Milk can be difficult to digest for some or most dogs. While it is not actually "bad" for them, their tolerance for milk is determined by their own body chemistry and its tolerance for lactose. More »

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Milk is not good for dogs. Once dogs are weaned, their bodies cannot properly digest milk. Drinking milk can upset dogs' digestive tracts and give them diarrhea. More »

Walter Willett. M.D., Ph.D. states that some evidence shows that drinking more than three cups of milk a day is linked to developing prostate or ovarian cancer. Milk is also relatively high in calories, which works again... More »

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Milk and dairy are not toxic for dogs. However, dogs can be lactose intolerant and some may even be allergic to milk protein. Even in dogs that can digest lactose, large amounts of milk can cause intestinal distress and ... More »

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Most dogs have a hard time digesting dairy products and should not be given milk, according to The Daily Puppy. Dogs that consume dairy products tend to exhibit symptoms such as diarrhea or an upset stomach. 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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Dogs should not consume milk. Doing so can cause digestive issues such as stomachaches and diarrhea in dogs, because dogs do not have high amounts of the lactase enzyme that breaks down lactose from dairy products. Altho... More »

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