Rated 5 out of 5 by Joanz Lele's favorite!
My dog loves this food. I have tried other dehydrated but like the way Orijen process to dehydrate better than Stella and Chewys. I add Orijen kibble to it as well. I think all dogs would love this. Price point may be high for multiple dog families or large dogs. My dog is 12 lbs so she gets a patty in am and pm.
December 11, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by AnnieLi Our dogs love it!
We have just transitioned to this over the last two weeks. We are mixing it with the Earthborn Chicken Cassarole. "Chow chow" has never generated more enthusiasm! So far no digestive problems.
December 14, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Britty4259 My dog went nuts for this!
Incredibly amazing ingredients that I can read and understand. This is the first time I've tried the freeze dried wafers that you add water to, and every time I grab for the bag my pup sees it and starts jumping up all over the place and wagging his tail in excitement. I've not gotten this intense of a reaction from him for meals! He absolutely LOVES it. We also break little pieces off to use as treats throughout the day. I usually break up small chunks of the wafers and mix it with his other kibbles that are previously pre-soaked for a few hours then I add hot water and let it sit a couple minutes and it ends up being a warm delicious meal! We use Orijen -six fish, Regional Red, & the Adult Dog kibble. He loves them all , and we like the variety he gets to eat different each meal. I'll continue ordering the freeze dried food!!
October 22, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Savannah1 Picky eater
I have a 6 month old Wheaten Terrier. She has always been a picky eater and turns her nose up at most dog food -- especially anything from the grocery store. Wheaten FB pages told me about the Orijen brand and all about raw diets. This is the only brand of food of food I feed her. She eats it and nothing has upset her sensitive Wheatie stomach. Wheatens can be very stubborn about eating! She eats.
November 29, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lila dogs lick their bowls clean!
I have 2 malshi's 6 months old. I have tried several foods and done alot of research. My puppies are very picky I have to admit, I wanted them to like this food because it's so highly rated. I started a few months ago with the puppy. They liked it, just recently switched to the freeze dried OMG!!! They wait by my feet to be fed and don't look up from their bowls until the food is gone. I like that there are several flavors to switch from. They're both 9lbs so i give them 1 wafer and 1 half 2x day. I also mix in a small amount of the kibble. This is great dog food. The only negative, it's pricey
November 19, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by LittleZees Very nice and firm
I supplement my puppy's kibble with freeze dried raw. I switch between Orijen and others, and what I really like about Orijen freeze dried patties is that they are firm- they are not as crumbly. This makes them really awesome to use as training treats (earn your dinner!) and just to break apart and measure. My girl is in love with these. I definitely recommend them if you can afford the price.
November 8, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Baxter Product completely changed!
I stated in another review saying that the biscuit has changed dramatically. Before you could feel the them being soft and moist as you crumple them into little pieces. You can even see the freshness in the coloring. All Orijen Freeze dry products are now extra hard, looking stale, feels like paper. I would recommend it but after changing factory to America, the product has gone down in my opinion. What happen to you guys?
October 31, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by None Disappointed
We have four dogs that love the Tundra, but for some reason my two picky eaters won't eat this (Regional Red). I am so disappointed as I know this is good stuff for them and I want them to like it! I noticed these parties are harder to break up compared to the Tundra and they have a funny smell. I tried dehydrating the patties with warm water and that didn't work. I tried broth and that got one of the picky eaters to eat it, but the pickiest eater of all still won't eat it! I know it's the dog and not the food! Lol
October 4, 2016