Orijen Original Dry Dog Food
Orijen Original is a top quality, multi-award winning dog food. In fact, Champion (the manufacturer of Orijen) claim to produce the worlds most award winning pet foods!
Orijen adult recipe dry dog food is a premium, grain free formula loaded with of various protein sources, exactly how nature intended. This biologically appropriate grain free dog food is made with the highest quality deboned chicken, deboned turkey, yellowtail Flounder, whole eggs, whole Atlantic mackerel, and more locally sourced meats, fruits and vegetables that makes this food the tastiest and healthiest available (now you can see why it has won so many awards…). Orijen original dry dog food contains 85% poultry, fish and eggs, 15% fruits and vegetables, and 0% grains, potatoes, or plant proteins. Orijen’s adult recipe dry dog food is sustainably farmed, and is so fresh, it’s actually rated for human consumption!
Orijen’s video presentation, compares its ingredients to the dreaded “Brand X”, which mainly comprises of powdered additives/fillers. However, even though “Brand X” is just an extreme, and possibly a fictional example, this still highlights the quality of the ingredients and care that go into producing Orijen Original dog food.
Transitioning to Orijen gradually, is recommended by the manufacturer, as is the case with most pet foods. Start by mixing approximately 25% Orijen to 75% of the old food. Gradually increase the amount of Orijen and decrease the amount of old food, over a 5-7 day period. At the end of this transition, you should be feeding 100% Orijen. Other feeding tips can be found at the orijen.ca/faq/ page.
Notes from the manufacturer:
- With 38% richly nourishing protein and a limited 19% carbohydrates, ORIJEN nourishes dogs of all breeds and life stages according to their evolutionary and biological needs
- Unmatched by any other dog food, 2/3 of ORIJEN meats are FRESH (refrigerated, no preservatives) or RAW (flash-frozen, no preservatives), including the top 10 meat ingredients.
- 1/3 of meats are air dried at 90°C from fresh chicken, turkey and fish to create a concentrated source of richly nourishing protein.
- Nutrient-dense WholePrey™ ratios of fresh meat, organs and cartilage plus whole fish and whole eggs provide a natural source of virtually every nutrient your dog needs.
- Infusions of freeze-dried chicken and turkey liver enhance flavour naturally, making ORIJEN deliciously tasty for the fussiest of dogs.
ONLY 1 SUPPLEMENT — ZINC
In nature there are no synthetic supplements, so dogs and wolves derive their complete nutritional needs naturally by consuming whole animals which contain all of the nutrients they need to thrive. That’s why you won’t find long lists of synthetics in ORIJEN dog foods. Loaded with richly nourishing ratios of fresh poultry, organs and cartilage plus fresh whole fish and whole eggs, ORIJEN provides a natural source of virtually every nutrient your dog needs to thrive.
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