- Kelsey Hansen
Pet Supplement for Improved Digestion
•Raw goats milk (16 ounces)
•Organic turmeric powder (1/2 tablespoon)
•Cinnamon (1/4 teaspoon)
•Ginger (1/4 teaspoon)
•1 Blackberry in each square mashed up (omit blackberry for cats)
Helps digestion and decreases inflammation throughout the body. Cinnamon is antibacterial, anti fungal, and helps with joint inflammation. Turmeric is an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and detoxifies the body. Turmeric in larger amounts also helps with joint health (see recipe through link in bio). Ginger aids in digestion and is an antioxidant as well.
Feed 1 ounce per 10 pounds of your pets weight.
I always have raw goats milk on hand in case my dogs have digestive upset or I want to add a probiotic into their meals. If you have a dog or cat that is throwing up or having diarrhea, I recommend not feeding them for 12-24 hours and only providing them with raw goats milk or a supplement like this. When you’re sick do you want to keep eating? Probably not if you feel nauseous or have an upset stomach. 🤢 You want to give your stomach a rest. The same goes for your pets when they have digestive upset.
Goats milk contains less lactose than cows milk, therefore making it a better option for any pets with lactose sensitivities. Raw goats milk is digested at a faster rate as well. Don’t buy pasteurized milk because it kills the live enzymes and nutrients needed to help digestion. Raw goats milk is a better alternative to pumpkin when aiding in digestion.
Two store bought brands that sell raw goats milk are Primal Pet Foods and Answers.
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