Orijen Senior dog food is a special diet that provides more calories from protein and fat rather than from carbohydrates. This helps to maintain a healthy weight for your senior pet. This dry food formula contains a Biologically Appropriate protein level of 38% to promote lean muscle mass.
This food is packed with 85% meat inclusions from six different sources. This includes free-run poultry, wild-caught fish and nest-laid eggs. Orijen's award-winning kitchens produce nutrient-dense WholePrey ratios to provide your pet with all the necessary nutrients, naturally. Zinc is the only added supplement.
Food Type : Dry dog food
Specially made for senior dogs
85% meat inclusions, 15% botanicals
0% grains, potato, tapioca
Flounder, Atlantic Mackerel and Herring
2/3rd of the meat inclusions are fresh or frozen without preservatives
1/3rd of the meat are dehydrated without preservatives
Nutrient-dense WholePrey Ratios
Freeze-dried chicken and turkey liver makes this meal palatable
Formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Dog Food Nutrient Profiles
Made in Canada
Consult a vet before altering your pet's diet
Always have fresh water available for your pet
Never feed above recommended quantities unless prescribed by a vet
*Orijen's Biologically AppropriatePhilosophy-Our pet dog and cat companions are descendants of wild wolves and big cats. Anatomically, they continue to have features that are designed for a meat-based diet. It is to suit these biological needs that Orijen's food recipes have a large meat protein content. This diet takes into consideration three key points -
Nutrient-dense WholePrey ratios - so all nutrients are supplied naturally through the meat inclusions
Regionally sourced meats that are prepared in-house to control quality and freshness
Variety of meats, naturally reared to provide ample nutrition
HUFT Tip: Senior dogs need extra care as they age because their bones get weaker. They need to be fed low calorie diets to prevent any unnecessary weight that will add stress to their joints and bones.
Feeding requirements will vary based on your pet's level of activity, environment and age.