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How Do Poop Training Sprays Work?
Now, you’re probably wondering how the heck a spray can encourage pooping.
Let’s clear the air — it’s not that these products directly stimulate your pooch to poop. Rather, the idea behind them is to get your dog sniffing and thinking about going potty.
Some use pheromones to try to coax your pooch, while others use ingredients that mimic the smell of doggo excrement. That said, it’s best to use these sprays far from the home to avoid lingering odors.
As with all pup products, some dog poop sprays are better than others. While not every dog will respond to them, these are some of the best on the market today.
NOTE: Nearly all these dog potty training sprays have a batch of not-so-great reviews. These sprays are pretty hit or miss, so doubling down on your potty training might be a more successful option. Still, if you’re feeling desperate, these sprays are worth trying. They might be just the thing that gets your pup pottying correctly!
PetSafe Skip to My Loo Attractant and Toilet Training Aid
About: Keep your dog’s doos in check with Skip to my Loo Potty Training Spray by PetSafe. Apply to potty-safe areas to entice your pooch to go — saving the rest of the yard for mess-free games of fetch.
Does poop spray work for dogs?
- Commercial dog-repellent sprays, which you can find online.
- Citrus trees, fruits, or juices.
- Rue plants.
- Citronella plants or oil.
- Cayenne pepper.
- Chili powder.
How do you stop a dog from pooping in a certain area?
Is there a spray to make dogs poop in one area?