We're excited to announce the new PAWsitively Sweet Bakery's Broth and Veggie combos. The combos are gluten-free, nutrient-rich, and contain no GMO.
• Beef Bone Broth with Roast Beef Meal Topper – dehydrated Roast Beef & veggies (green beans, peas and sweet potato)
• Chicken Bone Broth with Chicken Soup Meal Topper – dehydrated chicken and veggies (green beans, peas and sweet potato)
Bone broth provides a simple way to make your dog’s diet more nutritious and digestible. Bone broth has bountiful benefits helping improve your dog’s digestion, liver, and joint health. Dogs with sensitive stomachs and allergies will especially benefit since it is a great immune system booster.
Joint health is another benefit since bone broth it is filled with glycosaminoglycans loaded with joint protecting compounds like chondroitin and hyaluronic acid. The glycosaminogylcans are non-digestable and are instead absorbed and help lay down collagen in joints and ligaments.
Rich with glycine, bone broth and is an excellent and easy way to detox the liver. Between dogs consuming synthetic ingredients and toxic dewormers, flea and tick preventives, vaccines, and drugs the dog’s liver is constantly under attack.
A leaky gut is more common in dogs than people think. This is where the intestines contain tiny holes where digested nutrients enter the body become big and allow toxins, undigested food, and yeast to enter to body. A leaky gut is majority of the time the reason why dogs have food allergies and sensitivities. The best way to help plug up those holes is through gelatin, which bone broth is loaded with.
The best way to add bone broth into your dog’s diet is by adding a 1/2 cup to a 1 cup to each meal. If your dog is on a kibble diet, let the broth sit for 5 minutes and let the kibble absorb the broth. Kibble is lacking any sort of moisture or water and that lack of moisture makes it hard for your dog to digest. Adding broth to crunchy treats will soften them to make it easier for very young or older dogs to chew.
Bone broth is good for dogs in all life stages and can be easy to incorporate into their diet. Make sure to buy bone broth that it is all-natural and from a local source. Locally-sourced bone tends to be richer in glycosaminoglycans for your dog’s joint health.