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Karlie Vamvouris

Review: Dr. Marty Freeze Dried Dog Food

Last updated on March 9th, 2021 at 01:56 am

In this article, I will review Dr. Marty’s freeze dried dog food, Tilly’s Treasures raw beef liver dog treats, and pro power + adult dog digestive supplement. Dr. Marty was very kind and sent all of these products for me to try with my dogs – however, I will be offering unbiased opinions on each of these products.

 

 Finding the right dog food to nurture your pup’s health can be daunting. What dog food doesn’t have fillers and offers high-quality ingredients, or worse, a recent recall? Does the food require fridge space? What is the cost per month per dog? These are all questions that you have to ask yourself when comparing healthy dog food brands. I was lucky enough to have Dr. Marty send me a few of their products to try with my dogs and give my honest opinion.

 

 

I am going to take a look at Dr. Marty’s Nature’s Blend Adult dog food in-depth; and give you my opinion on the brand, its ingredients, and how it compares to other healthy dog food brands. Secondly, I will provide a brief comparison of the Pro Power Plus Adult dog digestive supplement and Tilly’s Treasures raw beef liver dog treats that Dr. Marty was kind enough to send for my pets, Ollie and Blast, as well.

 

 

What Did Ollie and Blast Think of Dr. Marty’s Freeze Dried Raw Dog Food?

 

Obviously, the best meals in the world are useless if your pets won’t eat it. But I didn’t have any problems getting my pooches to take to Dr. Marty’s.

 

 

In fact, I don’t think that I have ever seen my dogs inhale food as fast as they did when I gave them the Nature’s Blend raw freeze-dried dog food. I used to let my dogs out first thing in the morning to go to the bathroom and then feed them breakfast afterward. However, I now have to feed them their breakfast first thing when I wake up, because they get so excited to eat!

 

 

Since Ollie and Blast get to try dog food often, I always start slowly when introducing something new into their diet. This time, I started them off by using Dr. Marty’s food as a booster/mixer that I put on top of their food. One thing to note if you plan to use this as a meal rather than a topper, you do have to prepare it by mixing it with water. A hidden benefit is that you can make your dog’s food as soft or hard as they need it to be, which is ideal for people who need soft dog food anyway.

 

 

The last topper that I tried with Ollie and blast was from Hungry Bark and they loved it as well. In comparison to Hungry bark, I think their reaction to Dr. Marty’s was slightly more obsessive and when comparing their price, I use a smaller amount of Dr. Marty’s as a topper than I did with Hungry Bark, which brings the total cost down.

 

 

Meet The Lucky Taste Testers

 

 

Our dogs Ollie and Blast were our first fur babies and are joined at the hip. In the first few years of them being a part of our family, we tried to find the right diet to keep them happy and healthy. With Ollie’s skin condition, we tried new food and donated what didn’t work to our local rescue that I volunteered with. Ollie is very stubborn with eating and we really couldn’t get answers on what diet would work best for him.

 

 

 

So if you have a picky dog with a medical condition, I feel your pain — finding the right nutritional dog food that your dog will eat, can be so challenging. I wish that six years ago I had access to more information on gut health and the effects that dog food has on their gut, which leads to healthy skin and coats. Not all dog food is created equally, and even if they have similar ingredients, it is important to find a food that has high quality and sustainably sourced ingredients for your pups.

 

I remember seeing Raw dog food in the freezer section at the pet store but knew I couldn’t stomach serving my dogs that every day. Dr. Marty’s freeze-dried raw dog food is the perfect option because you don’t have to give up freezer space or serve stomach-churning wet dog food that looks like processed meat. As you can see in the video, Ollie and Blast couldn’t get enough of their food with Dr. Marty’s used as a topper.

 

 

 

Is Dr. Marty dog food legit?

 

Source: Dr. Marty

 

Yes, Dr. Marty’s is legit if you are serious about your pet’s gut health. Nature’s Blend, Dr. Marty’s Premium Freeze-Dried Dog Food, is a nutrition-packed formula designed to give your dog a healthier, happier life. Dr. Marty blends a variety of meats, fish, ranch-raised beef and duck, and other protein sources with fruits and vegetables for balanced, complete nutrition specially designed for man’s best friend. Nature’s Blend is all-natural and free of chemicals and fillers, which I think is incredibly important when buying digestive-friendly dog food.

 

As we know, if your dog’s gut health isn’t supported, you can see a decline in many areas of their health. Bad breath, itchy skin, and poop troubles are all signs that your pup could benefit from changing their food or adding a digestive supplement to their diet.

 

Most pet food companies cook their food extensively, which strips it of nutritional value. (You can read this scientific research explaining which vitamins are destroyed by over-cooking.) Dr. Marty Nature’s Blend is designed to mimic what your dog would eat in the wild, while also ensuring your dog gets the maximum nutritional content from every meal.

 

 

How do I prepare the freeze dried dog food?

 

Source: Dr. Marty

 

Dr. Marty Makes preparing your dog’s food simple by clearly noting the feeding recommendations on the back of the bag. To make a meal, simply follow the instructions on the bag that tell you the food to water ratio.

 

If you want to use the food as a topper on your pet’s regular food all you have to do is add the desired amount of Nature’s Blend on top of your dog’s current food. When mixing Nature’s Blend with other foods, be sure to reduce the amount of other food equal to the amount of dry Nature’s Blend to avoid overfeeding your pet.

 

 

How to transition your dog to new food

 

Source: Dr. Marty

 

If your dog is new to Nature’s Blend, it may take their body a little time to adjust to its dense nutritional content – this is perfectly normal.

 

To avoid overwhelming your pooch’s digestive system with too many new nutrients all at once, you should wean them onto Nature’s Blend gradually. They recommend adding 1/4th of their food every 3 days until their food is completely replaced with Nature’s Blend.

 

Here are a few important things to note while transitioning your dog’s food:⁠⠀

 

• Make the transition slowly to avoid an upset stomach⁠.⠀

• Pets with allergies or sensitive stomachs may need a longer transition time⁠.

• The proof is in the 💩 keep an eye out for any abnormalities.

 

 

 

 

Dr. Marty’s ingredients  & price Comparison vs other healthy alternatives

 

Dr. Marty’s vs Doctor Jeff vs Instinct

     
Ingredients Turkey, Beef, Salmon, Duck, Flax, Beef Liver, Turkey Hearts, Turkey Liver, Sweet Potato, Eggs, Pea Flour, Carrots, Apples, Blueberries, Cranberries, Pumpkin Seeds, Spinach, Ginger, Salt, Mixed Tocopherols. Beef, Chicken Meal, White Fish Meal (Pacific Whiting, Pacific Sole, Pacific Rockfish), Peas, Chicken Fat (preserved with Mixed Tocopherols and Citric Acid), Tapioca, Chickpeas, Menhaden Fish Meal, Natural Flavor, Freeze Dried Beef, Herring Meal, Freeze Dried Beef Liver, Pumpkinseeds, Freeze Dried Beef Heart, Dried Tomato Pomace, Freeze Dried Beef Kidney, Freeze Dried Beef Spleen, Montmorillonite Clay, Vitamins (Vitamin E Supplement, Niacin Supplement, L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate, Vitamin A Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, d-Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Folic Acid, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Biotin), Carrots, Apples, Cranberries, Salt, Minerals (Zinc Proteinate, Iron Proteinate, Copper Proteinate, Manganese Proteinate, Sodium Selenite, Ethylenediamine Dihydriodide), Choline Chloride, Potassium Chloride, Dried Kelp, Salmon Oil, Blueberries, Dried Bacillus coagulans Fermentation Product, Rosemary Extract. Dr. Jeff’s Optimum – Wholesome Freeze-Dried Food for Dogs – Vet-Formulated Nutrient-Rich Raw Diet with Omega-3s, Protein, and Human-Grade Fruits and Vegetables – 1 LB. Bag
Price per bag $60 $40 $35
Website

 

 

Doggy Digestive Supplement Comparison: Dr. Marty vs NaturVet vs Fur Belly

 

Dr. Marty vs NaturVet vs Fur Belly

     
Rating A+ for quality ingredients
B for delivery (messy powder)
B for quality ingredients
A for delivery (easy soft chews)
B for quality ingredients
A for delivery ()
Monthly Cost $69.95 for a dog that is up to 25 lbs $15.99 for a dog that is up to 40 lbs $27.98 for a dog that is up to 25 lbs
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Dr. Marty Digestive Supplements and Tilly’s Treasures Freeze Dried Dog Treats

Focused on the digestive health of your pet, this formula contains 14 different health and digestive ingredients designed to improve your dog’s gut — including 2 billion CFUs of “canine friendly” probiotics.

 

This blend should help support your pet’s health from nose to tail, and helps:

 

  • Ease your animal’s digestion and make “poops more manageable
  • Reduce bad breath and support oral healthPromote a relaxed, calm mood
  • Support a healthy immune system
  • Enhance nutrient absorption for increased longevity

 

 

Tilly’s Treasures is made from 100% raw, high-quality beef liver. It fits into your dog’s raw diet as a treat or occasional snack! These freeze-dried treats are rich in fortifying A & B vitamins, iron, and essential minerals — so you give your furry friend something special while also fueling their body and mind. Tilly’s Treasures contain ZERO artificial preservatives, additives, or fillers that can be harmful to dogs. Plus, it’s naturally grain and gluten free — making it the perfect, protein-rich treat.

 

Dr. Marty sponsors Freedom Service Dogs of America

 

 

 

Many people know that I am extremely passionate about supporting brands that give back to the community. I am especially particular with the pet brands that I support; I want them to be giving back to the animal community. As someone who has spent years in the rescue community, giving tirelessly to animals in need, I love when I see brands having a positive impact on the rescue community. This company does just that, they are a sponsor to Freedom service dogs of America, which is an organization that trains shelter dogs to assist people with a variety of needs.

 

 

 

 

Dr. Marty Reviews: What do fur parents have to say?

 

While reading the thousands of Dr. Marty reviews, I noticed the common theme that pups and their fur parents love their products. Many people noted that their picky eaters were very enthusiastic about their food and that their pups danced with joy when it was treat time. There were several comments on the price point, which is a valid concern because their food is pricier than most.

 

While their price point is higher than most, the reviews sing praises to the amazing results that fur parents have seen with their dog’s gut health and overall energy and health. Pup parents are overall very happy with their products and buy them over and over again. I love it when a producer stands behind their product, and Dr. Marty is so confident that you will love their products, they offer a 90-day money-back guarantee and if you aren’t happy with their products you will receive a full refund.

 

 

The verdict on Dr. Marty’s freeze dried raw dog food

 

Overall I think that all of Dr. Marty’s offerings are impressive and I would love it if I could exclusively give my dogs this brand, unfortunately, the cost is a huge factor for me when looking at food and supplements for my dogs.

If price is not an issue for you, I 100% recommend going with the Dr. Marty brand, whether you are looking for healthy and nutritious raw dog treats, high-quality pet supplements, or premium freeze-dried raw food. I love the quality of Dr. Marty’s ingredients and the care that they put into formulating their products. Another major positive with the raw dog food is that it’s freeze-dried, which means that you don’t have to dedicate refrigerator space to your dog’s food. And because it’s important to me that the brands I use support the community, I appreciate the philanthropy aspect of the brand, which sponsors Freedom Service Dogs of America.

 

Overall, this was a great product, my dogs loved it, and if you are serious about your pet’s digestive health I’d strongly recommend it. Click here to explore Dr. Marty’s dog food options for yourself!

 
 

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