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Anco Pork Bone Broth 120g

Anco Pork Bone Broth 120g

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Anco Pork Bone Broth 120g

Adding essential nutrients and irresistible flavour to your dog's diet, Anco Pork Bone Broth is made from human grade outdoor bred pork / pig bones which are slow-simmered to extract highly bioavailable nutrients, including peptides, minerals, collagen, glucosamine and chondroitin, which are essential for healthy joints, bones, gut & digestive system.

Naturally high in protein, low in fat and with no artificial additives, Anco Pork Bone Broth powder is highly digestible and can be sprinkled dry as a food topper or made up with freshly boiled water into a delicious broth / gravy to increase palatability and entice even reluctant eaters to ingest vital nutrients. 

This natural product is simply dehydrated with minimal processing and as a single source protein is hypoallergenic. The convenient, eco-friendly powder takes up less space, has less carbon footprint and lasts longer than liquid bone broth, minimising wastage.


* Made from slow-simmered bones of outdoor bred pigs

* No hormones, steroids or antibiotics

* Grain and Gluten free

* No GMO, Dairy or Soya

* No added salt or sugar

* No additives or preservatives


To make a delicious broth, simply add freshly boiled water and stir well. Add 1 litre of water per 30g of powder. Allow broth to cool completely before serving. Rehydrated broth can be refrigerated and used within 24 hours. Alternatively sprinkle the dry bone broth powder over your dog's usual food as a tasty food topper, adding nutrients and increasing palatability. 

Pack size 120g - makes up to 4 litres. 


Nutritional information:-

410 kcal per 100g

Collagen 77g per 100g


Protein 99%

Fat 5%

Ash 6%

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Customer Reviews

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Katie Gibbs
Mealtime game-changer!

So pleased we purchased the bone broth to add to mealtimes! We feed our girls Forthglade food in addition to fresh meat and veggies, but this has meant our terrier refuses to eat unless she has any warm *extra's* in her bowl (which I sometimes don't prepare in time, or I simply don't have any to give). We make up small fresh batches of the bone broth now, drizzle some over her food and she wolfs it down! Definitely worth the price and looking forward to having the girls try the other flavours.