Coprophagia, according to current clinical opinion was attributed mainly to an altered behavior of the animal and not to specific nutritional deficiencies (minerals, etc.) as previously believed. The therapeutic approach must, therefore, seek to change the behavioral attitude of the subject, disqualifying gradually ingestion of faeces.
The substances contained in Forbid make faeces fact totally unpleasant even to a partial covering.
During treatments pesticides prevents reinfestation preventing the resumption of parasite eggs by fecal material.
Composition: c ereali and derivatives, calcium salts of organic acids (glutamate football) Additives per kg Vitamins and provitamins Vitamin E / alpha-tocopheryl acetate 1,500 mg racemic
Mix in the food Forbid the following daily doses: Animal Teaspoon Cats and small dogs 1/2; Medium Dogs 1; Big Dogs 2.
If the infected animal coprophagy shares the same environment with other dogs or cats, extend treatment FORBID to these subjects, so as to prevent the intake of other people did.