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Old 02-20-2013, 07:05 PM
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I would only give my chi milk is if she consumed poisen like last night as my mother told me that they make children drink milk when they consume poison to help there stomachs and for the poison to be less affective.. I gave a lil bowl to her
Ast night and she is fine, maybe the milk covered the toxins and made her not get sick, but she did not consume that much as I got her straight away.

I would make sure it's not kennel cough. But if the coughing keeps up take to the vet.


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ALL of my chi's and our sheltie LOVE milk! Maybe some dogs are latose intolerant, but mine are not! They don't drink much, less than an ounce. NO tea though--has caffeine in it.
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I don't do milk but know people who do. I do however give cheese or yoghurt (for probiotics) once in a while and my rats are allowed to have cheese, yoghurt, and ice cream. Some people say they're not supposed to have lactose but it's nonsense.

I wouldn't suggest tea. Maybe herbal tea with NO caffeine, but not much of it.
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ALL of my chi's and our sheltie LOVE milk! Maybe some dogs are latose intolerant, but mine are not! They don't drink much, less than an ounce. NO tea though--has caffeine in it.
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I don't do milk but know people who do. I do however give cheese or yoghurt (for probiotics) once in a while and my rats are allowed to have cheese, yoghurt, and ice cream. Some people say they're not supposed to have lactose but it's nonsense.

I wouldn't suggest tea. Maybe herbal tea with NO caffeine, but not much of it.
SOME dogs are very lactose sensitive. In fact, most of them. There are some dogs who can tolerate milk just fine. On the other hand, there are cases of severe pancreatitis from owners feeding milk, which can be full of fat. (Depending on whether its whole milk and how much they gave.)

But don't take my word for it. Or anyone else's. Research for yourself and then do what is right for your own dog.

There is a pretty sad comment below the article about a gal who watches her dog die after eating ice cream.

Is It OK to Give a Dog Milk or Dairy Products?
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Is there a reason you are giving your dog tea?
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Old 02-21-2013, 10:01 PM
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Not really just he wants it because daddy has it. Only a very small amount in the morning say one or two teaspoons other than that he has water. No coughing today


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Caffeine is not good for dogs especially small dogs. I would let his daddy give him a treat when he is having tea or throw him a toy to play with.


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