Why Goat Milk
Raw goat milk is easy for dogs to digest and is packed with essential vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, and enzymes. The enzymes in raw goat milk aid the digestion process, making goat milk more tolerable for your dog to digest than cow's milk. Fermenting goat milk provides even greater nutritional value.
Benefits of Goat Milk
- Better Digestion
- Healthier Coat
- Immune Boasting
- Low in Glucose
Primal Goat Milk
A nutrient-rich hydration option that’s packed with vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, and more—the “universal milk”! Suitable for dogs or cats.
- Blend of three beneficial microorganisms deliver 5 billion CFUs per ounce
- Added probiotics for digestive support
- Excellent source of moisture
Primal Raw Goat Milk is a great tool to help with digestion, but it also helps pets obtain their daily need for moisture. Dogs' and cats' bodies are about 65% moisture and unlike humans, they are designed to obtain the majority of their water from the foods they eat
Raw Goat Milk, Dried Lactobacillus lactis fermentation product, Dried Lactobacillus acidophilus fermentation product, Dried Enterococcus faecium fermentation product, Inulin, Organic Turmeric (color), Organic Ginger, Organic Cinnamon.
How to Defrost
Primal Raw Goat Milk is sold frozen and should be stored in the freezer prior to use. Bottles should be placed in the refrigerator to defrost 24 hours prior to using.
Product will last 10 days after being thawed, or 1 year frozen.
How much goats milk should I give my dog?
For dogs under 20 pounds, serve them 2 oz of goat milk a day. For dogs between 20-40 pounds, serve them 4 oz of goat milk a day. For dogs between 50-80 pounds, feed them 8 oz of goat milk a day.