Natural Instinct's Banging Beef Bone Broth

For 500ml
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Natural Instinct’s Banging Bone Broth is a great addition to your pet’s diet as it has a number of health benefits.

High in amino acids such as glucosamine, chondroitin and collagen Banging Beef Bone Broth can help with joint health and help ease joint pain.

It has also been known to help balance the gut and aid digestion by decreasing inflammation in the gut.

Banging Beef Bone Broth can be used as a healthy treat on its own or used to top your pet’s dinner!

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Natural Instinct's Banging Beef Bone Broth

For 500ml

Product Details


Bone Broth (99.5%)

Organic Apple Cider Vinegar (0.5%)


Moisture 93.1%, Crude Protein 7.3%, Inorganic Matter 0.4%, Crude Fibre < 0.1%, Total oil (oil b) <32%


Product Information

Feed between 70ml and 100ml per day either by mixing into your dog’s food or feed to your dog straight from a spoon. Always ensure your dog has plenty of fresh drinking water.

Store in the freezer until ready to use.  Defrost in the fridge and serve following the feeding guidelines.  Once defrosted, keep refrigerated and use within 7 days.

Delivery Charges within the UK

5-9 kilos = £7.50

10+ kilos = FREE SHIPPING

*Excludes Isle of Man, Isles of Scilly, Isle of Wight and Channel Islands.

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A treat or two...

We have a great selection of treats and bones.  Go on, give your pet a treat, you know they deserve it!

Lovingly made in Surrey

All our recipes are made using the freshest meats, poultry and ethically sourced fish.  Our complete dog food recipes also have added fruit and vegetables.  We do not use any artificial additives, colours, preservatives, fillers or grains. With a wide variety of flavours, you should find something to suit your dog and cat's tastes and needs.

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