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Maxi/Guard Oral Cleansing WipesThis treatment applies to the following species:
MAXI/GUARD Oral Cleansing Wipes combine a professional neutralized zinc formulation with an easy to use & pet acceptable oral wipe. These textured wipes provide a gentle mechanical cleansing of plaque & odor causing bacteria. The embedded taste-free solution naturally freshens the breath & safely cleanses the oral cavity for both dogs & cats.
BENEFITS: Eliminates Halitosis, Reduces Plaque & Tartar Formations, Extends Time between Dental Cleanings, Taste Free Formulation Appealing to All Pets, Large Wipe Allows for Easy Application
Directions For Use
Wrap one oral wipe around index finger & gently wipe teeth & gums on both sides. For the first few applications or for large pets, more than one wipe may be used. Provide praise to the pet to ensure a positive experience. Dispose of used wipes properly. Use daily for best results.
StorageStore at normal room temperature with the lid firmly closed. To ensure a moist pad for every application, storing the jar upside down may be preferred.
Keep out of reach of children.
INGREDIENTS: Deionized Water, Zinc Gluconate, Taurine, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, F.D. &C. Blue #1.
Available through licensed veterinarians.
Addison Biological Laboratory, Inc., 507 North Cleveland Avenue, Fayette, Missouri 65248 U.S.A.
MADE IN THE U.S.A.
507 NORTH CLEVELAND AVE., FAYETTE, MO, 65248
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