3 Reasons to Feed Goat's Milk to Your Dog

3 Reasons to Feed Goat's Milk to Your Dog

What happens when you feed your dog raw goat milk? Wait..back up. Did you say Raw Goat Milk? My dog is not a goat. Why would I feed it goat anything?

We did our research and it turns out that raw goat milk is not what you expect. It's not exactly magically, but it's pretty darn close. 

The University of California - Davis did a Goat Milk Study on its effects to combat diarrheal illness in pigs. Goat milk is one of those wonder foods and this study has the science to back its claims.

Here is what they found out...

"The researchers found that young pigs infected with disease-causing strains of E. coli bacteria recovered more quickly, suffered less dehydration and less damage to their intestines if they were fed transgenic goat milk than those fed regular goat’s milk." - University of California - Davis, PetMD

Who wants to deal with pigs and diarrhea? Or diarrhea for that fact? 

"Goat's Milk has been hailed as one of the most complete, natural food sources known to man. It’s full of vital nutrients, enzymes, vitamins, electrolytes and more – all while being more digestible than cow’s milk and lacking the complex proteins that are often associated with allergies. - The Dog Bakery

Need more reasons to stop in your local store and buy some raw goat milk? How about these reasons?

Digestive Aid Powerhouse - Probiotics galore. Probiotics help your dog digest their food so it doesn't end up in a different form on your floor (you know what I'm talking about). Diarrhea. Probiotics can improve your dog's immune function. When you feed raw goat milk, then you can relax and know that you are the best pet parent and helping your dog fight off IBS, digestive disorders, diseases, and illnesses. And it is absorbed within 20 minutes! Fast actioning and gets results!

Yeast Eliminator - Have you ever caught your dog licking and chewing on his paws? It might be yeast. Or it's a food sensitivity. Try our Food Sensitivity Testing Kit to rule out any food sensitivities that could be causing the itchiness. Goat’s milk contains high levels of caprylic acid. Caprylic acid kills yeast, whether it be on their paws, ears and other places we won't talk about here. 

Joint Pain Enemy - Does your dog have arthritis or other joint issues? Want to give your dog a boost to help alleviate inflammation in their joints? Raw Goat Milk is the answer again. It reduces inflammation and improves circulation. Need more data...check our this study from the University of Bari, Italy on reducing inflammation and goat milk.

The active ingredient in goat's milk that helps alleviate inflammation is biorganic sodium. This ingredient is usually not present when arthritis happens. Find out more from a study completed by the University of Gondar, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Unit of Biomedical Science, Ethiopia called Goat Milk Composition and its Nutritive Value.

Goat's milk is easy to feed too. So next time, you ring the dinner bell, pour a little of this goodness over your dog's dinner. Watch her lap up the gift of health and love from you.