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  • Introducing Zenifel® – The NEW Feline Facial Pheromone Plug-in Diffuser


    Virbac are pleased to introduce Zenifel, the first and only alternative feline facial pheromone plug-in diffuser. Zenifel contains a 48ml vial of the same F3 feline facial pheromone as the market leader, but lasts up to 50% longer!

    For use in the home environment to help control inappropriate or stress related behaviours in cats, Zenifel has its own innovative diffusion system and a higher concentration of F3, meaning each vial can last up to 6 weeks. With fewer refills needed during the year, Zenifel is economical to use and more environmentally friendly when using continuously in the home.

    Facial F3 pheromone marking is significantly important when it comes to cats creating areas cats feel safe and relaxed in1. By imitating this calming F3 pheromone with synthetic feline facial pheromones, Zenifel can create a state of familiarity and security in the cat’s surroundings, reducing or potentially eliminating those stress related behaviours.

    In veterinary practice, Zenifel can support a cat friendly clinic and Virbac are offering a practice support pack to help create a calm area for feline visitors and also promote the benefits of pheromones to pet owners.

    To celebrate the launch of Zenifel Virbac are running a promotion for practices which could see them be eligible for year’s FREE supply of Zenifel! Just contact your local Virbac Territory Manager to take advantage of this offer.

    Virbac is a unique, global and family run company dedicated exclusively to animal health for 50 years. Virbac offers a wide portfolio of innovative and award winning products that combine quality, effectiveness and convenience for veterinary surgeons, nurses and pet owners alike.

    Information on Zenifel® and other products in the Virbac range is available from Virbac Limited, Woolpit Business Park, Windmill Avenue, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP30 9UP. Tel: 01359 243243 Email: enquires@virbac.co.uk Web: www.virbac.co.uk

    References


    1. Amat M., Camps T., Manteca X. (2016) Stress in owned cats: behavioural changes and welfare implications. J Feline Med Surg. 18(8):577-586.10.1177/1098612X15590867


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