Vets Best Bitter Cherry Dog Spray

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Vets Best Bitter Cherry Dog Spray


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Product Summary:

Vets Best Bitter Cherry Dog Spray
Vets Best Bitter Cherry Spray is gentle on the skin, but bitter to taste.  Non-stinging and alcohol-free, this deterrent uses Lemon and Grape Seed extracts to discourage chewing and licking at the skin, stitches or bandages.  Clear and non-staining, so you can apply without worry of damaging bedding, furniture or carpets.  Even though it tastes sour, it smells pleasant.       
  • Bitter taste for dogs
  • No-sting, alcohol-free formula
  • All natural
  • Discourages licking and chewing
  • Clear and non-staining
  • Pleasant smelling

Item Specifications:


Proprietary Bittering Agents in a Deionized Water Base, Grapeseed Extract, Lemon Extract and Natural Bitter Cherry Flavor

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Item Number Model Number UPC
402408 3165810090 031658100903

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I have a paw chewer.
Eleanor O on Jan 13, 2018
I have a paw chewer.
Eleanor O on Jan 13, 2018
Bitter spray for stitches?
A shopper on Feb 9, 2019
BEST ANSWER: This deterrent uses Lemon and Grape Seed extracts to discourage chewing and licking at the skin, stitches or bandages.
I bought Bitter Cherry Spray yesterday. I was told I could use it on furniture to discourage chewing on it. When I got home, I noticed it is suggested for preventing chewing and licking that a pet might do on him/herself.

Can it be used on furniture?
Carol H on Jul 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It can be used on furniture.