GOAT’S MILK IS HIGHLY NUTRITIOUS, LOVED BY DOGS AND IS GREAT FOR THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM.
Around the globe, goat’s milk is consumed far more than cow’s milk. Goats are smaller, easier to keep, and require far less space and feed than cows. Plus, goats will thrive on food that cows won’t touch. But there is much more to goat’s milk than the fact that goats are easier to keep.
What Makes Goat’s Milk Good?
Goat's milk is high in medium-chain fatty acids. This is important because these are not stored as body fat and provide an energy boost. They are linked to the prevention of heart disease and the treatment of many intestinal conditions while lowering cholesterol and increasing levels of good cholesterol
Goat milk is anti-inflammatory due to the unique enzymatic make-up that helps soothe inflammation in the gut. Goat milk is rich in protein, which contributes to the overall growth and development of the body.
Goat’s milk is highly nutritious, containing protein, fatty acids, vitamins, minerals, and trace elements. In addition, goat’s milk is slightly higher in calcium, potassium, niacin, and vitamin A than cow’s milk. The fat globules in raw goat’s milk are smaller than those in raw cow’s milk, making the milk more easily digested.
Most dogs don’t tolerate cow’s milk well at all, developing gastrointestinal problems that can include vomiting, diarrhea, gas, bloating. and other issues. This is why most experts don’t recommend adding milk to a dog’s diet, whether puppies or adult dogs.
But for many dogs, goat’s milk doesn’t cause the same problems—and in fact, can act as a nutritional supplement, especially to a home-cooked or raw food diet. In addition, many dog breeders will offer nursing puppies a formula based on goat’s milk rather than cow’s milk.
Mix it up: Just add water to create your own nourishing broth - serve as a warming treat, or pour over it over raw / dehydrated raw.
1 Jar will make up to 15 Cups of Fresh Milk