Bachaesh and I brave the elements every day of the week in the big city as we wait for public transit (because we’re environmentally friendly…and because this lady desperately needs a new set of wheels). I bundle him up in his toasty warm coat from Canada Pooch, and on particularly frosty days, even wrap him in his cozy blanket from Be One Breed.
When we get home on a chilly day, there’s no better way to get a tail wag than to serve Bachaesh a tasty bowl of Caru Stew, or their new Grass-Fed Beef Bone Broth.
For years pet owners have encouraged their picky eaters by making their dry food more enticing with a little chicken broth that they had in the cupboard, or by adding some broth to their water dish to encourage them to stay hydrated. The problem with this, of course, is that Chicken Broth for Human consumption often contains ingredients that can be harmful to your pet such as onions and spices.
Caru’s new Grass-Fed Beef Bone Broth is carefully simmered in small batches, and made with ingredients safe for your canine companion. They also package all of their stews and broths in BPA-free packaging.
I strongly believe that any food that we consume, or that our pet consumes, should be made of ingredients that we know, are familiar with, and that we can pronounce. On top of that, I personally try my best to consumer organic products whenever possible because we are already bombarded with so many chemicals in the world, that I’d at least like my fuel for the day to be as chemical free and nutrient rich as possible.
With that being said, Caru’s Beef Bone Broth contains the following: water, Beef Bones, Organic Carrots, Organic Celery, Organic Parsley, Apple Cider Vinegar, Black Pepper, Bay Leaves and Thyme. Simple.
The Beef Bone Broth is also grain and gluten free (perfect for pets with food sensitivities), and does not contain genetically engineered (GMO) ingredients
You can serve your pup some of this tasty broth, just slightly warmed (be careful it’s not too hot!) on its own, or over some dry food or cooked brown rice for sensitive tummies. On hot days, try freezing some in ice cube trays as a refreshing treat!
I’ve been a big Caru fan since they first launched a few years ago, and since that time I can’t say anything but positive things about their food. Bachaesh has never once turned his nose up to a Caru product and he is the pickiest dog I have ever met.
Caru’s full line of products are available at a number of international retailers, including Global Pet Food stores in Canada.
Note: If any of you are interested in learning more about the food that is consumed and the chemicals we absorb every day, I recommend that you watch The Human Experiment on Netflix. It’s a great documentary, full of eye opening information.