The Biome Broth Study

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This is your opportunity for your dog to join the Biome Broth study. 

The Biome Broth Study has been set up to test the microbiome of dogs before and after including bone broth daily in their diet. 

What you will receive:

2 x microbiome tests, one before the broth and one for after the broth.

Enough bone broth to last your dog 4 x weeks.

This is an amazing chance to be part of a unique and ground-breaking study for bone broth.

Click here to learn more about the study.

By selecting your dog for this study, you are committing to the following guidelines:

  1. Your dog has been suffering from poor health and you are willing to complete a questionnaire to explain.
  2. Your dog has never had bone broth before. This is vital and important you tell the truth, as it could affect the study.
  3. You will send poop samples of your dog within the deadline given to you. Failure to do so will be exemption from the study.
  4. You will give your dog bone broth every day and record their food diary.
  5. Send all forms back to Boil and Broth promptly and within deadlines.

On completion of your order, you will receive an email from us with forms you need to complete and return to us. 

It's important to understand this study is a commitment to your dog's wellness, please only sign up if you can dedicate the time to this.

Click here to learn more about the Biome Broth Study Team

How to Use

Watch our How to Use video here.

Our broths are high in concentration. They contain pure protein. This is why you only need a small amount per serving.

A 50g pouch can rehydrate back to 1 litre of liquid bone broth. This is equivalent to 30 servings for a small dog.

Recommended Serving Guidelines:

Small Dog (5-20kg) = 1/3 scoop with 30ml-50ml of boiling hot water.

Medium Dog (20-35kg) = 1/2 scoop with 50ml-70ml of boiling hot water.

Large Dog (35kg+) = 1 scoop with 100ml of boiling hot water.

Rehydrate back to liquid broth.

Measure the broth powder according to the feeding guidelines below. Add boiling hot water and stir well to prevent clumping. Let the broth cool before serving.

Rehydrate back to a collagen jelly.

Add one scoop (5g) to a jug with 70ml of boiling hot water. Double the amount if you want to make up more. If you want more jelly, just use less water per scoop. Stir well and then put your liquid broth into your fridge. We recommend the back of the fridge because it’s cooler. Make sure your fridge is set to 3 degrees. Leave for 24 hours.

Rehydrate back to a liquid and freeze into moulds.

Add two scoops to a jug with 100ml of boiling hot water. Stir well and then pour your broth into frozen moulds. Place in the freezer for 24 hours.

Sprinkle on a meal as a topper.

Following the feeding guidelines, sprinkle the broth powder directly on to your dog’s meal.

Rehydrate back to liquid broth and add to recipes.

Add one scoop to a jug with 100ml of boiling hot water. Stir well and add to your favourite dog recipes. Check out our blog for some of our recipe suggestions.

How to Store

Store on your shelf in a cool dry place. Use within 2 years of opening, or before the best before date.

If you rehydrate your broth back to a liquid then store in the fridge, use within 5 days.

If you rehydrate your broth back to a liquid then store in the freezer, use within 12 months.

Product Details

Weight – 50g
Pouch size 14 x 11 x 4 cm

Each pouch arrives in a resealable and recyclable pouch, meaning they are easy for you to store at home, and you can do your bit for the environment.

Made using 100% natural ingredients, we choose to dehydrate our bone broths for a longer shelf life and make them easy for you to use. All you do is simply add boiling hot water.

We do not add any nasties to our broths, especially fillers and bulking agents like other broth companies who use these to make more money. Our broths are 100% natural and have been delicately made in our factory in North Dorset, UK. We only ever use human-grade British bones and support our local British farmers.

Product Guarantee

Our broths and kefir water are backed by vets all over the world. Watch this podcast with our Founder Rachel Down and the Raw Pet Medics.

FAQs

My bone broth won’t turn into jelly, why is this?

Collagen is the protein that makes your broth turn to jelly. Collagen is a delicate protein and will only set at temperatures of 3-4 degrees. Make sure your fridge is turned right down to get your broth to wobble.

My parcel hasn’t arrived, what should I do?

We use Royal Mail to send our parcels. Please visit our shipping policy for more information. Link to the shipping policy

How much apple cider vinegar is used?

Apple cider vinegar is used as a processing ingredient. There is less than 1% used during the broth production process. Once the broth has been pressure cooked, there is no apple cider vinegar left in the final product.

My broth sticks to the spoon when stirring, why is this?

Collagen causes the broth to stick to the spoon. It is a natural product and you need to be patient with it. Simply use another spoon to scrape off the collagen into the hot water and continue to stir.

Can I freeze my broth once rehydrated?

Yes absolutely. This is a common way people love to use our broths. Simply make up the broths following the guidelines and then put any unwanted liquid broth in the freezer.

Is bone broth safe for my dog with CKD?

Caution must be taken when introducing any new supplements to your dog’s diet if they have CKD. Always consult with your vet. We do recommend small amounts of broth for dogs with CKD. Broth is great for gut health, so giving your dog 10ml of rehydrated broth daily can help support their gut health and keep them hydrated.

Is bone broth safe for my dog with pancreatitis?

Caution must be taken when introducing any new supplements to your dog’s diet if they have pancreatitis. Always consult with your vet. We do recommend small amounts of broth for dogs with pancreatitis. Broth is great for gut health, so giving your dog 10ml of rehydrated broth daily can help support their gut health and keep them hydrated.

My dog is new to bone broth, how should I introduce broth to their diet?

We recommend introducing our broths slowly. 10ml per day for 3 days, and then increase the dose until they reach their weight according to the feeding guideline.

Can I travel with my broth?

Yes absolutely. Our broths are great to travel with and can really help if your dog develops an upset tummy when you are away.

When introducing bone broth to your dog’s diet, please consult your vet.