Homemade in Moe’s Kitchen at Moe’s Meats and Bones.
Your bone broth from Moe’s Kitchen will come frozen in a glass canning jar. Though the bone broth is skimmed prior to deep freezing, there will still be a layer of fat on top. You can scoop this off and discard, or use as a way to give your pet pills and medication. Be sure to warm the broth prior to serving. You want your pet to drink the broth warm, not cold.
We believe that bone broth for dogs is an integral part of the raw meat diet. This is especially true as your pet ages and his muscles began to weaken. We make our bone broth by simmering beef marrow bones and chicken feet. You can read, and see, the cooking process from this blog entry
Because our bone broth is made with bones and cartilage, this results in a dense broth that contains a variety of vitamins, minerals, gelatin, and collagen. The gelatin and collagen helps support a dog’s connective tissue and keeps the joints healthy and strong. More of the benefits of bone broth for dogs and cats can be read about here
. In short, bone broth helps heal connective tissues such as the gastrointestinal tract, the joints, the skin, the lungs, the muscles and the blood. If your pet has the following conditions, bone broth can be incredibly helpful:
- Gastrointestinal ailments, esp. Inflammatory Bowel Disease
- Decreased appetite with chronic kidney disease
- Arthritis and degenerative Joint Disease
- Chronic Skin allergies and ear infections
- As a medium to hide herbs and drugs in