Take Stock of Broth
A time-honoured superfood
Bone broth is a time-honoured superfood that is not only being resurrected for dogs, it’s also becoming increasingly popular with health conscious humans too.
Helps protect joints
Bone broth made the We Cook for Dogs! way is chock-full of wonderful things like calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, glucosamine, chondroitin and hyaluronic acid. It’s also got masses of collagen to help protect your dog’s joints, cartilage and ligaments.
Helps detox liver & kidneys
Bone broth also contains the amino acid glycine which helps detox both liver and kidneys, and which is used in many supplements designed for both animals and humans to combat the discomfort associated with arthritis and general joint pain.
And on top of all that, bone broth contains gelatine which helps with inflamed intestines aka leaky gut syndrome which in dogs can result in bloating, diarrhoea, wind and food allergies.
Ideal for fussy eaters
Bone broth is also ideal for fussy eaters and dogs who are feeling a little under the weather.
Natural health supplement
All in all, Bone Broth could be considered the most natural health supplement you could possibly give your dog.
Now this is an absolute essential for a happy and healthy dog. Make beef or chicken bone broth in bulk and always keep some in the freezer. Not only is it good to give your dog a little of this nutrient-rich elixir every day, it’s always handy as a dressing for quick meals. A definite must for the homemade dog food pantry.
Download our PDF Brochure about Bone Broth
|Packed full of vitamins and minerals such as glucosamine, chondroitin, hyaluronic acid and collagen, bone broth is good for joints, tendons and ligaments, supports the immune system, helps detoxify the liver and even promotes a healthy digestive system. It’s particularly beneficial for the older dog to help protect against the effects of arthritis!|
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