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Fooey Fooey Ultr-Bitter Training Aid

Extremely bitter tastingStops pet licking, chewing, picking, cribbing and fur or feather biting Protects anything that pets destructively chew, lick or bite
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Has this worked well for the hamster owners that have tried it on their cages?

My hamster, Chewy, loves to chew on his wire bars. One night I had enough and I did some research and found this product. I then emailed the company and requested a free sample in the mail. I have now received the sample, but I still want to make sure any hamster owners haven't had problems with the product such as illness or death. After all, I didn't have to pay for the product and I won't feel bad for wasting it if it is harmful. I'd rather waste the product than my hamsters life. Feedback, please :)
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It's completely non-toxic. You shouldn't have a problem.
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Can this product be applied directly to the animal? My cat over grooms.

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Directions on the website state:

Spray on area or object to be treated. Safe for furniture, walls, wires, shoes, clothing, fencing, stables & stalls, harmful plants. Apply topically to your pet's fur to discourage chewing, biting & licking. May be applied around bandaged area.

So yes, should be fine. :)
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