How best to Store Our Truly Preservative Dog Treats


Shop brought dog treats are all chemically treated in some way with preservatives, this is the only way that meat/protein dog treats or pet treats that supposedly containing real meat can remain in a stable condition on the shelves for months and sometimes years in Supermarkets and Pet Stores. The preservatives used on or in these treats and pet foods we believe to be the leading causes of the numerous health issues that afflict our pets today and in some cases resulting in a premature death. As all our doggy treats are genuinely preservative and salt-free, it is best to keep the unopened vacuum sealed packets in the freezer. Once opened the treats should be kept in an airtight container in the fridge. If you have a variety of our products so you can give your fur baby a different treat experience every day, we recommend you only keep enough treats in the fridge for a few days at a time and then the rest in the freezer, ensuring optimum condition. If you have a small dog breed, we also recommend that you only keep a weeks supply of our preservative and salt-free dog treats in the fridge and the rest in the freezer until needed, thus ensuring that your doggy treats stay in premium condition.