Kefir is a good source of gut-boosting probiotics, vitamins and minerals – in moderation. During fermentation, the bacteria produces carbon dioxide and breaks lactose in the milk down into lactic acid. As a result, kefir actually contains relatively little lactose compared to milk and yogurt. That low lactose content means that even dogs that are lactose-intolerant are likely able to stomach kefir.
Small Sized Dog (below 10kg): 1 tablespoon a day
Medium Sized Dog (10kg - 20kg): 1 -2 tablespoon a day
Large Sized Dogs (20kg and above): 2 - 3 tablespoon a day
With kefir, always start slow (half the recommended dosage) and increase overtime. Furry kiddos need time for their tummies to adjust to new healthy bacteria in their GI tract.
Fresh: Keep refrigerated upon receiving, store up to 2 weeks
Frozen: Keep in freezer upon receiving, store up to 3 months.