A range of pet care products will enjoy an extra promotional push thanks to new marketing materials featuring images of the iconic Great Barrier Reef.

duoxoPromotional items for Ceva Animal Health’s Douxo shampoos, waterless mousses and localised dermatology solutions now features imagery of the Great Barrier Reef to demonstrate “the skin barrier is a fragile ecosystem needing care and protection”, the company said.

The marketing materials includes:

  • client leaflets that explain how to use the shampoo and mousse, with a detachable application reminder to help with owner compliance
  • a choice of two waiting room posters

Offering protection

A Ceva representative said: “Douxo products, containing the patented molecule phytosphingosine, offer protection and restoration of this complex and fragile ecosystem in presentations that support the bond between pet and owner.

“Each Douxo line offers a localised treatment option – pads, spot-on pipettes or a serum – allowing the product to be applied directly to the problem area.”

  • For further information on the Douxo range, visit www.douxo.eu or contact your local Ceva territory manager.
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