked everywhere. It would leak out the top when being sprayed. I don't know if that's just the nature of the products formulation and it would leak out of any packaging or if this packaging is just bad. We recently bought a sour spray as an alternative to try, and so far it's been just as effective and not leaky.
You have a choice when your dog is teething, use Bitter Boost is a must to keep your critter from chewing wood, or have kindling for your fireplace.
Ptooey, use gloves!
It’s definitely a nasty flavor, Warlock didn’t seem to mind it, I did read multiple uses is recommended. I will not buy again to find out. I did not wear gloves when using, and that flavor has made finger foods much less desirable.
spray function doesn’t work
The only problem that I have with it is that the spray didn’t spray, it just foamed on the lid. It has kept my cat away from the tree though!
Zero Effect for our dog
We put this on some carpeting and wood that our dog had been chewing. It had zero effect. MAYBE she hesitated for 1 second thinking "hmm, what's that smell?", but then continued to dive in with just as much vigor as ever. Maybe it works for some dogs, but for our Miniature Australian Shepherd, it did absolutely nothing. In the past we had the same results when using a citrus spray for cats to stop them chewing/scratching carpet. They were completely unfazed. These things just don't seem to work. I'm done with sprays. Will just have to change the environment or train the behavior out.
Wow works very good
Put on a dab on cat nail caps, she kept pulling them off. She won't even touch them now. My husband accidentally touched the tip of bottle n didn't wash his hands n ate some fruit, it was nasty . Very bitter
Didn't work-at all. The dogs are still chewing up puppy pads and other stuff.
I purchased this bitter spray to keep my dog from biting at his dry skin on his rump because he had been balding and irritating his skin worse and not leaving the treatment sit long enough to help heal. This has successfully fixed the issue as a his booty is all better after just a few weeks! I do recommend avoiding sweet doggy kisses for a bit after application as this stuff is potent and if it gets on your face or near your mouth, you're gonna know it! Speaking of which, if you have a kid that is a constant nail biter, this could be the answer to your prayers hehehe !
My dog has been licking a spot on her leg. This product has not deterred her from licking at all!
Waste of money
I thought this was to deter from chewing. My dog LOVES the taste of it, he licks it off of anything I spray it on. I definitely don’t recommend this.