Wanted: Dental Month Superstar Practice!
19th January, 2023 14h05
To mark National Dental Pet Health Month in February, Animalcare is on the look-out for a Dental Month Superstar Practice.
The company is launching a contest to see how creatively practices can use a Dental Waiting Room Pack it has created to highlight National Dental Care Month and engage with their clients about the importance of oral health. The pack contains a range of posters and point-of-sale items, which can be used to brighten up a waiting room, while offering clients useful information about the oral health of their pets.
The winning practice will receive a Swan Retro Pump Espresso Coffee Machine for its team to enjoy.
Commenting, Animalcare Brand Manager Kai Crawshaw said: “Despite research showing that at least 80% of dogs and 70% of cats are likely to develop periodontal disease by the age of three¹, dental care is still too often neglected. National Dental Pet Health Month is a perfect opportunity to remind clients of the simple steps they can take to rotect their pets’ oral health.”
Animalcare recently launched its Plaqtiv+® home dental care range. Featuring patented Xpersiv™ technology, the Plaqtiv+® range captures minerals and inhibits biofilm maturation to reduce the formation of calculus – a key contributor to periodontal disease.
Practices can order their Dental Waiting Room Pack at www.animalcare.co.uk/dentalmonth. Those wishing to enter the contest are asked to email a photo of their waiting room during February to [email protected]. Full terms and conditions are on the Animalcare website.
Notes to editors:
¹ Royal Veterinary College. Available at: https://www.rvc.ac.uk/review/Dentistry/Shared_Media/pdfs/perio_print.pdf [Accessed April 2022].
Animalcare is a sustainable and passionate organisation committed to leading in animal health through innovative and trusted products and services to support the veterinary profession. It has recently launched its first novel product - Daxocox®. It is the first weekly oral NSAID and achieves not only significant improvement in the clinical signs associated with the pain of osteoarthritis (OA) in dogs, but may also help to reduce the risk of OA breakthrough pain.
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Rebecca George, George PR
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Tel: 01449 737281/07974 161108
19 January 2023
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