Bones & Co Frozen Bone Broth – 16oz.


Supplements act as a nutritional BOOST for dogs and cats of all shapes, sizes, and levels of health. It’s at times when dogs need it the most—after a long run, being outside in summer heat or winter cold, or recovering from a surgery or illness—that supplements can be a vital ingredient to boost health and wellness.

Adding nutritional toppers like bone broth to kibble, dry food, or even to raw food helps dogs and cats thrive and strive toward being their best PAW-sible self.

The benefits of bone broth for dogs can include:

  • Joint rejuvenation
  • Healthy gut
  • Digestion support
  • Enhanced hydration
  • Skin & coat health
  • Increased appetite (due to a healthy, optimally-functioning gut)

Just like humans, when dogs experience inflammation and metabolic stress, their body is operating at a less-than-ideal state. To combat this, you can feed your pup anti-inflammatory, healthy-gut promoting, nutrient-dense whole foods to help them thrive.

Bonus for cats:
Bone broth, along with goat milk, are two supplements that are also approved for cats! Just like with dogs, bone broth is great for hydration, it promotes healthy gut functioning, and it’s delicious! Your cat will be meow-ing for more.

Idea #1: Serve as-is   Giving your pet bone broth the first time this way might be ideal. All you have to do is take the bone broth from the freezer and place it in the fridge until defrosted.  Once defrosted, pour a bit into your pet’s bowl and voila! A happy, healthy, hydrated doggo or cat awaits.

Idea #2: Serve as a topper   Adding a bit of bone broth on top of your pet’s regular meal never hurts!  Especially if you are currently feeding kibble and can only afford to add supplements, adding bone broth to kibble or dry food during meal time will help tremendously with digestion (to help digest difficult-to-digest carbs) and hydration (since kibble lacks intracellular moisture).

Once the broth is defrosted, pour a bit into your pet’s bowl during mealtime. Adding the broth to kibble or raw food will give them a BOOST of gut and joint support.

Idea #3: Get creative! Broth cubes A fun way to serve bone broth is by re-freezing defrosted broth as “broth cubes” for your pup or cat!  Especially during hot summer days, a broth cube can be a good way to cool your pet down, keep them hydrated, and give them some good mental stimulation of chompin’ on an ice cube.  To make broth cubes, 1) defrost the broth, 2) pour broth into an ice tray, 3) re-freeze and serve!

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Turkey Ingredients:  Filtered Water,Turkey Bones, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar.

Chicken Ingredients:  Filtered Water, Chicken Bones, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar.

Beef Ingredients:  Filtered Water, Organic Beef Bones, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar.

Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein (min): 3.0%, Crude Fat (min): 0.1%, Crude Fiber (max): 0.5%, Moisture (max): 97%

Suggested Daily Serving for Adult Pets
Weight Oz per Day

  • For pets under 20 pounds, serve them 1 oz of bone broth a day.
  • For pets between 20-40 pounds, serve them 2 oz of bone broth a day.
  • For pets between 50-80 pounds, feed them 4 oz of bone broth a day.
  • For pets 80+ pounds, feed them 6 oz of bone broth a day.

Beef, Chicken, Turkey


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