Known as a canine superfood. This homemade bone broth is made from grass-fed animals sourced from small farms in the Midwest.
Dogs are constantly exposed to germs. I mean, mine lick EVERYTHING, from carpets, to hard wood floors, to refrigerator doors. I often find them munching on tiny creatures living in our lawn, drinking stagnant rain water, you name it, they have probably ingested it. My solution, bone broth, as it contains tons of the amino acid called glycine which is what the liver needs to detoxify.
I know, awesome right?
But it doesn’t stop there.
Bone broth is loaded with glucosamine, chondroitin, and hyaluronic acid which you may already have in your cabinet and spending a ton of money on. If you make or buy bone broth you will be spending a fraction of that for a larger amount, and not to mention the natural aspect of it. We as humans have become more conscientious of what we put into our bodies and the same should applied to our devoted companions.