Raw Fermented Goats Milk 1 Litre (Frozen)


Brand: Happy Days Dairy

  • Product Description

    Frozen Probiotic Pet Milk 

    Did you know that foods rich in probiotics can be beneficial for your dog?

    Have you tried kefir for your dog? Feeding kefir to your dog can ward off and treat a number of conditions, including:
    • possible allergies
    • skin and coat problems
    • irritable bowel syndrome
    • indigestion and other digestive tract problems
    • excessive flatulence
    • excessive shedding (note that your dog will still shed as much as its breed is supposed to)
    • a lack of beneficial bacteria and yeasts in the intestines after a course of antibiotics
    • vomiting
    • stool problems
    • weight problems
    • bad breath

    How Much Pet Milk to Give a Dog?

    For one of the best dog supplements, especially if your dog is eating commercial dog food the guideline is as follows. You can even start with half the amount if you have a canine with a finicky stomach. Please start small so you don't overwhelm the system with all this new goodness. You can increase the amount daily if you choose but start here:

    Small size dogs  1 tsp. - 1 tbsp.
    Medium size dogs 1 - 2 tbsp.
    Large Dogs 2 - 3 tbsp.

    Looking for more information on the health benefits of goat milk, please see here: Goat Dairy Education Resource


    Goats Milk for Kitties??

    Goat's milk is better than cow's milk, however milk in general is not a natural food for cats and can still cause problems for them, particularly due to the high calcium content and its relationship to causing urinary tract problems.

    As far as the lactose content goes, goat's milk has slightly less lactose and it seems to be more digestible. As lactose is the biggest problem cat's have with drinking cow's milk, many can tolerate goat's milk, that could not tolerate cow's milk.

    Goat's milk has smaller fat globules making it a little easier to digest than cow's milk. As such it is less likely to cause problems for your cat's tummy, but you must still remember that this is not a natural food for them.

  • Shipping & Returns


    All orders must meet a minimum amount to qualify for free delivery as follows:
    • Lower mainland, Mission through to Vancouver - $50
    • UBC/Point Grey, Richmond, Delta, White Rock, South Surrey - $100
    • North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Abbotsford - $200

    The free shipping rules mentioned above are general guidelines, please refer to the delivery map above for full information on shipping rates to specific postal codes in Metro Vancouver. You can also download a PDF version of the delivery map. Currently all deliveries will take place Monday to Friday from 4:00pm to 8:30pm. Special arrangements can be made if these times are inconvenient. Our current schedule is as follows: Maple Ridge through to Vancouver, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Mission through to White Rock, Richmond on Tuesday and Thursdays.

    Shipping Elsewhere In Canada

    At this time we can only ship dry goods (i.e. Dehydrated Foods & Supplements). Due to the high cost of shipping, it is advisable to ensure your order is a minimum of $100.00 to justify the shipping expense. The cost of shipping will be your responsibility, but we will find the most economical method, depending on weight and your location. Canada Post minimum for small parcels is $9.00. Paypal invoices will be issued if we do not have your credit information on file.

    Sorry we are unable to ship outside Canada at this time.


    Due to the nature of our products please contact us for clarification and or pre-authorization of returnable goods. Restocking charges may apply, and we are not able to resell frozen goods.