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Have you ever fed your dog homemade bone broth before? If not this is not only a fantastic doggie detox, recovery tonic for sick or senior pets, a great source of glucosamine, chondroitin, hyaluronic acid and CALCIUM for dogs with arthritis or who don’t eat enough raw meaty bones, but it’s also easy to make and acts like a ‘super tasty’ & highly nutritious, home made sauce to add to your dogs fresh meats. *Note: Please dont EVER substitute a high quality Homemade Bone Broth for any store bought Chicken Or Beef Stocks, as they are FULL OF SALT (even the low sodium versions) have un-comparable calcium or nutritional benefits for your dog and generally contain loads of aftificial colours, flavours, additives and preservatives.

RAW (pref organic or grass fed if you can) chicken or turkey frames, necks, wings and/or drumsticks are perfect or lamb bones OR beef bones. Just try not to use too many brisket bones or marrow bones (as they are very high in fat) or Pork Bones. And especially stay clear of Ham or Bacon Bones, as they tend to be quite toxic to dogs, due to being cured with loads of Salt, chemical preservatives & (cancer causing) phosphates.

– 1.5kg – 2 kg Raw Bones of your choice
– Raw Organic Unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar (with the mother)
– Fresh Water

Step 1 – Add approx 1.5kg – 2kg of fresh, raw, bones of your choice into a slow cooker or pot, then fully cover the bones with fresh filtered water + an extra inche or two. Add 4 tbsp of Unfiltered Organic Apple Cider Vinegar (with the mother), place on the lid and bring to the boil on a high heat for 1 hour. Remove any foam off the top of the water (if there is any), then turn the heat down to low and leave to cook with the lid on over night (for approx 24 hours) or until the same time the following morning.

Step 2 – After cooking for 24 hrs, turn off the heat, remove the lid and remove “ALL” of the bones and excess meat/fat/small loose bones and throw them away. *Note: Do NOT give these cooked bones etc to your dog, as they will be an extreme choking hazzard. Then just strain the liquid into a clean bowl, allow to cool on the bench for an hour or so, then place the bowl in the fridge for the fat to set overnight.

Step 3 – Spoon Off all of the white fat off the top layer of the broth and throw it away. *You’ll know you’ve done a good job, if the broth has a nice thick, jelly like consistency.

Step 4 – Then pour the broth into either icecube trays (for daily serving sizes for smaller dogs) or make as many 2 cup sized portions (for larger dogs) as you can to freeze that same day. Then just use one thawed ice cube portion per day for smaller dogs OR keep 1 x 2 cup portion (in the fridge) for up to a week, to add a couple of heaped tblsp to your larger dogs meals each night (YAY)

– Just use one kind of animals bones per batch eg: use either chicken, turkey, lamb or beef etc, try not too mix different kinds of animal bones into the same broth
– Dont give too much bone broth to dogs who eat a lot of processed dog food or already eat enough raw meaty bones on a weekly basis #mpdl