Cat Freeze-Dried Treats
Freeze-Dried Cat Treats:
Understanding the basics:
Like their Freeze-Dried Food cousins Freeze-Dried Cat Treats are actually quite similar just smaller in size and in a wider variety of fish flavors such as Cod, Salmon, Tuna and more.
Before we begin let’s talk about the basics and the baking process. Freeze-Dried first are first fully cooked to remove bacteria, carcinogens, and chemicals that may cause any food borne illnesses and then Freeze-Dried.
So what does Freeze-Drying mean?
Freeze-Drying is a method wherein water is removed through a crystallization process called sublimation that is like a vehicle that converts water into a gaseous state without melting in any way. Following the initial Freeze-Drying process there’s a repetitive Freeze-Drying process that is done at an even greater temperature setting and the reason for this is to completely get rid of any left over liquids that weren’t removed following the initial Crystallization process.
When compared to the Dehydrated Dog Foods or Dry Dog Foods and Baked, Chewy and Hard Chew Treats the Freeze-Drying process is conducted at a quicker speed as sublimation is typically a whole lot faster than cooking in a slower heat source.
Freeze-Dried Cat Treats provide high-levels of preservation with jam-packed levels of essential nutrients, vitamins and miners with lengthier shelf-life periods that Soft and Chewy Cat Treats and Hard Dental Chews. Freeze-Drying Cat Foods can last for many more months and possibly years of sealed properly in room temperature environments and this method is applied towards all types of Fish, Chicken, Meats, Vegetables and Fruits in an abundance of cat loving flavors.
Usually sold in pouches these deliciously flavored Freeze-Dried Treats are so small in size and pack enough nutrients for a temporary meal replacement and since they’re Freeze-Dried they’re ultra light and take up little to no space in luggage’s or travel bags making these the optimal snack for on-the-go.
Freeze-Dried Cat Treats offer a higher concentration of condensed nutritional value than most cat treats that are available in a variety of pros and health benefits such as Immune and Digestive Support, Calming, Skin and Coat Support, Hip and Joint, Muscle Building and more and are available in diets such as GMO-Free, Gluten-Free, Limited Ingredient Diets, Grain-Free Diets and even those on Vegetarian Diets.
All flavors react in flavor differently when it comes to cooking foods through the Freeze-Drying Process. Freeze-Dried Cat Foods are both nutritious and delicious when it comes to lean in protein foods such as Poultry, Meats and Fish such as Cod, Salmon and Tuna; Chicken and Turkey as they preserve we’ll following this process. Some Treats are available in mixtures of flavors or fish.
Remember when it comes to feeding recommendations with Freeze-Dried treats it’s very important to portion control since they’re very appetizing and although they can be considered meal replacements it’s important to slowly introduce new foods and treats every now and again. These treats are great when added to other foods to help promote healthy eating, before choosing which treats to buy it’s always important to visit your local veterinarian and see which Vitamins and Minerals are most beneficial for your furry friend as some felines might have certain dietary restrictions or in need of specific nutrients that many of their feedings lack.
A Meaningful Little Tip:
In order to bring out added freshness and flavor in these Freeze-Dried treats many recommend adding water or Re-hydrating your cats Freeze-Dried treats with water in their bowls, what this does is it makes it easier for their digestive systems to absorb their foods and properly disperse the nutrients when consumed. Liquids are known to help break down foods before they’re further broken down by their saliva. The best method or recommendation when serving is to crush up little bits of these freeze-dried cat treats then place in any bowl and sprinkle in some water a couple of minutes prior to any feedings.