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Can I freeze canned dog food?

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Cha Cha- Bonita

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Barked: Tue Nov 4, '08 3:22pm PST 
After 5 or 6 cans of Natural Balance Fish & Sweet Potato, Cha Cha has decided she doesn't like it anymore. Just turns her nose up and walks away. I even opened a new can this morning in case there was something wrong with the open can. I hate to waste a whole can of food (she is only a 6lb dog, so the can last a week). Can I freeze it?
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Hallie

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Barked: Tue Nov 4, '08 3:57pm PST 
Most of the time I just put mine in a ziploc and put it in the fridge, never frozen it before. I froze a little in a kong and it was okay!
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♠- Mickey- ♠

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Barked: Tue Nov 4, '08 3:59pm PST 
I have frozen canned, and it was just a little dry when I used it again, but it was fine. Of course, take it out of the can!laugh out loud

Kuma

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Barked: Tue Nov 4, '08 7:51pm PST 
I've been taking the food out of the canned, placing them in little Glad containers, and freezing part of the big can. I usually heat up a spoonful for 15 minutes in the microwave before I add kibbles, cottage cheese and salmon oil.
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♠- Mickey- ♠

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Barked: Tue Nov 4, '08 8:04pm PST 
Kuma, are you sure you heat it in the microwave for 15 MINUTES?? or seconds? laugh out loud
Kuma

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Barked: Tue Nov 4, '08 8:09pm PST 
Oh, my... 15 seconds!!! big laugh There is too much going on here... sorry....
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