The Best Freeze-Dried Raw Dog Foods of 2018

The Best Freeze-Dried Raw Dog Foods of 2018

Freeze-dried dog food tends to be high-quality and high-cost. Because they are light-weight and shelf-stable, freeze-dried dog food is particularly handy to bring on road trips with your dog.

Most of the ingredients in freeze-dried diets are raw and/or very lightly processed. All the freeze-dried raw diets we reviewed are grain-free – not because we think grains are inappropriate in these foods; it’s the food manufacturers who seem to have decided that raw feeders won’t buy a product that contains any grain. Many people who feed home-prepared or commercial raw diets to their dogs when they are home replace this diet with a freeze-dried raw food when they travel, or when the dog is left with a sitter who doesn’t want to deal with a fresh or frozen raw diet.

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