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Freeze Dried Beef Recipe

Freeze Dried Beef Recipe

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Jack's Premium Freeze-Dried Raw Diets are complete & balanced meal for your dog. They are crafted with high-quality proteins & certified organic produce for tailored, whole-food nutrition. Easy to use—just scoop, hydrate, and serve! No refrigeration needed.

Benefits of Freeze-Dried Raw Dog Food

  • Nutrient Rich:  freeze-dried pet food is a great option for giving your dog the nutrients they need. The freeze-drying process means that the food retains most of its nutrients- in fact, there's almost no nutrient loss in freeze-dried foods. Jack's Premium Food also contains superfoods such as organ meats, fruits, and vegetables.

  • High Protein: without the unnecessary carb fillers like kibble, the protein content is 38% and it contains more trace minerals and nutrients that meat and organs provide.

  • Gluten & Grain Free: Our freeze-dried food contains zero grains or starchy fillers.

  • Easy to Digest: One of the main benefits of freeze-dried dog treats is that it is easy for dogs to digest. The highly digestible ingredients and minimal processing make it gentle on the stomach and easy to absorb. As a result, dogs who eat completely freeze-dried ingredients tend to have fewer digestive issues, such as gas and diarrhea.

  • Convenient: No hassle of freezing/refrigeration, defrosting, long prep times, clean up or worry when travelling. Now you can feel satisfied you are feeding your dog a raw diet that they will thrive on with the added convenience of kibble.

 Read More about Freeze Dried Raw Dog Food Here

Beef, Beef Kidneys, Beef Hearts, Beef Liver, Whole Egg, Flaxseed, Organic Sweet Potato, Kelp, Organic Carrots, Organic Apples, Organic Blueberries, Cod Liver Oil, Pumpkin Seeds, Organic Spinach, Chicory Root, Organic Cranberries, Ginger, Mixed Tocopherols, Inulin, Dried Enterococcus faecium, Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus acidophilus fermentation product
Crude Protein (min.) 38.0%
Crude Fat (min.) 36.0%
Crude Fiber (max.) 4.0%
Moisture (max.) 5.0%
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is freeze-dried raw dog food?
It's a type of food that is made by freezing and then drying raw ingredients. This process helps to preserve the nutrients in the food, while also making it easier to store and transport. Freeze-dried raw dog food can be found in both dry and wet forms, and it is often packed with added vitamins and minerals to ensure that your dog is getting all the nutrition they need. While it may be more expensive than other types of food, many pet owners believe that it is worth the investment because of the health benefits it can provide. If you are considering switching your dog to a freeze-dried raw diet, be sure to talk to your veterinarian first to see if it is the right choice for your furry friend.
Is freeze-dried food the same as dehydrated food?
No - there's a big difference between freeze-dried and dehydrated. Dehydrated foods are simply dried at a low temperature, which removes most of the water but leaves the nutrients intact. Freeze-dried foods, on the other hand, are first frozen and then placed in a vacuum chamber, which removes both the water and the air. This process preserves more of the nutrients and enzymes than dehydration does. Because of this, freeze-dried raw dog food is often seen as the gold standard for pet nutrition. It's highly digestible and packed with all the vitamins, minerals, and amino acids your dog needs to thrive. If you're looking for the best possible diet for your furry friend, frozen raw food is definitely worth considering.
Why is freeze-dried food more expensive than kibble?
There are a few reasons why freeze-dried raw food tends to be more costly than kibble. First of all, freeze-dried raw food contains more nutrients than kibble because it is made with whole ingredients that have not been processed or cooked. In contrast, kibble is made with cooked ingredients that have been pulverized into small pieces. As a result, kibble loses some of the key nutrients that are found in raw ingredients. Additionally, freeze-drying is a more labor-intensive and expensive process than simply cooking ingredients. Freeze-drying involves freezing the ingredients and then using a vacuum to remove the water content. This process helps to preserve the nutrients in the food. So, while raw food diets may cost more upfront, you may find that your pet requires less of it since they are able to absorb more of the nutrients. In addition, you may notice that your pet has more energy and a healthier coat if they are eating a diet rich in nutrient-dense pet food. It really is a premium pet food option for pets that are worth the investment!
How long can freeze-dried food remain in the bowl?
If fed dry, the food can remain in the bowl for up to 12 hours before discarding. If the food has been “rehydrated”, it can stay in the bowl for up to 2 hours.