New Product Spotlight: New Small Dog Rolls & Sensitive Stomach and Skin Recipe

25 Mar 2020 | Written by Freshpet

At Freshpet, we believe that your pet’s food shouldn’t be one-size-fits-all – it should be tailored to their individual needs. This is why we’re proud to announce two new natural dog food varieties in our line of Freshpet Select products: New Small Dog Rolls and a Sensitive Stomach & Skin Recipe.

These healthy dog food recipes were made with the needs of small dogs and those with sensitive stomach & skin in mind – let’s take a look at what you can expect from them.

Freshpet Select Sensitive Stomach & Skin: Steam Cooked Chicken Recipe with Pumpkin & Brown Rice for Dogs

For dogs with sensitive tummies, this recipe is the best dog food option as it is packed with natural prebiotics and made with gently steam-cooked chicken, pumpkin, and brown rice. We chose pumpkin as a primary ingredient in this healthy dog food as it’s an easily digestible, high-fiber vegetable known for regulating digestive systems. Chicken and rice were also easy choices, as both are mild foods that are gentle on upset stomachs. In fact, your vet may have already recommended feeding your dog chicken and rice when they were having digestive issues.

Dogs with sensitive skin will benefit from the roll’s vitamin A and omega fatty acids, which help maintain healthy skin and shiny coats. Omega fatty acids can help with issues like flaky skin, dull coat, dermatitis, and hair loss. Even if your dog doesn’t suffer from skin issues, you’ll notice how great their coat looks!

Freshpet Select Small Dog Chicken & Turkey Recipe with Cranberries & Spinach

Small dogs need a natural dog food that's both tailored to their size and nutritionally balanced to ensure they get everything they need without having to overeat. Unfortunately, many pet foods contain meat meals, by-product meals, or fillers to “bulk up” their recipes – this is not the best dog food option and can be troublesome for small dogs who tend to be at higher risk of being overweight. The good news is that this new roll is packed with all-natural chicken, turkey and anti-oxidant rich fruits & vegetables – as well as all the vitamins and minerals needed to keep them healthy.

Unlike shelf-stable kibble, this roll is soft and easy-to-chew. It can also be cut into pieces the right size for even the smallest mouth, making it some of the best dog food for your pup.

Freshpet Select Small Dog Multi-Protein Recipe with Sweet Potatoes

Our new Small Dog Multi-Protein Recipe is designed with small dogs energy needs in mind. Protein is an important part of the canine diet, as it provides energy and keeps the immune system strong. It also contributes to building and repairing muscles, which is important for dogs who are active every day.

Made with four different types of protein – chicken, beef, egg and salmon – it’s a mouthwatering and nutrient-dense roll that offers the full spectrum of crucial amino acids needed to stay active and healthy. Just like our Small Dog Chicken & Turkey Recipe, this one is both soft & easy-to-chew.

If any of these are the first Freshpet recipe your dog is trying, be sure to check out our feeding guidelines. Here you’ll learn how to switch your pet to Freshpet and how much to feed them, as well as practical details like how to best serve and store the rolls.

Responses to this Post

Barbara Lemay
8 Jun, 2020 at 03:50 pm
My dog has chronic pancreatitis. Which of your foods would you suggest so that she doesn’t have an attack of pancreatitis from too much fat. Thanks!
15 Jul, 2020 at 02:36 pm
Hi Barbara - Thank you for your interest in Freshpet. Since we use fresh chicken as opposed to chicken meal for example, our foods are naturally higher in fat. While foods higher in protein and fat can be great for some dogs, those with pancreatitis should look for lower fat meals as you stated. Freshpet would not be the best choice for a diagnosis of pancreatitis. We wish you and your pup all the best!
Teresa Kirgan
15 Jun, 2020 at 05:43 pm
Can the freshpet rolls be frozen? I have to buy quite a few and don't want them to go bad. Thank you! Terry
10 Jul, 2020 at 02:36 pm
Hi Teresa - This blog post contains the info you're looking for. It's at the end of this post: Thanks and have a great day!

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