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“If You Only Knew” Allows Vets to Share Their Most Disgusting Stories!

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A few months back, Rescue® Disinfectants, alongside The National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA) launched an exciting contest called, #IfYouOnlyKnew. #IfYouOnlyKnew gives veterinary technicians the chance to share their most disgusting stories, showing that caring for our fuzzy friends isn’t always a pleasant experience! A client brought their Labrador in for an appointment, and asked to have the …

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Northeast Animal Shelter Saves Lives, Educates Communities and Provides Love!

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The #RescueMyShelter campaign was designed to provide shelters across the United States with Rescue Veterinary Disinfectants®, to assist staff and volunteers in creating a temporary home for animals that is free of harmful pathogens. We did not expect to receive the overwhelming number of stories and images from volunteers, pet owners, and shelters that we have! The care that animal …

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Virox® and NAVTA Launch, “If You Only Knew…”

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These past few months, we have shared just how crucial it is to for veterinary practices to disinfect surfaces and equipment to prevent the spread of pathogens and to create an environment that is welcoming for patients and staff. We are therefore proud to announce that our parent company, Virox® Animal Health, and The National Association of Veterinary Technicians in …

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What Makes AHP® so Different from Other Cleaners?

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Over the years we have seen the development of disinfectants specifically designed to kill pathogens. From the introduction of formulas featuring harsh chemicals such as Chlorine in the 1920’s, Quats in the 1970’s and Peracetic Acid in the 1990’s, these chemical-based disinfectants have been relied upon animal shelters and veterinary practices, despite their toxicity and the effects that they can …