Did you know freeze dried pork lung treats can benefit pet lung health?
In fact, pets experiencing the following symptoms may benefit from eating pork lung:
- Nasal discharge
- Shortness of breath
Why Does Your Pet Need Pork Lung Treats?
Pork lung treats are an excellent source of:
- Riboflavin – benefitting energy production
- Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5) – alleviating respiratory disorders
- Potassium – preventing muscle loss
- Zinc – decreasing susceptibility to acute lower respiratory tract infections
Therefore, pets who eat pork lung treats reap the benefits of these nutrients.
Additionally, pork lung treats aid:
- Allergic cough
- Allergic skin disease
- Nasal discharge
Pork Lung in Eastern Medicine
How do pork lung treats help?
In Eastern medicine, pet parents feed pork lung treats based on Yin & Yang and The Five-Element Theory.
Furthermore, in Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM), the Five-Element Theory explains the relationship between the five naturally occurring elements in the environment.
According to Eastern veterinary medicine, the physiologic function of the lung is primarily respiration and creating energy from the oxygen and carbon dioxide exchange.
Second, the lung is responsible for controlling and regulating the skin surface and hair of the entire body.
Third, according to the Five-Element Theory, lung represents metal.
The attributes of metal are persistence, strength, and determination.
Additionally, the Metal Element is also known as the “breath of life.”
By giving your pets lung treats, the attributes are strengthened.
About Freeze Dried Treats
What do all these benefits mean for you?
Your ailing pet will begin to feel like his old self again!
How Are Pork Lungs Freeze Dried?
Freeze drying starts with flash-freezing meat or fish in a vacuum chamber at -50 to -60 degrees Fahrenheit.
Low-level heat evaporate any ice crystals, removing about 98% of moisture.
Why Freeze Dry Pork Lung?
Flash-frozen foods keep without preservatives, additives or chemicals.
In fact freeze dried meat retains its vitamin, mineral and fat content.
Furthermore, the process of freeze drying does less harm to the meat than heat-based preservation methods.
Conventional cooking reduces amino acids, denatures peptides, alters flavors and aromas, and decomposes vitamins and fatty acids.
Freeze dried meat retains many of the properties of raw meat.
Freeze drying meat decreases oxidation. Therefore, it is shelf-stable for a longer period of time than other preserved products.
How Long Do Freeze Dried Pork Lungs Stay Fresh?
PET | TAO freeze dried pork lung treats are best used within 18 months as long as the unopened bag is kept at low humidity.
But, they may last much longer if kept under the right conditions.
Like beef jerky, as long as moisture can’t get to them, they will last a long time (years).
Can You Reconstitute Freeze Dried Pork Lung Treats In Water?
Freeze drying usually yields 25% of the original wet weight of the meat.
If you rehydrate the treats, they should quadruple in weight.
Thus 3 oz. should turn into 12 oz. when rehydrated.
Looking for an all natural freeze dried pork lung treat for your pet?
PET | TAO freeze dried pork lung treats contain one ingredient only – pork lung – and are additive-free and hypoallergenic by nature.
Each bag contains 3 ounces of flavorful, nutritional goodness for cats and dogs!