It could be a “win win” for vets who use the topical corticosteroid Cortavance between now and the end of June. Vets have the chance to win one of five Canon Ixus cameras worth £150 if they enter Virbac’s Spray to Win game.
It could be a “win win” for vets who use the topical corticosteroid Cortavance between now and the end of June. Vets have the chance to win one of five Canon Ixus cameras (worth £150 each) if they enter Virbac’s Spray to Win game.
Cards are available to anyone and can be obtained from your territory manager, all you have to do to enter is spray the pictured dog to “ease” his pruritus, and answer one simple question.
Winning cards will reveal either a camera or a 124-page manual on topical glucocorticoid therapy compiled by a group of the world’s leading dermatologists.
Virbac product manager Chris Geddes said the purpose of the campaign is to illustrate the efficacy of Cortavance as the first line treatment for all pruritic and inflammatory skin disorders.
He said: “As a potent skin-specific steroid with no detectable harmful effects and competitive pricing, it’s an ideal first line treatment for all atopic dermatitis cases.”
For those who purchase Cortavance, there are also automatic rewards in the form of a clinical handbook on canine dermatology or a didactic atlas on canine dermatoses with 10 bottles purchased – or get both with 15 bottles.
The supply of spray cards is limited, so anyone wishing to obtain a card is advised to contact their Virbac territory manager as soon as possible, or call 01359 243243.