Freeze dried salmon is as good for your dog as a salmon filet is for humans. Salmon is delicious and nutritious food for dogs and people. One of the easiest ways to feed dog Salmon is to give them FD Salmon.
Salmon snacks are an excellent source of the following nutrients:
1. Omega-3 fatty acids-reduce systemic inflammation
2. Vitamin B12-Regulates the nervous system, reduces depression and stress
3. Selenium – enhances cognitive function and a healthy immune system
Freeze-dried Salmon has a good effect on the following symptoms:
1. Dry and dull skin
3. Decreased cognitive ability
Freeze-dried salmon is ideal for winter pets or pets living in cool climates.
Salmon can provide high-quality protein, contains a lot of vitamin D, vitamin B6, B12, riboflavin, and rich selenium; What's rarer is that salmon is a rare food containing long-chain omega-3 fatty acids.
Eating salmon regularly can effectively improve the hair color, effectively promote hair growth, and keep the hair shiny at all times. Salmon is rich in unsaturated fatty acids, OMG-3 can also accelerate metabolism, convert excess fat into muscle, effectively protect skin health~ Reduce itching, dander, red spots, dull redness, and swelling. It can also reduce and control skin inflammation. A large amount of high-quality protein is easily absorbed, and the redder the fish, the higher the astaxanthin content. The antioxidant rate of astaxanthin is 500-1000 times that of vitamin E! Salmon has a strong anti-aging effect, increases immunity, nourishes and repairs joints, and strengthens bones!
Freeze drying is one of the best ways to process pet snacks. This process allows the meat to maintain its ideal characteristics, especially the flavor and nutrients.
Freeze-drying first freezes meat or fish in a vacuum chamber at -50 to -60 degrees Fahrenheit. Then, a small amount of heat is applied to evaporate any ice crystals, removing about 98% of the moisture.
Quick-frozen food does not contain preservatives, additives or chemicals. Freeze-dried meat retains its vitamin, mineral and fat content.
Compared with heat-based preservation methods, the freeze-drying process is less harmful to meat. Regular cooking will reduce amino acids, denature peptides, change flavor and aroma, and decompose vitamins and fatty acids. Freeze-dried meat retains many characteristics of raw meat. Compared with other cured products, freeze-dried meat can remain stable for a longer period of time because the process reduces oxidation.
Freeze-dried salmon snacks are listed as the "best" date 18 months after production. As long as the unopened bag is placed in low humidity, the taste will last for 18 months or more. However, if kept under the right conditions, their service life may be longer. Just like beef jerky, they will last a long time (several years) as long as they cannot absorb water.