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The waiting room leaflets are designed to advise owners and encourage them to speak to their vet.

Zoetis has created a range of waiting room materials to help spread the word about skin allergies – and encourage clients to speak to their vet about them.

The free “switch off the itch” leaflet, poster and noticeboard materials draw attention to the allergic skin disease symptoms owners should look out for during the warmer months.

Prevention plan

They also cover some of the substances dogs can be allergic to, how to manage skin allergies and what to look for in an itch prevention plan.

The materials were produced to support Apoquel – an oral therapy for the treatment of canine pruritus associated with allergic dermatitis and the clinical manifestations of atopic dermatitis.

To obtain the materials and for more information about Apoquel, contact your Zoetis account manager.

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