Review: Raw Paws Freeze Dried Treats

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Raw Paws’ mission is to make it practical, affordable, and accessible for pet parents to provide their furry family members with the healthiest pet food, treats, chews, supplements and more. All of their products are sourced in the US from responsible and ethical farms, and are hormone, antibiotic and GMO free. Their products are minimally processed and don’t contain any additives or fillers.

Freeze Dried Treats

Freeze dried meats are a great, healthy treat. They offer the crunch that some cats miss when they’re no longer eating dry food, without any of the downsides of traditional dry treats, which are too high in carbohydrates for an obligate carnivore.

Raw Paws Freeze Dried Treats

These treats contain only ground meat with bone, organ meats, and herring oil. They are naturally preserved and come in a variety of flavors, including chicken, turkey, beef, and duck.

Putting Raw Paws Freeze Dried Treats to the test

Allegra liked both the turkey and duck treats, but is showing a strong preference for the duck flavor. With the turkey treats, she’ll occasionally leave one treat uneaten. That never happens with the duck treats!


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