Features November 2010 Issue

Whole Dog Journal's Commercial Frozen Raw Dog Food Review

Raw frozen diets are available in a variety of presentations. They may be formed into patties or nuggets, or packed into plastic tubs, tubes (as seen above, also known as "chubs" or "sausages", or vacuum-sealed "flat-pack" bags.

Whole Dog Journal's Commercial Frozen Raw Dog Food Review

These frozen diets, comprised mainly of raw meat, offer truly premium nutrition for your dog.

The more I've learned about the meat used in pet food, the more I've come to admire commercially produced frozen raw diets for dogs. The meat and poultry used in most of these diets are far fresher and more wholesome - far more like what most of us would think of as "meat" - than most animal protein ingredients in dry (or even canned) pet foods. The products tend to produce terrific results in the dogs who consume them. Whether this is due to the ingredient quality or the fact that this type of diet is more biologically appropriate for canines than dry foods is anyone's guess. My guess is that both factors contribute to the success of the products.

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