PetAg Esbilac Powder Milk Replacer for Puppies and Dogs
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We analyzed 2,087 reviews for 10 products in the Dog Milk Replacers category.
We then analyzed 646 reviews for this product. Of these, 575 reviews were recent.
Around 83% of reviews were positive and about 14% were negative.
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What buyers say about PetAg Esbilac Powder Milk Replacer for Puppies and Dogs
I stored a can just in case, because it was almost impossible for her to nurse the babies due to her difficult pregnancy and weight loss.
I'm very happy with the results that Esbilac is providing, and it's nice to see a young pup go from suffering and near death to a happy, healthy puppy.
I use this formula as a general aid when there is a G.I. problem and I mix 1/2 cups of yogurt and pudding in a bowl with 1-2 scoops of Esbilac Formula.
I am so thankful for the help I have given to this little girl, she would not have made it without your formula.
I recently received three orphans and needed esbilac very quickly, so I purchased a can more than half the size at petsmart for thirty dollars, but it was nice to find a vary large can from Amazon for the same price.
How many total ounces can it make?
I made it in large quantities because I was feeding 3 newborn puppies.
What is the life of the 5 lbs esbilac milk replacer?
If there isn't an expiration date stamped on the pouch, you will need to contact Esbilac, which is located in Illinois, with any kind of number that you can find on the pouch.
How much milk will the 5 lbs bag of Esbilac make?
I had to do the math of 16 oz per pound, the powder mixes 2 parts water to 1 part powder, 16ox X 5 + 80 oz powder, mix 2 to 1 should be about 160 oz water, but the powder dissolved so likely 160oz water and the dissolved powder 20oz
I don't see any yolk in the photo, but the website description says it. Which one is right?
Water, condensed skimmed milk, soybean oil, calcium caseinate, cream, magnesium sulfate, potassium chloride, monopotassiumphosphate, salt, tricalcium phosphate, car.
The expiration date on the can is stamped on the bottom of it.
I buy this for a rescue group in my area when they get a bunch of puppies they rescued and I send it directly to the group instead of me so I don't see it all, I'm sorry I was no help!