Health benefits of pork broth powder for dogs
The health benefits of our pork broth protein powder for dogs are substantial. It offers 100% pure protein, which includes essential amino acids like Porcine Collagen Type I and III, among other important proteins, promoting a healthy balance for your dog. The broth also contains glucosamine and chondroitin, supporting joint function and overall well-being. Our bone broth is highly regarded by veterinarians and has shown positive results in gut healing, joint and ligament support, as well as benefiting the coat, skin, and nails. To learn more about the experiences of our satisfied customers, we encourage you to check out our Trust Pilot and Google reviews. If your dog has allergies, consider trying a different flavor to accommodate their specific dietary needs.
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How to use pork broth powder for dogs
Using our pork broth protein powder is easy. Simply use the scoop provided and measure out a level scoop of powder. Add the powder to a jug or cup, and then pour 100ml of boiling hot water. Stir well to prevent clumping. Follow the serving suggestions below based on your dog’s weight to determine the appropriate amount of liquid bone broth to serve.
Small dog/cat (5kg – 20kg): 30-50ml of liquid bone broth
Medium dog (20kg – 35kg): 50ml – 70ml of liquid broth
Large dog (35kg +): 70ml – 100ml of liquid broth
How to store
When it comes to storage, keep the dried broth in an airtight container for up to 2 years. Once you have prepared the liquid broth, it can be stored in the fridge for up to 5 days. Alternatively, you can make a larger batch and freeze it, allowing you to keep the broth for up to 1 year.
Our pork broth protein powder is made from pork bones, water, and apple cider vinegar, ensuring a high-quality and nutritious supplement for your dog’s diet.
Analytical constituents per 5g scoop:
Moisture content: 0.3%
Crude fats: < 0.5g
Crude fiber: < 0.5g
Crude ash: 0.2g
As always, it’s essential to seek advice from your veterinarian before introducing any new supplements to your dog’s or cat’s diet, ensuring it aligns with their specific needs and health conditions.