Health benefits of chicken bone broth powder for dogs
The health benefits of our chicken bone broth powder for dogs are numerous. It is a rich source of pure protein, including essential amino acids like Collagen Type II, which promotes a healthy balance in your dog. Additionally, our broth contains glucosamine and chondroitin, beneficial for supporting joint function. Our bone broth has gained recognition from veterinarians, making it one of the leading products in the market. It has proven results in gut healing, joint and ligament support, as well as enhancing the coat, skin, and nail health of dogs. Don’t forget to check out the positive reviews on Trustpilot and Google.
If your dog has allergies, we offer different flavours for you to try, ensuring a suitable option for your dog’s dietary needs and preferences.
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How to use chicken bone broth powder for dogs.
Using our chicken bone broth powder for dogs is simple. Use the provided scoop to measure a level scoop of powder and add it to a jug or cup. Then, pour 100ml of boiling hot water and stir thoroughly to prevent clumping.
Follow the serving suggestions below based on your dog’s weight.
Small dog/cat (5 – 20kg): 30-50ml of liquid bone broth
Medium dog: 50 – 100ml of liquid broth
Large dog: 100 – 150ml of liquid broth
How to store
For storage, keep the dried broth in an airtight container for up to 2 years. Once you’ve prepared the liquid broth, store it in the fridge for up to 5 days. Alternatively, you can make a larger batch and freeze it, extending its shelf life up to 1 year.
Our chicken broth for dogs is made from chicken bones, water, and apple cider vinegar, ensuring natural and wholesome ingredients. However, it’s always important to seek advice from your veterinarian before introducing any new supplements to your dog’s diet.
Analytical Constituents per 5g:
Moisture content: 0.3%
Crude Fats: < 0.5g
Crude Fibre: < 0.5g
Crude Ash: 0.2g
Remember, when considering new supplements for your dog or cat, it’s essential to consult with your veterinarian. Their expertise will guide you in making the best decisions for your pet’s health and well-being.