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Why do puppy vomit after having milk?

Hi every body, I need your help from your experience. I have 2 Labrador puppy of 22 days. I take them when they are 8 days old, since then I am feeding them cow milk . Till 20th days they are ok, healthy and active but after that they start vomiting. Please help me, one of them vomit today morning and after that don't drink milk, I am worried about him. I am giving him medicine "vomikid" told by the chemist. There is no dog specialist in my area. Please help me and address me what should I do now? You can give your suggestions here or mail me at jitender127@yahoo.co.in
By jitender pal singh · 06 Jun 2011 7:18 pm


By gautam sawant · 07 Jun 2011 9:07 pm
jitender ji
aapne ye puppies kaha se liye hai , waha par ja kar wapas do jab woh 2 maheneke hojaye tab wapas lana
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By david · 08 Jun 2011 10:00 pm
It is not advisable to give cow's milk for just 22 days old puppy do one thing stop immediately and go for lacto 1 for baby millk give some medicine for loose motion and vomiting
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By pradeep · 08 Jun 2011 11:03 pm
Hi Jitender
Puppies should never be taken at 8 days, they should be brought home at 45 days old. Secondly cow's milk will never do good for your puppies. the best alternative is goat's milk as practiced by most experienced breeders. You can boil goat milk and mix it with water till your pups are 28-30 days old or buy a top quality puppy milk replacer. Once your puppies are 30 days old, use a high quality dog food till they are atleast 12 months old for excellent health. Follow the website below and contact them for goat milk replacer. Also too much medication is not advised, all the best.


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