The Honest Kitchen’s Goat’s Milk

Dec 19, 2021 | Pets, Products

Happy Monday everyone!  I’ve been researching dog and cat treat recipes and came across The Honest Kitchen’s Goat’s Milk.  Goat’s Milk is a powdered milk product that can be rehydrated and fed supplementally, with meals, or for digestive support. Cat’s love the taste, so it’s an excellent Christmas treat for any cat or dog.  Jake and Maggie are typically the first Christmas gifts I buy and are already done but, I might just have to order this.  If you are running behind this year and wondering what to buy the pet lover in your life, consider The Honest Kitchen’s Goat’s Milk as a stocking stuffer for their pets.
• Made with all natural goat’s milk
• Great for digestion aid, intestinal health & gut flora
• Can be served as a liquid or added directly to kibble
• Suitable for both cats & dogs of all life stages
• Made in the USA
• Net content: 5.2 oz.
The Honest Kitchen's Goat's Milk |
The Honest Kitchen's Goat's Milk |

The Honest Kitchen Daily Boosters – Goat’s Milk is an all-natural powdered supplement made with real goat’s milk. Goat’s milk is rich in digestive enzymes and probiotics that boost the immune system, aid with diarrhoea and chronic gastrointestinal disorders, support the digestion system, and can help with the side effects caused by antibiotics. Goat’s milk can also aid puppies and kittens in keeping their gut flora balanced.

Once mixed with warm water, the milk can be served by itself, be used to rehydrate food, or mixed into your pet’s kibble.

Each container holds 5.2 oz. of goat’s milk powder. Suitable for both cats and dogs of all life stages. Made in the USA and free of corn, wheat, soy, chemicals, GMO ingredients, and preservatives.


Protein 35%
Fat 1%
Fiber 0.5%
Moisture 10.0%
Calorie Content: 3330 kcal per kg. 12 kcal per 1/2 Tbsp


Weight            Powder (Tbsp.)                Water (8 oz. cup)
1 – 25 lbs        1/2                                    1/4
26 – 50 lbs      1                                       1/2
51 – 75 lbs.     1-1/2                                 1
76 – 100 lbs*  2                                        1-1/4
*For larger animals, adjust as needed

Add powder into warm water and stir. Allow it to cool off before offering to your pet. Refrigerate any leftovers for no longer than three days. Remix if giving your dog or cat any leftovers.

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Jake with his Christmas Tie on from The Pampered Pooches

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If you are wondering what to get someone this year, thinking of adopting a pet for the holiday (as many shelters are hoping for their animals to spend Christmas in a loving home, check out my previous posts here on gift ideas and adoptions.

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