Why Goat's Milk?
Some babies have sensitive tummies and difficulty digesting their mother’s milk, and they even struggle with cow’s milk. They'll cry, spit up often and overall, they just do not thrive. Why is goat's milk
a good choice for them?
Goat’s milk contains the same bioactive components as their mother's milk or cow’s milk, so they get the same nutrients without the extra stress. However, it has smaller protein and fat molecules with a more fragile membrane package, so it's easier for their sensitive stomachs to digest. With 7% less lactose than cow’s milk, it's also easily tolerated during the digestive process. If you have a puppy or kitten with a sensitive digestive system, goat’s milk base replacer is a good alternative.
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