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

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  • 100% all-natural, dehydrated turkey bone broth is is free of gluten and synthetic ingredients.
  • 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 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.
  • 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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Top IngredientsDehydrated Turkey Bone Broth.Dehydrated Pork Bone Broth.Dehydrated Chicken Bone Broth.Dehydrated Beef Bone Broth.Roasted Beef Lung, Roasted Beef Liver
Special DietGluten Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Limited Ingredient Diet...Grain-Free, High-Protein, Limited Ingredient Diet...Gluten Free, Limited Ingredient Diet, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...Gluten Free, Grain-Free, High-Protein...N/A
Breed SizeSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsSmall Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All BreedsAll Breeds, Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds
Food FormDehydrated, Powder, Treats, Bone BrothDehydrated, Powder, Treats, Bone BrothDehydrated, Powder, Treats, Bone BrothDehydrated, Powder, Treats, Bone BrothFood Topping, Powder
Food FlavorTurkey, PoultryPork, MeatChicken, PoultryBeef, MeatBeef, Meat
Health FeatureN/AN/AN/AN/AAppetite Stimulation

Questions & Answers

5 Customer Questions

How much does the whole container make?
Answer by ChewyJul 03, 2021
The 6-ounce tub of powder makes (84-ounces) 10-1/2 cups of liquid broth. The 2-pound tub of powder makes (452-ounces) 56-1/2 cups of liquid broth. This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.

Can these powders be used in powder form as a flavoring?
Answer by ChewyMar 04, 2019
It is recommended to re-hydrate by mixing warm water with the powder, to add to food or by itself as a treat.

Does it contain any onion or garlic?
Answer by ChewyMar 29, 2022
This powder contains one ingredient, dehydrated turkey bone broth.

Can this be re-heated in the microwave after refrigeration?
Answer by ChewySep 27, 2020
In general, it is not recommended to microwave this broth or food so that it retains its nutritional value.

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35 Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Myah on Mar 5, 2022

Gobble Gobble Good!

Both of my dogs love this broth as a treat over their kibble. So good for them. Especially on a cold winters day. (We live in southern Idaho where’s it’s still snowing) My only issue with this brand is that it does take a little while for the powder to dissolve in the hot water. Otherwise it’s great and affordable.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Sophie on May 6, 2022

Cat princess

Broth tastes horrible. She won't touch it. I tasted it (yes I did) and it tastes bitter.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By kkmama on Feb 14, 2022

FOOLPROOF secret to mixing is...

So I decided to try this - kitties LOVE it poured over their wet food, lick that broth right up! Will be trying the other flavors too. As for mixing.... I found the FOOLPROOF method for clump-free, thoroughly mixed broth. I serve this warm so I just make it fresh each time (since I'm warming it anyway). I mix up 1/2 to 3/4 C of broth at a time. My method: i start with cold water, 1/2 to 3/4 C, put into a tall 16oz glass jar (use glass, not plastic). I set this inside of a 32oz plastic yogurt container. Heat about 1 1/2 C water in microwave for 2 1/2 min, pour into plastic container so that jar of water sits flat on bottom of container and level of hot water surrounding the jar is above level of water in jar. Let sit for about 5 min, or until jar water is warmed. (Ive let it sit longer and its fine). Add bone broth powder to warmed water in jar, stir with a small whisk. Note: there will be clumps! Leave the whisk in the jar of clumpy broth and let it sit for a few minutes. Do NOT attempt to whisk away the clumps - you can't, and you'll just frustrate yourself. If the water in the plastic container has cooled, pour it into a cup and nuke it for another minute or so (do not overheat), then pour back into container (do NOT pour into jar of broth). As the broth sits in the jar surrounded by warm water, all the clumps will dissolve. ALL the clumps, even those stuck in the whisk. I promise you! I have never had this fail! Even powder that's stuck on the sides of the jar will soften and dissolve, tho may need to be scraped down into the broth with the whisk. And voila! Perfect broth! This may sound involved, but it really isn't. I start the broth process first, let it do its thing while I fix the rest of the kitty feeding, and its ready when the food is ready. Easy! As I said, this is how I do it. By all means, adapt it to whatever glass and plastic containers you have. I use a tall glass jar as it fits neatly in the 32oz plastic container with little risk of spilling while stirring, or having the warming water in container get into the jar of broth. If making ahead, I recommend warming cold broth using this water bath method rather than just putting it in the microwave. First, you have better control over how warm it gets and won't be overheating it. Second, don't nuke it for the same reason baby formula should not be nuked: it alters the structure of the protein molecules our babies depend on for nourishment, especially important for our carnivore fur babies. So if you've been deterred from ordering by negative reviews complaining of clumpy broth, then just go ahead and order. If you use my water btth mixing method, you will always have perfect broth. I can't speak for the animals whose parents said they walked away from it, but its possible that clumpy broth contributed to that. So starting with fully mixed broth should help. If an animal still walks away, you can try adding a little extra powder for more concentrated flavor, or add less powder at first for weaker broth til they adjust. Also, mix it into the food rather than just pouring it over like soup, starting with a small amount and work your way up as the animal adjusts. This is a nutritional supplement as well as a yummy treat so you will be helping your fur babies by adding this to their diets, no matter how you do it. Happy kitties say YUM!!!

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Strider57 on Apr 3, 2022

my cat won’t eat this

I would really like to give this a good review. It seems very nutritious. My cat does not like it.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By kerri on Dec 28, 2021

hard to mix

my dogs love this stuff, my only issue is the powder is so fine i have a hard time mixing it. i use super hot almost boiling water and then have to mix vigorously or else the powder turns into a big slimy ball

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Robin on Nov 7, 2021

Great Stuff

My elderly cats seem to love it. It's easy to mix if you microwave 8oz water and pour on top of 1 scoop powder in your choice of container (I use an old smoothie mug) It doesn't smell one way or another unless you put your nose right up to it (don't) It's just the kind of warm, aromatic soup cats will appreciate in their food. bonus, dehydrated broth is Very cost effective. Thumbs up!

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By StephP on Jan 11, 2022

Cats like it

The cats all seem to like it just fine, but it does like to clump and not completely dissolve. The cats eat the clumps though, so I don't care.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By SSellers on May 27, 2021

How to mix easily

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.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Lisa on Mar 9, 2021

Not for everyone

My cat did not like it at all. I'm sure it's fine for some but mine walked away from the food with this on it. What a waste of money.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Celia on Feb 23, 2021

Good water additive!

I use this to re-hydrate the freeze-dried food for my cat. It adds some flavor to the plain water and avoid weakening the smell of the original food.