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New Dental Chew Does More Than Just Freshen Breath by Supporting Proper Digestion in Dogs

07/10/2018

Virbac Corporation has announced the launch of C.E.T.® VEGGIEDENT® FR3SH® Tartar Control Chews for Dogs, which uniquely targets bad breath while supporting proper digestion.

Virbac Corporation has announced the launch of C.E.T.® VEGGIEDENT® FR3SH® Tartar Control Chews for Dogs, which uniquely targets bad breath while supporting proper digestion.

Approximately 74 percent of pet owners complain about their dog’s bad breath.1 Bad breath is more than just a nuisance. It can disrupt the bond between the pet owner and their dog. It can also signal a more serious problem such as dental disease. In fact, bad breath is a common sign of dental disease.2,3

“We’re thrilled that there is now a dental chew delivering more than just fresh breath,” said Courtney Carney, Director of Marketing at Virbac. “At Virbac, we’re committed to supporting the dental needs of pets, and this latest addition to our robust dental portfolio does just that.”

C.E.T. VEGGIEDENT FR3SH Chews are able to uniquely target bad breath and support proper digestion by a 3-way performance: Cleanse (addresses oral causes of bad breath), Freshen (freshens breath with every chew) and Balance (promotes proper digestion).

Aside from fresh breath and digestive support, C.E.T. VEGGIEDENT FR3SH Chews offer a healthy formula that is plant-based, gluten-free, easily digestible and moderate in calories. It also features a unique Z-shape allowing the chew to scrape away tartar in hard-to-reach places.

For more information about C.E.T. VEGGIEDENT FR3SH Chews, go to us.virbac.com.

References: 1. Data on file, Kynetec market research, 2016. Virbac Corporation. 2. Niemiec BA, Gawor J, Nemec A, et al. World Small Animal Veterinary Association Global Dental Guidelines. http://www.wsava.org/guidelines/global-dental-guidelines. Accessed April 12, 2018. 3. Periodontal disease. American Veterinary Dental College website. https://www.avdc. org/periodontaldisease.html. Accessed August 16, 2017.

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