Boss Dog Proballs Chicken Meatball Freeze Dried Dog Treats
Boss Dog Proballs Chicken Meatball Freeze Dried Dog Treats
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Boss Dog Proballs Chicken Meatball Freeze Dried Dog Treats

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Boss Proballs Freeze Dried Raw Meatball Treat for Dogs- Boss Dog Brand Chicken 6/3oz Pouch (85g)


Why We Love It

  • Infused with Probiotics
  • 7 % Meat, Organs, and Bones
  • Made in the USA


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Boss Dog focuses on being the leader in digestive health solutions for pets. Treat your pet, like a boss!

Are Freeze-Dried Treats Good for Dogs?
Answer

Yes, Freeze-Dried Dog Treats are good for your dogs. Dried dog treats are usually made using high-quality proteins like chicken, turkey, salmon, etc. As a result, these raw dog treats can deliver nutrition to your dogโ€™s body. That, in turn, allows for healthy growth and development of your dogโ€™s tissues and various organs. Freeze-dried treats for dogs manage to retain 97 percent of their nutritional value. So as long as the dry dog treats are fresh, and made using natural ingredients rich in protein, these freeze dry dog treats will always be good, both in terms of taste, as well as nutritional value. When it comes to raw treats for dogs, the Boss Dog Proballs Chicken Meatball is one of the best freeze-dried dog treats you can find. Manufactured in the US, these treats are infused with probiotics, and are very healthy for your dogs.

How Do You Use Freeze-Dried Dog Treats?
Answer

You can feed freeze-dried dog treats to your pooch directly. The treats have a raw flavor and smell, which makes them more appealing. Raw dog chews are some of the most intriguing treats for dogs, mostly because of the raw flavors. Apart from that, the treats are healthy too. They are rich in protein and probiotics that help ensure the healthy growth of tissue and body organs.

Is Freeze-Dried Dog Food Healthier Than Kibble?
Answer

Yes, freeze-dried dog food is healthier than kibble in the sense that it can retain 90-100 percent of its nutritional content. It is almost like your dog is consuming the raw food while eating the freeze-dried treats.

Is Freeze-Dried the Same as Dehydrated?
Answer

Freeze-dried is not the same as dehydrated food. While both of them have a reduced amount of moisture, freeze-dried food lasts a lot longer than dehydrated food because of the way the moisture is removed from them.

Can I MIX Freeze-Dried With Kibble?
Answer

Yes, you can mix freeze-dried treats with kibble. However, whether your dog will eat it or not completely depends on its taste. You can still experiment with such mixes to see which way your dog likes it best.

Can Dogs Eat Freeze-Dried Food Without Water?
Answer

Yes, dogs can eat freeze-dried food without water. It is completely safe and healthy to do so, and there is no health risk associated with such time of consumption. You can of course keep a bowl of water near your dog as it eats its dry treats. This is in case your dog needs a quick sip of water as it munches down on dry dog treats.

Do Freeze-Dried Treats Need to Be Refrigerated?
Answer

No, you do not need to refrigerate freeze-dried treats. You can store them at room temperature. Ideally, freeze-dried foods require a temperature of 32-75 degrees Fahrenheit. At such temperatures, the food will not spoil. You can keep the packet or jar of freeze-dried treats on your counter or top of a shelf. However, experts advise that you keep the food in cool dark storage, like a pantry or closet. Wherever you store it, avoid exposure to excessive heat. Otherwise, it may ruin the integrity of the food, and make it go bad.

How Long Does Freeze-Dried Meat Last?
Answer

Freeze-dried meat will last for 10-15 years if you store them in appropriate conditions inside the proper freezers. Freeze drying the meat removes a huge percentage of moisture. That helps the meatโ€™s structural integrity to stay intact. Hence, it does not spoil so easily. Generally, you can keep the freeze-dried meat out in the open for up to 2 weeks. After that, if you want to store it for a longer period, you will have to use a proper freezer.

INGREDIENTS: Chicken with Ground Bone, Chicken Hearts, Chicken Liver, Sage, Dried Bacillus Coagulans Fermentation Product, Preserved with mixed tocopherols.

Option UPC/SKU
3-oz 850010391083
6-oz 850010391106

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