Should I use LACTANIMO SPRAY for my horse?
Skin problems in horses and ponies are some of the most frustrating things to manage for both owner and veterinarian. Many skin diseases have a complex cause so a one-treatment-fits-all does not exist.
Yet there is often a constant factor in many skin problems: a damaged skin barrier and flora (microbiome). It is therefore necessary to treat the underlying cause of the problem while ALSO restoring the skin flora and skin barrier. The latter is done with the LACTANIMO SPRAY.
LACTANIMO SPRAY is a good choice to support horses
- after a treatment with antibiotics or antiseptics to restore the skin flora
- with sensitive or itchy skin;
- with mud fever, eczema and thrush.
How does LACTANIMO SPRAY work?
The skin of a horse is the largest organ of the body and has a very important role as a protective shield between the body and the outside world. The skin of horses is covered by billions of benign little creatures such as bacteria, viruses and fungi.
This army of good soldiers is called the microbiome of the skin (1,2).
When the good soldiers become weak, bad bacteria can penetrate and damage the skin. An unbalanced skin microbiome is an important risk factor in the development of mud fever, eczema, thrush and other skin disorders (1-5).
(1) Hoffmann Rodrigues A, 2017
(2) Hakanen E et al., 2017
(3) Marsella R & De Benedetto A, 2017
(4) L.A. Devriese
(5) Petrov K & Dicks L, 2013
List of ingredients
Danger, extremely flammable aerosol. Pressurized container: may burst due to heat. Do not pierce or burn, even after use. Keep away from heat, sparks, open flames, hot surfaces. No smoking. Protect from sunlight. Do not expose to a temperature higher than 50°C. Do not spray on an open flame or any other source of ignition. Keep out of reach of children. Store preferably at 4 -25°C. Use in well ventilated areas. Do not spray towards the eyes. Avoid prolonged spraying and inhalation. Use only according to the recommended use.
How should I use the LACTANIMO SPRAY
Spray twice a day (2 sec) from 20 cm distance for at least two weeks.
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Horse with recurring mud fever.
Kiaro is the only horse in the stable with this issue, so it is not related to stable management or humid conditions in the field. After one month LACTANIMO the skin has healed and remains strong and healthy. No relapse.
- Veterinarian Valérie De Clerck
on Oct 1, 2021
Horse with a chronic wound at the level of the tuber coxae. The wound had been present for over a year. The owner applied different creams to heal the wound, but without success. No antibiotics were used to treat the wound.
After three weeks of LACTANIMO SPRAY, the wound has healed with only some scar tissue remaining.
- Veterinarian Yves from DAP Artem Curandi
on July 12, 2021
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