*easy and convenient to administer
*can be given to both cats and dogs
How do you give For-Bid to your pet?:
* Administer "For-Bid"™ by sprinkling on the animal’s food as per instructions on the packet. If using dry food, it is recommended to moisten food with water before adding "For-Bid".
* For large dogs, 20-100 lbs, sprinkle the contents of ½ packet on the dog food two times per day (morning and night), for 5-6 days. This will usually curb coprophagia for months, often permanently.
* For small dogs or puppies, 3-20 lbs, administer ¼ packet two times per day (morning and night), for 5 days.
* Cats should be fed ¼ packet, one time per day, for 4-5 days
When a dog is eating other dog’s stool, or those from a cat’s litter box, we recommend treating both animals with "For-Bid"™ to curb this habit.
*If coprophagia recurs after the initial dosage; give 1 gram per day for 2-3 weeks as necessary.
How does For-Bid work?:
Once For-Bid is sprinkled on your pet's food and is eaten, this food then goes through the gastrointestinal tract, and the breakdown product of "For-Bid"™ ends up in the feces. The animal is then sensitized to their feces. When the animal next attempts to eat this feces, the villa of the tongue react, and the animal discards it.
You should see a response after the first or second day.
*Be sure the animals are not on steroids, as this will counter the effect of "For-Bid"™
For-Bid is manufactured by Alpar Laboratories, inc. The information provided on this website is for educational purposes only and is intended to be a supplement to, and not a substitute for,
the expertise and professional judgment of your veterinarian. We reference Alphar Laboratories Inc. as the source for our
information, you may research this product further at the Alphar Laboratories webpage: www.for-bid.com
You should always consult your own veterinarian for specific advice concerning the diagnosis, and treatment
of your pet. As stated the information provided is for educational purposes to aid you in purchasing your pet's
medication, it is not a substitute for a veterinary exam, nor does this information suggest that this medication
will be tolerated by your pet or that your pet will not experience side effects.
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