Dog Beer Bone Broth should be in your pets' bowl, whether your pet is suffering from Illness, Allergies or you are just wanting to keep them in Peak Health. Simply drizzle over kibble or raw to add a nutritional boost that they will love.
Benefits of Dog Beer Bone Broth for Dogs & Cats can include:
* Joint rejuvenation.
* Healthy gut.
* Digestion support.
* Enhanced hydration.
* Skin & coat health.
* Increased appetite (due to a healthy, optimally-functioning gut)
Not only does Dog Beer Bone Broth contain super amazing amounts of glucosamine, it's also packed with other joint protecting compounds like chondroitin and hyaluronic acid.
The lining of the intestines contains millions of tiny holes that allow the passage of digested nutrients to enter the body. Stress, poor diet and bacterial overgrowth can cause more holes to open or to become bigger…this is called leaky gut.
Dog Beer Bone broth is loaded with a gooey substance that can plug up those leaky holes: gelatin!
HELPS WITH RECOVERY:
Have you ever had a dog with terrible diarrhea and had trouble getting him back on solid food? Or a dog who is convalescing and doesn't have a great appetite but you know he needs more nutrition?
Dog Beer Bone Broth to the rescue!
Dog Beer Bone broth is also loaded with glycine, which aids digestion by helping to regulate the synthesis of bile salts and secretion of gastric acid.
ASSISTS WITH LIVER DETOX, IMMUNE SUPPORT & ALLERGIES:
The liver is the organ of detoxification. The dog's liver is under pressure daily as the poor dog lies on carpets and floors treated with chemicals, walks on grass that's been treated and sprayed with poisons, consumes foods with toxic and synthetic ingredients, and suffers through toxic dewormers, flea and tick preventives, drugs, antibiotics, vaccines and more.
The liver was never meant to suffer this onslaught and its capacity to detoxify is limited by the availability of the amino acid glycine. Guess what has tons of glycine? Dog Beer Bone Broth!
HOW TO FEED:
Add one or two tablespoons of bone broth to your dog's normal meals at first. After about a week, you can add a bit more. Too much of any new food too quickly can upset your dog's digestive system, so only give your dog a Tablespoon or two to start, then increase two or three of bone broth per day depending on their size.