Freeze Dried Digestive Support Recipe
This recipe has been specially developed by our consulting veterinarian, Dr. Kim Freeman, to help dogs with chronic diarrhea and digestive issues. You might also feed this recipe if your pet has symptoms of inflammatory bowel syndrome (including vomiting), colitis, food allergies, anal gland problems, and general appetite issues. The diet is extremely digestible—moderate in protein with moderate fat and good-quality complex carbohydrates. It also emphasizes ingredients that are prebiotics and have a mild liver-cleansing action. Depending on your pup’s specific health issues, you may want to discuss adding grains with your veterinarian, which can also reduce the fat content.
Intended for short term use- up to 6 months then graduate back to a varied diet.
Prepared fresh every week in our Santa Fe, New Mexico kitchen and freeze dried for you in 1lb, 2lb and 5lb bags.
We source organic-certified, grass-fed, pasture-raised beef from small farms across the USA.
Organic Beef, Organic Sweet Potato, Organic Pumpkin, Organic Eggs, Organic Beef Bone Broth, Organic Dandelion Greens, Organic Parsley, Dicalcium Phosphate, Calcium Magnesium Carbonate, Organic Flaxseed Meal, Organic Dried Beet Powder, Organic Psyllium Husk Powder, Organic Burdock Root Powder, Organic Kelp, Organic Chicory Powder, Organic Licorice Root, Organic Angelica Root, Organic Fennel
Dry: Crude Protein (min) 30% Crude Fat (min) 12.5% Crude Fiber (max) 2.0% Moisture (max) 8.0%
As Fed: Crude Protein (min) 11% Crude Fat (min) 5.5% Crude Fiber (max) 1.0% Moisture (max) 72.0%
Storage & Handling
In order to cut down on plastic, we ship our freeze-dried food in a closeable paper bag that is compostable and made from recycled materials. Immediately after receiving, we recommend putting the food in an airtight reusable container. Rehydrated food must be used within 3-5 days to maintain freshness. Wash hands, serving utensils, surfaces and bowls thoroughly. Keep all food products, bowls and utensils away from children.
To feed, rehydrate the food, mix in some warm water or broth and let it sit for 10- 15 min before serving. For more information on Freeze Dried food as well as a feeding chart, click here.