My three corgis love this pork bone broth! This bone broth is great quality and easy to mix up. I like to put it over their food to add moisture into their dry food. It really helps my youngest corgi want to eat better. I also like to freeze the bone broth too. It makes for a great little treat in the summer.
I prefer the turkey and chicken broths but the beef and the pork are still really great. I’ve been buying kibble, broth and treats for several years now and im very happy with all of it. Unfortunately I cannot find the 2 pound tubs of broth anymore. I wonder if they stopped making it?
This is our first time trying Nature's Logic bone broth and it's an absolute hit! I love that there's a variety of different flavors to choose from and that it's a cheaper option considering just how much powder you get in the jar. It'll take me well over a month before I need to reorder for both my pups. 10/10 recommend!
Decided to take a chance on this even though the ingredients list left much to guess work. I regret I did it and chalk it up to lessoned learned. About an hour after using to rehydrate dehydrated freeze dried raw pork, my poor fur baby started having adverse reactions. Heavy panting, horrible itching, looking for someplace cool to lay are just a few of her reactions. It was a mess that I'd just remedied only a week ago by getting rid of all the nasty things I knew she had reactions to in her diet. Poultry by products including ANY eggs substances shells or fats. Poultry for us includes Turkey, Duck, feathers, period. I don't know if this has any potatoes, peas, lentils or nightshade plants or veggies or whatever else because it only states Pork Broth. I really should've known better and, thankfully, I do now. But at the expense of my pupper suffering until it gets out of her system properly. I'll be donating to a local shelter passing along the info that they need to be aware if they have dogs with allergies and sensitivities they'll definitely need NOT use this product on their food or around their food. Please, learn from my mistake. Make sure to expect and demand the manufacturer to list exactly what's IN their product. Clearly, they just didn't boil pork bones, dehydrate it and that's, that. I am quite sure my pupper would not have had such a severe reaction! Use at your own fur baby's risk if they have allergies and sensitivities.
I sprinkle less than a spoon on my finicky pups food and add hot water to make broth. They love it!
We got pork bone broth from @natureslogic for free to review honestly and I have to say I really love the convenience of such a protein packed supplement! I can add this to their supplements and they’ll eat all of them without question because of the tasty broth with added water! Bone broth has a lot of bioavailable protein and amino acids in it, so if your pup (or cat) needs some extra in their diet, definitely consider this product. Plus it’s safe for large breed pups as only a minimum amount of phosphorous and calcium is leeched into the broth during the process! Definitely recommend for picky puppies as well.
Dehydrated Pork Bone Broth!!! We think this is a great idea. Make only what you need, when you need it! No waste! Plus the dogs and cats LOVE the flavor. Not to mention how healthy it is! Great idea! Great Product. We are hooked!!
I have 2 senior cats (9 years and 21 years old) and I was hoping they would love this. They love most pork based products. This product smells horrible and is hard to mix. Neither of my cats will eat it.
Folks, listen. Here's how to mix it. Use a sports drink bottle or other plastic container 32-64oz depending on how much you want to make. Run your tap as hot as it will go and fill the container three quarters full with HOT water. Use a dry funnel to add the broth, you'll have to tap it because it's like flour. Close the jug and shake off and on for a minute or two until it all dissolves. It will foam up some so just let it sit between shakings.
This is a great product. It's super easy to make, but you need to mix it with hot water! People saying it clumps must be mixing it with cold or lukewarm water because it has zero problem dissolving if the water is properly hot. I used to make my own bone broth but it's honestly just easier to use this and it's super affordable for how much one container makes. Superconvenient and a healthy option my dog loves.