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Orijen Dog Food Review

We wagged our tails with excitement when none other than world famous, Mr. Chewy asked us to take part in another review.  This time we were offered a bag of Orijen Dog Food if we'd give our opinion of the product.

You guys know how I am with food - bring it on!!  WHOOP WHOOP!  I had no problem agreeing to test it.


When it arrived at our house - promptly two days after being ordered (props to Mr. Chewy for his swiftness), I was eager to check it out.  Mom debated on which of us dogs to use as a test subject.  Can you imagine such a silly thing??  I quickly worked my wiles and convinced her that the only logical choice was ME... after all, I'm young and healthy.  I mean if the food was really that much better, what could it do to improve the health of a buff, young stud such as myself???

I trembled with enthusiasm as my bowl was prepared.  The aroma was to die for.  I quickly scarfed down my serving and did not hesitate to ask for more - which the humans denied... sheesh.

The five pound bag only lasted me about as many days.  Mom says she doesn't feel like it was enough time to truly reveal the true worth of the food, but the most evident difference she could tell when I ate it was in my appearance.  She says my coat glowed like angels wings.

I give it four paws up for taste and will add a tail up for the shine it provided my coat... I mean, come on, the girls were swooning.  Mom says the only downside to Orijen is the price.  Perhaps if I was an only child..urgh dog.. we'd be able to swing it.  But feeding the masses that we provide for, it is not a logical long term option for our family.

Thanks to Mr. Chewy for allowing us to pawticipate.  We love, love, love trying new things!!





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  1. Hi, I'm so glad you did this review cause when we get the new pup we will want good quality food for him. Happy paws to you today.
    Noreen

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  2. That food sounds interesting. Love that Mr. Chewy
    Benny & Lily

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  3. Sounds interesting, but it is an expensive food which is too bad.

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  4. We use a similar food from "Taste of the Wild." The girls seem so healthy on it we wouldn't switch. But if we do we know where to go.

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  5. Great review! Sounds like you enjoyed it! :)

    Woofs & hugs, <3

    ~Bailey (Yep, I'm a girl!)

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