Dogs cannot drink milk. Cow's milk, heavy in calcium and protein, might upset your dog's stomach and create long-term health issues.
Cow's milk can induce stomach distress, diarrhea, obesity, and pancreatitis in dogs.
If your dog consumes a lot of cow's milk, watch for stomach problems and see a physician.
Saturated fats and natural sugar, especially whole milk, can cause gastrointestinal discomfort, bloat, and other digestive issues in dogs.
Dogs often have milk allergies. Lactose intolerance in dogs causes bloating, gas, abdominal discomfort, loose stool, and diarrhea.
calorie-dense liquids like milk can easily surpass their daily allowance. Excess calories can induce weight gain and obesity over time.
High-fat diets raise the risk of heart disease and pancreatitis.
Consult your vet before feeding your dog human foods that may trigger allergic reactions.