Our Instant Bone Broth comes in a sachet of 3.5 grams, which makes 100ml of Bone Broth.
- 2 sachets of 3.5 grams each
Ideal for all dogs and cats of all age. If your pet is old, sick or pregnant, Bone Broth is a perfect addon to the diet.
2 simple ways of serving:
1. Add 1 Sachet (3.5 grams) of Instant Broth powder in 100ml warm water, stir and serve.
2. Simply sprinkle or pour the 100ml of broth on your pet's kibbles, and get goodness of chicken bone broth in a meal.
About Bone broth:
Bone broth contains a plethora of nutrients that can be beneficial to dogs. It's packed with vitamins and minerals and is a good source of protein, glycine, collagen, and glucosamine.
Bone broth is made by simmering the bones and connective tissue of animals.
Bone broth dates back to prehistoric times, when hunter-gatherers turned otherwise inedible animal parts like bones, hooves, and knuckles into a broth they could drink.
Chicken bones are rich in Calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphors, and other trace minerals — the same minerals needed to build and strengthen your pet's own bones
Connective tissue gives you glucosamine and chondroitin, natural compounds found in cartilage that are known to support joint health.
Marrow provides vitamin A, vitamin K2, minerals like zinc, iron, boron, manganese, and selenium, as well as Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids
While bone broth alone should not be used as a meal replacement, it’s a nutritious addition to your dog’s regular feeding schedule to complement their normal diet.
Most notably, it has been shown that bone broth:
1. Protects Joints
Joint health is important for all canines but is especially a concern for senior dogs, dogs who have previously suffered injuries, and breeds prone to certain ailments. Joint cartilage wears down with continual use and becomes damaged with time.
Bone broth is a fantastic source of collagen and gelatin. This protein helps form connective tissue and promotes joint health.
2. Detoxes the Liver
Livers can struggle to detoxify the body when battling all of the toxicity dogs are prone to consume. Dogs encounter things in everyday life that makes their liver work overtime: flooring cleaned and treated with chemicals, grass, and landscaping sprayed with poison, and other toxic compounds found in certain toys and treats
Livers only have a certain amount of the amino acid glycine; since bone broth contains glycine, it helps the liver get back on track.
3. Supports Gut Health and Digestion
The body’s intestines are lined with tiny holes that act as a passage for nutrients to pass throughout the body. An unhealthy lifestyle can cause these holes to open wider – a condition called leaky gut. When these holes widen, undigested food and toxins begin to enter the body, causing it to develop allergies and food sensitivities.
Bone broth contains gelatin which helps restore and protect the gut lining. This fights against leaky gut and improves digestion.
Bone broth is an excellent addition to a dog’s existing healthy diet and lifestyle. Talk to your veterinarian before incorporating bone broth into diet if they’ve been diagnosed with conditions like kidney disease or cancer.