To stop a dog from eating feces, consider using a product called For-Bid, which is sprinkled on the animal's food, or try making the cat's litter box out of reach from the dog and pick up after a pet has defecated outside. Prevent a dog from eating feces, whether outside or from the litter box, with health information from a veterinarian in this free video on pet care.
Hi. I'm doctor Aimee Beger and today we're going to have a brief discussion on what to do when your dog is eating his own feces or getting in to the kitty cat's litter pan at home. There are some good products out on the market. We do use at our clinic, we use a product called For-Bid. And all it is is wheat gluten and msg and you sprinkle it on your dog's food or your cat's food and that does deter your pet from eating feces if that was something that your pet had eaten. Ways to prevent your dog from getting in to the litter pan depending on what size dog you have. If you have a larger size dog that can't not get in to the litter pan, if you have a covered litter pan with a little entry way, that would be a good way to prevent a larger dog from getting in to the litter pan. If you have a smaller dog, such as Neeska, then you may need to actually put up a baby gate and allow your cat to jump over the gate and therefore, have access to the litter pan. The other thing you can do is just pick up after your dog after walks and potty breaks outside.