Bone Broth Updated on: March 30th, 2019

Bone broth is made by boiling bones for at least 24 hours to create a thick, gelatinous stock that can be enjoyed by dogs and humans. Bone broth is amazing for dogs who have upset tummies, suffer with pain/inflammation, dehydrated, and more!

why we feed

Bone broth has tons of collagen (the gelatinous stuff!) that is great for skin and hair health. By boiling and breaking down the bones, bone broth is also full of glucosamine and chondroitin (joints). Breaking down the bones also releases minerals (calcium, phosphorous, magnesium) for bone health. The gentle broth can also soothe upset tummies.

how to feed

Larger recreational bones (femurs, knuckles) as well as other bones that have lots of cartilage (feet, ribs) can be boiled down and reduced to bone broth for your dog! Usually the longer you boil the bones, the better the broth is. This bone broth can be used to rehydrate meals, top your dog’s food, or frozen as a treat or supplement. It’s great for enticing picky eaters or softening food for older dogs. * Be sure to add ACV into the bone broth, otherwise you won't get a thick texture!

Additional info

Besides bones, adding veggies and garlic can also be included in your bone broth to make it extra healthy!