Can Puppies Drink Cows Milk?

Answer

Puppies can drink cow's milk because it has the same nutrients as dog milk. Immediately a puppy is born it needs to be fed with milk which contains colostrum for immunity. If a puppy cannot be fed by its mother then it is okay for it to be fed with cow's milk but not for long because the nutrient concentration in it is half of what can be found in dog milk.
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Puppies should not be fed with cow's milk as this will most likely cause diarrhea. Cow's milk contains lactose and dogs like many other animals lack the enzyme to digest lactose in their digestive system. They are scientifically described as lactose intolerant. If you wish to give your puppy milk, get puppy milk formula at a local Pet supply store or try goat's milk.
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