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Coprophagia for Dogs

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Has your dog picked up the unfortunate habit of eating their own stool? Coprophagia for dogs are tasty soft chews aimed at discouraging this behaviour in your furry friend. Made using natural ingredients including Yucca, Parsley and Chamomile, it helps to alter the taste and smell of your dog's stool to deter eating, whilst also freshening breath to tackle this not-so-nice canine habit.

  • Discourages stool eating
  • Helps freshen breath
  • Made with natural ingredients
  • With Yucca, Parsley & Chamomile
  • Easy to take soft chews
  • Chicken & bacon flavour
  • Gluten-free
  • GMP
  • Cruelty-Free

What is coprophagia in dogs?

Sometimes our dogs do weird and unpleasant things, with coprophagia being one of the worst. Also known as stool eating, this unsavoury behaviour is when a dog eats their own or another animals stool. Whilst for humans this is not something we’d think about, coprophagy is actually quite common in dogs and can happen for a number of reasons. One of the main causes is natural instincts; dogs have a curiosity about the world and one way they explore new things is to, unfortunately, put them in their mouths. Coprophagia can also occur due to stress and digestive issues, meaning if they’ve picked up the habit, it’s always important to find out where it stems from.

How to manage coprophagia

If you’re wondering how to stop your dog from eating poop, there are thankfully some options. Firstly, you can try addressing the issue that has caused it, be that curiosity, bad behaviour or a medical issue. After that, you can try managing their environment so they can avoid this behaviour through keeping your garden stool-free and cleaning up after them. Another option to try is to train them to change the behaviour, with treats and coprophagia-aimed products being extremely useful.

Key Ingredients

Yucca Schidigera

Yucca Schidigera
Native to hot parts of the Americas and the Caribbean, Yucca is widely used for pets to help with certain smells. This is because the plant is said to help reduce the odour of their stool, with a study suggesting Yucca can also help reduce malodorous flatulence in dogs.

Parsley Leaf

Parsley Leaf
This vibrant herb is often overlooked as just a garnish, but it can actually be great for your dog. Parsley acts as a breath freshener, perfect when looking to avoid coprophagia. In addition, it is also rich in vitamins, minerals, protein and fibre that’s considered ideal for digestion.

Chamomile

Chamomile
This daisy-like flower is well known for its soothing properties in humans, but it is also amazing for your dog! Thanks to its soothing properties, Chamomile can help to calm your dog's stomach. Poor digestion is one of the causes of coprophagia, so it’s key to keep it working healthily.

Directions

Do you struggle getting your dog to actually eat a supplement, finding they eat around it or spit it out? We understand the frustration here at Animigo, which is why our Coprophagia for Dogs supplement comes in tasty soft chew form. Being soft and perfectly shaped, they’re easy on the mouth and so delicious, they’re like a treat for your furry friend and something they can enjoy.

Small Dogs
(up to 18kg)
1 Soft Chew Daily
Medium Dogs
(19kg-36kg)
2 Soft Chews Daily
Large Dogs
(36kg+)
4 Soft Chews Daily

Ingredients

Brewer’s Yeast, Glycerine, Potato Flake, Full Fat Linseed, Yucca Schidigera (9.7%), Rapeseed Oil, Parsley Leaf, Chamomile, Maltodextrin, Tapioca.

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  • Seems to work. 2 dogs, 1 with bad habit.

    RB Rose B

  • So far so good my dog has 2 daily have only been using it for a week and it's looking promisingly only 1 slip up but much better than previously Quite impressed so far

    YG Yvonne G

  • my dog has eaten less poo since he started taking this, so it must be working

    E Enta

  • This is really good

    B Ben

  • I can't believe these actually worked!

    M Maha

  • I really want to deal with this as fast as possible, so I am trying this and hoping for the best!

    M Mary

  • It's not until I started looking for ways to stop my dog eating poo that I realised it was an actual thing and came across this. I am very glad I did though as since I started using it, he is a lot better!!!

    J Jack

  • What a difference! This was a really frustrating habit with my collie but the softgels seem to be working!

    S Stephen

  • Our dog would just spit out the pills we would give to her but she loves these softgels

    C Carol

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