Primal Pet Foods Goat Milk Original
A nutrient-rich hydration option that’s packed with vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, and more—the “universal milk”! Suitable for dogs or cats.
- Blend of three beneficial microorganisms deliver 5 billion CFUs per ounce
- Added probiotics for digestive support
- Excellent source of moisture
- Sourced from certified humanely raised goats
- Crafted in USA
- No corn, wheat, or soy
- No synthetic vitamins
- No gluten
Raw Goat Milk, Dried Lactobacillus lactis fermentation product, Dried Lactobacillus acidophilus fermentation product, Dried Enterococcus faecium fermentation product, Inulin, Organic Turmeric (color), Organic Ginger, Organic Cinnamon.
Crude Protein 3% min
Crude Fat 3% min
Crude Fiber 1% max
Moisture 90% max
Typical Analysis: As-Fed
PRIMAL PET FOODS ORIGINAL GOAT MILK IS INTENDED FOR INTERMITTENT OR SUPPLEMENTAL FEEDING ONLY. THIS IS NOT A COMPLETE DIET.
VITAMINS & MINERALS
Calories 37 per oz.
STORAGE & FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS
Primal Raw Goat Milk is sold frozen and should be stored in the freezer prior to use. Bottles should be placed in the refrigerator to defrost 24 hours prior to using.
Product will last 10 days after being thawed, or 1 year frozen.
SAFE HANDLING TIPS
Wash all work surfaces, utensils, hands, and food bowls with hot, soapy water after handling raw products.
Keep products away from children and separate from other foods.
PREPARATION & SERVING
As with all of our raw products, we recommend a slow transition when introducing new food products to any pet. We recommend starting with ¼ of the daily feeding quantity as an introductory portion. Milk will settle between uses. Shake well prior to feeding.
Use stainless steel bowls when feeding any raw product. Other materials, such as plastic and porcelain, are porous and can trap germs over time.
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