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I enjoy camping and backpacking with my dog. Up until recently, I had to carry her food because I couldn't get her to wear her own pack without her running into the bushes and getting stuck. On my last trip with her, I found a freeze dried dog food packed in this cool pouch that disintegrated when mixed with water. The food was super light and I didn't have any garbage to pack out. It was pretty neat. I could even read all the ingredients on the package. That made me super happy. The name of the company that makes the food is called Hi Tailin’ It!. Just an FYI - I saw it advertised on NewsWatch. Here's the link if anyone else has the same issue with their pup.

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I enjoy camping and backpacking with my dog. Up until recently, I had to carry her food because I couldn't get her to wear her own pack without her running into the bushes and getting stuck. On my last trip with her, I found a freeze dried dog food packed in this cool pouch that disintegrated when mixed with water. The food was super light and I didn't have any garbage to pack out. It was pretty neat. I could even read all the ingredients on the package. That made me super happy. The name of the company that makes the food is called Hi Tailin’ It!. Just an FYI - I saw it advertised on NewsWatch. Here's the link if anyone else has the same issue with their pup.

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Freeze-dried food tends to be pretty light, granted, it’s not always the most budget friendly! What all have you tried?
 

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Freeze-dried food tends to be pretty light, granted, it’s not always the most budget friendly! What all have you tried?
This is actually the first product I used for the backpacking because I haven't seen anything like it before. I definitely wouldn't buy it for regular feedings because it was more expensive than my average kibble. This particular product seems like it is designed as a specialty item when away from home. Like they have the dissolvable pouches for camping but they also have long-lasting pouches for emergency prep. I just thought it was an interesting product and thought I'd share.
 
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