Which days do we restock?
We restock every Fridays. Our restock list will be posted on our Instagram (@wildnfreshtreats) the day before the restock day. If we are skipping a restock day, we will also announce it on our Instagram page.
Where are the proteins sourced?
A majority of our products are ethically sourced locally and are USDA certified. Some of our sources include farms, restaurant distributors, butcher shops, etc. Below is a running list of where we source our proteins from:
- Local Farmer's Markets and Grocery Stores
- Blue Ridge Rabbit Meat Co.
- CenSea Inc.
- Happee Dawg
- Joe Jurgielewicz & Son, Ltd.
- Mad Butcher Meat
- Marin Sun Farms
- Mary's Chicken, Duck, Turkey
- Superior Farms
- Pacific American Fish Company
- Pitman Farms
- Raw Feeding Miami
- Trident Seafoods
- White Oak Pastures
What to try if your pet doesn't like the treats in dehydrated form?
We suggest to rehydrate the treat/chew to entice your pet with the stronger aroma. In addition, you can also try breaking the treats into smaller pieces and/or sprinkle it on their meals.
What are the best storage practices?
Most of our treats and chews will do great in a sealed container in a cool, dry place. The ideal room temperature is 70 degrees Fahrenheit. For oilier proteins such as salmon, sardines, smelt, pork, beef kidney, etc., we'd recommend to store them in the fridge or freezer when you receive them. Once they have been stored in the fridge/freezer, make sure to look out for condensation if you decide to leave it out again. Storing them in the fridge/freezer actually adds a bit of moisture back into the treats and chews, increasing the chance of mold growing.
Storing treats and chews in mason jars and/or reusable silicone storage bags is highly encouraged. This way, you are prolonging the shelf life of the treats/chews and also reducing the use of single-use plastic bags.