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PostSubject: ever try sojos or other freeze dried / dehydrated "raw" foods?   Wed Aug 30, 2017 5:24 pm

I was at a pet shop today and saw a selection of freeze dried & dehydrated "raw" food diets. You just add water and the food re hydrates. sounds like it would probably be pretty gross looking, but I've seen my dog eat rotten fish off the beach, so i doubt he'd be deterred...

My dog is eating Acana Lamb at the moment. I'd like to switch him to a raw diet but there's a few obstacles on the horizon, a freeze dried alternative might be a good option, but I'm a little dubious about them. Any one tried any of these before?

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PostSubject: Re: ever try sojos or other freeze dried / dehydrated "raw" foods?   Wed Aug 30, 2017 5:57 pm

The big 3 are Sojo's, Grandma Lucy's, and The Honest Kitchen. By researching I went to GL, and both of my dogs love it! GL is freeze dried, I believe Sojo's is as well and THK is dehydrated. Slight difference, but thru my readings freeze dried retains all nutrients like raw, where dehydrated is low temp cooking.
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PostSubject: Re: ever try sojos or other freeze dried / dehydrated "raw" foods?   Wed Aug 30, 2017 6:28 pm

One of mine is on Grandma Lucy's and I have also used Orijen's freeze dried. I prefer Grandma Lucy's because it rehydrates very fast and easy. Mine love both but the GL is much easier. The Orijen freeze dried refuses to rehydrate and is not as straight forward to feed. Depending on the mix depends on the look. For the most part GL has the consistency of oatmeal and looks a little like it. I do the base mix so I'm adding raw to the mix. Other mixes come complete.

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