Engineering Revolutionary Disinfectants for the War Against Microbes.
A proven and trusted disinfectant technology in human
healthcare is now formulated to meet the need for
companion and farm animal health.
AHP® is a synergistic blend of commonly used, safe ingredients that when combined with low levels of hydrogen peroxide produce exceptional potency as a germicide and performance as a cleaner
AHP® was both the first EcoLogo registered disinfectant-cleaner in Canada and the first DfE registered hydrogen peroxide disinfectant in the US.
Virox Animal Health is proud to partner with Dr. Marty Becker developer of the Fear Free® program.
Virox Animal Health is a Strategic Alliance Partner of the American Animal Hospital Association.
Proud to be a Leader!Proof of this comes with multiple awards and recognition for sustainability, as well as several green certified products.
"Keep it Clean" eBookWe collaborated with AAHA to deliver informative and usable content, such as this Infection Prevention™ and Biosecurity guide.
In the United States, AHP® Veterinary Disinfectants are sold under the brand name Rescue™.
In Canada, AHP® Veterinary Disinfectants are sold under the brand name Prevail™.
In the United States, AHP® Farm Animal Disinfectants are sold under the brand name Intervention™.
In Canada, AHP® Farm Animal Disinfectants are sold under the brand name Prevail™.
In Mexico, AHP® Farm Animal Disinfectants are sold under the brand name Intervención™
"Keep it Clean” eBook. We collaborated with AAHA to deliver informative and usable content, such as this Infection Prevention™ and Biosecurity guide.
Everything you wanted to know about Anthrax, Ringworm, VRE, SIV, MRSA, TGEv, PEDv, PRRS, FMDv, FPV, FIP, FHV and more.
AHP & Competitive Chemistries: How does Accelerated Hydrogen Peroxide (AHP) compare with legacy disinfectant chemistries you may be using.
Technical Bulletin: Efficacy of Green Cleaning Products with Respect to Common Respiratory Viruses and Mold Growth
Feline Panleukopenia virus (FPV) is a virus transmitted through the fecal-oral route and causes vomiting, diarrhea, and sometimes sudden death in cats.
Pathogen Fact Sheets (Companion Animal)
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