Recipie: Chicken broth for dogs with digestion issues

Chicken broth in a glass container - besides are two carrots for the ambient.

A simple-to-make broth with chicken and vegetables is an excellent starting point for gradually reintroducing food into a dog's diet after fasting for at least 12 hours due to digestive issues.

If the dog is allergic to chicken, replace chicken meat with beef (bone-in) and extend the cooking time by approximately 1.5 hours.

Do not add salt to the broth, always serve it lukewarm or at room temperature.


  • Chicken thighs with bone, skinless
  • Celery root
  • Carrot
  • Cauliflower
  • Water - enough to cover the ingredients. 

The quantity of ingredients depends on the number of meals and the size of the dog. We recommend maintaining a ratio of approximately 80:20 between meat and vegetables.


1. Rinse the meat under cold running water and place it in a pot.

2. Add vegetables to the meat: whole peeled carrots, peeled and diced celery root, and washed cauliflower.

3. Pour water over the ingredients until they are covered and cook for 1.5 to 2 hours.

4. Skim off the fat and foam that accumulates on the surface during cooking.

5. Once all the broth ingredients are cooked, strain the broth, remove the meat from the bones, and store it along with the vegetables for later.

6. Always serve the broth, meat, and vegetables at room temperature to the dog—never hot or directly from the refrigerator.