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Pet Care Author: Staff Editor Last Updated: Sep 23, 2017 - 11:25:35 AM



Keep Your Dog From Dining In The Litter Box

By Staff Editor
Sep 23, 2017 - 11:22:56 AM



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(HealthNewsDigest.com) - If your home is like most, you share it with at least one animal friend. According to a recent Harris Poll, 62 percent of Americans have at least one pet; half of cat owners also have a dog; and a third of dog owners also have a cat.

Dogs and cats living together, however, can lead to a problem: Dogs like to dine out of the cat’s litter box.

The reason may be boredom or instinct but most often it’s due to a nutritional deficiency. Typically, cat feces contain lots of protein and fat and give off an odor that’s very appealing to dogs. The result is a nasty habit that could lead to health issues if not corrected.

Fortunately, there’s a solution to deter dogs from snacking on cat stools. You simply give tasty NaturVet Outta My Box soft chews to both the dog and the cat.

Outta My Box is veterinarian formulated with patent-pending ProBioStrive and contains natural active ingredients that reduce the stool odors, making the litter box less desirable to dogs. They also help maintain an optimal GI balance in your dog to help him kick the cravings.

For more information, visit www.naturvet.com or call (888) 628-8783.

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