Is milk ok for dogs to drink?
No, it is not okay for dogs. Unless it is either formulated puppy milk or milk from their mother.
All breeds of dogs are lactose intolerant, believe it or not. Consuming dairy will cause diarrhoea, constipation and tummy pains in dogs.
Well first of all, cats can't drink milk. Most cats are lactose and tolerant and cannot drink milk. Cats can only drink CREAM, dogs cannot drink Milk either since they can get sick. The only way a cat and dog can drink milk, is when they were newborns and drank milk from their mother. . . . "lactose and tolerant" . . . lactose intolerant
Most dogs lose the ability to digest milk as they age. I am not familiar with this product, but it sounds like it has a lot of fat in it and probably should not be given to a dog as it make cause gastrointestinal issues like gas and diarrhea. Goat's milk is usually OK to give to a lactating female, but milk products overall are not necessary for dogs to have good health. Yogurt is…
2nd Answer There are no types or breeds of dogs that should drink milk. Regular cow's milk is not good for them and can cause diarrhea. If you need it for puppies, use a replacement formula such as Esbilac, otherwise a mature dog does not need milk for any reason, just feed it a good name quality dog food. 1st Answer (by someone on drugs) German Bush dog can drink milk but they can drink…
It is often discussed in between dogowners whether or not dog can tolerate milk. Actually there are some dogs who tolerate milk well; while others cannot convert milkproducts. Most dogs which have not had milk since they stopped nursing will grow up to have milk intolerance and will get upset stomach/diarrhoea if they drink milk. Dogs don't need milk as adults, they drink water, but yoghurt can be a nice treat.
Yes.It's very healthy for your dogs to drink milk daily. It's healthy for puppies to drink milk, but once they're weaned you should not give them milk. As dogs get older, they lose the ability to digest lactose properly. Though puppies are better at digesting lactose, milk (and other lactose items) should be eliminated almost completely from their diets once they wean.