Practices are being encouraged to take part in a competition that aims to demonstrate the reassuring effects dens can have on dogs during firework festivities.

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Build a den and waiting room display to show clients how to help manage firework fears.

Ceva Animal Health’s annual Build a Den competition wants participating practices to:

  • build a den in their waiting room
  • plug in the company’s Adaptil dog appeasing pheromone diffuser nearby
  • create a waiting room display

These three tools should demonstrate to clients the preventive measures they can carry out at home to help manage their pets’ firework fears.

Luxury prize

Practices are urged to post pictures of their creations to the Ceva Animal Health Facebook page throughout October. The top 10 waiting room dens and displays will win a luxury chocolate hamper.

Ceva has a comprehensive range of marketing materials for practices to use in the competition, including new waiting room materials. For more information, contact a Ceva territory manager.

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