Bone broth is the secret to your dog's long life
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Broth made of animal bones
Bones contain a lot of nutrients. Unfortunately, if you give your dog a bone to chew, chances are he or she may either choke on it or the bone may not be chewed properly and it may cause perforation of the intestine. Therefore, bone broth is a better option.
Use the leftover beef or pork buns and allow them to stew for a long time.
Pork, Chicken, turkey or beef leftover bones are cooked slowly for over 24 hours to extract the nutrition The bones into the broth.
Bone broth is a nutrition supplement.
Do not make the mistake of thinking that bone broth can be used as a meal replacement for your dog. Bone broth is a nutritional supplement which can be added to your dog’s regular diet to act as a rich source of nutrition.
Tones of nutrition benefits
Bone broth has many nutritional benefits for dogs. Keep on scrolling to find out how bone broth can increase the life of your dog.
Can protect against arthritis in senior years
The joint cartilage of dogs tends to wear down due to the constant use and gets damaged by the time your dog reaches senior years. Bone broth is extremely rich in glucosamine, gelatin, and collagen. These have a vital role in connective tissue formation and promoting joint health.
Keep's your dog’s liver clean and functioning at high capacity.
Dogs tend to put a lot of things in their mouth. For example, chewing toys, taking flowers, eating grass full of insecticides et cetera such items put pressure on the liver.
Bone growth has a ton of lysine. Lysine is used by the liver to detoxify the canine body.
Promotes nutrient absorption
If your dog is not on an unhealthy diet, the natural holes present in your dog’s intestine may become larger and cause food sensitivity and allergies. Bone broth is rich in gelatin which protects the gut lining and cures the leaky gut problem in dogs.
If your dog is suffering from malnourishment, bone broth can be an amazing supplement.
Remember to consult your vet before adding any nutritional supplement to your dog’s diet.
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