[New Product] Fooey Ultra-Bitter Training Aid Spray

Fooey Ultra-Bitter Training Aid Spray

It’s not easy to train pets not to lick and chew things they find interesting. Their senses of smell and taste help them explore their surroundings. This natural curiosity can be dangerous or destructive when pets become interested in the wrong things. Anyone who has come home to pillow stuffing scattered all over the living room can attest to that! If your pet takes an interest in an electrical wire or a poisonous plant, however, this curiosity could be deadly. That’s why you need a quick, safe solution to deter your pet from licking or chewing on things that are harmful. You can spray away destructive licking and chewing safely and easily with Fooey Ultra-Bitter Training Aid Spray.

Is your home pet-proof?

There’s no telling what a cat or dog will decide to chew on. This is especially true for kittens and puppies. Because pets are just naturally discovering the world using their keen senses of smell and taste, it is up to pet parents to help guide them along this path of learning as safely as possible. Of course, you can’t watch them every minute but there are steps you can take to minimize the risks. Pet-proofing your home is the first step to keeping pets from licking, biting, chewing, and swallowing things that are poisonous to pets and/or destructive to your belongings.

How to pet-proof your home

  1. Keep all household chemicals (i.e. cleaners, medications, fire logs, fertilizer, anti-freeze, pesticides, etc.) locked securely in a cabinet so that your pet cannot reach them.
  2. Do not let electrical wires hang loose where your pet can get to them. Tucking wires safely behind furniture or covering them with cord covers is the best way to protect curious cats and dogs from accidental electrocution.
  3. Rid your home and yard of plants that are dangerous to pets. These include popular plants such as Sago Palms, castor bean plants, poinsettias, azaleas, lilies, amaryllis, cyclamen, tulips, ivy, and philodendrons.
  4. Store your garbage can under the sink or in a cabinet with a childproof latch. Common household waste such as empty food cans and containers may have sharp edges or an opening large enough for your pet’s head to get stuck in. Crush these items by hand or with a can crusher before throwing them out.
  5. Store food safely out of reach. Some food items like coffee grounds, chocolate, grapes, raisins, sugar-free candies and gum containing artificial sweeteners can be poisonous for your pet.

At this point, you may be wondering what can you do about furniture, bedding, carpets, and curtains. Perhaps your kitty just loves to suckle on the corner of Grandma’s heirloom quilt or your puppy can’t stop chewing on the baseboards. Now there’s a solution to protect those items and surfaces that you can’t easily lock away, while also protecting your pet from ingesting dangerous substances.

Fooey Ultra-Bitter Training Aid Spray – The solution for problem chewing

Buy Fooey Ultra-Bitter Training Aid Spray at 1800PetMedsFooey Ultra-Bitter Training Aid Spray safely and effectively deters unwanted biting, licking, and chewing. With just a few quick sprays, you can protect your pet by giving any surface a nasty, bitter taste dogs and cats absolutely hate!

Made from all-natural ingredients that are completely safe for pets, fabric, plants, and virtually any surface, Fooey Ultra-Bitter Training Aid Spray is the ideal solution for problem chewing. In fact, Fooey is so safe you can spray it directly on your pet to help stop chewing of hot spots and other wounds that need time to heal.

Because the bitter taste is universally despised by most all animals, including rabbits, raccoons, and deer, you can even use it to protect outdoor non-edible plants and flowers from foraging wildlife.

Fooey Ultra-Bitter Training Aid Spray is non-flammable, non-acidic and non-caustic, which means you can use it on fabric, upholstery, and fine furniture without worry of staining or damage. It is also fragrance-free, so there’s no strange smell left behind.

Use Fooey Ultra-Bitter Training Aid Spray as a training tool and put an end to problem chewing for a happier, healthier home.



Win a FREE Fooey Ultra-Bitter Training Aid Spray!

Do you need the anti-chewing help of Fooey Ultra-Bitter Training Aid Spray? Just leave a comment below telling us about your experience with problem chewing for a chance to win FREE Fooey Ultra-Bitter Training Aid Spray from 1800PetMeds!

One winner will be chosen at random on Wednesday, January 11, 2017, so everyone who participates has a chance to win! (Limited to residents of the U.S.) Good luck!

Congrats to Ronald H, the drawing winner! We’ll send you an email about how to claim your prize. 



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  1. ihave two kittens who need to stop getting at my planrs,, sure could use it if it wont hurt my plants

  2. Thanks for offering this contest!

  3. Our 6 month old puppy loves to chew on the sofa cushions. Broke the zipper and rips out the inside. And lets not talk about the rugs the dtesser the quilt…………

  4. I would love to give this a shot! Pepsi likes to chew on the wood furniture! Even though he has how many chew toys and bones! I’ve tried a few different methods and nothing seems to stop this dog from chewing on wood furniture in the house! Would love to see if this works!

  5. Please pick me. I have a new puppy he is 5 months old and chews on everything including me. HELP!!!

  6. MY cat chews and claws on the corners of our walls ….will this help end this problem???? Thanks

  7. My puppy likes to take ornaments off the tree and chew them.

  8. I have a puppy that is a crazy hard chewer. This sounds like a product they could help. I have to get the toys and kongs for extreme chewers. She took the corner off a bookcase one day. So this product I hope will work.

  9. Boy do I need this! Maybe a case would do it?! Slippers, socks, gloves, pillows etc all chewed by our lab pup!

  10. I have a dog that sometimes and gets separation anxiety and will chew the throw pillows or cushions. Could most definitely use this product

  11. Our puppy is trying to chew on my stools and a bench we have in the kitchen

  12. I just got my carpets replaced with laminate floors to make all of the pet fur in my house easier to clean up. Naturally, my 1-year-old Newf has now started chewing the brand new baseboards. She’s the reason I can’t have nice things.

  13. Oh, would I love to have had this before my dog chewed up the second seat belt! Expensive lesson.

  14. yes i need some of this for my youngest, she still tends to pull the plants out of the pots when i am not home, leaving me a mess, and sometimes they shred the potty pads. they dont really chew on much of anything else anymore. although as i say this, i need to knock on wood.

  15. I have an new addition to my family, it’s a 3 months puppy. Even though she’s a big trouble maker and chew everything at home specially our shoes and sandals but I LOVE her so much. She chewed up my daughter engagement shoes and wasn’t an easy situation to handle. This spray can be a life saver for me.

  16. We are having a heck of a time with our dog chewing on the carpet, shoes, furniture, shower wall, front door. This spray could be a life saver for me & help so much

  17. Sounds awesome!

  18. I would use this to keep my cat from clawing on our chair
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  19. We currently have 23 puppies in our rescue, all of which are in foster homes. Our fosters are constantly trying to prevent personal property damage while they have these little guests in their home. From what I gather in emails, it’s been a challenge. We could use some help.

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