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DentaMed Breath Spray

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DentaMed Breath Spray

This treatment applies to the following species:
Manufacturer: Davis

Cool Mint

Freshens Breath and Helps Reduce Plaque

With Chlorhexidine Gluconate

FOR DOGS AND CATS

Avoiding a cuddle with your pet because of their bad breath? Use Davis DentaMed™ Breath Spray to make the most offensive cat and doggie breath fresh. Our mint flavored spray helps to eliminate germs and reduce plaque for healthier gums and teeth. Formulated with Chlorhexidine Gluconate, it also helps eliminate problems with odor-causing bacteria. Make any pet more huggable with Davis DentaMed Breath Spray!

DIRECTION FOR USE

Gently lift lips on both sides of the mouth and spritz directly onto the teeth and gums. Apply to each side once or twice a day. For initial treatment, may be used up to three times a day to address extremely bad breath and plaque. No rinsing required. For best results, use in conjunction with Davis DentaMed Dental Wipes.

Keep Out of Reach of Children

Do Not Get in Eyes

Ingredients: Chlorhexidine Gluconate, Water, Preservative, Glycerin, Mint

Davis DentaMed Breath Spray can also be spritzed on flossing toys, chew rope bones and toss toys to help reduce plaque and freshen breath during play time.

Davis Manufacturing, 541 Proctor Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30079

www.davismfg.com

 

Product No.

 

4 Fl. Oz. (118.2 ml)

DBSPO4

Rev. date 0115

NAC No.: 1141076.0

DAVIS MANUFACTURING & PACKAGING, INC.
541 PROCTOR AVENUE, SCOTTDALE (ATLANTA), GA, 30079
Telephone:   404-292-2424
Order Desk:   800-292-2424
Fax:   404-292-3049
Website:   www.davismfg.com
Email:   sales@davismfg.com
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