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Vet Aquadent FR3SH™ Drinking Water Additive for Dogs and Cats

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  • £10.08 £13.00 Save £2.92 250ml Bottle
  • £13.44 £22.69 Save £9.25 500ml bottle
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Vet Aquadent FR3SH™ is an easy-to-use drinking water additive which targets bad breath and helps to fight dental plaque and tartar formation.

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SKU
556
Product Details

Vet Aquadent FR3SH™ Drinking Water Additive is a palatable solution for the daily dental and oral hygiene of cats and dogs. Used in fresh drinking water, it can help to eliminate bad breath and aids in controlling plaque build-up as part of an oral hygiene regime. Vet Aquadent’s liquid formulation can be particularly helpful to cat owners who can find brushing their pets’ teeth difficult.

Instructions

Directions for use:

Quick and simple to dose, just add 5ml of Vet Aquadent FR3SH™ per 500ml of fresh drinking water for your pet. 

Sizes
Vet Aquadent FR3SH™ Drinking Water Additive for Dogs and Cats is available in the following sizes:
  • 250ml Bottle
  • 500ml Bottle
Key Benefits
  • Easy to use - use daily in fresh drinking water to maintain good oral hygiene
  • FR3SH Technology which is designed to help target the causes of halitosis in 3 ways - cleanses, cools and addresses the digestive causes of bad breath
  • Innovative formula which inhibits plaque-forming bacteria
  • Cleanses, cools and addresses the digestive causes of bad breath
  • Suitable for all cats, dogs, kittens and puppies
Ingredients
  • Ingredients
    Aqua, Glycerine, Erythritol, Inulin, Min Aroma, Punica Granatum Extract
Reviews (259)
4.5/5

What our vet says

What our vet says
"Vet Aquadent works by limiting plaque and tartar forming, and that's the stuff which causes your pet to have bad smelling breath. If you struggle to brush your pet's teeth this could be a good solution for you. Please read the instructions carefully before you give this to your pet."
John Campbell - Head Veterinary Surgeon (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)
John Campbell Head Veterinary Surgeon And
Co-Founder (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)