The first 48 hours of milk that a goat produces after giving birth. Colostrum is rich in energy, protein, vitamins, and minerals in particular vitamins A and D. And nicotinic acid, one of the forms of vitamin B.
Goat’s milk is also a good source of linoleic acid. Linoleic acid is an omega-6 fatty acid which dogs use to build cell membranes. Research has also suggested that supplementing dogs’ diets with additional sources of linoleic acid can improve the condition of their skin and glossiness of their coat.
Goat’s milk is also a vasodialator which improves blood flow.