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Bone Broth Dog Treats - Squash It


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Squash Pawsh Bone Broth Bites



Our bone broth treats all use a similar process-using our delicious but healthy and rich bone broth that we make fresh for every batch! Using only the best raw bones (beef marrow and smoked pork shank) we slow cook it with carrots, celery, parsley, olive oil, and turmeric) for 24 hours. Once done, we strain and remove all the cooked bone from the meat and cooked vegetables. The meat and veggies are then chopped up and used in our various flavored dog bone creations.  


Squash, in all it's forms (spaghetti squash, butternut squash, pumpkin, zucchini) have many healthy benefits for your pup.  These delicious treats will have your dog begging for their vegetables. 


Squash is a delicious vegetable filled with important vitamins such as vitamins A, C, and B6, as well as nutrients like folate, potassium, magnesium, fiber, and phosphorus. All these vitamins and nutrients make it good for people, but is squash good for dogs to eat? 


Read on to learn more about the benefits of introducing squash to a dog’s diet, and how to prepare squash for your pup.


Can Dogs Have Squash? 


To put it simply, yes — dogs can eat squash. In fact, with all its nutritional benefits, squash should be a part of your dog’s regular diet. As mentioned above, squash is filled with a variety of vitamins and minerals, and introducing squash to your dog’s diet can help them with their vision, immune system, and cardiovascular functions.


Can Dogs Eat All Types of Squash? 


Dogs can eat any of the different varieties of squash — in fact, each of the different types of squash comes with its own sets of benefits for dogs! Spaghetti squash supports your dog’s immune system, vision, colon, muscles, and more.


Since acorn squash is filled with vitamin A, folate, and vitamin B-6, it can work wonders for the digestion of a dog — plus, it can help give them a shinier coat! Butternut squas







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