Organic Bone Broth Recipe for Dogs
Health Benefits of Bone Broth for Dogs
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Dr. Dobias Natural Healing. However, I will always offer my readers an unbiased and honest account of my experiences. Your trust is very appreciated, and never taken for granted. ~Tonya, Dexter and Nutter
What is Bone Broth?
Bone broth has been around from the beginning of mankind. Our hunter-gatherer ancestors would never consider wasting any part of a good kill. Everything was used from the kill: meat, organs, horns, hide, and even the bones. Bone broth is the liquid made from cooked bones and water.
Dog Bone Broth Benefits
Over the years, bone broth has been used to nourish the body. Typical uses of bone broth include healing the gut, easing allergies, boosting the immune system, aiding joint health, and even helping with neurological disorders. Bone marrow contains protein, omega 3 fatty acids, calcium, magnesium, potassium, and other minerals.
When looking at bone broth through the eyes of Traditional Chinese Medicine Theory, bones are connected to the kidney system. By consuming the marrow from the bones, you will be supporting your dog’s kidneys and increasing QI (energy).
How to Make Bone Broth for a Dog
Making dog bone broth is pretty easy. I make Dexter’s organic bone broth in a slow cooker, then freeze his bone broth in ice cube trays and serve one a day. When you are looking to boost your dog’s nutrition, it’s important to start with quality ingredients, preferably organic. At the minimum, I purchase hormone- and antibiotic-free bones.
Your bone broth recipe can be flexible and changeable. Including organic meat bones with cartilage, distilled water, and organic raw apple cider vinegar is a great start.
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