Beaphar Lactol is a complete milk replacement feed for orphaned puppies. It can also be used for weaning puppies, pregnant or lactating dogs, or on sick or convalescing animals. Lactol has been produced for over 100 years, and has saved the lives of countless young animals. It is made from easily digested whey protein and DHA, and closely resembles natural bitch's milk. Ultra filtration concentrates the proteins, and a slow drying process during production preserves the protein molecules. Beaphar Lactol has a superior amino acid content, and provides a perfectly balanced complete feed.
- Optimum growth and development
- Enriched with vitamins and minerals
- With DHA
- Easily digestable whey protein
- Suitable for weaning puppies, pregnant or lactating dogs, and sick animals
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Ingredients: Milk and by-products, Oils and fats, Minerals.
Add Lactol Puppy Milk to warm, non-boiling water and mix until everything has dissolved. Let the mixture cool to body temperature (38ºC), after which it is ready for use. Older animals prefer to drink their Lactol Puppy Milk cold.
Prepare Lactol Puppy Milk with clean and sterile materials, this is particularly important for young (newborn) animals. Pre-prepared Lactol Puppy Milk can be kept in the fridge for up to 24 hours. Re-heat the milk to body temperature before feeding young animals. Make sure that the animal has access to plenty of fresh drinking water.
Recommended basic mixing ratio: add 30g (12 flat measuring scoops) of Lactol Puppy Milk powder to 105ml of warm, non-boiling water and dissolve the mixture to make 130 ml of milk.
Weight puppy (g) Amount of milk per day (ml) Energy (Kcal) 250 g 100 ml 99 – 415 kcal 500 g 160 ml 156 – 664 kcal 1000 g 250 ml 248 – 1038 kcal 2000 g 400 ml 396 – 1660 kcal 5000 g 900 ml 891 – 3735 kcal
Recommended daily dosage: It is not possible to say exactly how much should be fed daily, due to differences in age, size and breed. It is important to weigh puppies daily in order to be able to compare their growth with the growth table of your breeder or veterinarian.