Ingredients for Chicken Bone Broth: Chicken bones (65%), water, and homemade organic apple cider vinegar used for mineral extraction only. No added ingredients.
Chicken bone broth for dogs, and cats
At Boil and Broth, we provide bone broth to help improve your pet’s digestive system. Our broth has proven results in reducing inflammation, we have even had customers who have told us their dog’s cough has cleared up overnight. With our bone broth, we add chia seeds. Chia seeds are a great natural fibre source that can help to firm up those poops.
All our bone is made using antibiotic and hormone-free bones sourced locally here in Dorset. We cook our bone broth exactly the same as we do for humans, meaning that it is high quality and has excellent gut-healing results – check out our reviews on Google and Facebook.
2.5g of protein in just 100g
Our bone broth will arrive frozen in easy to use resealable pouches
Store in the freezer for up to 6 months. Once opened, keep refrigerated and use within 5 days
How to Use:
Open the pouch and stir the seeds into the broth. Add the broth from the pack to your pets meal and mash with a fork
Gluten and sugar-free, no additional ingredients; simply broth.
Analytical Constituents for chicken broth: Per 100g
Moisture content: 95%
Crude Fats: < 0.5g
Crude Fibre: 1g
Crude Ash: 0g
Feeding Guidelines by weight:
5lbs-20lbs = 30g-50g
20lbs-50lbs = 50g-100g
50lbs-100lbs = 100g-150g
Our little furry friends need a good diet just as much as we do. Did you know that even your pets have a gut microbiome, but what does this mean?
The gut microbiome resides in the gastrointestinal tract of dogs and plays host to an array of microbes including beneficial bacteria, friendly yeasts, and other important microbes that help to keep the health of your dog’s immune system. Through up to date research, we are learning that gut dysbiosis, which is the imbalance of the gut microbiome, can be responsible for diseases seen in dogs  and in other animals. All mammals have gut bacteria in their digestive system and the understanding of the development of this complex ecosystem is becoming extremely important to the understanding of the gut bacteria’s relationship with the immune system (the body’s defence against infection and disease).
Antibiotics and other medications are related to disrupting your pet’s gut microbiome, as well as causing inflammation to the gut. Inflammation in the gut prevents food digestion and can cause food intolerances. This means that your pet will not benefit from the nutrients found in food, because the gut will become inefficient in doing so. Therefore, it’s really important to focus on improving your pet’s digestive system. This will result in a happy healthier pet