According to the ASPCA, puppies should not drink cow's milk, as it can cause digestive problems. For the first month of their lives, puppies can subsist on milk from their mothers. More »

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According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), there is no substitute for the nutrients provided by a mother dog's milk. However, in cases where the puppy is not able to nurse from it... More »

According to the ASPCA, puppies should not drink cows' milk. Ashfield House Veterinary Hospital indicates that dogs are not able to digest lactose, a sugar found in milk, and this leads to diarrhea if too much is consume... More »

Newborn puppies should, if possible, be fed by bottle with a formula manufactured specifically to meet their needs; puppies should not be given whole cow's milk. Cow's milk or other milk products meant for human consumpt... More »

Veterinarians don't recommend giving cow's milk to dogs, as it can cause diarrhea. Newborn puppies can drink their mother's milk. If puppies do not have access to their mother's milk, the owner can provide a commercial c... More »

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Most domestic dogs are completely weaned off of their mother's milk by the time they are 7 to 8 weeks old; larger breeds wean earlier. Weaning is a gradual process and begins at 3 to 4 weeks of age, when puppies begin to... More »

The ASPCA cautions that milk produced by cows is not suitable for puppies because it can cause diarrhea and digestive discomfort. Many dogs are lactose intolerant, which is why giving them dairy products, such as cow's m... More »