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Goat's Milk Esbilac® Puppy Milk Replacer Liquid

Milk replacer for puppies with sensitive stomachs

Available in sizes: 11 oz.

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Product Information

Recommended as a food source for orphaned or rejected puppies with sensitive stomachs or those nursing, but needing supplemental feeding.

Feeding Directions:

All puppies should receive their mother's milk for at least 2 days, if possible. The colostrum milk gives extra nutrition and temporary immunity against some diseases. Warm GME to room or body temperature. Feed puppies 2 tablespoons (30mL) per 4 ounces (115g) of body weight daily. Divide the daily feeding amount into equal portions for each feeding. Small and/or weak puppies should be fed every 3 to 4 hours. Larger and/or older puppies can do well being fed every 8 hours. The amount required should be increased or decreased to meet the individual requirements for each puppy. The PetAg 4 oz (120mL) Nurser is suited for feeding most puppies. When puppies are old enough to lap, begin offering GME in a shallow container.

Pregnant and lactating bitches: Feed 2 tablespoons (30mL) GME per 5 lbs (2.2kg) body weight daily. Growing puppies (post weaning), show dogs and/or convalescing dogs: Feed tablespoon (15mL) GME per 5 lbs (2.2kg) body weight daily.

Discard after 72 hours. Do not freeze in original container. Not for human consumption.

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A Common Question

Do your milk replacer powders need to be refrigerated?

Yes, all kitten and puppy milk replacers must be refrigerated after opening. Esbilac® and KMR® powders are milk-based and contain fat, therefore have the potential to spoil under certain conditions. They can also experience bacterial growth when stored improperly. The can of powder has to be kept in the refrigerator or freezer after it has been opened. The powders will keep in the refrigerator for up to 3 months, or in the freezer for up to 6 months.

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