Nature's Logic Dehydrated Pork Bone Broth for Dogs & Cats

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Description

Add a splash of savory flavor to your precious pet’s diet with Nature's Logic Dehydrated Pork Bone Broth for Dogs & Cats. Made from 100% all-natural, dehydrated pork bone broth, this tasty liquid drink is the purr-fect way to add enticing flavor and hydrating moisture to your furry friend’s next meal. And because bone broth naturally contains trace minerals, amino acids, glucosamine and chondroitin sulfate, it also helps boost his immune system, maintain or improve joint health, and enhance nutrient absorption for overall well-being. Plus, since this tasty broth is made for both cats and dogs, it is especially perfect for multi-pet households with canine companions and feline friends!

Key Benefits
  • 100% all-natural, dehydrated pork bone broth is gluten-free and made without the use of synthetic ingredients.
  • The 6-oz. tub makes 10 ½ cups (84-oz) of liquid broth while the 2-lb. tub makes 56 ½ cups (452-oz) of broth, providing an abundance 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 used to moisten dry or dehydrated kibble.
  • Does not contain 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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  • Item Number
    141679
  • Weight
    6 ounces
  • Brand

    Nature's Logic

  • Breed Size

    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds

  • Food Form

    Dehydrated, Powder, Mix, Treats

  • Lifestage

    Adult

  • Made in

    United States

  • Special Diet

    Grain-Free, High-Protein, Limited Ingredient Diet, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Gluten Free

Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Dehydrated Pork Bone Broth.

Caloric Content

3,400 kcal/kg, 24 kcal/tablespoon

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 90.0 % min
Crude Fat 0.5% min
Crude Fiber 1.0% max
Moisture 6.0% max
Potassium 5,904 mg/kg min
Magnesium 77 mg/kg min
Chloride 5,130 mg/kg min
Iron 3 mg/kg min
Glucosamine 13,700 mg/kg min
Glycine 17.5% min
Chondroitin 16,000 mg/kg min
Feeding Instructions

This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.

  • 6-oz tub of powder makes (84-oz) 10-1/2 cups of liquid broth.

  • 2-lb tub of powder makes (452-oz) 56-1/2 cups of liquid broth.

How to make: Mix 2 tablespoons with an 8 oz cup of warm water and stir. Refrigerate any leftovers and use within a few days.

Serving Suggestion: Serve about 1/4 cup of broth per 25 lbs bodyweight per serving. Adjust accordingly for larger or smaller pets.

  • Serve as a savory drink or treat
  • Use to hydrate Nature's Logic kibble
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9 Reviews 9 Reviews 3.6 out of 5 Stars

67% Recommend

67% of reviewersrecommend this product

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  • Ohhhh.... bummer

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    I'm sorry, Chewy, but my cats wouldn't even TRY a SNIFF.... I was really hoping they would, for the arthritis-reducing effect. My elder cat, Frodo, just looked at the dish, at ME, then BACK at the dish like... "WHAT???". Even the ferals we "rescued" wanted nothing to do with it The Great, BIG... HYOOOG raccoons didn't want it. Oh well...

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  • My cats love this!

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    In the process of switching my cats over to Nature's Logic canned food, which is very dry compared to other brands, I discovered that making 1/4 of a batch of this (mix 1/2 Tablespoon of powder + 2 ounces of warm water) and adding it to an entire can of Nature's Logic canned cat food makes the consistency more like their old brand (the now drastically changed for the worse Instinct Ultimate Protein Rabbit). Nature's Logic has a distinctive smell that it seems some cats don't like, but the scent of this warm broth enticed my 2 cats to try a new flavor right away. The cats will both lap this up on its own from a saucer/dish as well. Great healthy option that keeps well in the closet. Don't try In the process of switching my cats over to Nature's Logic canned food, which is very dry compared to other brands, I discovered that making 1/4 of a batch of this (mix 1/2 Tablespoon of powder + 2 ounces of warm water) and adding it to an entire can of Nature's Logic canned cat food makes the consistency more like their old brand (the now drastically changed for the worse Instinct Ultimate Protein Rabbit). Nature's Logic has a distinctive smell that it seems some cats don't like, but the scent of this warm broth enticed my 2 cats to try a new flavor right away. The cats will both lap this up on its own from a saucer/dish as well. Great healthy option that keeps well in the closet. Don't try to stir this with a spoon to mix because you'll get a lumpy mixture. Get a mason jar & use it as a shaker. Be sure you're adding warm water, too, not cold water. Recommend highly!! … more

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  • My cats didn't even go near it

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    I'm a bit disappointed. I was hoping that my oldest one (who prefers broths since she doesn't have many teeth left) would like it but nothing. Also, very hard to have it completely dissolved. It's lumpy.

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  • Convenient and Dogs love it

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    Trying to cut calories for my seniors and still entice them to eat their meds with their food... this is a easy and healthy way to keep breakfast and dinner enticing

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  • Dog says delicious

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    My 1-1/2 yo GSD is a finicky eater. When I add 4oz of this to his dry food, he eats it up. The powder stores well and is less expensive than the liquid, but it is a little difficult to mix. It clumps and is kind of sticky. I get best results when I put it in a shaker and mix it that way. Added benefit of the shaker is the sound of it works like a dinner bell, and my dog comes running.

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  • Kitties and dog didn't go for it.

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    I attempted to use this to replace a feeding with wet topper (canned food) and none of the fur babies liked it. I'm giving it to a co-worker who regularly uses bone broth with her pets.

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  • not sure about this

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    this seems like a high quality product but it doesn't dissolve easily and unfortunately my cat doesn't seem to like it very much. will see if she likes the chicken version more

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  • My labs love it

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    We have 2 labradors, one is almost 8 years old and our “pup” is 18 months old. Our 8 year old has torn both of her ACL’s in the past and had surgery. Unfortunately she developed an infection following the 2nd repair and since then has limped—I know she is in pain. In the past I have done a lot of reading about bone broth, I tried to make it myself several times. It was a real mess and took at least 2 days to make it. I had seen the powdered formula on line in the past and decided to try it. They were a little skeptical the first time it was on their food, but since then they love it. Hopefully it will help with the joint pain. I think they are more energetic since having this also, they We have 2 labradors, one is almost 8 years old and our “pup” is 18 months old. Our 8 year old has torn both of her ACL’s in the past and had surgery. Unfortunately she developed an infection following the 2nd repair and since then has limped—I know she is in pain. In the past I have done a lot of reading about bone broth, I tried to make it myself several times. It was a real mess and took at least 2 days to make it. I had seen the powdered formula on line in the past and decided to try it. They were a little skeptical the first time it was on their food, but since then they love it. Hopefully it will help with the joint pain. I think they are more energetic since having this also, they are both healthy girls and we want to keep them healthy!! … more

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  • Good and easy to use

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    My lab loves this. However, it clumps up a bit and is a bit annoying.

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