Recipe for dogs with problems

IMG_7114Hi, my name is Fergus and as you can see I am a Scottish Deerhound. If you have been reading this blog you know that Finn likes to give tips on how to improve the health of your dog and I am going to try to carry on that practice with some tips of my own. I learned these from Mum, Finn, and by sticking my nose in a lot of areas. I am really good at that last item, sometimes it works out and sometimes I get in trouble. Here is my latest tip for those dogs that are picky eaters or who are getting old, or who might have kidney or bladder stones. This is a very healthy way to hydrate your dog.

Bone Broth Recipe

Protein Source – Use a whole chicken or turkey with bones, or beef bones. Whichever your dog likes. Bones are important because of the health benefits of bone marrow.
Turmeric – 1 to 2 teaspoons.
Parsley – Quantities of veggies are up to you, more=more vitamins.
Carrots – Peel and cut in half.
Celery – Cleaned and cut in half.
Garlic – 1 teaspoon. This is optional.
Apple Cider Vinegar – Splash.
Kale – Rough Chop.
Add all to a stock pot, add water, cover, and simmer on low heat for 12 to 24 hours. Strain. If your dog is on a low fat diet, put stock in refrigerator until the fat forms on top and then remove the fat. Add the protein (remove all the bones) and veggies back into the broth and freeze in containers to use as needed.

This is a vitamin rich broth and it is a great way to get Turmeric or Apple Cider Vinegar in your dog’s diet. Turmeric and ACV are really good for your dog but they need to be disguised. I love Bone Broth!

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