This post is sponsored by Dr. Marty Nature’s Blend dog Food. You can read our review of this freeze-dried food to learn more about how it is made and our experiences with it.
Though this post is brought to you by a freeze-dried food, I wanted to help you understand the differences between freeze-dried and dehydrated, present the pros and cons, and make a choice that’s right for your dog.
Both are excellent choices, much better than kibble, and can make a difference in your dog’s health. You should know what makes them different before you try something new with your dog’s diet, whether you want to make a switch, add a new food to your rotation, or use a healthier food as a nutritious topper to serve with her regular diet.
Which Is Closer To Fresh Food?
Dehydrated dog food is processed at around 120 degrees Fahrenheit, which destroys anything living in your dog’s food – including bacteria and enzymes. It’s not considered raw, though it’s not quite cooked, either.
Freeze-dried dog food, on the other hand, is frozen, and then the ice is removed through a process called sublimation.
Continue reading Freeze Dried Vs Dehydrated Dog Food… What’s The Difference? – Dr. Marty Nature’s Blend Giveaway at Little Dog Tips.