Drying is perhaps the oldest method of food preservation. Early nomadic mankind must have relied heavily on dehydration for survival. We know that ancient Egyptians and Greeks used dry food. Many of the famous old world explorers might have never discovered new lands were it not for the dried fruits, grains, and meats that they carried in their cargo holds. Dehydrating became less popular with the advent of refrigeration, but during World War I and II there was considerable research conducted on dehydration.
Today we all enjoy the convenience of prepared dried food. This food has the advantage of being light weight, compact, easy to transport, with a reasonably long shelf life. In addition, drying has a lower heat exposure than cooking, so flavor and vitamin loss is minimized. Check out the list of benefits to your pet when you use our jerky.
High nutritional value of the food is maintained
Fewer vitamins destroyed than in cooking
No additives or preservatives--many other brands contain nitrates
Treats are lightweight, low volume, for easy transport/storage
No worries about extra carbs--no grains or sugars added
Ideal to tempt sick dogs with little appetite
Beef or Lamb Lung
Easy to cut or break*
Easy to break*
Great for training*
Crunchy, chew treat
Snap into small bits*
Recreational, play/chew treat
Chewy,perfect for teething
*Recommended as a training treat.
[All our treats are made from USDA inspected animals. There
are no grains, fillers, preservatives or high heat processing.]