ANSWERS Raw Goat's Milk

The Benefits of Raw Goat's Milk for Cats & Dogs

Probiotics Plus

  • Delivers over 200 species of live active probiotics in their natural environment
  • Delivers prebiotics - all the nutrients that probiotics need to live
  • Delivers bacteriacins - nutrients made by the probiotics to destroy pathogenic bacteria in the digestive system
  • Populates the digestive system with probiotics 100 times better than pills or powders


Great for Sensitive Digestive Systems

  • Answers Additional Raw Goat's Milk requires ZERO work from the pet's digestive system
  • Absorbed into their body within 20 minutes of drinking
  • Contains all the enzymes (over 60!) needed for digestion
  • Perfect for pets who are lactose intolerant


Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA) - The Cancer Fighting Fat

  • Only found in milk from GRASS FED dairy animals
  • Two European studies link a diet high in CLA with a lower risk of cancer (up to 74% lower)
  • Research has shown CLA to actually shrink cancer tumors 
  • See for references



  • Raw milk is a natural antihistamine; it stabilizes mast cells that reduce inflammation. This has been tested and proven by c-reactive protein levels, a blood test for inflammation. 
  • In a study done in over 14,000 children, consumption of raw milk was the strongest factor in reducing the risk of asthma and allergies
  • High in caprylic acid which fights yeast


Not just for adult cats and dogs, but for puppies, kittens and chickens, too

  • Answers Additional goat's milk is a species appropriate milk replacer for puppies and kittens, even moreso than Esbilac or KMR
  • Chickens benefit from the high quality protein needed for molting




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