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Benefits of Freeze Dried Food

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Benefits of Freeze Dried Foods for the Finicky

Adorable pup sticking a long tongue out at a handful of food

In today’s society people are always keeping up with the latest health trends and diets. Keto, paleo, low carb, intermittent fasting, juice cleanses, the list goes on and on! Pet owners’ own diet preferences and health consciousness often translates into how humans choose to feed their dog. Both pet owners and their pets may be getting pickier, but luckily there’s an option that is sure to satisfy them.

One of these preferences is freeze dried foods - they’re not just for astronauts! The history of freeze dried foods go way back, but have only just recently started to rise in popularity in the pet food world. However, it’s certainly gaining attention for all the right reasons! 

Before we delve into the many advantages of feeding your pup freeze dried meals and treats, it’s important to first establish what exactly goes into the process of freeze drying. Freeze drying eliminates any cooking or excessive heating processes. It instead starts with an already frozen, raw food, then removes any moisture content. This leaves you with food that is still very much intact and close to its original form and structure. While it may not necessarily sound like the most in-depth process, the benefits make clear why this method of preserving food has been gaining so much attention by both pets and their pet owners:


Because the ingredients are freeze dried while they are still in their raw form, your pet can enjoy the benefits of a raw food diet. Freeze drying simply removes the water content from the raw food, but still eaves behind the product’s original nutritional value. In fact, the act of freeze drying locks in all of the vitamins and minerals in their purest, most complete form, whereas cooking and heating processes usually diminish these essential nutrients greatly. Freeze drying is the safest way of preserving and serving raw food, as it kills off bacteria. This food will give your canine the additional benefits of:

  • Better digestion
  • Smaller, firmer stools
  • Fresher breath


Not only will you love freeze dried food for its health benefits, but also for its convenience! They’re super easy to serve. All you have to do is add a bit of cool or warm water, then watch your pet go crazy! Before being rehydrated, these foods have very long shelf lives and can be stored for years! Plus, because they initially have no moisture content, they have lightweight feels and packaging that takes up minimal space and is easy to take on the go! The convenience of freeze dried food and treats’ packaging, longevity, and easiness to prepare make it perfect for busy pet parents.


Freeze dried foods are made using minimal ingredients that are of very high quality, whether it be protein sources, fruits, or vegetables. Traditional, favorite flavors are endless, including chicken, turkey, duck, pork, beef, venison, lamb, salmon, tuna, sardines, and more - all of which are packed with their own nutritional benefits and antioxidants. This means your pet can simultaneously boost their immune system while indulging in highly palatable flavors and ingredients that will keep them barking for more!

When choosing freeze dried food options for your dog, it’s hard to go wrong. They’re truly great for both the pickiest pet eaters and the pet owners who are specific about nutritional value. Just keep in mind when selecting your product, search for one that contains ingredients that provide appropriate amounts of omega fatty acids, as these are what give your furry friend a shiny coat and boosted energy. Also be mindful of any unnecessary additives or preservatives, though this is rarely ever used or an issue with freeze dried foods. Let both you and your canine reap the benefits of a freeze dried diet by finding the product that suits both of your preferences and needs!

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