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    NaturVet - Bitter Yuck! No Chew Spray For Dogs & Cats - 8 oz.

    • Code#:107745
    • Manufacturer:NaturVet
    • Size/Form:8  oz.
    • Packaged Ship Weight:0.65

    NaturVet Bitter Yuck! No Chew Spray For Dogs & Cats 8 fl. oz. (240 ml)

    NaturVet Bitter Yuck! No Chew Spray For Dogs & Cats is an alcohol-free, clear, non-sticky, and easy to apply spray will stop animals from chewing and gnawing on any number of problem areas. Bitter Yuck is inexpensive and non-staining and can be used on any washable surface, indoors and outdoors. Bitter YUCK! is water based, unlike other alcohol based products that can cause stinging, so it can be applied to wounds or bandages. Bitter Yuck! May be sprayed over topical medication and is safe for use on plants.

    Stops Animals From Chewing On:

    • Hot Spots
    • Summer Itch
    • Sores
    • Wounds
    • Bandages
    • Furniture
    • Drapes
    • Wood
    • Paws
    • Tails 

    To most pets, Bitter YUCK! has an unappealing taste, making chewing on the particular sprayed object unpleasant and decreasing the unwanted behavior. Due to the complexities of taste preferences and behavior issues, results may vary. It is important to monitor your pet’s reaction to Bitter YUCK!. Be sure your pet is deterred by the taste before leaving them alone with the object being sprayed. Avoid getting product on hands. Bitter YUCK! tastes bad to people too. Should you get Bitter YUCK! on your hands, rinse hands with hydrogen peroxide which will help reduce its bittering effects.

    Pets chew for various reasons: teething, exploration, separation anxiety, boredom and stress. Chewing is a natural animal behavior, so the goal is to effectively train your pet to chew on appropriate objects. Be sure your pet has appropriate chewing toys.

    There is no job too big for Bitter YUCK! 

    NaturVet's Mission
    To produce products that help animals, while inspiring health conscious individuals to take responsibility for their pets’ health and well being. They aspire to follow and provide the latest natural and scientific research in a practical, clear, easy to understand format that motivates NaturVet customers to make safe and healthy choices for their pets.

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    Spray Bitter Yuck! evenly on hot spots, summer itch, etc. Use consistently until undesirable habits are curtailed. Do not spray around eyes or nose.

    This product is designed to be non-staining, however, before using this product, test on a small inconspicuous area of the surface.


    Active Ingredients: Rosemary (0.5%), and Bittering Agent (0.075%)

    Inert Ingredients: Water and Sodium Bicarbonate.

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