Bitter YUCK!® Spray for Horses

Will not sting. Water based.

MSRP: $12.90

Spray Bitter YUCK! evenly on tails, manes, bandages, or any other surface where chewing is not desired. The water-based formula is non-staining, and will not sting. Can be used on sores, wounds and over topical medication. Safe for use on trees, plants, leather and blankets. Use consistently until undesirable habits are curtailed. Do not spray around eyes or nose.

STOPS HORSES FROM CHEWING ON:
• Tails
• Manes
• Sores
• Tack
• Stalls
• Wounds
• Bandages
• Trees & Plants
• Wood
• Blankets

Bitter YUCK! can also be used to stop dogs and cats from unwanted chewing.

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Spray Bitter YUCK! evenly on tails, manes, bandages, or any other surface where chewing is not desired. The water-based formula is non-staining, and will not sting. Can be used on sores, wounds and over topical medication. Safe for use on trees, plants, leather and blankets. Use consistently until undesirable habits are curtailed. Do not spray around eyes or nose.

STOPS HORSES FROM CHEWING ON:
• Tails
• Manes
• Sores
• Tack
• Stalls
• Wounds
• Bandages
• Trees & Plants
• Wood
• Blankets

Bitter YUCK! can also be used to stop dogs and cats from unwanted chewing.

Warnings:
This product is designed to be non-staining however, before using this product test on a small inconspicuous area of the surface. Avoid contact with eyes. In case of allergic reaction or accidental ingestion consult a health professional immediately.

ALCOHOL FREE. WILL NOT STING.

Spray Bitter YUCK! evenly on tails, manes, bandages, or any other surface where chewing is not desired. The water-based formula is non-staining, and will not sting. Can be used on sores, wounds and over topical medication. Safe for use on trees, plants, leather and blankets. Use consistently until undesirable habits are curtailed. Do not spray around eyes or nose.

Avoid getting product on hands. Bitter YUCK! tastes bad to people too. Should you get Bitter YUCK! on your hands, rinse hands with hydrogen peroxide which will help reduce its bittering effects.

Deionized Water, Bittering Agent, and Citric Acid.

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