Barkmosas For Dogs

Let’s face it. Brunch is not brunch without a cocktail!  Of course, we know dogs should never be given alcohol!  But we made our own, nutritious dog friendly version of the mimosa!

Why did we use orange juice in this recipe?

Oranges and orange juice is full of Vitamin C and fiber. But this should be given to dogs sparingly as it is still a sugar.

Why did we use bone broth in this recipe?
Bone broth is a huge nutritional punch! Get our recipe here for bone broth, or buy an unsalted, organic version in your store. Bone broth helps to treat leaky gut syndrome and digestive issues, helps with overcoming food intolerances and allergies, reduces joint pain, boosts the immune system and promotes probiotic balance and growth.

Why did we use sparkling water in this recipe?
To give it some sparkle! You would never want to substitute sparkling water for regular water. We used just a tablespoon in this recipe to give it a little fizz. If consumed in high amounts, it would give your dog gas, so just use a little and leave out if you would like.

Barkmosas For Dogs Recipe
(One serving for one medium to large dog. Adjust quantity accordingly for dog’s weight.)
1/2 cup organic bone broth
1/4 cup organic orange juice
1-2 tablespoons unsweetened, plain sparkling water
Use a fancy schmancy glass and pour in bone broth and orange juice. Stir gently with a spoon. Top with sparkling water and stir gently again. Serve!
Disclaimer: This is meant as a treat and not a meal replacement. Consult a vet before making any changes to your dog’s diet!