Thursday, May 29, 2014

Orijen Pet Foods: Freeze Dried Dog Treats #Review from Chewy.com



Champion Petfoods is Canada’s award-­winning pet food maker. Located in the heart of Alberta’s prairies, Champion Petfoods got their start back in 1985 and has achieved trust with consumers through their authentic products.  
 
Orijen is made by Champion Petfoods and is produced using only the freshest regional ingredients. Their foods are perfectly matched to the digestive systems of both dogs and cats. Orijen brings peace of mind to owners by promoting peak health of their pets in addition to containing natural flavors that their pets crave. 
Active dogs and cats require a meat-­‐based diet, rich in animal protein and fat.Champion Petfoods uses free-­‐run poultry,wild-­‐caughtfish, and free-­‐range red meats for Orijen to provide pets with the best nourishment. Coupled withthese fresh meats, Orijen also containsfruitsand vegetables, health-­‐boosting herbs, and balanced mineral content for the healthiest meal pets can get. Furthermore, Orijen is grain-­free for more controlled blood sugar levels and excludes ineffective nutrients from plant oils as compared to other brands.  
Champion Petfoods closely works with local farmers, fishermen, food processing innovators, and the scientific community to produce the highest quality products. Arriving fresh from the region each day, the meat is never frozen and never exposed to heat or chemicals. The harvested fruits and vegetables are ripe with vitamins, enzymes, and antioxidants. Lastly, the natural herbs help strengthen organs and tissues while also supporting the digestion process of pets. 
All these fresh ingredients are processed under the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s highest food safety standard, insuring peak health for pets. Even the ingredient suppliers are approved by the United States Department of Agriculture. 
Champion Petfoods is proud to stand apart as an independent an authentic pet food manufacturer, using only the freshest ingredients and no preservatives. They focus on being truthful, responsible, and innovative. Their prized products are never produced or packaged in any other facility.The minds behind Champion Petfoods always keep their personal cherished pets in consideration when making Orijen. 
Orijen is proud to now offer single-­source dog treats! Just like all of their foods, these treats are biologically appropriate, made with fresh regional ingredients, 100% pure meat, grain-­‐free, an amazing 5-­7 calories per treat and they come in 5 great flavors. With flavors like Alberta Wild Boar, Brome Lake Duck, Black Angus Beef, Free Range Bison and Ranch Raised Lamb how could any dog resist!   
They've also created 3 formula-­matched treats to accompany Orijen dog foods. These come in Original, Regional Red and Tundra flavor.
 
Chewy.com is proud to carry the entire line of Orijen products!


Chewy sent the Chi's a bag of Orijen's Original Dog Treats this month which are made from cage free chicken, turkey, eggs, and wild-caught flounder. Orijen offers an amazing line of pet foods for both dogs and cats, and I was thrilled to be able to try out this bag of treats with Venus and Ocean. Our family not only has a soft spot in our hearts for the great products and trustworthiness that Orijen offers, but both Venus and Ocean are particularly partial to freeze dried treats.




The size of the treats are perfect. I've never seen Ocean devour treats like she did these, she's just so picky! She literally grab as many as she could in her mouth from my hand and ran off. Venus gives them four paws up!

You can purchase these treats, and other products from Orijen on Chewy.com. You can connect with Chewy on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Google Plus; as well as Orijen on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

Disclaimer: Baby and the Chi's blog received the product(s) mentioned in this post for the purpose of review and evaluation. Baby and the Chi's is not responsible for prize delivery. No monetary compensation was received for this post. This blog contains affiliate links.

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