Freeze drying is something that you might reasonably associate with astronauts in outer space before pets. But that probably won’t be the case for long, as more and more freeze dried pet products hit the market. So what is “freeze drying”? How is it different to other food preservation methods? And what are the things to look out for?
Misinformation in the wider pet industry is one of the few things in this world that we can depend on. You could set your watch to the constant churning out of bogus new claims and the latest “healthy,” must-have, exorbitantly expensive “food,” that is strangely, almost indistinguishably similar to the last one.
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After getting my first dog Bertie I was determined not to make the same mistakes my family had made with our dog Buddy. Growing up my family’s dog history consisted of two Chow Chows (one aggressive with dogs, the other aggressive with people) and one hell of a fat pug named Buddy.
Anyone else thinks their dog turning one (or any age, for that matter) is a really big deal? Like, party worthy? Well, I certainly was excited and wanted to throw a party for her. Once my partner realised I was, in fact, serious, I began planning what I needed to throw a pretty neat shindig for my Miniature Schnauzer, Mavis.