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The Health Benefits of Freeze-Dried Dog Food

In the dog food industry, kibble, once a popular choice, is now overshadowed by concerns regarding its nutritional value. A healthier, more convenient option known as freeze-dried food has emerged and is gaining popularity among pet owners worldwide. As you navigate food alternatives for your dog, you may be wondering what exactly freeze dried dog food is and its benefits.

This post breaks down the health benefits of freeze dried dog food, what you should look for in ingredients, and more.

Why Your Dog Will Love Freeze Dried Food

Freeze-drying involves removing moisture from food to preserve its natural flavors and nutrients. Through a process called sublimation, all the moisture is removed from the food so it can be preserved and pantry-friendly. 

Throughout this process, the food maintains all its natural flavors and textures for your dog to enjoy—which is all they really care about, anyway! The rich flavors of chicken and beef will make every meal an enjoyable one.

Health Benefits of Get Joy’s Freeze Dried Dog Food

The health benefits of freeze dried food are why so many dog parents choose to make the switch. Here are the top benefits for your dog’s health and wellness.

Rich in vitamins, minerals, and nutrients.

Freeze drying retains all the vitamins and minerals from the original ingredients, so your dog gets an optimal, well-balanced meal every time.

Free of fillers, preservatives, and additives.

Without any harmful or unnecessary chemicals and additives, freeze-dried dog food is a clean, natural option for your dog.

Easy to digest.

Get Joy’s Fresh Freeze Dried Meals harmonizes the benefits of prebiotics, probiotics, and postbiotics. This trio works synergistically to fortify your dog’s gut health and immune defenses. 

It’s like eating in the wild.

Freeze-dried dog food is made from authentic ingredients that your dog would eat in the wild, like chicken or beef, vegetables, pumpkin, organ meat, and essential vitamins and minerals. Your dog may be domestic now, but they can certainly eat the way their ancestors did!

Add Freeze Dried Food to Your Dog’s Diet with Get Joy

Transitioning to freeze-dried food from traditional kibble takes time. Don’t make the switch immediately; give it a few days to introduce your dog’s new diet and slowly ease them into their new food. Watch for signs of discomfort and call your veterinarian if they begin vomiting or having diarrhea.

Get Joy would love to help you incorporate freeze dried food into your dog’s diet. Contact us to get your questions answered, and start exploring our freeze-dried products here.