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  1. Mike L

    Hey now THIS is one very helpful article, thanks.

    Umm ..not the other articles aren’t as helpful but I like to cook for Fang so this is going to happen at my humble abode. Very cool.

  2. Martijn

    Hi, Great and easy recipe! My cat has pancreatitis and has to have a fat free diet as much as possible. Is there any risk with this broth as it will contain natural fats or will skimming the fat be sufficient?
    Thanks!

  3. Pamela

    How much broth should be dispensed to pets by weight before each meal? I am finding a thousand different variations of recipes but no information about dosage. Thanks!

  4. Kelly

    How long would you cook a beef bone on low in a crock pot? It wasn’t mentioned so I tried doing the 12 hours on low and that doesn’t seem correct as now I have less of a quarter of a cup of liquid and it resembles oil.

  5. Jess

    I love cooking bone broth for my dogs! I cook it on low in the crockpot for 3 days and crush the bones for added benefits. We have made a bunch of different combos. Currently I have bunker fish, Turkey drumstick, and chicken feet along with beans, lentils and carrots cooking right now.

  6. Alisha

    Why do u say not to add broth to commercial food? Thx

    1. Kellyo

      Because they won’t eat it most likely. Cats will drink broth

  7. Kellyo

    I definitely believe in chicken broth. I had a cat who suddenly got sick out of the blue. Bloated tummy, not eating, not being herself. She ended up passing. Her sister got sick the same way she did and my mother force fed her homemade chicken broth non stop for 3 days. She survived.

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