Why make bone broth for your dogs?
Bone broth for your dog is full of delicious and nutritious minerals and nutrients that dogs love
- packed with minerals like calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, and potassium
- Helps maintain a healthy gut, especially for dogs with digestive issues
- Supports your dog’s immune system and detoxes his liver
- Helps protect his joints
- Hydrating especially if you’re pet has been unwell
How do I make bone broth?
You can use a slow cooker, pressure cooker, saucepan, or in the oven
Just add your bones, cover with water, add any extras (see below for ideas)
(some believe vinegar/apple cider vinegar helps draw the goodness out, others say not! So add a tablespoon or not as you wish!!)
Simmer, strain, dispose safely and securely of cooked bones (please never feed cooked bones), and feed the broth, you can feed room temperature or chill or freeze for later use
Suggested simmering times are
Pressure cooker 2 hours
Saucepan 3-4 hours
Slow cooker 12 hours
What bones can I use?
Actually any!!!! Cooked or raw, chicken, beef, lamb, any!! And carcass, ribs, leg, any bone!!
A great use of the Sunday dinner bones, as you should not feed dogs cooked bones
Boost Your Broth
Add garlic, turmeric, ginger, herbs (parsley, dandelion, nettles), mushrooms, lemon as you wish
Bone broth for your dog can be served on its own or as an addition to a meal, meat or kibble can be boosted with this healthy broth. It may set into jelly when chilled, if not don’t worry, but a great idea is to freeze in an ice cube tray for feeding later or if they have an upset tummy.
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