For-bid Anticoprophagic, 8 g

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For-bid Anticoprophagic, 8 g

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For-bid is a highly palatable protein which helps prevent the consumption of feces.* The Anticopraphagic Condiment for Dog Rations. Read More

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Highly palatable protein which, when mixed with feed, helps prevent the consumption of feces. Simply sprinkle on feed. Once consumed, this will create a forbidden and unpalatable taste to the feces. 8 gram packet.

This product works to make the feces unpalatable. It will work to stop an animal from eating its own feces. It will stop most animals from eating the feces of the animal that ingests this product.

Directions for dosing For-bid:


  • 3-20 lb - 1/4 packet twice a day
  • 21-100 lb - 1/2 packet twice a day
Many vets suggest to use for 4-5 days.


  • 1/4 packet once a day for 4-5 days


  • 1.5 packets for 2 days appears to curb this habit

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  • Brand: Forbid
  • Form: Powder
  • Condition: Coprophagia
  • Size: 0.28 oz

Reviews (4)

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  1. 1.0 out of 5 stars


    I am extremely disappointed in this product. I purchased 14 packets and have used 7 per recommended dosage and have not seen any change at all. My Boston Terrier still gives me a battle each time I walk her. Very unhappy.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Great product"

    I foster former racing greyhounds so they can learn about the world outside of racetracks and get ready for their "forever" home. A huge percentage of them eat their waste - a habit picked up at the tracks. I've found using this for a week (don't forget to treat ALL dogs who are living together at the same time) usually breaks this nasty habit.

  3. 4.0 out of 5 stars

    "I recommend this product"

    Worked really well with my pup when he started, but when the treatment stopped 3 days later he started eating again but we solved it with behavioral training. The key to this product is to make sure the issue is not caused by lack of proper nutrition through a poor diet. If your food is good and has no fillers/by-products.

  4. 2.0 out of 5 stars


    Gave the recommend dosage for my dogs for the proper number of days and it didn't change a thing. So, now I'm gonna try STOP, hope that works.

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