Maybe. Dogs do not process fat as easily as humans do, so milk should only be served on occasion. Dogs may also be lactose-intolerant; you’ll know if your dog has loose stool or bad gas after consuming dairy, typically.
If your dog isn’t lactose-intolerant, then reduced-fat milk without added sugar should cause few issues. Don’t allow your pet to drink chocolate milk, of course, since chocolate can be fatally toxic to dogs.
If your dog has any unusual symptoms after drinking milk, talk to your vet about whether your dog could have a dairy allergy or lactose intolerance.
Note that symptoms of lactose intolerance will show up as digestive issues, while a true dairy allergy leads to symptoms like itchy skin, watery eyes, and poor coat quality.
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