For decades, Meyenberg Goat Milk has been successfully used by animal breeders, leading zoos, and wildlife clinics as a milk replacer and food supplement for dogs, cats, and other domestic and exotic animals.

Click here for breeder's suggested dilutions, including instructions for use with weak and newborn animals, as well as mature and convalescing animals. You may also contact us for nutritional analysis and additional information for breeders and animal caretakers.

Naturally Nutritious

Goat milk is rich in calcium, vitamin A, potassium, phosphorus, niacin, and other essentials for body efficiency. It supplies fats for fuel, protein for muscle building, and carbohydrates for energy. Because goat milk is easy to digest, it increases assimilation (absorption) of these valuable nutrients. And, Meyenberg contains no preservatives, antibiotics, or bovine growth hormones (BGH-rBST).

Naturally Easy to Digest

Meyenberg has a soft curd, which doesn't upset the delicate digestive system of newborn or weak animals. It doesn't cause colic or diarrhea, which are common side effects associated with synthetic milk replacers. Because of distinct protein structure and smaller fat globules, it is more rapidly and easily digestible than other synthetic milk replacers. Its superior digestibility makes for quicker and more thorough absorption, which in turn allows improved assimilation of important vitamins and minerals.

Naturally Affordable

Meyenberg Goat Milk is an affordable choice, half the cost of most synthetic milk replacers available today. Next time you visit your local supermarket or health food store, look for Meyenberg. If we're not already there, ask the store manager to order it for you.

*Remember, goat milk is a natural milk, not a man made formula. Since no natural milk is a complete formula, we strongly urge you to work with your veterinarian to ensure the proper dilution and vitamin supplementation for your animals.

"Goat milk is amazing stuff. Its formula is quite unlike that of bitch’s milk or mare’s milk, yet I have seen many puppies and foals raised on goat’s milk. If unadulterated cow’s milk had been used, most pups and foals would quickly develop digestive problems. Goat’s milk has been used to nourish many other species of animals, including humans. I guess the milk of the goat is as close to a universal milk as can be found in the animal kingdom.” – Robert Miller, DVM "Veterinarian Medicine"

“Here at the San Diego Zoo nurseries, Meyenberg Goat Milk is present in nearly all of the formulas we use... We have used Meyenberg Goat Milk products very successfully with hundreds of species in a wide variety from addax to wapiti.” – Janet Hawes, Senior Nursery Attendant San Diego Zoo – San Diego, CA

“I'm excited about using your products in my practice... as more vets become aware of Meyenberg Goat Milk, they will use it.”– John C. Fields, DVM Fields Animal Hospital, Mt. Vernon Illinois

“I have used goat milk for years… raised literally hundreds of puppies and kittens supplementing with Meyenberg Goat Milk. We use goat milk as bitch’s milk replacer and supplement for our show kittens.” – Joyce Lietzke Tawazi Kennels, Tojour Cattery – Lisbon, OH

“We first started using Meyenberg Goat Milk three years ago when our pups started having cataracts. We’ve found it very easy to use and the puppies thrive on it." – Annabelle Linn Linn’s Chinese Shar-Pei – Fairview, NC

"We’ve successfully raised many litters…some never put on their mother. We contribute our greatest survival rate to the digestibility of Meyenberg Goat Milk… the closest thing to bitch’s milk on the market today is Meyenberg Goat Milk.”

“Thank you for such a wonderful product... it helped save our litter of kittens who otherwise would have perished. They were pretty particular... wouldn't accept commercial formulas, but took to Meyenberg Goat Milk like it was their own mother's.... it saved our babies!” – Diana White Pensacola, FL

“Please rush a case of Meyenberg Powdered Goat Milk! It’s wonderful! No diarrhea, no colic, no bloating and they sleep through the next feeding.” – Jeanine Sudinski Breeder – El Cajon, CA

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