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Freeze and Air Dried Cat Treats products have an average rating of 4.4 / 5.0 from 64 reviews
Dehydrated Treats for Cats
If you are searching for a nutrient-packed, grain-free treat, dehydrated treats for cats are perfect. Air-dried and freeze-dried treats are raw treats preserved using specialised methods to retain the nutrients and taste which your cat will love. Pet Circle stocks a huge range of air-dried and freeze-dried options in a variety of flavours for your cat.
Best air-dried and freeze dried-treats for cats based on our customer reviews
|Balanced Life Cat Treats Salmon||My cat loves everything edible but she seems to lean towards this treat more than others! It looks and smells like jerkies for cats! - KATE|
|Hemp Pet Hemp Infused Hoki Fish Treats for Cats||I wanted to give these a try to see if hemp oil will help my kitty. I've only fed them once and boy are they smelly...... BUT my cats absolutely love them and the smell is worth it to know my cats are at least having a nice healthy treat if nothing else.- ANITA|
|Rufus & Coco Reel Fish Cat Treats||My kitties go insane over these. Absolutely insane. Would rather play with these than go outside. - MELANIE|
|Feline Natural Cat Treats Grain Free Healthy Beef||LLove it, give them as treats or sprinkled/mixed into wet food, love that it's 100% beef and nothing else, smells so good even I want to eat it! - ANNA|
Frequently Asked Questions
How are freeze-dried cat treats made?
Freeze-dried treats are rapidly cooled at ultra-low temperatures, then placed in a vacuum where the temperature is raised slightly. The ice is then turned to gas through the process of sublimation. This method reduces the amount of preservatives required, while retaining a nutrient dense treat. Some freeze-dried food and treats may require rehydration before feeding to your feline.
How are air-dried and dehydrated cat treats made?
There are several different methods:
- Air-drying - companies like New Zealand based Ziwi utilize this method for their raw products. It is a gentle and slow process of preserving. The end result is an extremely nutrient-dense food, without the need for artificial preservatives, sugars and glycerines.
- Dehydrating - this is another method frequently used for raw treats. This method uses low temperatures to remove moisture slowly from the food, while preserving nutrients and taste.
Author info: Dr Nicole du Plessis - Pet Circle In House Veterinarian