Dog care


All dog owners will, at some point, experience their dog getting injured, resulting in a break in the skin and a larger or smaller wound, scratch, or bite. Many superficial wounds, scratches, and bites can generally be treated well at home.

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Good advice for dogs

Five good tips you can use if your dog gets a superficial wound, scratch, or bite:

  1. Trim the fur around the wound to expose the area so you can see it clearly.
  2. Rinse the wound with water to remove foreign objects, dirt, and other particles. Use regular lukewarm tap water as it is more comfortable. Avoid rubbing the wound when cleaning it; instead, rinse it.
  3. Disinfect the area with a cleansing product that doesn’t contain soap or chlorhexidine, as these can irritate the wound and impede healing. Disinfect the area 1-3 times daily.
  4. Prevent the dog from licking the wound. Use a collar or cover the wound with a pet bandage. On the legs, you can use a bandage, a sock, or a dressing. If applying a dressing, ensure it protects the wound from dirt. It’s crucial for the dressing to stay in place. Some dogs may try to remove or chew the dressing, in which case a collar might be necessary.
  5. Protect the bandage during walks by covering it with a plastic bag or “boot” to keep it dry. If the bandage gets wet, replace it immediately. Always remember to protect the bandage in wet weather.

Check the wound daily. Assess the wound or scratch daily. If healing is progressing, the wound will decrease in size, and any redness or swelling will lessen. If you see signs of infection, such as redness, warmth, or tenderness, contact your veterinarian. In most cases, daily disinfection and protecting the wound with a bandage or dressing will promote good and quick healing.

Bacxitium is effective for:

  • Disinfection and cleansing of wounds, scratches, and bites
  • Fighting infections in wounds, scratches, bites, abscesses, and burns
  • Reducing irritation in skin from rashes, hot spots, eczema, allergies, redness, and swelling
  • Daily cleansing of eyes and ears
  • Adding to bandages/plasters after surgery
  • Combatting biofilm in wounds

Bacxitium usage:

  • Can be used for all mammals
  • Suitable for all skin types
  • Safe to use; water-based with natural active ingredients, also produced in the immune system
  • Supports the natural healing process
  • Contains no steroids or antibiotics; resistance is not a concern
  • Free from doping agents; can be used before, during, and after competitions
  • Non-stinging as it contains no alcohol
  • No risk of overdosing as Bacxitium only contains natural active ingredients
  • Easy to apply via spray

This makes Bacxitium versatile for various applications in wound care and skin health across different mammals.

Bacxitium® cleans and treats wounds and skin disorders by swiftly killing harmful bacteria, viruses, and spores using its natural active ingredient, Chloranol. This compound, produced naturally in the immune systems of all mammals, targets and dissolves the cell membranes of harmful bacteria. Within minutes, this leads to the rupturing of these cells through osmolysis. This daily action effectively eliminates harmful bacteria and supports the natural healing process. Bacxitium is safe for use on your skin, your pet, and is environmentally friendly as it is free from steroids and antibiotics.

Treatment with Bacxitium is straightforward:

  1. Trim the fur around the wound to expose the area clearly.
  2. Rinse the wound with water to remove foreign objects such as dirt. Lukewarm tap water is recommended for comfort. Avoid rubbing the wound; instead, gently rinse it. For heavily soiled wounds, Bacxitium wound rinse spray, designed for wound cleansing, can be used effectively.
  3. Apply Bacxitium spray to the wound 1-3 times daily for 10-14 days. Improvement in wound healing will be noticeable within a few days due to daily disinfection with Bacxitium. Do not rinse off after application.
  4. Apply a plaster/dressing to the wound if possible to protect it from external bacteria and support healing. Bacxitium active plasters are recommended for this purpose. These plasters serve a dual function: they protect against external bacteria and allow for easy disinfection of the wound with Bacxitium 1-3 times daily through the delivery hole in the plaster.

Frequently asked questions


We answer a variety of frequently asked questions regarding our products and their usage.

Yes, Bacxitium® is a wound and skin care product series developed for all animals.

Bacxitium® is used for disinfecting wounds, cuts, bites, and other skin conditions. This reduces the bacterial level in the wound/skin and supports the natural healing process.

Bacxitium® is used for disinfecting wounds, cuts, bites, and other skin conditions. This reduces the bacterial level in the wound/skin and supports the natural healing process.

We recommend spraying 1-3 times daily for typically 7-14 days or until the wound/skin has healed. The more often you apply Bacxitium®, the more you will see its effects. If the condition worsens, stop the treatment and seek assistance from a veterinarian.

Why is Bacxitium so effective?


Bacxitium® effectively eliminates 99.99% of harmful bacteria, viruses, spores, and fungi from the body in just 2 minutes. Bacxitium uses the active ingredient hypochlorous acid, which through the process of osmolysis, ruptures bacteria within 2 minutes. This active ingredient is also produced by the animal’s own immune system to eliminate harmful bacteria, hence we call it the body’s own care. Bacxitium® is completely alcohol-free but is effective, gentle, and painless to use.

How should I use Bacxitium?


Bacxitium® is not only effective and natural but also easy to use in a busy everyday life. We offer a range of solutions including sprays, gels, ointments, and high-pressure sprays, all designed to make your daily routine as convenient and efficient as possible.

Where can I find the nearest dealer?

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