What is Bitter Orange?
- Bitter Orange is a cream for dogs that is extremely bitter in taste to help curb your dog’s bad habits and keep unwanted chewing, licking, and biting at bay.
Why do dogs use Bitter Orange?
- It can be used on bandages and wraps to prevent them from being damaged or removed, as well as around surgical sites to keep your dog from pulling the stitches out.
- Ideal for skin irritations such as hot spots and lick granulomas, behavior modification, and self mutilation problems.
What else should I know about Bitter Orange?
- Works as a behavior modifier.
- Not recommended for use in cats.
- Keep out of reach of children.
What problems could my dog have with Bitter Orange?
- Avoid contact with broken skin, eyes or mucous membranes. If contact with eyes occurs, flush with water immediately.
- For external veterinary use only
How do you use Bitter Orange?
- Apply to bandages, casts, or hair three times daily or as otherwise directed by your veterinarian.
- Shake Well before using.
- Store at room temperature.
What is in Bitter Orange?
- Water, Isopropyl Alcohol (22% by volume), Oleoresin Capsicum, Sucrose Octa Acetate, Propylene Glycol , Polysorbate 60.
Will I get what I see in the picture?
- Bitter Orange is a brand name. You will receive the exact brand that you request.
Comments about Bitter Orange
I know this is marketed for bandages but I applied it to wooden furniture legs and trim work to protect them from my lively lab puppy. The product doesn't harm wood but does leave a hazy film - a trade off I'm willing to accept until he gets out of the puppy teething stage
Can Bitter Orange be applied to the fur of a 4 week old kitten whose litter mate keeps sucking and nibbling incessantly on her neck??
- Asked by Janet