Freeze Dry Australia 100% Raw Dog Food Review

Country of originAustralia
Available fromLucky Pet

Feeding raw is a chore. It means stocking up and chopping up lots of yucky organs, and for many there’s always a concern of getting the balance right. This is where freeze dried food offers a wonderfully simple (yet more costly) alternative.

Freeze Dry Australia 100% Raw Dog Food Review

100% Raw Dog Food, a freeze dried diet from Freeze Dry Australia, offers a raw diet with a convenience and shelf life on par with kibble, yet with the wonderful ingredients you would find in a raw diet. All you need to do is reconstitute it with water prior to feeding – easy peasy.

Most of the food is meat and organs, with a combination of lamb heart, kangaroo tail, beef, emu, salmon (powdered), kangaroo liver, sardines, beef liver, beef kidney, and even the wonderful green lipped mussels which are rich in omegas for heart and joint health. These ingredients are rich in the vital nutrients your dog needs, and it’s a far better diet than kibbles formulated with wheat and supplemented with vitamins.

There’s some other nice inclusions as well, with a range of fruits and vegetables, egg yolks (lovely!), and preserved with rosemary rather than chemicals.

Freeze Dry Australia 100% Raw Dog Food Review

So what’s the catch? You could say the price, but at least you’re offering your dog what they really should be eating. If price is a factor then mix this with another food, use it as a topper, or a weekly treat. They also offer an alternative with oats as a more affordable option.


Lamb heart chunks, kangaroo tail, beef, emu, salmon powder, kangaroo liver chunks, sweet potato, green apples, broccoli, sardines, beef liver, beef kidney, cabbage, kale, cauliflower, green lip mussel powder, egg yolks, parsley, rosemary extract.

Calling Aussie pet lovers – join the mailing list!

9 Total Score
Raw without the chore!

  • True to a natural canine diet.
  • Lots of meat, organs, fish, eggs, and green lipped mussels.
  • Naturally preserved (with the natural preservation of freeze drying).

David D'Angelo

David D'Angelo has worked as a scientist since graduating with a BSc (Hons) in 2000. In addition, David holds a CPD accredited Diploma in Pet Nutrition as well as being CPD accredited VSA (Veterinary Support Assistant). However, his experience and involvement in the pet food industry for 15+ years has given true insight into pet food, formulations, science, research, and pet food marketing. Facebook | LinkedIn | Instagram | Pinterest

  1. They also have a line of cat food. Would like to see a review of this. My cats love it and they have multiple flavours.

  2. They have a line of cat food also. Would love to see a review of that

  3. Their branding has changed since this post. I love this brand. No synthetic vitamins or minerals either.

  4. Are they still selling? I cannot find a reseller for this product?

  5. Thanks Shelley. I’ve been feeding Frontier Pets food to my Aussie and have found their website really user unfriendly, plus 10 kgs need to be ordered to get free postage, so I’ll be trying this food next. The lower fat content is good to learn about as I’m trying to get a bit of weight off her.

  6. I think Freeze dry Australia is very good. My dogs like it. Just one issue is that the greens are separate and not incorporated into the pellets. The dogs selectively leave out the greens.
    But fibre is good and balanced as I can judge via the outcome.
    They were eating Frontier pet food before and and I was wondering why their poos were so mushy with Frontier pet food. The fat content is much higher in Frontier pet and fibre is only 1 % vs 2% in Freeze dry.

Leave a reply

Pet Food Reviews (Australia)
Shopping cart