A O E, Animal Odor Eliminator (Canada)This page contains information on A O E, Animal Odor Eliminator for veterinary use.
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A O E, Animal Odor EliminatorThis treatment applies to the following species:
Safe for Home and Pet
Not a mask. Not an enzyme.
Urine, feces, emesis, necrotic tissue. Anal, male cat spray and other glandular secretions. Any odor. Anywhere. Anytime.
Clinic / Shelter / Groomer / Kennel / Home
Nontoxic - Nonirritating - Nonflammable - Noncarcinogenic - Biodegradable
Directions For Use
For quick, permanent results spray directly on the source of the odor (on the animal, accident area, bedding, cage, litter) or anywhere odor exists. If odor persists after A•O•E® has dried, the source of the odor has not been reached. Continue to reapply as necessary.
Use as an air freshener for quick but temporary relief by spraying two or more times in the air.
Product Safety: All Thornell products are safe for use on any surface or directly on the animal.
As with any pet care product, consult with your veterinarian and review and follow the label directions. Contains water, proprietary essential oil blend and preservatives.
Keep out of the reach of children.
For external use only.
Cautions: Spot test for color fastness before applying to any fabric. Do not spray directly into animal’s eyes.
THORNELL CORPORATION, P.O.BOX 363, 100 James Street, Smithville, MO 64089
NAC No.: 11960004
Distributed by McCarthy & Sons
100 JAMES STREET, BOX 363, SMITHVILLE, MO, 64089
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