Open Nature Dog Food: The Best 5 Ways To Store It

Open nature dog food is a new and innovative product. The evolution of dog food incorporates modern nutritional science, sustainable farming, natural ingredients, and healthy recipes into one convenient package.

We know what you’re thinking: but our dogs have been eating kibble for decades! And that’s true – your dog has probably been eating kibble for at least a few decades.

But those kibble diets are now an outdated model with which we can do better. Open nature dog food is the next generation of dog food.

It is a science-backed kibble that utilizes the best of our understanding of how dogs to digest, absorb and utilize nutrients to deliver a highly digestible, nutritionally balanced meal that can support your dog’s health and vitality.

Open Nature Dog Food
Open Nature Dog Food

Open nature dog food

It’s not a kibble. It is food – an open format that can be cooked, fed, and enjoyed. We are not just feeding dog kibble to dogs.

We’re feeding our dogs human food. Open nature dog food is a mixture of pure beef protein, bone and bone meal, and real meat (not meal) with grains, veggies, and fruits for added flavor.

It’s more like how you would make lasagna than make kibble. Members include the three founding members of Open Nature: Piper Ridge (Dove Creek, Colorado), JD’s (Windsor Mill, New York), and The Ranch (ZEPHYRHILLS, Florida).

What is open nature dog food?

The first of its kind: it’s not a kibble. It is food – an open format that can be cooked, fed, and enjoyed.

Open nature dog food is a mixture of pure beef protein, bone and bone meal, real meat (not meal), grains, veggies, and fruits for added flavor. It’s more like how you would make lasagna than make kibble.

Who manufactures open nature dog food?

Open nature dog food is made by Open Nature, LLC. Their products are manufactured in Denver, Colorado. It is sold through distributors, pet stores, and online retailers in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

Is open nature healthy for dogs?

Yes. Dogs have been eating kibble diets for many years. It’s estimated that more than 90 percent of dogs in the United States are fed commercial food every day.

However, those kibble diets are now an outdated model with which we can do better. Open nature dog food is the next generation of dog food.

It is a science-backed kibble that utilizes the best of our understanding of how dogs to digest, absorb and utilize nutrients to deliver a highly digestible, nutritionally balanced meal that can support your dog’s health and vitality.

What are the ingredients of open nature dog food?

  • Beef — (pork) (min. 35% of the dry matter)
  • Potatoes — (min. 40%)
  • Lamb — (min. 15% of the dry matter)
  • Chicken — (min. 25% of the dry matter)
  • Carrots — (min. 5%)*
  • Vegetables/fruits — (min 20%)
  • Mung beans, oats, and millet – for slower-release carbohydrates and fiber*.
  • Animal fat — (min. 2%) (approximately 2% of the dry matter)
  • Bone meal — (min. 2%) (approximately 2% of the dry matter)
  • Bone and bone meal — for the nutrition and amino acids in the diet*.
  • Mixed with grains – for slow-release carbohydrates and fiber*.
  • Contains live yogurt cultures and probiotics – to support digestive health*.
  • Contains organic dried egg shell shells, organic sea salt, and organic kelp *
  • Other ingredients: soybean oil, natural flavors, unspecified lactic acid bacteria culture, and other vitamins.

How much is open nature dog food?

The range of retail prices for Open Nature dog food depends on the concentration of proteins. The average price for the Open Nature brand is between $3.00 – $4.00 per pound (roughly equivalent to $2.67 to $3.47 per pound domestically).

What flavors is it available in?

The product is currently available in the following flavors: Aged Beef Tripe, Puppy Formula, and Salmon & Peas. Additional flavors are being added as we speak.

Is it safe for dogs?

Yes. The formula contains no artificial colors, preservatives, or flavors. The product uses USDA-approved ingredients grown in North America and is healthy for dogs and humans.

Open Nature Dog Food
Open Nature Dog Food

Why should I feed my dog an open nature dog food?

Because the ingredients in Open Nature dog food are the same as what we eat, it’s easy to get our dogs to accept that new way of feeding.

Because it’s human food, Open Nature is more palatable for dogs with kibble issues: constipation and diarrhea because it’s easier to digest.

Where can I buy open nature dog food?

The product is sold through distributors, pet stores, and online retailers in the United States, Canada, and Mexico if you want to order more than five pounds.

How do I place a wholesale order?

To place a wholesale order, please get in touch with a distributor in your area. This can be done by phone or email.

You can also request an application from the website. We only work with distributors who sell their products to pet stores and retailers.

How long will a bag of open nature dog food last?

An Open Nature dog food bag can be used for four meals. We recommend refrigerating open nature dog food after it reaches room temperature.

What is the nutritional content of open nature dog food?

The nutritional content depends on the variety and how much you feed your dog. Please refer to our recipes section on the website for details and choose a recipe that best suits your needs.

How do I store open nature dog food?

If you’ve opened the bag, you can keep it in the pantry in a dry place with an airtight container. Otherwise, we suggest you put it in the refrigerator. It should last for one week to two weeks after opening.

Do I need to refrigerate open nature dog food?

Once the bag has been opened and is at room temperature, it can be kept in the pantry. However, please always keep it refrigerated. After it’s been refrigerated, it can last for about one week.

What’s the best way to store it?

1. Place open nature dog food in an airtight container (we recommend a plastic bag or glass jar). Seal tightly. Refrigerate after opening.

2. If it’s been refrigerated, place it back in the pantry. It should last for about one week after that and if stored under the pantry’s temperature for about two weeks.

3. Please keep it in the pantry if it’s been opened and at room temperature. It should last for up to four weeks.

4. If it’s been opened and in the pantry, please keep it on the side of the shelf. The product is not very stable in that environment for longer than that. It’s best to store it in an airtight container.

5. If your dog doesn’t finish the food, put it back in the container. Refrigerate and use within the next week.

How long will open nature dog food stay fresh?

Open Nature dog food ingredients are organic, natural, and free of preservatives. We recommend refrigerating open nature dog food after it has been opened and around the time you plan to serve it next.

Conclusion

Open Nature dog food is an all-natural, high-quality product safe for dogs, humans, and the environment. It comes in a wide variety of varieties, varies in price and taste according to its concentration of protein, and it can be fed to dogs of all ages.

We invite you to try this dog food in your home today, and we look forward to seeing you on the Open Nature website soon!

The Open Nature Dog Food Company is a privately held company located in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

I appreciate your interest in our dog food and your support. We hope you can join us in the movement to make Open Nature products more accessible to people and pets worldwide!

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