BreathaLyser Water AdditiveThis page contains information on BreathaLyser Water Additive for veterinary use.
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- BreathaLyser Water Additive Indications
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BreathaLyser Water AdditiveThis treatment applies to the following species:
Drinking water additive for dogs and cats
Helps fight plaque and calculus
BreathaLyser is a veterinarian-formulated, pleasant-tasting oral care solution designed to help maintain oral hygiene and improve your pet’s bad breath. Simply add BreathaLyser to your pet’s drinking water daily when brushing is not possible. Best overall oral health results when used in conjunction with direct application products such as BreathaLyser Toothpaste or BreathaLyser Gel.
Directions and Usage: Use BreathaLyser-treated water on a daily basis for best results, and discard any treated water not consumed within 24 hours. Provide supplemental non-treated drinking water if required.
Shake before using. Light sedimentation is normal.
Store bottle at room temperature. Do not freeze.
Dogs and Cats: Add 10mL (approx. 2 capfuls or 2 tsp) of BreathaLyser to 1 litre/quart of drinking water daily.
WarningsKeep bottle out of the reach of children and pets. Not intended for human consumption.
Ingredients: PURIFIED WATER, GLYCERINE, POLYSORBATE 20, CHLORHEXIDINE GLUCONATE, POTASSIUM SORBATE, SODIUM BENZOATE, SORBITOL, ZINC GLUCONATE, EMILGASE, FD&C BLUE #1 SOLUTION.
Imported into USA by: Imrex, 920 South 6th St., St. Joseph, MO 64501 USA
Manufactured and distributed in Canada by: Imrex Inc, 13-1550 Yorkton Court, Burlington, ON Canada L7P 5B7
® Registered trademark of Imrex Inc. Burlington, Ontario
250 mL, 500 mL
NAC No.: 1306000.6
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