Storing & Serving Your Dog’s Homemade Dinners
Storing: Once they’re cooled, we recommended you either refrigerate your dog’s meals (in order to preserve their natural goodness) for a maximum of 3 days, or place them in the freezer until they’re required. We suggest either using freezer-proof plastic storage boxes, or investing in a vacuum sealing machine which can be bought surprisingly inexpensively.
Serving: If they’re refrigerated, simply open and serve your dog’s meals shortly before they are required. Leaving them to rest at room temperature for a short while will make them gentler on your dog’s tummy and bring out the full flavour and aroma of each meal. Adding a little hot water immediately before serving will make them even more appetizing.
If they’re frozen, remove from your freezer the night before and allow to defrost in the fridge over night before following the instructions above.
If you happen to forget, remove the meal from your freezer as and when required, immerse in cold water or leave under running cold water until defrosted and then serve. As before, your dog’s meals are best served at room temperature.
Always ensure a ready supply of clean, fresh, drinking water.
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