5 New Fresh Recipes Your Pup Will Want To Try

28 Nov 2018 | Written by Freshpet
We’ve been hard at work in the Freshpet Kitchens and are excited to announce five new fresh recipes for your dog to enjoy. Each new recipe stands behind our mission to offer the highest quality food, free from meat-meals, by-product meals, preservatives, or additives.

Freshpet Select Tender Chicken Recipe for Small Dogs

Made with fresh, high-quality ingredients, our Freshpet Select line of recipes have been a favorite among pets for years. Our new Freshpet Select Tender Chicken Recipe for Small Dogs features bite-sized morsels, perfect for even the smallest breed. This tasty new recipe is made with US farm-raised chicken, eggs, ocean whitefish, carrots, cranberries, and spinach – everything needed to support the high energy requirements of small dogs.

Nature’s Fresh Small Breed Chicken Dog Food Recipe

If you’re interested in a fresh approach to holistic nutrition for your pet, our Nature’s Fresh line of recipes is for you. Each recipe is thoughtfully prepared and made with locally sourced ingredients that are Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) certified. Our new Nature's Fresh Small Breed Chicken Dog Food Recipe is formulated with targeted protein and fat as well as Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids to support healthy skin and coat. Available in delicious bite-sized morsels made of fresh, locally sourced, GAP-rated chicken.

Freshpet Select Roasted Meals Beef with Garden Vegetables

Like all Freshpet recipes, our new Freshpet Select Roasted Meals Beef with Garden Vegetables has no meat-meals or by-product meals. Instead, it offers tender pieces of 100% farm-raised beef, complemented with antioxidant-rich green beans, sweet potatoes, and carrots – all of which your pup is sure to love.

Vital Grain Free Chicken Small Breed Recipe

Our Vital fresh food is crafted to maintain its ingredients high nutritional value, made specifically with your active pet in mind. We’re excited to be adding a new recipe specifically for small breeds to our line of Vital products – Vital Grain Free Chicken Small Breed Recipe. Designed specifically to meet the needs of small breeds with a medley of flavors pups love, fresh US raised chicken, sweet potatoes, carrots, and cranberries.

Freshpet Select Multi-Protein Complete Meal

Made with chicken, beef and salmon, this delicious new recipe packs a serious protein punch, with flavor to boot. Our Freshpet Select Multi-Protein Complete Meal Chicken, Beef, Egg, and Salmon recipe is made with is 100% all-natural proteins that pair perfectly with sweet potatoes, eggs, carrots, and real green beans you can actually see. With so many new options, especially for small breed pups, we have a feeling your pet will have trouble choosing a favorite. Find your local Freshpet fridge to pick some up for your pup.

Responses to this Post

30 Nov, 2018 at 06:44 pm
Looks good, I like the smaller size for smaller puppers.
Jan Hencely
30 Nov, 2018 at 07:29 pm
My Brinkley is a Senior Yorkie. At 13 he is in good shape and LOVES Freshpet for Small Dogs... looking forward to trying him on the new flavors...
Diane Street
30 Nov, 2018 at 08:16 pm
After trying so many brands of dog food, my sweet boy, Charlie, loves your food!, Thank you!
30 Nov, 2018 at 09:30 pm
I just bought one of these at Target. I am hoping my three little ones dive in. Sometimes they prefer your "rolls" to the bagged "real" food. It flabbergasts me. Something they are smelling that I am not? I'll keep everyone posted on the progress.. Thanks for thinking of this FRESHPET!
Carole Alexander
30 Nov, 2018 at 09:54 pm
Our dog loves Fresh Pet dog food. He likes a variety. So he gets chicken in the roll & when that is gone we give him the nuggets or shredded
Laura Holderman
1 Dec, 2018 at 12:49 am
Looks awesome, can’t wait to try it. Would love to have coupons to try it.
Michelle Baker
1 Dec, 2018 at 05:14 am
Loving your Freshpet food since i started feeding it to my little guy 2 years ago. We are loving the small breed bite sized food, especially the chicken flavor.

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