Orijen Regional Red is a new dog food by the brand Orijen.
nbsp; Orijen is a brand renowned for its premium dog and cat foods, which concentrate on high quality proteins, vegetables, fruits and grasses to provide a balanced and nutritious diet that is very similar to what they would eat in the wild. Regional Red is a special blend of Orijen's premium brand that focuses on nutritious and wholesome red meats.
This superb dog food is packed with delicious nutrition that is derived from red meat sources and free from antibiotics or hormones. Wild boar, lamb, beef, bison and pork are all featured substantially in Orijen Regional Red dog food, which rounds out its protein base with fresh, wild caught fish. Fatty acids included within this dog food will help your dog get a luxurious and beautiful coat, and encourage skin health. The antioxidants provided by the vegetables and fruit in this blend will boost your dog's immune system while natural grasses will aid in his or her digestion. Sea vegetables, juniper berries and other similar plants satisfy a dog's natural urge to graze, as dogs are naturally omnivorous with a high emphasis on proteins.
High quality red meat sources: wild boar, beef, bison, lamb, pork and much more
Includes absolutely everything that any dog needs to thrive
Contains no fillers, chemical additives, hormones or antibiotics
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."