Product Review: Castor & Pollux Pristine Bone Broth

My dog says we're excited to talk to you today about a product you may not be using in your dog's diet: bone broth! Specifically, we'll be looking at Castor & Pollux's PRISTINE line of grass-fed beef bone broth. So let's get to it!



This broth is a limited ingredient food, consisting of just beef broth, beef fat, salt, and natural flavor. That means no artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives. If your dog has food sensitivities, you can rest easy that there are also no grains, soy, corn, wheat, or gluten. The company also takes great pride in the fact that their beef is sourced from cows that are responsibly raised, with access to sunlight and fresh air.

So how do you use bone broth exactly? Any way you want! You can serve it as a nice beverage, you can pour it over kibble, or you can even use it to hydrate a freeze dried food. It's pretty much an all-purpose product!

We got a case of this amazing elicser from Chewy.com and it comes in a case of 24 8.4 ounce containers (they're kinda like a tall juice box). There's even a screw-on cap so you can conveniently store any unused broth in the fridge for your pup's next meal! Just be sure to use up the carton within a week. The recommended serving is 1/4 cup per 10 pounds of body weight, so you'll want to serve up the broth based on your dog's size.



The entire canine crew here at My Dog Says Woof really enjoyed the Castor & Pollox PRISTINE Beef Bone Broth A LOT. Like a super lot! We give this broth an enthusiastic four out of four paws up! We recommend you try it to add a bit of flavor to your dog's food (and maybe even bribe those picky eaters in your home)! We are already loyal fans of this great product.

Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we received this product for free so we could sample it. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews. 

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