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Brand name:GLUZIN PET
Actual name:Zinc Gluconate
Quantity Discounts:$22.99 (Buy 2-4)
$21.99 (Buy 5+)
Product availability:In Stock
Item# gluzinpet25

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DIRECTIONS: As a dietary supplement, take one capsule daily. There are no restrictions on food, beverages, or activity while taking Gluzin™ unless otherwise directed by your veterinarian. Please consult your veterinarian for proper dosing and monitoring regimens.


Here at extreme V™ we have only one thing on our minds: providing our customers with the highest quality, purest natural supplements their PETs need to replenish, renew and revitalize.

Zinc is one of the essential minerals that are supplemented in today’s commercial diets for dogs and cats. There are several different factors that effect the absorption of zinc from the diet. Zinc deficiencies do occur, most commonly as zinc responsive dermatosis particularly in the northern breeds including malamutes and huskies. Zinc toxicity rarely occurs but overdosing can lead to problems with calcium absorption. Some young puppies and pregnant dogs, as well as performance dogs, or animals with skin problems, may require more supplemental zinc than is being fed in the diet.

Zinc deficiency

Zinc deficiency in the dog most commonly occurs as a skin condition that is called ‘zinc responsive dermatosis.’ The disease is divided into two different syndromes. One affects huskies and malamutes and the other affects puppies on zinc-deficient diets or diets that are over-supplemented with calcium. Malamutes and huskies have a difficult time absorbing zinc, and if they are stressed or fed a diet high in plant sources or high in calcium they may develop this condition. The usual symptoms are hair loss, and scaling and crusting of the skin around the face, head, and legs. Lesions often encircle the mouth, chin, eyes, and ears. The foot pads may be scaly and the haircoat is dull and dry. Puppies fed a deficient diet may also show these symptoms but may also be lethargic, anorexic, and be prone to secondary infections. Diagnosis is usually made by history, physical exam, and response to zinc supplementation. Zinc supplement usually resolves these symptoms within several weeks.
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Allergenic ingredients: No sugar, no starch, no artificial flavors, no preservatives, sodium free, no wheat, no gluten, no corn, no soy, no dairy, yeast free, no lactose.
extreme V™ is absolutely committed to maintaining the highest quality products and the utmost integrity in business practices.

Notice: The products and information found on are not intended to replace professional medical advice or treatment. extreme V™ urges you to seek the advice of a qualified professional for any health concern lasting more than two weeks, and to share with your provider any information pertaining to your health and well-being, including the use of supplemental nutrition.

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure of prevent any disease.