A drinking water additive that helps fight dental plaque and tartar in dogs and cats has been given a new look.

vet aquadentVet Aquadent solution, part of Virbac’s veterinary dental range, has been given a blue colour in addition to a new-look bottle.

A palatable solution for daily dental and oral hygiene of cats and dogs, Vet Aquadent is used in fresh drinking water and can help eliminate bad breath and control plaque build-up, Virbac claims.

Popular colour

Virbac junior product manager Claire Lewis said: “Blue is a popular colour in the veterinary dental sector, so we wanted to bring Vet Aquadent in line with other related products to help ensure it is instantly recognisable, both to existing and new users.

“Given the number of pets suffering from periodontal disease, encouraging pet owners to adopt an effective preventive care regime is a simple way for veterinary practices to encourage responsible pet ownership and, in so doing, generate a useful revenue stream from product sales.”

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