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Veterinarian Technician January 2009 (Vol 30, No 1)

Promote Dental Health

    Hill's Pet Nutrition Inc. is cosponsoring the 15th Annual "Pets Need Dental Care, Too" campaign to encourage veterinary staff to talk with clients about regular professional oral health exams for their pets and to establish an at-home dental care routine.

    All animal hospitals that conduct activities to promote pet dental health are eligible to enter the 2009 Pet Dental Awareness Contest. The first-place winner receives $2,000, second place $1,000, third place $500 and fourth through 10th place winners will be awarded membership in the American Veterinary Dental Society and a subscription for the Journal of Veterinary Dentistry.

    To order free Pet Dental Health Campaign kits to support your campaign, as well as find out more about the contest, visit PetDental.com or call 877-552-1550.

    The 2009 Pet Dental Health Campaign is sponsored by Hill's Pet Nutrition Inc., the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Veterinary Dental Society, the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry, American Veterinary Dental College, the Academy of Veterinary Dental Technicians and the Veterinary Oral Health Council.

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