What does the number on the front label of my dental spray mean?
The number on the front label of your Bark 5 TM Alcohol-Free Dental Spray for dogs is referred to as an NN number and a lot of people have never heard of it.
It’s a number you need to look for when you purchase dog, cat or horse products. It tells a customer the product meets the relevant conditions established by Health Canada. The Low-risk Veterinary Health Products Program, that issues those numbers, covers items such as oral and topical products for use in cats, dogs and horses, not intended for food, that meet specific safety criteria.
Bark 5 Alcohol Free Dental Spray for Dogs has a Low Risk Veterinary Health Products Notification Number – NN.D9Q9
A list of products that have been assigned notification numbers and their labeling information is available online here.
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