Dogs pretty much love and live for their food, which begs the question of what food is best for pooches. There is no simple answer. Everyone seems to have an opinion. What’s undeniable is that frozen dog food is soaring in popularity due to its reputed nutritional benefits. This interest, however, comes with some clarifications and warnings. Most assume frozen dog food involves just raw meat. It can be more than that to include vegetables, fruits, grains, oils and herbs. Of more concern is that while frozen dog food may retain more of its nutritional values than processed foods, it shouldn’t be served to puppies because it maintains electrolyte imbalances that may cause bone deformities. Raw foods in general may also have a greater risk of passing on airborne diseases to any dog. Still, there is a lot of interest in frozen dog food and WellWell is helping those interested by identifying the top-selling brands on Amazon, the world’s leading online retailer. WellWell isn’t endorsing these products, just pointing out what dog owners are buying. Read on.
Top Selling Frozen Dog Foods:
4.6 Out Of 5 Stars
This freeze-dried product locks in the chicken’s natural aroma, texture and freshness to make it particularly attractive to dogs. The product is rich in nutrients and 100 percent pure.
4.3 Out Of 5 Stars
This ice cream mix doesn’t need to be frozen until it’s ready to serve. It is tasty, nutritious and easy to make, Simply empty the powder into the cup or small blender, add in two-thirds of a cup of water and mix until smooth. Once the mixing is finished, it is ready to freeze and serve.
4.6 Out Of 5 Stars
Bil-Jac utilizes high-quality fresh chicken along with natural ingredients to provide dogs with essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals. The food is then cooked and frozen. Bil-Jac has been producing treats and dog food for more than 50 years.
4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
Made with wild-harvested, free-roaming deer, this raw frozen venison is free of antibiotics, fillers and additives. Made with a single ingredient, this raw venison food is naturally lean and contains less fat and cholesterol than beef, while also being an excellent source of B vitamins, iron, zinc and phosphorus.
3.8 Out Of 5 Stars
Bravo offers a pre-made blend of pure premium grade poultry, meat, organ meats, ground bones and vegetables. The four-part formula is for intermittent and supplemental feeding only. The blends are made from U.S.-raised and processed meat and poultry sourced from USDA-inspected plants producing human-grade proteins.
3.9 Out Of 5 Stars
This frozen puppy food is lightly cooked in a USDA-inspected human-grade facility, eliminating concerns over serving puppies raw food. It is made with limited ingredients and is considered a low-carb puppy food, which has less than 2 percent carbs. This is a grain-free puppy food that doesn’t contain fillers like potato, rice, oats, yam, barley, corn or wheat.
5 Out Of 5 Stars
The company is dedicated to empowering people’s ability to transform the lives of pets through nutrition. All products are natural and provide a holistic nutrition diet for dogs.
5 Out Of 5 Stars
These lamb patties are made from 95 percent meat, meat organs and bones to create a highly nutritious and tasty product for pooches.
Primal’s raw beef marrow bones are produced in the United States and contain no antibiotics or added hormones. They are used for tooth and gum nourishment and are a natural source of protein and fat.
These morsels are made from 95 percent chicken, nutrient-rich organs, bone, organic fruits and vegetables. They are fortified with vitamins and minerals and also enhanced with probiotics and antioxidants.
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