A St. Bernard-sized amount of food in a toy poodle-sized box.
You’ll never have to lug giant bags of kibble home again. Dehydrated food comes in a lightweight powder format that goes a long way. In fact a 10lb box will make 40lbs of food, and it keeps for quite a while. It’s an ideal solution for when you and your pet travel.
Dehydrated food is available as either a complete meal mix that’s ready to serve or as a base mix. With a base mix, all the nutrients are there except the protein source. This is great if you want to experiment with cooked or raw protein but still need a nutritional base to build on. But discriminating pet gourmets also find dehydrated food pretty tasty all on its own.
Preparing a dehydrated food mix is as easy as adding water 5-10 minutes prior to serving. After rehydration, there’s nothing dry about it. The food goes up to 70-80% moisture, which makes it perfect for senior dogs who aren’t getting up enough to get water. Its soft consistency is also easier for older pets who have lost teeth. Most importantly, it’s minimally processed at a low temperature so it retains more nutrients than canned or dry food. When rehydrated, it also has the high levels of protein your dog needs. Overall, it’s a great option for pets of all life stages.