CoproBan deters dogs and cats from the bad habit of stool eating by making animal feces taste unpleasant. Daily dosing with the flavored soft chew is quick, easy – and effective.
Corprophagia – the habit of eating stools – is disgusting but common in pets. There are different theories about why it happens: lack of proper nutrition, underlying diseases, stress, and even boredom. Whatever the reason, you want it to stop and CoproBan can help. This coprophagia deterrent is a fast and effective way to get pets – especially dogs – to stop eating feces. Just give your pet the required daily dosage and the active ingredient in CoproBan, MSG, will make the animal’s feces taste unpleasant, thus discouraging consumption. You can give CoproBan to a pet that eats its own feces. You can also dose a cat with CoproBan if your dog raids your cat’s litter box. The individually packed CorproBan soft chews are roast beef flavor so pets like them and dosing is snap. Have a question about CoproBan? Just click on the “Ask A Question” tab above.
What you should know about CoproBan:
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CoproBan package insert does not take the place of instructions from your pet's veterinarian. Talk to your pet’s veterinarian or pharmacist if you do not understand the information provided in this document or if you have any questions about CoproBan soft chew coprophagia detterent.
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Q:Has any dog or puppy had side affects from this product? Is it safe?
A:Coproban is a soft chew that is given to dogs and cats to discourage the ingestion of feces. It is designed to make feces taste unpleasant, therefore keeping your pet from wanting to ingest them. According to the manufacturer there have been no reported adverse effects in dogs using Coproban. Before using this product, we recommend that you consult with your veterinarian and follow their specific guidelines for use.
Q:What size dosage of Coproban do I need for an 8lb dog per day
Q:I have a 134 lb. Great Dane male who just started to eat his stools. How much of your item would he need to have?
A:According to the manufacturer, CoproBan should be fed with each meal, and administered at the following dosage:
Q:I have a Shih Tzu who eats his own feces, plus his play mate's, also a Shih Tzu. Plus I have chickens and he eats their droppings also. How do I stop this and get him to eat his DOG FOOD. He is a VERY picky eater, most likely due to eating so much feces!
A:We carry a few products to assist with the elimination of coprophagia (stool eating), including the Pala-tech Canine Cease Coprophagia, CoproBan, and For-bid. We do recommend, however, contacting your dog's veterinarian, as this behavior can sometimes be indicative of a more serious issue. Your pet's veterinarian will then be able to recommend the best course of treatment, if treatment is necessary.
Q:the directions for the above item says over 40 lbs and under 40 lbs. Is this safe for a 4 month puppy at 6 lbs? If so, how much do I give her?
Q:how do I order this item and then send you a gift card to pay for it? I want 6 boxes of it