[nagdu] Freeze-dried dogfood
julielj at neb.rr.com
Fri Sep 12 16:27:07 UTC 2014
I have eaten freeze dried meals before, the human variety, and they are very good. You just add the amount of hot water the package directions indicate, wait a couple minutes, stir a bit and eat. They are awesome for camping. I'd think they'd work really great for raw fed dogs when traveling. I don't feed raw, but I imagine air travel, hotels and security checkpoints could present some challenges when raw feeding.
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> On Sep 12, 2014, at 11:13 AM, Raven Tolliver via nagdu <nagdu at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Okay, as the Queen of Research, I have to uphold my title. I was
> dissatisfied with my answer above, so I'm sure Tracy was, and anyone
> else with the same curiosity.
> Below are a few links to how freeze-dried is made, and how it compares
> to other foods nutritionally and preparation wise.
>> On 9/12/14, Raven Tolliver <ravend729 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Freeze-dried dog food is freeze-dried, not frozen. It is stored at
>> room temperature, and yes, it is rehydrated with water. Feeding
>> instructions with different brands will say how much to add per
>> Also, commercial raw diets are not the same as prey-model raw because
>> typically, commercial brands still add in fruits, veggies, and other
>> biologically inappropriate things that are sure to irritate the
>> digestive tract for sensitive dogs.
>>> On 9/12/14, Tracy Carcione via nagdu <nagdu at nfbnet.org> wrote:
>>> What is freeze-dried dogfood like? Does it need to stay frozen until
>>> feeding time? Does one need to add plenty of water to rehydrate it, or
>>> a bit, as I do with kibble?
>>> I vaguely using some dry version of Nature's Variety raw. My dog didn't
>>> tolerate it any better than she did the plain raw.
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