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Ceva launches new fireworks marketing pack

Ceva Animal Health, manufacturer of ADAPTIL and FELIWAY, has launched a comprehensive new marketing pack to help educate and support customers with noise sensitive pets in the run up to the firework season.

The new pack includes an informative 60 minute video presented by leading veterinary behaviourist Jon Bowen BVetMed DipAS(CABC) MRCVS. 

The short film covers hints and tips on the preventative measures that owners can put in place to help manage noise sensitivity and firework fears and also includes information on counter conditioning. 

It also features a range of marketing material including leaflets, leaflet holders and posters.

“The fireworks season can be a scary time for pets,” comments Claire Russell, ADAPTIL and FELIWAY product manager at Ceva Animal Health. 

“Our new marketing pack will help retailers remind their customers of the preventative measures they can put in place to reduce firework fears, including the use of ADAPTIL, proven to reduce the intensity of fear suffered as a result of loud noises.”

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