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    Ceva Animal Health, manufacturer of ADAPTIL® and FELIWAY®, has launched its hugely popular display competition which sees hundreds of veterinary practices around the country putting firework displays up in their waiting rooms with practices gaining additional credit if they build a den.

    With the aim of highlighting top tips for pet owners during the firework season and the benefits of building a den to help calm and reassure dogs during the firework festivities, the competition encourages veterinary practices to display firework materials, build a den, plug in an ADAPTIL diffuser nearby and decorate their waiting room to demonstrate the preventative measures clients can carry out at home to help manage their pets’ firework fears. They can then post pictures of the dens and waiting room displays on the Ceva Animal Health Facebook page throughout October - the top 10 veterinary practice waiting room displays will win a luxury chocolate hamper.

    Claire Russell, pheromone product manager at Ceva Animal Health, comments: “Our display competition is one of the highlights of the veterinary practice year with veterinary professionals creating innovative displays that capture the imagination of their clients and help educate them on the preventative measures that they can adopt at home to help manage their pet’s firework fears.”

    Ceva has a comprehensive range of marketing materials for veterinary practices to utilise in the competition including waiting room materials. For further information please contact your local Ceva territory manager. For details on ADAPTIL and FELIWAY visit or

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