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Scottish canine

The bone broth company

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Traditionally slow 42 hour cooked  to perfection  

Bone broth

for our dogs


Let's start at the beginning:

Bone broth for dogs is a very high specification joint and health supplement extracted from selected fresh bone and connective tissue.

The key benefits of bone broth and what it's most commonly used for:

  • To help with the treatment of osteoarthritis.

  • The prevention of arthritis in later years.

  • To maintain the joints and cartilage health and lesson the damage of impact for active working and pet dogs.

  • Promotes a natural inflammatory.

  • Maintains the cushion between the bone joints otherwise known as synovial fluid.

  • Gut health.

  • Food related Allergies.

  • For puppies from 8 weeks to help build a strong immune and bone structure.  

  • Sick recovering dogs.

  • Liver detoxification.  

  • As a general healthy addition to your dogs daily diet.

  • Elderly dogs. 


What's in bone broth that makes it a top rated supplement.

  • Glucosamine​

  • Chondroitin

  • Potassium 

  • Magnesium 

  • Collagen 

  • Gelatine

  • Proline

  • Glycine

  • Iron

  • Vitamin A & K

  • Fatty acids

  • Selenium

  • Manganese 

  • Zinc



Bone broth is completely free from any additives whatsoever, there is nothing added to bone broth to make it last longer or taste better.

When we take at look at the labels of most major bone and joint health tablets for dogs, you will always see both Glucosamine & Chondroitin. 

These 2 amino acids are the building blocks your dog's body will employ to repair the daily

damage from simply running and jumping. 

As you can see bone broth not only contains these 2 amino acids it also contains loads more like Collagen & Gelitine as well as all the other amino acids and vitamins mentioned above.


It takes 43 hours and a lot of hard work to produce a top quality Bone Broth.



Using bone broth with puppies.

One of the most important and vital things from the day a puppy is born is the condition of their growth plates and bone structure.

When it comes to puppies and young dogs it’s easy to forget that there joints and bones are not all connected or formed yet and don’t properly form until they reach puberty.

It can take large breed pups up to 15 months to properly form there bone and joint structure and small breeds around 9 months.

Its during this period damage can be done without you even knowing it hence the reason why you might have been given advice about not letting your pup climb stairs or overdoing it at the park.

Growth plates are soft areas that sit at the ends of the long bones in prepubesent  dogs.

Until the growth plates close, they’re soft and vulnerable to injury.  After maturity, the growth plates calcify and the rapid cell division ends.  The growth plate becomes a stable, inactive, part of the bone, now known as an epiphyseal line.


A dog’s bones are held together with muscles, tendons, and ligaments - soft tissue.  In an adult dog, if a joint experiences a stress such as bending the wrong way or rotating too much, the bones will hold firm and the soft tissue will be pulled resulting in a sprain. 

In a puppy, however, his muscles, ligaments and tendons are stronger than his growth plates, so instead of a simple sprain, his growth plate is liable to be injured - the puppy’s own soft tissue can pull apart his growth plate.

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