Orijen 6 Fish is a top rated, premium dry dog food that is composed of six major fish proteins, fresh vegetables and fresh fruit.
Orijen intends to create a balanced blend of protein, fiber and fats that would naturally occur in a dog's diet. All of Orijen's foods are grain-free which means they do not contain corn, soy or wheat fillers. This Orijen 6 Fish dog food is suitable for all breeds, sizes and ages of dogs.
The lean and healthy protein source of this formula is six different types of salmon, herring and flounder, which means that dogs will get a variety of nutrients from each type of fish. Fatty acids that dogs need for healthy skin and coats is also included within this superb and delicious dog food, and botanicals selected by vegetarians are included to satisfy a dog's innate urge to forage. These wonderful ingredients include marigold flowers and juniper berries. Antioxidants within this premium dog food will also boost a dog's immune system. This dog food contains no artificial ingredients, is naturally preserved and will help a dog live a healthy and happy life.
Contains six separate types of healthy fish protein
Juniper berries and marigold flowers satisfy a dog's need to forage
Contains all the vitamins, minerals and antioxidants necessary for a healthy canine
Can be fed to dogs of all breeds and in all stages of life
Please Note:All food is shipped via ground delivery, only to the Contiguous (48) States. Please allow 7 to 10 days for your delivery to arrive. (More Info)
Serving Instructions: Each dog is unique and feeding amounts will vary with age and activity. Please use the chart on the side of the package as an initial guide and adjust amounts accordingly. Feed twice daily and always provide your dog with fresh, clean water.
For puppies 1 and a half months to 3 months of age, feed twice adult amount. For puppies 3 months to 6 months of age, feed 1 and a half times the adult amount. And for 6-11 months feed 1 and one quarter times the adult amount. Gestation: Increase by 25%-50%. Lactation: Feed 'Free Choice."