I’m sure that everyone here is well aware that feeding Biologically Accepted Raw Food is and will always be the best pet diet we can give our dogs.
They not only supply all the essential nutrients to keep our hairy friends healthy and happy, but are statistically a lot safer for consumption.
However, not everybody has the time to run down to the market everyday and pick out a menu for their pets.
The entire process can be a major inconvenience for many individuals out there working a 9 to 5 job and engaged in a number of other activities.
Some companies took notice, and addressed it through the creation of frozen raw dog food products.
The advantage with them is you can buy them in bulk, and stock a week’s worth of chow for your pets in the freezer.
This is indeed convenient, since it’ll drastically lessens the number of trips you have to take going to the store.
Another benefit that’s enjoyed here is freshness, since the meat undergoes a thorough sterilization process, and then sealed plus frozen right after.
This ideally retains the majority of the nutrition needed by your pets.
Also, all repacked frozen meat is basically comprised of Biologically Accepted Raw Food, so no corn or whatever bad ingredients out there aren’t included.
Digestion problems as well as other dog ailments are brought to a minimum thanks to proper selection and thorough sterilization.
On the other hand, there can be some flaws with frozen raw dog food, like its packaging.
If it hasn’t be sealed properly, oxidation may occur, thereby causing the lipids in the meat to become toxic.
Also, once the oxygen reaches the surface of the meat, a grayish-brown leather-like patch begins to form and spread throughout the entire product.
Additionally, frozen water in the package can cause the product to discolor and become dry, once it starts evaporating.
With that said, another item of concern that you should take into careful consideration when buying frozen raw dog food is the possibility of harmful bacteria such as Salmonella and E. Coli.
And no, these guys don’t die when they’re frozen in your freezer, they just stop moving until they’re thawed out.
Bottom line is, no matter what kind of dog food you decide to buy, there’ll always be a risk of infection (given you buy from untrustworthy sources).
Regardless, the threats of infection can be eliminated simply by purchasing from trustworthy sources only.