Tailspring Launches New Milk Replacer With Goat Milk Base For Kittens/Puppies

When we hear the expression “get your goat” it can be negative. In the case of Tailspring Goat Milk Replacer, it’s a great thing for kittens and puppies!

milk replacer with goat looking back at camera

This post is sponsored by Tailspring

The Tailspring Story

Tailspring is a California based company that has created the first human grade milk replacer for puppies and kittens, using a goat’s milk base.

Milk replacements are used for kittens or  puppies whose mother is not available, or is not producing enough milk for their offspring to flourish.

After researching other milk replacers on the market, Tailspring discovered the available products had many filler ingredients. The fillers created digestive problems for the kittens and puppies drinking them.

When developing their products,Tailspring consulted with a neonatal pet nutritionist with 30 years experience. The goal was to create the most nutritious product without unneccasry fillers. Meyenberg goat’s milk is the base of all Tailspring products. They (Meyenberg) are considered the country’s leading producer of goat’s milk products with over 85 years of experience.

e goat In partnership with Meyenberg, Tailspring set out to create products with only top quality ingredients necessary to help kittens and puppies thrive.

Why Use Goat’s Milk?

Easier To Digest
Smaller Fat Globules

Goat’s milk is often termed the “universal mother’s milk” because it’s easier to digest. Since goat’s milk has smaller fat globules. This makes the fat easier to break down and be digested.

Lower Casein Level

Mammal’s milk contains an enzyme called casein. Cow’s milk contains Alpha S1, which is very difficult for adult cats and dogs to digest, and in some cases cause allergies.

Goat’s milk contains a lower level of casein, Alpha 52. This Casein is much more digestible,significantly lowering chances of digestive problems.

It Tastes Good!

Pets love the taste of goat’s milk! So  in addition to being a milk replacement for kittens and puppies, it can be fed in moderation as a meal topper for adult cats and dogs.

Goat’s Milk Is Naturally Higher in Several Nutrients

Turns out goat milk is a nutritional powerhouse with 185 more calcium, 43% are potassium, 40% more magnesium and 104% more Vitamin A than cow’s milk!

How Is Tailspring Different From Other Milk Replacer Products?

Tailspring believes in providing kittens and puppies with the best start in life.Their products do not contain fillers or chemicals that do not provide nutritional benefits.

The primary ingredient is Meyenberg Grade A goat’s milk. Tailspring products contain 17 ingredients, half those of other brands. Other replacements on the market use soy or vegetable oils as the base, which don’t add nutritional value.

All of Tailspring’s products are approved by the Association of American Feed Control Officials(AAFCO). Manufacturing, packing and storage follow human food regulations, ensuring a very high level of quality.

Pet parents are looking for  quality and quantity of the ingredients in their cat’s and dog’s food. The ingredients in Tailspring products are top quality human grade, with no preservatives, artificial colors or flavors.

Where Can I Buy Tailspring Goat Milk Replacer?

Currently, Tailspring Kitten and Puppy Goat Milk Replacers are available on Amazon or from the Tailspring website.

Tailspring goaplacer for kittens and puppies
12 oz. fluid cans ready to feed. ($8.99 per can for puppies, $9.99 per can for kittens)

 

Tailspring powder pouch for kittens and puppies
!6 oz. pouch of powder for puppies ($29.99, 12 oz. pouch of powder for kittens $29.99)

 

Resources

For additional information about Tailspring and its products, please visit the links below:

Frequently Asked Questions

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Written by Karen

Karen

Karen is Publisher of Fully Feline. She also owns a pet care business in Overland Park, KS called Joy of Living.

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