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Fauna Care First Impressions & Giveaway

October 30, 2020
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Fauna Care is a company whose “mission is to help provide the finest care possible to all of our furry, fuzzy, and scaly friends.”  They offer an array of products designed to help owners care for their beloved animal family members.  Fauna Care’s products are backed by science, and receive rave reviews from both pet owners and veterinarians alike (review link contains some graphic pictures of injured animals, digression advised)With the cold weather fast approaching, at least in my neck of the woods, Fauna Care products would make a useful addition to any animal first aid kit.

Fauna Care’s product line currently features four unique products designed for household pets, and five for horses Not having horses myself, today I’m going to focus on telling you a little bit more about each product in Fauna Care’s pet line.  We received our Fauna Care products for free.  As always, opinions expressed are our own.  Paw Print Pet Blog strives to only share products we feel comfortable using on our own pets.

Silver Spray:  Fauna Care’s Silver Spray is comprised of silver in a zinc oxide and dimethicone base.  It’s recommended for use on abrasions, hot spots, cuts, and for general wound and skin care.  Silver and zinc are both known for their abilities to kill both bacteria and fungi.  This product also promotes healing by creating a moisture barrier over wounds or otherwise damaged skin.

Anti-Fungal Spray:  Ketoconazole in a zinc oxide and dimethicone base helps to fight against fungal skin conditions.  This product is recommended for treating thrush and ringworm.  Although it doesn’t mention yeast, I’m going to for sure be trying this product on Kitsune’s yeasty paws.

First Aid Spray: This spray contains both Bacitracin and zinc, which help fight infections and protect your pet’s skin.  Recommended for use on wounds, cuts, and scrapes, this spray would be a great addition to every pet owners’ first aid kit!

Protect & Condition Spray: Last, but by no means least, Fauna Care’s Protect & Condition spray contains dimethicone in a petrolalum base.  It is designed to protect and sooth sensitive skin.  It’s recommended for use on hot spots, skin irritations, and dermatitis.  It moisturizes while protecting, and while this use wasn’t listed on the Fauna Care website, I’m planning on trying this particular spray to sooth my dogs’ paws after they come inside from walking out in the snow, ice, and salt.

I love that all of Fauna Care’s products come as convent sprays!  There’s no messing with fussy applicators, and applying these products is totally touch free.  As Fauna Care points out on their website, some of the conditions these sprays are designed to treat can be painful.  Using a spray to treat them makes the process totally touch free, so you can treat your pet without having to touch an already sensitive, potentially painful, area.

I haven’t had much time to test Fauna Care products on my own pups yet, but I can say that the spray bottles we received work well.  They spray gently, without any clogs.  To test the bottles I sprayed a bit of the First Aid spray onto a spot on my own skin that was a bit irritated.  These products are not intended for use on humans, but they did feel very soothing.  I also noted that, at least the First Aid spray that I tried on myself, seemed to be at least somewhat waterproof.  It didn’t wash off easily with just water, which I think is a good thing when it comes to dogs who may be running around outside in wet weather.  The product did, however, come right off easily as soon as I used soap.

Fauna Care’s products are designed by science, and undergo rigorous testing to ensure that the ingredients they use are not only safe, but also highly effective.  Of course no pet owner ever wants their animal friend to get hurt, but I’m excited to be able to include these products in my first aid kit.  Especially, as I mentioned above, now that the cold weather is upon us.  My Kitsune especially has sensitive skin and paws, with some minor skin conditions that often seem to be exacerbated by the cold, dry winter weather.

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  • Reply Kamira Gayle October 30, 2020 at 9:18 pm

    I don’t have dogs however do appreciate that this product is tested to be safe and effective. Spray application is so much easier than other methods. This Fauna Care pack makes for a great gift for the upcoming holiday season too.

    • Reply Michelle & The Paw Pack October 30, 2020 at 9:37 pm

      Fauna Care products are not just for dogs! 🙂 If you can stomach their review section, they have an amazing before/after written by a vet that features a kitten, as well as some additional reviews from cat owners. They also have a line of products specifically for horses. It would make a great gift for sure! Thanks for your comment.

  • Reply Ruth Epstein October 30, 2020 at 9:25 pm

    All the products look amazing and have saved the link to go back to it, I use a similar product to the silver one and its awesome so for definite will check them out.

    • Reply Michelle & The Paw Pack October 30, 2020 at 9:40 pm

      I only learned about the brand recently but I’m going to for sure keep them stocked in my first aid kit! I noticed they currently have a 50% off coupon code on their website, which is awesome. Thanks so much for your comment.

  • Reply Jana Rade October 31, 2020 at 7:17 pm

    These products definitely sound interesting. We don’t have skin issues with my dog and I’ve been using Vetericin that works fine. But I’ll get these on my radar.

    • Reply Michelle & The Paw Pack November 1, 2020 at 8:50 pm

      I’ve used Vetericyn before, but I actually think I’m liking the Fauna Care products more. So far, in my limited trial run with Fauna Care, I’ve found that it tends to stay on a lot longer than Vetericyn. Fauna Care contains ingredients that kill bacteria and fungus but also other ingredients that coat, moisturizer, and protect the skin. I think that could be really helpful, depending perhaps on what ailment you’re treating.

  • Reply Rebecca Sanchez November 1, 2020 at 5:37 pm

    The silver spray sounds like something I’ve been looking for for quite some time. I’m definitely going to get it! Thanks for sharing these products with me, I really appreciate it.

    • Reply Michelle & The Paw Pack November 1, 2020 at 8:51 pm

      I’m glad the post was helpful! The silver spray in particular is definitely awesome. I’m going to make sure to keep it in stock in my pet first aid kit now.

  • Reply Beth November 1, 2020 at 8:45 pm

    These sound like great additions to my dogs’ first aid kit!

    • Reply Michelle & The Paw Pack November 1, 2020 at 8:52 pm

      For sure! My Kitsune has a lot of allergies that sometimes cause skin issues, so I’m really glad to have these in stock. Thanks for your comment.

  • Reply Sweet Purrfections November 1, 2020 at 10:32 pm

    Interesting product. I read one of your comments above about a vet using them on kittens.

    • Reply Michelle & The Paw Pack November 2, 2020 at 10:47 am

      Yes! I only have dogs, so wasn’t able to take any pictures featuring cats, but I did read reviews from cat owners who recommend the Fauna Care products too 🙂

  • Reply The Dash Kitten Crew November 1, 2020 at 11:39 pm

    I really like the Protect and Condition spray. At this time of year when temperatures plummet a dog’s paws need protection. Their approach certainly seems more holistic than many et companies are.

    • Reply Michelle & The Paw Pack November 2, 2020 at 10:48 am

      Right? I’m kind of excited to see how the Protect & Condition spray works on Kit’s paws this winter. He’s always had super sensitive paws, the cold and especially road salt seems to bother him more so than other dogs I’ve known.

  • Reply Darlene Carbajal November 4, 2020 at 10:37 am

    The protect and condition!

  • Reply Tony Platz November 4, 2020 at 8:22 pm

    The Protect amd Condition I am interested in .

  • Reply Cassandra D November 6, 2020 at 11:46 pm

    I would use any of the Fauna Care products to treat a specific condition.
    I would use Protect and Condition.

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