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AQUADENT® FR3SH™ water additive for dogs and cats

Oral hygiene preparation to promote dental health in dogs and cats

  • Cat
  • Dog

WHAT IS AQUADENT® FR3SH™?

A palatable water additive that helps control plaque to decrease bad breath in dogs and cats.

AQUADENT FR3SH utilizes an innovate blend of 3 natural ingredients to uniquely fight the sources of bad breath:

  • Inulin – a natural prebiotic to address the digestive causes of bad breath.
  • Pomegranate – an antioxidant to  promote gum health.
  • Erythritol – to freshen the mouth.

RECOMMENDED FOR

All dogs and cats over 6 months of age.

WHY CHOOSE AQUADENT FR3SH?

  • FR3SH™ technology: Specifically, formulated with natural ingredients to target the oral and digestive causes of bad breath.
  • Convenient and easy to use: Simply add to daily drinking water with dosing cap provided.
  • Formulated by veterinary dental specialists: Safe and effective for cats and dogs
  • Proven palatability: Readily accepted with no reduction in water consumption.

COMPOSITION

FR3SH™ technology (Erythritol, Inulin, Pomegranate concentrate)

DOSAGE & DIRECTIONS FOR USE

  • For cats: 2.5 ml to 250ml of fresh drinking water
  • For dogs: 5mls per 500ml of fresh drinking water
  • For accurate dosing use the measuring cup provided
  • Provide additional fresh drink water as needed
  • Discard any treated water that has not been consumed within 24hrs
  • Change water daily

STORAGE

Keep out of reach of children. Not intended for human consumption.  Store at room temperature (below 30°C)

PACK SIZES

250mL and 500mL

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NOTE: AquadentFR3SH has replaced Aquadent

 

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