New Look for Virbac Aquadent


Vet Aquadent, an easy-to-use drinking water additive which helps to fight dental plaque and tartar formation in dogs and cats, is being given a new look for 2017. The solution, part of Virbac’s veterinary dental range, has been given a fresh new blue colour as well as a new bottle with a more contemporary design.

Vet Aquadent is a palatable solution for daily dental and oral hygiene of cats and dogs. Used in fresh drinking water, it can help to eliminate bad breath and aids in controlling plaque build-up as part of an oral hygiene regime. Aquadent’s liquid formulation can be particularly helpful to cat owners, who can find it difficult to brush their pets’ teeth.

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Claire Lewis, Junior Product Manager at Virbac, explained: “Vet Aquadent is tried and trusted by many pet owners and relied upon for the contribution it makes to maintaining oral and dental health in dogs and cats.

“Blue is a popular colour in the veterinary dental sector so we wanted to bring Vet Aquadent in line with other related products to help ensure that it is instantly recognisable, both to existing and new users. 

“It sits alongside the other products in our ‘at-home’ veterinary dental range, including our Enzymatic toothpastes which inhibit bacterial growth and our highly palatable VeggieDent™ chews*, which are available in four sizes.

“Given the number of pets suffering from periodontal disease, encouraging pet owners to adopt an effective preventative care regime is a simple way for veterinary practices to encourage responsible pet ownership and, in so doing, generate a useful revenue stream from product sales.”

Founded by a veterinary surgeon, Virbac is dedicated to supporting the veterinary profession through the development of innovative products and services, which help animals to lead longer, healthier lives.  One of the largest independent veterinary pharmaceutical companies in the world, its wide product portfolio includes many market-leading and award-winning products for large and small animals.

*Chaix, G. & Lloret, F. (2016). Palatability and chewing time evaluation of a vegetable dental chews (veggiedent) designed for plaque and tartar control in dogs. BSAVA congress proceedings 2016.