Cloudy prozinc

Discussion in 'Prozinc / PZI' started by Holly1988, Feb 28, 2018.

  1. Holly1988

    Holly1988 New Member

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    Lately I've notice my prozinc is looking a little cloudy. Not sure whats going on. Started using it around January 19th.
     
  2. Rachel

    Rachel Well-Known Member

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    Does it have any floaties in it or anything? I want to say Prozinc is a bit cloudy...but it's been years since I've had any in the house. Do you roll it gently before using?
     
  3. Holly1988

    Holly1988 New Member

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    Yes. Always roll it. No floaties. It could of always been cloudy and im just focusing on it now too....just wanted to make sure its not going bad.
     
  4. Kris & Teasel

    Kris & Teasel Well-Known Member

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    ProZinc is supposed to be cloudy if it's gently mixed. It settles out if it sits undisturbed. Anything that looks like little chunks or clumps is a sign that it's spoiled.
     
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  5. Holly1988

    Holly1988 New Member

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    Thank you! My buddy Jax is down to .4u after a food change!
     
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  6. Rachel

    Rachel Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Kris! I thought so but its been so many years that I honestly couldn't recall!!!
     
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  7. srk4cats

    srk4cats Well-Known Member

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    Yep, mine is cloudy, too.
     
  8. MayL

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    My new bottle of prozinc was clear with a white clump at the bottom and after rolling it gently for awhile it became cloudy and the clump for the most part looks likes it's gone. I think that's okay and not spoil?
     
  9. Rachel

    Rachel Well-Known Member

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    Not sure about the clump...but it should be cloudy after rolling gently. My guess is it's fine. You say you just got it?
     
  10. MayL

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    Yes, the clump went away last night after gently rolling it and it's still gone today. I called the manufacturer of Prozinc and the customer service person answered and consulted with his supervisor and they both decided it was best I return the bottle to Costco Pharmacy (where I got it from about two weeks ago). I am not so confident that they knew much about the product and just figured it's the safest answer to give me. Also, because I didn't buy it from a licensed vet clinic there is nothing else they can do to help me. They can't guarantee a product from Costco :(

    I wonder if this is true if I buy from online stores as well? Has anyone else experienced a manufacturer saying things are out of their hands when purchased from certain stores? Thanks!
     

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