By Fitty Foodlicious

Homemade Bone Broth Recipe For Dogs

Homemade bone broth recipe for dogs that's human grade too is easy to make with fresh ingredients like beef marrow bones from the butcher, beef knuckle bones, celery, carrots, thyme, fresh parsley, and water. You will also need a crock pot or slow cooker for this simple bone broth recipe for dogs.

What you'll need for Bone Broth For Dogs RecipeBeef marrow bones and beef knuckle bones (you can also use raw chicken feet, raw pigs feet, oxtail, and joint bones) *always make sure to use raw bones – Apple Cider Vinegar | Raw apple cider vinegar is best – Fresh CarrotsFresh CeleryFresh Thyme (yup, thyme is perfectly healthy for your Fido! ) – Fresh ParsleyWater Equipment you'll need for healthy diy dog broth – A slow cooker, crockpot, Dutch oven, or even an Instant Pot works great for homemade beef broth – Freezer-safe storage containers or Mason Jars See full recipe card below for quantities

Step 1: In a slow cooker, add the frozen beef marrow bones and beef knuckle bones

ntil combined.

Step 2: Next, add chopped parsley, carrots, and celery and surround the veggies around the beef marrow bones.

Step 3: Next, add the apple cider vinegar, then add cold water, leaving an inch of space. Add the fresh thyme.

Step 4: Cover the slow cooker and set it on the low setting for ideally 24 hours to get the most benefit out of the beef bone broth. You can also set it on high for 12 hours. Make sure to stir the bone broth occasionally.

Step 5: The bone broth will be bubbly and you'll be able to see fat solids starting to form. That's how you know the bone broth is done. Turn off the slow cooker. Remove bones and discard. Allow broth to cool. Never feed your dogs cooked bones.

Step 6: When cooled, remove the hardened fat layer on top. Remove vegetables and pour the broth through a strainer to remove bone fragments.

Step 7: Divide the prepared bone broth into freezer-safe containers and label them. Dog-friendly bone broth freezes well and will keep fresh in the fridge for up to five days and in the freezer for up to a year.

It's great for humans too!