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BROOKS BROTH TAKES BONE BROTH FOR DOGS TO THE NEXT LEVEL

Looking for a top-notch chicken bone broth your dog will love? Look no further than this leading edge company, which not only makes amazing bone broth products, but also gives back by supporting therapy programs for young people.
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THE SCOOP ON BONE BROTH

Broth made from meat bones has been touted as foods that soothe arthritis, boost immune function and smooth your skin. Harvard Health Publishing explains the benefits and claims of uncertainty.
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ONE BROTH INSTEAD OF MORNING COFFEE

Fashionistas and Hollywood royalty are ditching their morning coffee for bone broth. The ancient elixir, bone broth promises improved joint health, glowing skin and fewer colds, and has already caught the attention of celebrities such as Gweneth Paltrow.
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THE HEALTHIEST TREAT YOUR PETS WILL WELCOME

Bone broth is a tasty treat and meal additive packed with major nutritional benefits. In conjunction with proper diet and exercise, consuming bone broth can provide benefits for dogs to support their overall we-being.
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WHY GIVE HERBS TO PETS?

As more people turn toward natural and holistic approaches to caring for their dogs and cats, their quest for healthful solutions will often lead them to a plethora of herbal remedies and trendy herbal products. But what exactly do herbs do? What can they contribute to health that good food and conventional medicines cannot?
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TALKING ABOUT TURMERIC - CAN IT HELP TREAT CANCER IN DOGS AND CATS?

Turmeric has been in the news a lot in recent years, not only for the distinctive flavor it adds to our cuisine, but also for its healing properties. More specifically, turmeric has been touted as a way to help battle cancer in both people and animals. Let’s take a deeper look at this ancient culinary and medicinal spice and how it can be used to help benefit dogs and cats with cancer.
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11 HERBS THAT ARE GOOD FOR DOGS - BOTH INSIDE AND OUT

There is so much you can do with herbs, whether it’s making simple tisanes and teas, including them in your dog’s treats, preparing a simple rinse for his coat, or just snipping some fresh herbs from the garden and adding them to his meals, and your own. Here are 11 herbs you can share with your canine companion along with some easy recipes, from teas to treats to rinses.