This particular food is somewhere between dry and raw. They do sell a frozen raw variety, but this review is of their freeze-dried patties.
Freeze-dried is a great way to go – it doesn’t lose the same amount of nutrients as cooked kibble, but is much less of a hassle than complete raw.
I have a large dog, so to feed this to her as a full meal, it would be expensive as hell. She LOVES it though! They offer beef, chicken, turkey, lamb, and surf-and-turf – her favorite is the beef.
What I use it for is a food topper. I break the patties up, and they’re very easy to crumble so I make it fairly fine and mix it throughout whatever food she’s eating. It’s a great incentive for her to eat and a fun treat. I’ve also found that since she likes it so much, it makes a great training treat!
The interesting thing about dehydrated patties is that you can actually re-hydrate them and it creates a little burger of sorts. Either way, it’s particularly awesome for small dogs or those with teeth problems since it isn’t hard and crunchy. If you have the means to feed this to your dog as an actual meal, then that’s great! I strongly recommend it for picky eaters, as it works almost every time.
Their formulas are grain free and they use organic ingredients where they can. It’s definitely a top of the line food on its own, but has the added benefit of being an easy-to-use raw formula.
For more information on the ingredients, dehydration process, and where to buy, please visit their website!