NATURE'S LOGIC Dehydrated Beef Bone Broth Dog & Cat Food Topper, 6-oz tub -

Nature's Logic Dehydrated Beef Bone Broth Dog & Cat Food Topper, 6-oz tub

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  • The 6-oz. tub makes 10 cups (84-oz) of liquid broth while the 2-lb. tub makes 56 cups (452-oz) of broth, providing an abundant of tasty broth for your pal.
  • Helps support overall immunity, nutrient absorption and joint health as a natural source of trace minerals, amino acids, glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate.
  • Recommended as a daily supplement for dogs and cats of all ages and sizes and can be served as a savory drink or to moisten dry or dehydrated kibble.
  • Free from potatoes, peas, lentils, wheat, corn, rice, soy, potato or chemically synthesized vitamins, minerals, trace nutrients, carrageenan, guar gum or xanthan gum.

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Questions & Answers

22 Customer Questions

Does Nature's Logic source any ingredient in this beef bone broth from China? If so, which ingredient?
Answer by ChewySep 24, 2019
Nature’s Logic selects vendors that can supply ingredients from the USA and other countries with good food safety practices, such as New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and Europe. They also require their vendors can guarantee that the ingredients do not come from China, and that they contain no chemical preservatives, herbicides, or insecticides.

What is the expiration date for the 2 lb tub unused? And how long will it keep after you mix it with water?
Answer by ChewyApr 19, 2019
The shelf life for Nature's Logic Dehydrated Bone Broth is about 2 years. Additionally, broth that has been continuously refrigerated will keep for about 4 to 5 days.

Once you add water , can it be frozen into ice cubes for later use?
Answer by ChewyOct 11, 2022
After being mixed it can be frozen into ice cubes for a fun treat or to add to kibble for extra moisture.

Should it be refrigerated after opening to maintain didn’t say
Answer by ChewyJul 31, 2019
Any leftovers should be refrigerated and used within a few days. For the full instructions click the “Feeding Instructions” tab, next to the “Nutritional Info” tab, just under the product photos.

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Rated 3.8957 out of 5 stars
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115 Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Bandit on Apr 9, 2023

It’s alright

So the mixing instructions in my opinion are kind of useless because of how bad it clumps up. One thing I started doing was sprinkling the powder over the dry kibble and coating it. Then I would pour hot water and it mixed in perfectly fine. Aside from that issue the powder was great. Didn’t give my sensitive dog diarrhea at all and he took to it instantly.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By HappyMom on Feb 23, 2023

My dog loves this

Our dog is 10 years old and had started to walk around with her dry food in her mouth and drop pieces all over the kitchen and den as she was eating. It took her an hour or more to eat and then we had to clean up all the dropped dog food. It was driving me crazy. I purchased this broth and I put 1 tbsp in 1/2 cup of water, poured it over her food and now she never leaves the dish. She eats all her food in one sitting and doesn't carry it all around. Love It!!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By broth on Mar 16, 2023

Clumps like cornstarch

I usually get a different broth powder but saw this one and looked like a good amount for the price, I’ve given it a few tries but just can’t use it. I use hot water and it clumps together so bad I can’t even mix it. I’ve tried mixing with a spoon and a frother but both ways don’t work.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By mh on Feb 15, 2023

Smells terrible and cats will not touch it

Zero of my four cats will touch this. They are not picky eaters and usually consume food like tiny furry garbage disposals. It smells absolutely foul.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Shirley on May 4, 2023

Bone broth

I was hoping my cat would like this, but she won't touch it.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By kkmama on Dec 17, 2022

Guaranteed successful mixing instructions!

This is wonderful for supplementing diet, as are all their broths, and is especially good for sick animals who aren't eating or only eating small amounts. Cats in particular can get liver damage if they go too long without eating. I've given this to sick kitties (using oral syringe) who weren't eating and had them start eating again a day or two later so it definitely helps. I mostly use the turkey broth, but wanted to try this one as beef has nutrient elements that others don't. I also tried the pork, and this one - beef - definitely mixes differently than the others. I DO NOT heat the water directly that I mix the broth into. I use a hot water bath only. I also use a water bath to reheat refrigerated broth. NEVER microwave broth directly as it alters the molecular structure of the protein molecules, same reason baby formula instructions say to never microwave formula. Bad for babies, bad for pets. I start with whatever amount of cold water in a tall glass jar (only use GLASS to heat broth in for water bath). I use a 32 oz plastic yogurt container for the bath as its tall enough, but use whatever suitable container you have. I microwave water for the water bath til its hot, about 2 1/2 min for a cup or so is enough using tall 16 oz glass jar in 32 oz plastic container. Then pour it into plastic container and put jar of cold water in it. Hot water level should be at least 1/2 inch or more above level of water in jar. Let cold jar water warm in hot bath for a few minutes, then whisk in broth powder. It will clump, but don't worry about trying to whisk it smooth because you won't be able to. Just whisk the powder into the water for about 10-15 seconds or so, then let it sit with whisk in the broth (clumps will be attached to whisk). The bath water will cool quickly so pour it back in measuring cup you heated it in and microwave for another 2 1/2 minutes. Microwave the bath water only - DO NOT microwave broth! Pour hot water back into plastic container and let jar of broth sit in it. The clumps of powder WILL dissolve, at which time you can successfully whisk it some more. I've found it does not help to try and mix powder into already hot water as it still clumps. But letting it sit in the hot water bath always dissolves the clumps. Just takes a bit longer for the beef to dissolve than the turkey and pork. But it will dissolve. It seems to dissolve best when I reheat the bath water so its fairly hot as opposed to just warmer. When mixing this for feeding time I start this first and let it do its thing while preparing the food. If you don't want to mix broth every day, make a larger amount and refrigerate, using hot water bath to reheat what you need each time. It may sound complicated, but it really isn't. Once you've done it a couple times its basically effortless. Just let the hot water bath do the work for you. My kitties all love slurping broth with their food! Kitty approved!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Nicolette on Nov 29, 2022

Sticky but good!

My cat personally doesnt like it too much recently, he did at first, and I think its because its really hard to mix-up so it gets these super sticky glue like clumps. Otherwise Im grateful for it because mixing in the powder with any of his other food Im able to add water without actually watering it down!

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By jess on Dec 1, 2022

bone broth

it is a great quality product and has good natural supplements in it. only complaint is that it clumps and is very hard to mix it hardened to my spoon as i mixed so i had to add extra since most of it clumped.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Tori on Dec 16, 2022

clumps together

The product itself is fine, dogs love it, but if you’re just using warm/hot water, the powder clumps together and doesn’t mix very well.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By AikoTheExplorer on Jul 26, 2022

Drool worthy!

You know it is really good when they continue to lick their bowl after the food is gone. They absolutely love it! This bone broth is perfect solution for picky eater. This is easy way to add more flavor & moisture to their food. Easy to prepare.