Dentahex Oral Rinse

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Dentahex Oral Rinse

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Manufacturer: Vétoquinol USA

for Dogs & Cats

ORAL HYGIENE RINSE

CHLORHEXIDINE 0.12% WITH ZINC

Dentahex Oral Rinse is a palatable and highly effective rinse for reducing plaque and freshening breath in dogs and cats. The unique formulation provides anti-plaque and anti-calculus properties thus aiding in the prevention of tooth and gum disease.

CONTAINS:

Water, Glycerin, Sorbitol, SD Alcohol 38B, Flavor, Chlorhexidine gluconate, Poloxamer 407, Zinc gluconate, FD&C yellow #5, FD&C blue #1

Directions For Use

Shake well before each use. Rinse daily following each meal or as directed by your veterinarian. Gently lift the upper lip to expose the teeth and gums. Point and squeeze to apply a gentle stream along the gum line. Dentahex Oral Rinse disperses rapidly and completely covers the entire oral cavity, even difficult to reach areas. Avoid touching the gum with the applicator tip to avoid any injury in case of movement of your pet.

Warnings

Store upright at controlled room temperature 59-86°F (15-30°C).

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

FOR ANIMAL USE ONLY.

Manufactured for: Vétoquinol USA, Inc., Ft. Worth, Texas (USA) 76137

www.vetoquinolusa.com

Net Wt.

 

8 fl oz (237 mL)

411425 3

NAC No.: 1005063.3

VÉTOQUINOL USA, INC.
4250 N. SYLVANIA AVENUE, FORT WORTH, TX, 76137
Customer Service:   800-267-5707
Website:   www.vetoquinolusa.com
Email:   info@vetoquinolusa.com
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