Keeping dog food dry

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Re: Keeping dog food dry

Post by SkaredShtles » Tue Jan 12, 2021 5:31 pm

To be honest, I think you'd be fine with Ziploc freezer bags - the thick-ish ones with the double closure... they're pretty bomber as long as they don't get punctured.
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Re: Keeping dog food dry

Post by ker0uac » Wed Jan 13, 2021 11:40 am

I am gonna use this thread for a off-topic, but dog related PSA ... ts-1561092

Same thing happened in October with a different manufacturer: ... in-1529656

I often buy dog toys and other non-food supplies at discount stores like TJMAxx and have often found expired treats from unknown brands being sold there.
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Re: Keeping dog food dry

Post by jbealer » Wed Jan 13, 2021 3:43 pm

I LOVE the RW Palisades pack, my one is at least 8yrs old and has wear and tear but still great, they have redesigned the pack release since and i do not know how well that is vs the buckles but great company gear. I keep the dogs food (kibble) in plastic containers for day hikes and use freeze dried food for backpacking, lighter weight for the dogs, but i again keep it in the heavy duty ziplock bags. the compactor trash bag is a great suggestion, i use one in my backpacking bag! ... 8.jpg?dl=0
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