Grannick's Bitter Apple Spray
Used as a taste deterrent and training tool for dogs Bitter Apple is a non-toxic safe and effective chew deterrent for any animal such as: dogs, cats, rabbits and ferrets. It has a bitter taste to discourage pets from licking, gnawing and chewing on surfaces where applied including fur, wounds and bandages.
It comes in a 16 oz pump spray. One application is usually sufficient to solve the chewing problem and can be repeated if necessary.
We offer a range of delivery options:
Our standard delivery is free by Royal Mail 2nd Class - there are some exceptions and you can see these on our delivery page. These include refridgerated items and aerosols which have to be sent via our Courier service.
We also offer delivery by Royal Mail 1st Class or via Next Working Day Courier for a small fee (for items in stock ordered before 12pm Monday to Thursday). Where available orders can be upgraded to Next Working Day pre-12pm or Saturday Delivery. Standard courier orders placed before 12pm on Fridays will be delivered the following Monday.
Orders under £20 have a £2.50 handling fee automatically added.
Food deliveries weighing 2kg and over ordered before 12pm (Monday to Thursday) will be delivered next working day by courier - Monday to Friday - excludes Saturday delivery. Orders placed on a Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be delivered on a Tuesday. Orders weighing over 6kg are sent free.*
*Please note that any other items ordered with food will be sent separately via Royal Mail 2nd Class by default. If you require non-food items on a faster service we offer the option to upgrade to Royal Mail 1st Class or Courier delivery of non-food items for an additional charge.
For more information, view our delivery page.
Feedback for Grannick's Bitter Apple Spray has been compiled from 14 customer reviews
Can't say enough about this product it works ! I recommend to all my puppy owners well worth the money TY
Did not work, our Lab puppy still chewing!
On 14 Jul 2015 Pet Drugs Online responded:
That is a very persistent lab - my cocker poo hates the stuff!. I have used clove oil / lavender oil but be careful that it doesn't stain the furniture. I also wonder given this hasn't worked what will! He will stop this once his "teeth have changed" - watch him carefully and grab his attention when he starts with a frozen carrot or kong toy filled with some thing he likes.
This has helped somewhat, but I find that I really have to use a lot of spray for it to be effective.
My elderly dog licks her paws to the extent they bleed. A quick spray of Bitter Apple puts a stop to it and lets the sores heal.