Pet Dental Spray Fosters Better Dental Health
LUCAA+ Probiotic Pet Dental Care is a simple to use mouth spray that makes dental care easier and fosters better dental health.
It is enriched with beneficial ‘good’ probiotic bacteria, naturally sourced from plants. It has a delicious, natural chicken flavour that animals love.
The helpful probiotics quickly restore healthy microflora balance to the mouth. They clean teeth and gums at a microbial level and inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria.
This reduces plaque and tartar build up and bad breath, as well as the risk of inflammation and periodontal disease.
- Vegan, plant-based, eco-friendly and chemical-free.
- Cleans teeth, tooth sockets and gums.
- Can reduce the need for costly dental cleaning.
Dental Spray for Dogs that Reduces Inflammation, Plaque, Tartar and Bad Breath
An imbalanced microflora in the mouth produces an unpleasant smell and bad breath. This can be an early sign of gum inflammation, but may also indicate a more serious health condition.
The build-up of plaque and tartar in the gums, teeth and tooth sockets is the leading cause of dental problems in animals.
Dental plaque promotes the growth of harmful bacteria and can lead to periodontal disease. It also causes red, inflamed gums that bleed easily and can reduce appetite.
This spray is an ideal dental spray for dogs plaque. If your dog suffers from plaque, this spray will help to reduce the problem. It is also beneficial for cats or other pets with similar dental problems.
When dental plaque reacts with the calcium in the saliva it creates tartar. Tartar presents as a yellow-brown layer of discolouration on the teeth. It increases inflammation beneath the gums until the teeth loosen. Plaque must be removed on a daily basis to prevent tartar formation.
Shake all our pet dental care products before use. LUCAA+ Probiotic Pet Dental Care Spray lightly once or twice a day into the mouth. Use a pipette if preferred. For best results ensure tartar is first removed by a vet – particularly in older animals.
IMPORTANT: Always consult a vet if in doubt or if symptoms persist.