Our Puppy loves this milk. She will be a giant of dog so will last her a good while. Prompt dispatch no fuss. Good pricing on items as well.
Great product. Great service
Wondered why our baby foals front teeth were turning yellow/brown after starting bottle feeding with this powder. Checked label on back and noticed it was 40% sugar. Makes sense why they hanker for it so much - fulfils their sweet tooth (akin to kids and lollies). Now looking for healthier alternatives. ;-)
Parcel arrived on time. Service from VNP direct was very efficient. Thank you.
Thanks for the review PJ. We thought we would let you know what Divetelact have responsed with as they care a lot about their product and have been making it for a very long time: Di-Vetelact is 40% carbohydrate not 40% sugar. Naturally occuring horse milk (ie 'wild' horse milk) analysis is even higher than this - somewhere around 60 - 70% carbohydrate. In terms of the actual analyis of horse milk, it is between 60 and 70% sugar, 15-28% protein and 5-20% fat. So Di-Vetelact is actually substantially lower in carbohydrate than wild horse milk. We hope that helps.
This is a great weaning product. Then discovered they can have it as they get older just sprinkled over food.