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Zinc taken orally has a marvellous rapid healing effect on the skin. It should be taken regularly every day. It also acts as a preventive. Scientists have found it even prevents the malarial parasite from entering the skin.
Zinc is very much associated with protein foods. Thus, you may assume that most foods high in zinc are protein-rich as well.
The best sources of zinc include beef, lamb, pork, crabmeat, turkey, chicken, lobster, clams and salmon.
If you are a vegetarian, you will most probably intake less zinc that those who have meat-based diets.
Wikipedia says - When there is adequate zinc in the soil, the food plants that contain the most zinc are wheat (germ and bran) and various seeds (sesame, poppy, alfalfa, celery, mustard). Zinc is also found in beans, nuts, almonds, whole grains, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds and blackcurrants.
Good zinc food sources aside from meats are dairy products such as milk and cheese, yeast, peanuts, beans, and wholegrain cereals, brown rice, whole wheat bread, potato and yogurt. Of all these vegetarian zinc foods, pumpkin seeds offer one of the most concentrated non-meat food sources of zinc.

Recommended Daily Allowance: The RDA of 3 mg for infants, 10 mg for children, and 10-15 mg for adults is suggested. Growing children, pregnant and lactating women need more.
A dog would probably need as much as a human infant

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Anonymous

I got a pup from the street which was about 2 weeks old. After about 4 weeks I noticed that he was having mange. The vet suggested that I use scaboma which I did for about 2 weeks. However, there was no improvement. I searched the web and came across listerine and baby oil. This worked like magic. I about 5 days the fur started to grow. Now he is completely cured. I am grateful to the person who put this on the web.

Anonymous

I got a pup from the street which was about 2 weeks old. After about 4 weeks I noticed that he was having mange. The vet suggested that I use scaboma which I did for about 2 weeks. However, there was no improvement. I searched the web and came across listerine and baby oil. This worked like magic. After about 5 days the fur started to grow. Now he is completely cured. I am grateful to the person who put this on the web.

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