Features September 2014 Issue

Dehydrated Dog Food Review 2014

This is a diverse product category – which means it has something terrific to offer just about every dog and owner.

Dehydrated Dog Food Review 2014

Meat-rich dehydrated and freeze-dried dog foods have a lot to offer, especially to health-challenged and performance dogs.

On what do we base that ranking? While it’s difficult to get nutritionists to agree on just about anything, it’s likely that most would agree on the following general idea: that a diet that was formulated to be “complete and balanced” and comprised of fresh, lightly processed or unprocessed species-appropriate ingredients is healthier than a “complete and balanced” diet containing highly processed ingredients that are uncommonly consumed by a given species in nature. That general theory explains our high esteem for the dehydrated and freeze-dried diets that we’ve listed in the attached dehydrated dog food review for 2014.

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