How to defrost raw dog food
If you’re concerned about how to defrost raw dog food or whether you’re storing it safely, don’t fret. There are a few ways to make the whole process much easier.
Getting your first meal ready
Contrary to some raw dog food myths, feeding and defrosting raw dog food is almost effortless.
The best way (and safest) method for defrosting our raw dog food meals is in the fridge.
This way, the thawing process happens in the most natural way possible, limiting the possibility of spoilage; even though it may take a little longer than other methods.
Also, this way requires little to no effort on your part; simply put it in the fridge and serve it when ready.
If you don’t need a full tub
If your dog doesn’t need a full tub in every meal, that’s ok! Simply pop the lid back on, and put the unused portion back in the fridge right away to be used for their next meal.
You can safely store our raw dog food in the fridge, and it will stay fresh for up to four days (from frozen).
This also means that you can easily defrost multiple meals simultaneously if it suits you, only adding to the convenience factor!