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Dog food and feeding => General discussion => Topic started by: Seaweed on Jan 19, 2019, 09:07
Bone Broth seems to be back. Here's a few links for a further look.
5 reasons broth is so healthy for dogs.
So is there a dark side.
Is Bone Broth Safe for Dogs? https://keepthetailwagging.com/is-bone-broth-safe-for-dogs/
Bone Broth is available from at least two raw dog food companies.
Bella and Duke, Lamb or Beef, 500ml. https://www.bellaandduke.com/products/bonnie-bone-broth-for-cats-dogs/
Henley Dog Food, Lamb or Beef, 500ml. https://henleyrawdogfood.com/?s=broth&post_type=product
Non Canine link. Meat Stock vs Bone Broth - What's the difference and what should you choose? - YouTube
Different Dog is selling lamb bone broth in 180g pots - link. (https://www.differentdog.com/bone-broth.html)
A complementary nourishing drink that can be served as a tasty nutrition boost, to moisten food or as a liquid treat with benefits. It’s full of nutrients and such an ideal broth for dogs that are a little under the weather, but also perfect to entice picky eaters and for all dogs looking to stay in tip-top health.
Water, Grass Fed Lamb Bones (15%), Apple Cider Vinegar, Carrots, Parsley.
Moisture95.3% Protein 3.0%
Fat 0.7% Ash 2.8%
Thank you Dottie, well spotted.
luna and me also sell this bone broth. :)
Thank you for letting us know, Rebecca.
Scottish Canine Bone Broth made with water from Loch Katrine, I believe only available through stockists, one being Stefs Pantry.
Dorset company launches bone broth for dogs. https://www.petgazette.biz/194556-dorset-company-launches-bone-broth-for-dogs/
Bone Broth for Pets. https://www.boilandbroth.com/product/buy-bone-broth-for-dogs/