LUCAA+ Pet Probiotic Wound Care - 100ml Spray
LUCAA+ Probiotic Wound care promotes healing in a natural way. This easy to use spray, gently cleans the wounds and increases the skin's natural resitance in and around the wound.
- Facilitates wound healing and recovery
- Removes organic soils that can cause infection
- Balances the local microflora by integrating healthy bacteria into the affected environment
- Prevents infections
Increase your pets natural resistance to infection
The spray is enriched with healthy 'good' probiotic bacteria sourced from plants. These helpful probiotics work in a safe and mechanical way. They inhibit, push back and replace the potentially harmful (pathogenic) bacteria that cause infections until there is no further pathogenic activity in the wound. This reduces the risk of bacterial infection, promotes healing and can also reduce the need for antibiotics.
Cleaning wounds with our pet wound cleaner spray reduces the risk of potentially dangerous infections such as MRSA in pets. Staphylococci bacteria occur naturally on the skin around your pet’s nose, ears and anus. They do not usually damage healthy skin providing they stay outside of the body. However, they can cause serious infections including Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) if they enter the body via wounds or eczema.
In addition, this LUCAA+ Probiotic Pet Wound Care does not cause harmful bacteria to mutate and
develop resistance (antimicrobial resistance). This helps to protect the effectiveness of antibiotics.
This natural spray is suitable for dogs and cats as well as other pets. Always check with your vet if in any doubt.
Wear gloves and use clean dressings. Shave the hair around the wound.
Clean the wound with warm water and gently remove any scabs. Dab carefully to dry.
Shake bottle before use. Close the wound if necessary, then lightly spray with LUCAA+ Probiotic Pet Wound Care. Apply a non-stick dressing or bandage if required. Use twice daily until the wound shows signs of healing, then reduce to once daily.
IMPORTANT: Always consult a vet if in doubt or if symptoms persist.