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Goat Milk for Pets

Raw Goat Milk for Pets

Raw Goat Milk for Pets

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This product is frozen so it can only be home delivered in our local delivery area.

Looking for the ultimate in healthy pet food that is full of all the essential vitamins and minerals to maintain your pets health?

Look no further……goats milk is the most complete, natural and nourishing food source that enhances your pet’s diet….add it to your pet’s food or serve it alone.
Suitable for cats and dogs at all ages.

Goats Milk…….
* Builds healthy bones
* Support a healthy metabolism and hormone regulation
* Is a natural antihistamine
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Is a anti inflammatory super food
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Support a well functioning digestive system
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Maintains eye health and cell function
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Promotes overall health and wellbeing
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Provides amino acids needed to support a healthy body
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Excellent source of Calcium, Vitamins A & B, Protein, Potassium,  Phosphorus,  Magnesium 

Suggested Feeding Programme:

  • Nursing Animals: Daily dose of goats milk for mum from birthing onwards to maintain calcium levels.
  • Kittens / Puppies: At around 4 weeks onwards the puppies / kittens can be offered a bowl of watered down warmed goats milk on its own or mixed with yoghurt.
  • All other Fur babies: Goat milk can be offered on a daily basis before as a supplement to their daily meals
    • Extra-Small Doggo (Under 2.5kg): Offer 1/3 cup of goat milk on a daily basis as a supplement your dogs daily meal intake
    • Small Doggo (2.5kg – 10kg): Offer 1/3 cup of goat milk on a daily basis as a supplement your dogs daily meal intake
    • Medium Doggo  (10kg – 18kg): Offer 1/4 cup of goat milk on a daily basis as a supplement your dogs daily meal intake
    • Large Doggo (18kg +): Offer 1/2 cup of goat milk on a daily basis as a supplement your dogs daily meal intake
    • Kitty Cat: Offer 1/3 cup of goat milk on a daily basis as a supplement your cats daily meal intake

NOTE: Offer watered down goats milk for the first 2 weeks of starting to use our goat milk for the first time.

Storage:

It can take time for your fur baby’s digestive system to adapt to added nutrients in goat milk so it is important to transition gradually to reduce the chance of them having an upset stomach.

We recommend storing the milk frozen for up to 6 months or once defrosted keep in the fridge for up to a week

Read our informative blogs on how goat milk can enhance your pets health and benefits of raw food for dogs and cats.

Nutritional Breakdown:
These % can vary from time to time due to change in diet, pasture etc

One cup of goat milk contains approximately 69 Calories

Total Fat 4.1g (6%)
Saturated fat 2.7g (13%)
Polyunsaturated fat 0.1g
Monounsaturated fat 1.1g
Potassium 204mg (5%)
Total Carbohydrate 4.5g (1%)
Protein 3.6g  (7%)
Vitamin A – 3%
Vitamin C – 2%
Calcium – 13%
Vitamin D – 12%
Magnesium – 3%


WARNING
Please consult your veterinarian about interactions between medications your pets are taking and nutritional supplements. Do not feed to pregnant animals as any milk during pregnancy may cause pre-and post eclampsia.

NOT INTENDED FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION

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