Cranberry Blast Goat Milk
Help support your pet's urinary tract health with Primal's new nutrient-rich Cranberry Blast Goat Milk, a delicious and healthy addition to your pet's diet. Containing a blend of three beneficial microorganisms that provide 5 billion CFUs per ounce, this hydrating formula is blended with organic cranberries and apple cider vinegar to support urinary tract health while providing vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, enzymes, fatty acids and proteins. Easily digested and absorbed, and appropriate for both cats and dogs. Milk is sourced from free-range goats raised without antibiotics or added hormones, from USDA-approved human-grade farm. No corn, wheat, soy, grain, legumes, lentils or glutens. Add to pet's food or feed as a delicious treat. 32 oz. Made in the USA.
Please note that this item is only available for in-store pickup at this time.
Ingredients: Raw Goat Milk, Organic Cranberry, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Dried Lactobacillus lactis fermentation product, Dried Lactobacillus acidophilus fermentation product, Dried Enterococcus faecium fermentation product, Inulin, Organic Turmeric (color), Organic Ginger, Organic Cinnamon.
Crude Protein 3% (min)
Crude Fat 3% (min)
Crude Fiber 1% (max)
Moisture 90% (max)
Calorie Content: 37 per oz.
How to Use
Storage: Goat Milk is sold frozen and should be stored in the freezer prior to use. Bottles should be placed in the refrigerator to defrost 24 hours prior to using. Product will last 10 days after being thawed, or 1 year frozen. Available In 32oz. resealable bottles.
Safe Handling Tips: Wash all work surfaces, utensils, hands, and food bowls with hot, soapy water after handling raw products. Keep products away from children and separate from other foods.
Preparation & Serving: As with all of our raw products, we recommend a slow transition when introducing new food products to any pet. We recommend starting with ¼ of the daily feeding quantity as an introductory portion. Milk will settle between uses. Shake well prior to feeding. Use stainless steel bowls when feeding any raw product. Other materials, such as plastic and porcelain, are porous and can trap germs over time.