Freeze-Dried Dog Food Turducken Diet - Steve's Real Food

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Steve's Real Food freeze-dry turducken diet combines turkey, chicken, and duck into a high-protein, low-fat dog food. This powerhouse combination of mixed proteins offers wide-ranging nutritional benefits and is highly palatable for picky eaters. It is a BARF formulation consisting of 80% meat/organ/bone, 15% produce, and 5% value-added ingredients such as New Zealand green-lipped mussel, coconut oil, and raw goat milk for complete nutrition without the addition of any synthetic vitamin packs. Our complete and balanced Turducken Diet for dogs and cats is from vegetarian-fed, free-range poultry. 

Additional information


20 oz bag


Duck, Chicken, Turkey


Ground Turkey, Turkey Liver, Turkey Heart, Ground Chicken, Broccoli, Ground Duck, Chicken Liver, Apples, Romaine Lettuce, Celery, Goat’s Milk, Sesame Seed, Chia Seed, Coconut Oil, New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel, Taurine, Salmon Oil, Flaxseed, Dried Kelp, Inulin, Ground Eggshell

Ingredient Sourcing:

Our turkey comes from a family farm in California. The turkeys roam freely, are given enrichment activities, and are raised on a non-GMO, biologically appropriate diet. Our chickens come from an 8 generation family farm in Washington and Oregon that introduced "No Antibiotics Ever Chicken." The farm raises free-range chickens and is Non-GMO Project verified. Our delicious red-meat duck hails from Maple Leaf Farms, providing top-quality White Pekin Duck to America's finest chefs. The ducks are free to roam in a cage-free environment and are never given growth hormones or antibiotics. They have access to climate-controlled barns to protect them during the cold Indiana winters. When the ducks are harvested, the farm attempts to utilize every part of the animal so nothing goes to waste. The feathers are sent to make pillows and blankets, and the meat gets added to our tasty pet food. The produce is sourced from the Pacific Northwest, and our goat milk comes from a family farm in Gaston, Oregon. Steve's Real Food is committed to working with family farms that share our belief in sustainable farming free from added hormones, antibiotics, and pesticides.  Read more about our ingredients.


Nutritional Facts

  • B.A.R.F Formulation: 80% Meat/Organ/Bone and 20% Produce
  • Calories: 140 Kcal/oz
  • Calcium to Phosphorus Ratio: 1.6:1
  • Omega-6/Omega-3 Fatty Acid Ratio: 8:1
  • Carbohydrates: 1.7%
  • pH Level: 6.4 S.U.
  • Taurine: 0.25%

Guaranteed Analysis:

  • Protein: 50.5% minimum
  • Fat: 33% minimum
  • Fiber: 1.6% maximum
  • Moisture: 6% maximum

Vitamins: (as-fed)

Minerals: (dry matter)


Rehydrating freeze-dried pet food is recommended to help with digestion. We designed our food to be soft and easy to rehydrate. To rehydrate, simply follow steps 1-3:

  1. Measure the freeze-dried dog food and pour it into your pet’s bowl
  2. Rehydrate the food by adding water, bone broth, or Goat milk on top of the food. Wait about 5 mins for the liquid to absorb into the food.
  3. Serve the food to your pet

Daily Feeding Amount:

Use our feeding calculator here to determine the feeding amount.

Food Storage:

Keep food in a cool place away from direct light, such as in a cupboard or pantry.

Safe Handling:

Wash your hands, utensils, and any surfaces that come in contact with the freeze-dry pet food.


Turducken Freeze-Dried Raw Pet Food FAQ

How big are the bags of freeze dry food?

Our original freeze-dried diets are available in 1.25 lb (20 oz) bags and makes 5 pounds of food once it’s rehydrated. 

Do you have to rehydrate freeze-dry dog food?

If you are feeding it as the pet’s main diet, YES, it is vitally important to rehydrate the foods before feeding them. To make rehydration easy, we have made our freeze-dried foods soft and easy to crumble. This allows the food to absorb moisture quickly. If you use freeze-dried pet food as a treat, rehydrating is NOT required.

What should I use to rehydrate the freeze-dried raw dog food?

You can use warm water, low-sodium bone broth, raw goat milk, or kefir.

How long is freeze-dried raw pet food good for?

The food has an unopened shelf life until the expiration date, which is typically 18 months.

1 review for Freeze-Dried Dog Food Turducken Diet - Steve's Real Food

  1. Megan Carpenter

    We love using these turducken freeze dried nuggets! They are perfect for training and bite sized. It makes living a busy life with your pup easy!

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