Zinpro Supplement
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Dogs need zinc for healthy coats and normal pigmentation of the coat hair. Zinpro is a patented organic source of zinc for animals. Zinpro is made by linking the amino acid Methionine with zinc to form a structure that can be absorbed directly into the bloodstream. Zinc serves two broad function; Enzyme Function (necessary for a strong immune system and good digestion), and Protein Synthesis (cell reproduction in skin, coat, footpads, and nails which consist of mostly protein). Zinpro is not a drug. It causes no side effects and is not toxic. .
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Reader's Reviews (2)
Rating: 5

Great product!

posted 6 years ago

If your dog develops signs of zinc deficiency (eg., redness and scaling around the mouth and nose), try boosting its zinc intake using Zinpro products.

Pros: for zinc deficient breeds

Cons: none

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