Bone Broth?

Discussion in 'Health & Nutritional Care' started by CeeCee, Apr 30, 2018.

  1. CeeCee

    CeeCee Well-Known Member

    Does anyone make and feed their dogs bone broth? If so, I'm interested in hearing what your experiences have been with it?
     
  2. DennasMom

    DennasMom Well-Known Member

    I make lots of "bone broth"... aka "stock". I toss veggie scraps and some grass-fed lamb bones in the crock pot about once a month and let it cook for a good 36-48 hours. I then strain and freeze the broth in ice cube trays and use it in all sorts of stuff... stir fry, sauces, pasta, liquid in the Instant Pot for roasts, etc.

    I used to make the stock for the dog and I to share - now the stock is just for us humans, and the dog gets "tendon soup". It's basically bone broth made with cow feet and some different spices. My PT vet gave me the recipe as a joint & tendon supplement. Denna tore her CCL in 2016, and is still doing physical therapy to maintain balance and flexibility. Denna LOVES her Tendon Soup ice cubes (she gets 2 cubes / 2oz with every meal). Her knee is doing great, so, maybe it's helping that, too!

    Recipe is attached.
     

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  3. April Nicole

    April Nicole Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the recipe Dennas mom
     
  4. CeeCee

    CeeCee Well-Known Member


    Very cool! Thank you :)
     

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