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LUCAA+ Allergy-Free is a preventative spray that significantly reduces atopic symptoms caused by environmental and seasonal allergies in companion animals. It works in a natural way to improve symptoms including itchy skin, excessive scratching, hot spots, rashes and flaky skin.
LUCAA+ Allergy-Free contains beneficial, probiotic ‘good’ bacteria, naturally sourced from plants. These helpful probiotics restore natural and healthy microbial balance to the skin, called a healthy microbiome.
This spray is eco-friendly, non-polluting and chemical-free. It is suitable for use indoors and outdoors.
Atopic allergies in pets are increasing and are triggered by dust mite faeces, pollen, mould spores and chemicals. Dust mites live in house dust and fabric-covered surfaces such as curtains and bedding. They produce droppings around twenty times a day, which can trigger uncomfortable reactions.
Household cleaning products can contain chemicals that significantly impact the health of pets.
For animals with severe allergies, a broader approach may be required. The Pet Allergy Management Pack includes probiotic shampoo and chemical-free cleaning products to create a healthier living environment. This protects the animal more fully and reduces allergic triggers in their kennels, homes and in cars. Contact us for more information.
Ensure the animal is as clean as possible for best results. Shake before use. Spray LUCAA+ Allergy-Free directly onto the coat and brush through gently to ensure an even application. Depending on severity and the size of the animal – apply twice daily for the first few days then reduce to one, then reduce as required.
It is beneficial to spray on any exposed skin areas – and to spray the animal’s living and sleeping environment, including bedding. Always consult a vet if in doubt or symptoms persist.
Veterinary Recommendation for Using LUCAA+ Allergy-Free Spray:
“Regarding application, I use your guidelines but would add that priority should go to contact and hairless areas of the dog’s body; so paws, tummy, groin, armpits and ears (hairless area often exposed to environmental allergens) and any skin folds that a specific patient may have e.g. around the vulva or on the face as with most brachycephalic breeds.
For a rule of thumb, we would say two applications per day for the first few days then reducing to one, then reducing to ‘as needed’.
How much to spray on each time is again dependent on the severity of the condition (& size of dog). There is about 200 sprays from each 300ml bottle so there is no need for the owner to hold back (and no negative effect from the sprays).
So, 4-5 sprays on each side of a lab size animal would result in 2 applications per day for, say, 4 days (80 sprays); followed by 1 application per day for 4 days (40 sprays); leaving a third of the container left for ‘as required’ applications.”