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The most commonly recommended product for Coprophagia treatment is . It helps deter a dog from eating its own feces. Simply put one tablet in your dog’s food at the prescribed interval on the Naturvet packaging. It’s made in the USA. It also supports the reduction of unpleasant odor with a breath freshener.
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Despite the revulsion we bipeds experience at the thought of feces eating, coprophagy is not uncommon in dogs. The good news is that for most dogs it is a modifiable behavior. As with all canine behavior problems, implementing a careful and well crafted treatment plan will likely lead to diminishing or even ending this behavior. Consistency and a long-term approach applied with patience and planning will win the day. While there are different dog coprophagia treatments for dogs, generally a whole program including a variety of different strategies and approaches works best.
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Deter™ Coprophagia Treatment is a safe and effective chewable tablet used to stop dogs from consuming their own feces. Consumption of feces (coprophagia) is a common, but disturbing, habit that can be treated. The cause of this behavior is unknown, but Deter™ Coprophagia Treatment is formulated to put an end to it.If you do a bit of reading on the internet, you will find that there is really very little scientific knowledge on coprophagia. Sometimes there appear to be health reasons for the behavior. These situations are relatively rare, and to be sure, there are many perfectly healthy dogs that eat poop. However, it is always a good idea to get your dog checked out prior to starting any treatment for coprophagia. Since coprophagia is, for the most part, a behavioral condition, it can often be treated by simply training the dog not to eat feces. A good way to train a dog to stop eating feces is to regularly clean the place where the dog defecates to prevent the dog from being able eat the stools it leaves there, and to watch the dog closely when it is outside, stopping it from eating stools on the ground with a jerk on the leash or other harsh reprimand. Soon the dog will learn that you do not want it to eat feces, and it will break the habit, at which point the dog's treatment for coprophagia is complete.An important thing to remember for all dog owners who have a poop eating puppy, is to ensure that all and worming treatments are up to date. The reason for this is that various diseases and internal parasites can be passed from dog to dog through coprophagia.
The techniques below have proven to be an effective way to stop dogs eating dog poop. You should try one method or combine a few until you break your dog's habit. Remember that unecessary - for this or any other dog behavior problem.So what can you do to help prevent coprophagia? The ONLY way to get a 100% sucess rate in treatment of this issue is to pick it up as soon as it hits the ground. Also, direct supervision is a must because some dogs will eat it as it is coming out! There are several things that can be attempted if, for some reason, supervision and immediate pick up are not practical.: This is perhaps the most common treatment for coprophagia. Owners are advised to put something like hot sauce on or in their dogs' faeces. The theory is that the dog will consume the treated faeces and will have an aversive response to it (due to bad taste) and will eventually cease the behaviour. For this behaviour to be effective, it must be used 100% of the time. Every faeces must have hot sauce or other noxious tasting element on it or else the dog will not associate the bad taste with eating the faeces. It is the opinion of the authors that the owner should simply pick up the faeces instead. Lack of access to feces is the most effective treatment option (described below). Some dogs will stop engaging in coprophaga if the cycle is broken by picking up faeces, so that treatment is much easier, much simpler, and more effective means of controlling coprophagia.