Unfortunately, my dad suffered a transient ischemic attack Thursday (3/3/16) and had to be rushed to the emergency department and then admitted for the night. We thought we would have to have our pet sitter feed our animals. So, after we left him because they were conducting tests. I headed to one of our local specialty pet stores. I tried to figure out something that would be fast and easy for out pet sitter that Linc would hopefully eat. I grabbed two 6 ounce bags of Orijen's Biologically Appropriate Freeze Dried Dog Food in their chicken flavor.
Obviously he enjoyed it. This for me is not a sustainable diet due to cost, but could be very useful for:
- If I have to move, this will definitely help during that time I
- If I am traveling
- If I forgot to take something out the night before to thaw.
- Feed you kibble, but want to try raw
- Have a small animal where this would financially work out fine
I would suggest this as an add on for a fresh raw diet or to add to a kibble diet once or twice a week to add the benefits of raw.
FRESH REGIONAL INGREDIENTS
* FRESH AND PRESERVATIVE-FREE
SUPPLEMENTSZinc proteinate, iron proteinate, copper proteinate, manganese proteinate.
Orijen is a high quality freeze dried food that is available through various sources. It is produced in Canada. I am in no way connected to the company. This review is voluntary.