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    Just don't use the pink or whatever Colour spray on white pet it know to stain them for life lol
    We use benadee on all ours it works of us
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    Hey guys,....this has probably been mentioned before but what sort of thing can i put on the collars that will be safe but bitter to stop the neck biting.???

    I'm dead against using smelly stuff like vicks vapour rub.......i just cant make my dogs smell that crap all day long. I cant handle the smell let alone a sensitive dogs nostrils.

    So i guess i need somthing that tastes like crap but dosnt stink.

    Any ideas ??


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    grab a tub of vasaline and mix in a heap of super hot chilli powder rub the paste into the outside of the collar wearing gloves, just a strip down the middle.

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    Have you tried tasbao saurse I know I misspelled it sorry
    If you are reading this then you're doing just fine as to
    I'm not going to tell ya I lost the ' , . ? ! " Keys to my head
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    My dog likes chili - after I tried using it to stop her from counter surfing and digging in the garden. She just eats it now. :S

    She's not so keen on aloe vera cactus leaf juice-goo ie I own a number of these cactii and when I want to treat a bit of dog, I split the leaf and wipe the goo on the bit that needs to heal up.

    And watch dog make cats-bum face if she licks it. Rid insect repellent also tastes awful enough to stop a dog from licking, never again. But it's bad for them to eat a lot of it. Didn't do any noticable damage to the dog that was dumb enough to lick my feet.

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