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1 quart - Beef Broth for Cats & Dogs

1 quart - Beef Broth for Cats & Dogs

Just bones and water. Nothing added.

Made with one simple nutrient-dense ingredient. 

Here at Miller’s Bio Farm, we value health. And we don’t waste anything. Even down to the bone. We simmer our pasture raised, 100% grass-fed, chemical-free beef bones, including knuckle and marrow bones, in water for 48 hours to ensure that you get the rich minerals and vitamins you need. 

Bone broth is full of vitamins and minerals such as Vitamin A, Vitamin K2, iron, fatty acids, selenium, zinc, manganese plus more! 

Your pets can benefit from being fed bone broth:

Joint Health - Bone broth contains a natural source of glucosamine-chondroitin, gelatin, proline, and glycine. These are proven to help keep cartilage healthy and relieve stiffness and joint pain. Gelatin helps build & support connective tissues including your pets tendons & ligaments.

Gut health - Glutamine, an amino acid in bone broth, has serious potential for improving digestion and has been known to prevent and heal leaky gut. Bone broth has also been shown to protect and heal the mucosal lining of the digestive tract. This is also great for pets who have been diagnosed with IBD and IBS. Gelatin found in bone broth can also bind to water in your pets digestive tract, which allows food to move through the gut more efficiently.

Hydration - Bone broth adds moisture and nutrients to dry and wet food. Dogs and cats that are eating canned or raw can still benefit from all the moisture, soothing qualities, and nutrients. Many cats tend not to drink water so this is a great way to keep them hydrated.

Is your pet feeling under the weather? - Bone broth is gentle, soothing, and easy to digest. And, it's super nutritious. It increases fluid consumption and offers much-needed nutrients at a time when your pet needs a boost.

*You can add pet-friendly veggies and herbs for added nutrition. 

**If your pet has pancreatitis or is on a low fat diet please be sure to remove the fat cap and discard before warming the broth and serving.