With Vital Essentials Turkey Entree Mini Nibs Freeze-dried Dog Food, your dog will get the “Alpha” prey diet nature intended. An exclusive freeze-drying process retains all the active nutritional elements in this food while allowing it to be safely and conveniently stored without refrigeration. Locally sourced from America’s heartland with a perfect blend of fresh, wholesome turkey, bone and organ meats and absolutely no grains, glutens or fillers, Mini Nibs can be served as a complete and balanced meal, a nutritious treat or mixed with kibble. Anyway you serve it, you can’t go wrong; the benefits of nutrient-packed Vital Essentials Freeze-dried Food will be visible within weeks.
Grain-free and gluten-free freeze-dried turkey dog food with small pieces that are perfect for small breeds.
Complete and balanced single protein diet is ideal for any dogs with food sensitivities or allergies and can be fed as a treat, topper or a complete meal.
No added hormones, antibiotics, colors, fillers, flavorings and no synthetic vitamins or minerals.
Exclusive freeze-drying process retains all active nutritional elements in the food while allowing the food to be safely and conveniently stored without refrigeration.
Feed up to double the amount for puppies and pregnant or nursing dogs.
Wash hands, utensils, counters, food dishes and related areas thoroughly with hot, soapy water after each feeding. Store freeze - dried products in a cool dark place. Best if fed within 30 days after opening.
Switch to a purely RAW diet slowly. Some pets may take to RAW immediately, while others may take longer. Take at least 10 days to 2 weeks to gradually transition your pet’s diet. This gives the digestive system time to adjust to the new food.
Step 1: Choose a protein (stick with the same protein for the first 2 weeks)
Step 2 (Day 1 - 3): Serve 25% RAW mixed with 75% current food
Step 3 (Day 4 - 6): Serve 50% RAW mixed with 50% current food
Step 4 (Day 7 - 9): Serve 75% RAW mixed with 25% current food
When you think about it paying $30 for a pound of dog food or even treats while you can buy steak or salmon fillet for much less than that, you know there’s something wrong. This product used to be much cheaper. Certainly it’s not worth the money anymore
on Nov 6, 2018
I feed raw but supplement with products such as Vital Essentials while traveling or when training. Love the mini nibs-great alternative and my pup loves them.
Cats love it, too.....
on Oct 17, 2018
This is cheaper than the cat version of basically the same thing, so I put 8-10 on top of their nighttime kibbles and they both love it. This + dried raw chicken breast. I like giving them raw treats and a quality kibble because all the wet canned food does it give them stinky, wet stools all the time. They drink plenty of water from a fountain, so don't think they will get dehydrated.
Picky girls like it!
on Oct 9, 2018
I have tried three types of freeze dried food and this is the one my picky girls have chosen. My old girl is acting like she feels better and her coat is pretty and shiny again.
Perfect Training Treats
on Jul 23, 2018
Although this is a small bite freeze dried food for dogs I use it for tasty and healthy training treats for my Agility Dogs. All 5 of them give all flavors of Vital Essentials a 5 paws up. And so do I for the quality ingredients.
on Aug 9, 2018
I use these little bites as treats while training my dog. They are mess free and small enough so that I am not adding tons of calories to her diet.
Great Food - Great Price
on Jun 26, 2018
Now that we know one of our Morkies is a 'Cool' Dog, Turkey is one protein he can eat. We only feed freeze-dried, and I like that this is nothing but Turkey and has a crunch they really like. These make great treats also.
My dog wouldn’t eat it at all
on Apr 3, 2018
I’ve tried several dehydrated or freeze dried raw foods over the years. We had the most success with another brand, but there were additional ingredients in those foods we are now avoiding. It takes forever to rehydrate this brand, and then when it does somewhat rehydrate it becomes a spongy and strangely textured food. After multiple attempts to feed it to my dog and him not even wanting to taste it, I had to call Chewy and let them know it didn’t work out. If your dog is not the kind of dog who will eat anything and everything I would avoid this food.
Great treat or topper for 70 lb doodle
on Jun 6, 2018
I use these for training treats, they don’t turn to dust like other dehydrated turkey treats. Great for extra protein topper on his dehydrated food too.
Dogs Love IT!
on Jun 2, 2018
My dogs love this. I use it for one of their meals each day. Sometimes wet and sometimes dry. I also use it for treats.