Beaphar - Lactol Milk Replacer for Puppies 250g
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Using the scoop provided, add Beaphar Lactol Puppy Milk to warm water (allow boiled water to cool) and stir until completely dissolved. Allow to cool until lukewarm (38°C or blood temperature).
The use of proper feeding equipment is highly recommended, such as the Beaphar Feeding Set or Beaphar Feeding Syringes. These should always be clean and sterile. Beaphar Lactol can also be mixed with cold water for older dogs.
Prepared Beaphar Lactol can be refrigerated for 24 hours but should be reheated to 38°C or blood temperature for young animals.
COMPLETE DIET: For un-weaned puppies. It is important to weigh young puppies on a daily basis so that you can compare their daily growth increase with the growth tables from your breeder or vet.
Recommended dilutions: For 250g and 500g products, add 30g (7 level scoops) to 100ml warm water. For 1kg and 2kg products, add 30g (2 level scoops) to 100ml warm water. 1 litre of prepared Beaphar Lactol Puppy Milk contains approximately 1250 kcal.
Use the below table for approximate feeding guidelines. The recommended volume per day MUST be split across the recommended number of feeds per day.
Weight Volume per day Age (days) Number of feeds per day
250g (0.25kg) 100ml 2-14 6-8 (including overnight)
500g (0.5kg) 160ml 15-21 6 (including overnight)
1000g (1kg) 250ml 22-28 6 (including 1 overnight)
2000g (2kg) 400ml 29*-35* 4-6
5000g (5kg) 900ml 36*-42* 2-6
* After the 28th day, slowly change to a more solid diet, i.e. puppy food. Beaphar Lactol can be used to assist weaning. Mix prepared Beaphar Lactol with a small amount of puppy food, gradually decreasing the volume of milk and increasing the amount of solid food each day.
Complimentary feeding (in addition to their normal food): For puppies below 8 weeks, Beaphar Lactol can be given as a complimentary feed, in addition to their mother's milk. Recommended volume = up to 40ml per kg.
Weaned puppies over 8 weeks, adult dogs during pregnancy or lactation, sick or convalescent: Recommended volume to feed = 11ml per kg.