Natural, Vegan Spray Strengthens Hooves and Increases Resilience to Infection
Probiotic Horse Hoof Care 300ml Push Spray
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Improves Hoof Health and Resilience
LUCAA+ Probiotic Horse Hoof Care improves hoof cleanliness and health, which helps maintain the overall well-being of the horse.
The spray is enriched with beneficial ‘good’ probiotic bacteria, naturally sourced from plants. These helpful probiotics strengthen and protect the hooves by restoring a healthy, microbial balance. They inhibit harmful bacteria and reduce the risk of bacterial and fungal infections (thrush) from developing.
- Fosters healthier hoof condition.
- Reduces the risk of bacterial and fungal (thrush) infections.
- Chemical-free, vegan and naturally sourced from plants.
Strengthens and Cleans to Minimise Risk of Thrush
Horses’ hooves are made of a tough protein called keratin. However, proper hoof care is essential. This is because hooves are vulnerable to injury from constant contact with the ground.
Bacteria penetrating the hooves can cause the fungal infection thrush. Untreated thrush can have serious consequences for the horse: the hoof can rot and become black, soft and foul-smelling, especially around the steel quarries. This specific unpleasant smell is often how vets and farriers diagnose thrush.
Many hoof care products contain harsh, chemical ingredients that can push harmful bacteria to develop resistance to standard treatments. This fuels the rising problem of antimicrobial resistance (AMR). In contrast, LUCAA+ Probiotic Horse Hoof Care works in a safe, natural and mechanical way. It does not contribute to AMR and can help reduce antibiotic requirements.
Clean and dry the hooves thoroughly. Shake before use. Spray LUCAA+ Probiotic Horse Hoof Care lightly onto the hooves. Repeat three times a week for best results. It is important to regularly trim the hooves and keep the radius grooves clean and ensure the horse has a dry shelter.
IMPORTANT: Always consult a vet if in doubt or if symptoms persist. Read our Open Letter to Vets for further information.