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ORIJEN Freeze Dried Regional Red Dog Treat
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- Made in the USA
- For all dogs
- Delicious and nutritious
- Gently freeze-dried
- Made with 100% pure meat
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ORIJEN Freeze-Dried Regional Red Dog Treat ORIJEN Freeze-Dried Regional Red Dog Treat is a delicious and nutritious treat with natural flavors that your dog will love. Fresh meats are the foundation, and are delivered fresh (refrigerated, without preservatives) or raw (flash-frozen, without preservatives) then gently freeze-dried without cooking or preservatives, to lock in natural, delicious goodness for a pure and tasty treat. Nutrient dense WholePrey ratios of fresh meats, organs, and cartilage provide a concentrated and natural source of virtually every nutrient your dog needs to thrive. Features: Made in the USA For all dogs Delicious and nutritious Gently freeze-dried Made with 100% pure meat Item Specifications: Flavor: Angus Beef, Wild Boar, Boer Goat and Romney Lamb Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein (min.): 40% Crude Fat (min.): 40% Crude Fiber (max.): 1% Moisture (max.): 5% Calories: 5 kcal/treat Ingredients: Beef liver, wild boar liver, goat liver, lamb liver, beef, wild boar, goat, lamb, beef tripe, lamb tripe, mixed tocopherols (natural preservative)
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My only other note is that they are a weird freeze-dried texture. The treats are extremely light weight, which was a little weird at first because all of her other treats are pretty solid and heavy. But I think the way they process these treats makes them retain more nutrition that way. Also they are not a uniform shape, so you know they aren't mass produced. They are expensive compared to other treats, but I always feel that investing in a dog's food and treats is the most important thing you can do for his or her health. We had a bulldog before Lola who lived to be just two weeks shy of her 12th birthday, which is really old for a bully. I attribute that to always giving her great quality food and treats.
As an added bonus they are fun to throw in the air for your dog to catch - she catches these treats more often because they are so light, it gives her a fraction of a second longer for it to drop down, so she catches these more often!