Virbac UK

Veterinary

Virbac is pleased to announce that VeggieDent® FR3SH™ Dental Chews are now available in convenient, easy to unwrap, single chew packs. Presented in attractive display boxes, VeggieDent® FR3SH™ singles offer veterinary practices another opportunity to promote oral healthcare to pet owners.

With 90% of owners choosing to try a single chew before deciding to purchase a bag of 15 chews, and 2 out of 3 pet owners having a least one dog with bad breath3, VeggieDent® FR3SH™ singles reflect Virbac’s ongoing commitment to support practices in increasing awareness of canine oral care

A natural, plant-based alternative to rawhide chews, VeggieDent® FR3SH™ targets the causes of halitosis in dogs in 3 ways; through addressing the underlying causes of bad breath, cleansing and cooling; whilst a proprietary Z-shape maximises prehension.  VeggieDent® FR3SH™ Dental Chews are scientifically proven to reduce calculus and plaque when given dailyand hold the VOHC tartar control seal. 

“We are delighted to be able to add VeggieDent® FR3SH™ singles to the Virbac oral healthcare range” said Product Manager Claire Lewis. ‘Single chews make a great addition to practice waiting rooms, but can also be a useful tool to promote oral care in consult and even during puppy parties’. 

VeggieDent® FR3SH™ singles are available to order from the veterinary wholesalers now. 

 

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References:

  1. Chala V, Chaix G, Navarro C, Espuna G. Evaluation of breath freshening effect in dogs following chew administration: an open field trial. Voorsjaardagen congress, The Hague, NL, April 2018 (accepted for communication).

  2. Clarke DE, Kelman M, Perkins N. Effectiveness of a vegetable dental chew on periodontal disease parameters in toy breed dogs. J Vet Dent. 2011;28(4):230–235.

  3. Data on file, Kynetic market research, 2016. Virbac.