Do storage mites exist in freeze dried/dehydrated foods?

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    Alisa G
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    My 85-pound black lab is highly allergic to storage mites so we have taken dry food out of her diet. Combined with Apoquel, her itching is completely gone! However, buying high-quality grain-free canned food is not something I can sustain financially much longer. I’m wondering if the freeze-dried raw foods also contain storage mites? She also needs to lose some weight and my vet has provided me with a target caloric intake, with a good amount of protein so she doesn’t lose muscle. I’m pulling my hair out, having researched way too much on this site and others. SUGGESTIONS!?

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    InkedMarie
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    Alisa,
    I can’t say for certain but I’m pretty sure freeze dried is going to be as expensive if not more so than canned. Take a look at Grandma Lucy’s. It’s freeze dried but you add water to it. It may be more cost effective than other freeze drieds. You may need to order it. Look at Chewy, Wag, PetFlow and PetFoodDirect.

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