Freeze-Dried & Dehydrated Dog Treats

Freeze-dried dog treats are flash frozen and dehydrated to keep their flavour, scent, and nutrients in tact. Where your dog's health and palate is concerned, they're like the next best thing to fresh dog treats.

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Freeze-Dried & Dehydrated Dog Treats FAQs


What are freeze-dried dog treats, and how are they made?


Freeze-dried dog treats are made by quickly freezing raw ingredients, then placing them in a vacuum chamber to remove moisture through a process called sublimation. This results in a shelf-stable, lightweight, and nutrient-dense dog treat that retains its flavour and aroma.


What are the benefits of feeding my dog freeze-dried treats?


Freeze-dried dog treats are a great option for pet parents who want to provide their dogs with healthy and minimally processed snacks. They are high in protein, low in calories, and easy to digest. The process of freeze-drying preserves the nutritional value of the ingredients, making them a nutritious option for your dog.


What ingredients are typically used in freeze-dried dog treats?


Freeze-dried dog treats are often made with single-source protein, such as beef, chicken, or fish. Fruits and vegetables like apples, carrots, and sweet potatoes are also commonly used. Some treats also contain added supplements like probiotics or vitamins.


How should I store freeze-dried dog treats?


Since freeze-dried dog treats are shelf-stable, they do not require refrigeration. However, they should be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Once the package is opened, the treats should be stored in an airtight container.


Are freeze-dried dog treats safe for all dogs to eat?


Freeze-dried dog treats are generally safe for most dogs to eat. However, as with any treat or food, you should check the ingredient list for any potential allergens. Some dogs may have trouble chewing or digesting freeze-dried treats, so monitoring your dog when trying new treats is important.


How do freeze-dried dog treats compare to dehydrated dog treats?


Both freeze-dried and dehydrated dog treats are minimally processed and nutrient-dense.Freeze-dried treats are typically more expensive than dehydrated treats due to the additional processing required. Freeze-drying also preserves the flavour and aroma of the ingredients better than dehydration.