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To break your pet of undesirable habits (such as sleeping on furniture, rugs and other forbidden areas in your home): Spray the articles of furniture, rugs, etc., lightly with this product so that the area or object is slightly moistened. Before spraying extensive areas of rugs, fabrics or plastics, test the effect of this product by first treating a small inconspicuous area. This product may stain or soften some fabrics or plastics. An alternate method to avoid possible damage is to spray a piece of cloth lightly and place it on the object or area in your home to be protected. Repeat daily, or as necessary, until undesirable habit is broken.Outdoors: To prevent your pet, or stray animals, from soiling flower beds, areas of lawn, trees, shrubbery or evergreens: Spray the edges of flower beds, trunks of trees, the bases of shrubbery or evergreen, patches of lawn, etc., lightly everyday with this product. Stray animals are frequently attracted to areas where urine or feces have been deposited. First clear any droppings, then spray the area with this masking odor. Re-apply as often as necessary until undesirable habits of your pet or stray animals are changed.Note: This product is not likely to break the established urination patterns of dogs unless it is used as a training aid.Garbage and Garbage Cans: Treat bags of garbage and garbage cans on all surfaces until wet. Allow to dry before handling. Re-apply as necessary.
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Rating: 5

Keeping fleas and ticks away

posted 6 years ago

we always used what our vet sold us, we never had any luck with over the counter collars, soaps or sprays. we bought 6 month supplies twice a year from our vet and never ever had any fleas or ticks,none on rover and none in the house. a flealess tickless dog is happier and less likely to get several diseases.

Pros: kills existing fleas and ticks and new hosts

Cons: none

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Rating: 1

Not for breaking established habits

posted 7 years ago

I have a cat who has 'litterbox issues', and has designated my bed as her second litterbox when she is angry. I was hoping this would be a strong repellent, but it is not (and does say this in the very fine print on the can). It may work if you have a new pet that you are trying to teach to stay away from certain areas, in conjunction with consistent training, but doesn't seem to do much for established habits. Doesn't seem to have much of an odor, so you can use it liberally on a safe surface.

Pros: Probably ok for training before a habit sets in

Cons: Doesn't repel once habit is set

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