Bone broth is a super food for dogs and cats, perfect as a hydrating, nutritional boost, and especially good for helping to maintain (and restore) a healthy gut and joints. It is a very easy to digest, bioavailable source of protein and minerals so is a great addition to any diet (including dry kibble), especially if the pet has been unwell and is struggling to digest other food.  


Here are a few key benefits:

  • Helps repair leaky guts as contains gelatin (form of collagen) which can form a mucus barrier, plus glycine and glutamine which keeps the gut lining healthy. Leaky gut (where undigested food, toxins etc pass into the body) can contribute to a lot of issues such as ear and skin infections, autoimmune conditions, UTIs, inflammatory bowel disease etc.
  • Helps lubricate, cushion and protect cartilage and joints, plus support healthy intestinal lining, skin and coat as contains chondroitin, glucosamine and hyaluronic acid.
  • Improves liver function and wound healing abilities as it contains glycine.


    Our broth is in concentrate form, so 500mls will make up to 2 litres of broth.  It is in handy 30-35ml blocks so you can defrost small amounts (15 blocks per bag).  It can be added to meals (including kibble) to provide a nutrient boost or served on its own. Use approx 50mls (diluted)  per day for cats and small dogs (under 12kg), 100 - 150mls diluted for medium dogs ( 12-25kg) and approx 150 to 250mls/day for large dogs 25kg and above


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      100% NZ Wild Venison bones & joints. Our are extremely vigilant, using registered hunters who only hunt on certified poison-free and TB- free land.  All product is processed in plants stringently approved by the Ministry of Primary Industries. 


      New Zealand Wild Venison Bones & Joints, Distilled Water, 1% Organic N.Z Apple Cider Vinegar.


      500ml bags, containing 5 x 100ml blocks 


      Keep frozen, dilute 1 part broth to 4 parts warm water. Add to normal meal or eat on its own.  Use within 24 hours of thawing