Benefits Of Freeze-Dried Pet Food
By Robert Mueller
While traveling this winter I noticed how many people travel with their dogs, I started thinking
about the logistics of feeding a raw diet when on the road and how stressful it can be coordinating meals while on the road.
Traveling with your dog in a warm/hot climate creates an even bigger challenge when feeding a
healthy raw food diet. The food must be kept frozen in a cooler until used. For a trip longer than 3
days, the dry ice or frozen gel packs must be replaced or refrozen. Not exactly convenient!
We will soon have an alternative for you that does NOT require changing your dog's raw diet to
dry kibble when traveling. And offers CONVENIENCE! We all know how tough this can be on your pet's digestive system.
Our new BARF Freeze-Dried products will make your travel life a lot easier and less stressful! With a ONE YEAR
shelf life, you can carry it with you while traveling. Taking up less space than dry kibble &
needing no refrigeration, what could be easier? No more coolers, no more dry ice, no more gel
Not only will a freeze-dried product be convenient, but will have some great advantages:
- Very long shelf life
- Very lightweight
- Very low moisture
- Reconstitutes quickly
- Generally tastes better than dehydrated
- Retains original shape, texture, color after reconstitution
Feed the freeze-dried products dry with fresh water available, or rehydrate before feeding. Your dog willlove it's
palatability and concentrated flavors. You will love it's convenience!. The same superior natural raw nutrition provided by
our raw products, made easy for your travel CONVENIENCE!
Stay tuned for further announcements on this fresh new line of products.
||Robert Mueller, BSc, Pharm. is a registered pharmacist, author of “Living Enzymes: The World’s Best Kept Pet Food Secret”, and co-developer of BARF World’s BARF Diets® patties, nuggets and supplements – the first company to make the Biologically Appropriate Raw Foods (BARF®) diet conveniently available to animals everywhere. To receive more articles like these in your email inbox,click here to sign up for “The Intelligent Pet” weekly e-zine absolutely FREE!