As the owner of a teacup poodle, you are likely to be acutely aware of how difficult it is to ignore a dog’s big, pleading eyes. That’s all right. Just have a snack. But you had better put milk and other dairy products, such as cream, on the table, away from the teacup poodle’s mouth.
Milk and cream are dairy products, as well as yogurt, cheese, ice cream, butter, etc. ASPCA recommends, like all other dairy products, that you keep milk and cream away from its taste buds, no matter how much you want your precious teacup poodle. Because of the low lactase levels in dogs, the breakdown of lactose is usually very difficult for them and can lead to unpleasant digestive problems. Lactose is the carbohydrate component of milk and all dairy products, including cream.
Giving you teacups poodle milk or cream can cause unnecessary stress. Hello, nasty cleanup. Because digesting milk is not the easiest task for most pets, your dog may end up with stomachache and diarrhea – the last thing you need. Vomiting is also possible. If you don’t let your teacup poodle drink milk or cream, you can avoid runny stools, especially frequent stools. Pancreatitis is one of the potentially dangerous consequences that can occur in certain situations, especially when excessive vomiting and diarrhea occur in dog milk products. Protect your teacup guests from pancreatic inflammation.
ASPCA points out that while milk and cream usually do not produce the most comfortable effect on canines, they are also not toxic to them. However, molded or expired milk and cream can be toxic, so be extra careful when you have anything spoilt in your refrigerator.
Instead of worrying about what your teacup poodle can drink, you should stick to the classic approach of water and water. A balanced diet of any dog and water is an important part of any healthy diet. Be sure to keep your poodle hydrated enough to make sure she has enough clean water close to her 24 hours a day.
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