Zinpro Zinc Supplement
Customers often report seeing improvements in their pet’s coat within a few weeks. In a recent study, canines fed from ZinPro Performance Minerals scored higher in coat quality compared to those that received the control mineral. Over 13% increase in coat quality. Over 17% increase in fur density.
- Chronic hair loss
- Dull coats
- Dry flaky skin
- Itchy conditions
- Dogs that are prone to hot spots and rashes
- Skin conditions that have been diagnosed as allergic reactions
- Skin scabs on the abdomen, thighs, testicles
- Poor footpad and nail quality, such as brittle nails, and cracking footpads
- Dogs with and excess of skin wrinkles that tend to develop a wet skin condition in these wrinkled areas such as Shar Pei, Bulldogs, Pekinese
- Skin issues in northern breeds such as Siberian Huskies, Labrador Retrievers and Saint Bernards
ZINPRO® (zinc methionine complex) is a nutritional feed ingredient for animals that contains organic zinc. The trace mineral zinc is required by animals for numerous functions including: immunity, reproduction, skin and hoof integrity, muscle development, milk production and eggshell quality. In addition, when an animal has the proper balance of organic trace minerals it is better able to cope with the challenging effects of stress.
ZINPRO, from Zinpro Performance Minerals®, is built on a unique, patented molecule that consists of one metal ion bound to one amino acid ion – called a metal specific amino acid complex. Zinpro Performance Minerals are the most bioavailable trace minerals on the market, which means more of the minerals are absorbed by the animal to deliver their full benefit. For 45 years, Zinpro Performance Minerals have delivered positive animal performance responses and a strong return on investment in operations around the world.
Feeding Directions: Feed 1 level tablespoon (approximately 10 gms) per 50 lb (22 kg) of body weight daily. This should be top-dressed or mixed with food daily. For larger breeds, give multiples of 1 tablespoon per 50 lb (22 kg) of body weight daily. The above doses achieve a dose rate of approximately 15-20 mg of elemental zinc from zinc methionine per 20 lb (10 kg) of dog. With the advice of your veterinarian, feed Boréal Zinc Supplement at double the above dosage for the initial 28 days or during periods of stress.
Guaranteed Analysis: Brewers Yeast, Menhaden Fish Meal, Flaxseed, Palm Oil, Zinc Methionine, Garlic Powder, Vitamin E Supplement, Biotin Supplement.