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Old 09-13-2017, 10:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
 

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I was on the search for goats milk cheaper than primals raw goats milk and this lady told me her sister went to vet school and said big dogs like pit bulls shouldn't have milk after weened since it could calcify their bones.
How much of that is true? My 1 year and 7 month male pitbull is 75 pounds and has had one serving of goats milk for the first time today.

What has been your experience with goats milk did it harm the dog after a long time of use?

I am using goats milk to help with his allergies. Recommended dosage is 8 ounces a day. I have done 2 oz today to get him used to it.
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Old 09-15-2017, 02:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Goats milk isn't the same as cows milk.
When I had a farmers market near my house I got goats milk for Ecko and he did very well on it. I've also purchased frozen from my local pet store.
So unless a legitimate vet tells you otherwise...
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I found the same my dog is growing well and and healthy vet said he flew with flying colours on the check up, heart skin blood work muscle mass fat content etc where all top notch. Same as my older girl


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I was on the search for goats milk cheaper than primals raw goats milk and this lady told me her sister went to vet school and said big dogs like pit bulls shouldn't have milk after weened since it could calcify their bones.
How much of that is true? My 1 year and 7 month male pitbull is 75 pounds and has had one serving of goats milk for the first time today.

What has been your experience with goats milk did it harm the dog after a long time of use?

I am using goats milk to help with his allergies. Recommended dosage is 8 ounces a day. I have done 2 oz today to get him used to it.
I use ultra 24

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ultra 24 looks more like puppy formula. Goats milk is good to supplement mamma's milk, but we were talking about young adult and adult dogs in this thread.
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Has there been any update on this... how's your dog doing and did you keep up on the goats milk??

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I’m glad to see I can feed goats milk to my future pup, cuz our goats will be kidding next month... does anyone know how their dogs are around dwarf goats?
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Can't speak for others but if any of mine got around a goat with nothing seperating them, it isn't ending well for the goat.
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I'd say there's a small chance a bull breed pup would do OK with goats. Obviously never leave them alone together. But you should know that bull breeds are not livestock dogs and there will always be a chance they decide goats are prey.
It goes without saying that if it's an APBT, then it is in the best interest of the goats to keep them separate at all times.
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