Orijen Regional Red Grain-Free Dry Dog Food

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Formulated to match your dog's natural diet, Orijen Grain-Free Regional Red food is loaded with the protein-packed meat ingredients that Mother Nature intended all dogs to eat. Each bag includes Angus Beef, Wild Boar, Boer Goat, Romney Lamb, Yorkshire Pork & Wild Mackerel and regional fruits and vegetables. These world-class ingredients are all sustainably farmed or fished within the US and arrive FRESH each day, so they're preservative-free, never frozen and loaded with the animal proteins and fats that nourish your dog completely. Orijen benefits dogs of every breed, size and life stage.

Key Benefits

  • Ingredients are all sustainably farmed or fished regionally and arrive fresh or raw each day, so they're free of preservatives and loaded with the animal proteins and fats that nourish your puppy completely
  • Brimming with 38% richly nourishing protein and limited to 20% low-glycemic carbohydrates to nourish all dogs according to their evolutionary and biological needs
  • Includes nutrient-dense WholePrey™ ratios of fresh meats (including muscle meat, organs, and cartilage) provide virtually every nutrient your dog needs to thrive – only zinc is added
  • Infused with marine-source DHA and EPA Omega-3 Fatty Acids to support peak skin and coat conditioning
  • Veterinarian-selected botanicals help support metabolism, strengthen organs and cleanse the body of toxins

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NOTE: During packaging, Orijen's air evacuation process draws excess air from the bags prior to sealing. Depending on certain variables, some packages will appear vacuumed and others not. Rest assured the food in each bag will be equally fresh!

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  • Item Number
  • Breed Size
    All Breeds, Small, Medium, Large
  • Food Form
    Dry Food
  • Lifestage
    Adult, All Stages
  • Made in
    United States
  • Special Diet
    GMO-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Low Glycemic, Grain-Free, Gluten Free

Nutritional Info


  1. Deboned Beef, Deboned Wild Boar, Deboned Goat, Deboned Lamb, Lamb Liver, Beef Liver, Beef Tripe, Wild Boar Liver, Deboned Mutton, Beef Heart, Whole Atlantic Mackerel, Deboned Pork, Goat Meal, Wild Boar Meal, Lamb Meal, Mackerel Meal, Whole Green Peas, Whole Red Lentils, Whole Pinto Beans, Beef Kidney, Pork Liver, Herring Meal, Whole Chickpeas, Whole Green Lentils, Whole Navy Beans, Beef Meal, Whole Yellow Peas, Lentil fiber, Natural Pork flavor, Pork Kidney, Beef Fat, Herring Oil, Mutton Meal, Lamb Tripe, Wild Boar Heart, Whole Pumpkin, Whole Butternut Squash, Kale, Spinach, Mustard Greens, Collard Greens, Turnip Greens, Whole Carrots, Whole Apples, Whole Pears, Dried Kelp, Freeze-Dried Beef Liver, Freeze-Dried Beef Tripe, Freeze-Dried Lamb Liver, Freeze-Dried Lamb Tripe, Pumpkin Seeds, Sunflower Seeds, Zinc Proteinate, Mixed Tocopherols (Preservative), Chicory Root, Turmeric, Sarsaparilla Root, Althea Root, Rosehips, Juniper Berries, Dried Lactobacillus Acidophilus Fermentation Product, Dried Bifidobacterium Animalis Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus Casei Fermentation Product.

Caloric Content

  1. 3,940 kcal/kg, 449 kcal/cup
Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 38.0% min
Crude Fat 18.0% min
Crude Fiber 4.0% max
Moisture 12.0% max
Calcium 1.9% min
Phosphorus 1.4% min
Omega 6 Fatty Acids 2.0% min
Omega 3 Fatty Acids 1.0% min
Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) 0.4% min
Eicosapentaenoic Acid (EPA) 0.2% min
Glucosamine 900 mg/kg min
Chondroitin Sulfate 400 mg/kg min

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Biologically Appropriate Commitment

Dogs and cats are built like their ancestors, and that's why all of Orijen's recipes are based on five biologically appropriate principles. They start with a variety of unmatched fresh meat inclusions that are rich in protein. Orijen includes whole prey ratios that naturally provide the nutrients your dog needs. Carbs are limited, but there are plenty of fresh fruits, vegetables and cleansing botanicals.

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Whole Prey Foods

In the wild, dogs consume the whole animal to meet their full dietary needs, so Orijen recipes incorporate three whole prey elements in specific ratios.

  • Meat (70−85%) High meat inclusion means all amino acids are provided in natural form, without any synthetic supplements.
  • Edible Bone (5−10%) Bone, marrow and cartilage provide calcium, phosphorus, glucosamine and chondroitin without any artificial additives.
  • Organ Meat (10−15%) Fresh liver and tripe are richly nourishing sources of vitamins and minerals, including iron, zinc, and vitamins A, B and D.

Quality, Sustainable Ingredients

Orijen believes you have a right to know where the ingredients in your dog's food come from. From nest-laid eggs and wild northern pike to juicy orchard-grown apples and crisp garden greens, each ingredient is sourced from local producers they know and trust.

Fresh, Whole Food Ingredients

Orijen uses fresh, regional ingredients that are GMO-free and sustainably and ethically produced.



Supplies soluble fiber, soothes and nourishes the digestive tract, cleanses the colon, and reduces insulin levels.



Rich in antioxidants and help support a strong immune system and healthy urinary tract.



Support digestion and provide protective antioxidants that defend the kidney against chronic damage.



Loaded with healthy fiber and a natural source of vitamins, including B6 for immune support.

About Orijen

Orijen products are created by Champion Petfoods, an award-winning pet food maker whose mission is to make biologically appropriate dog and cat foods from fresh regional ingredients. The ingredients used in Orijen recipes are sustainably raised or caught in Canada by local ranchers, farmers and fishermen.

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Customer Reviews

Orijen Regional Red Grain-Free Dry Dog Food is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 648.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Canadian vs U.S. Regional Red I bought the 5 lb bag of Original Regional Red to try with our mini Aussies; one of them has severe itching issues with her ears, snout, etc. Based on all the good reviews, Orijen seemed like the next best thing to try, but also according to reviews, stick to the Canadian manufactured food. Regional Red and Six Fish are the only two that I could get out of Canada.... well, now just a few weeks later, I see that the 28.6 lb bag of Regional Red is no longer available out of Canada, and I'm being converted to the 25 lb bag out of the U.S. Have you compared the ingredient list -- Canada vs U.S?? Not even close to being the same dog food. I am beyond disappointed that Americans do not have the option to purchase the Canadian manufactured Orijen. At this point, I'm beginning to believe that American dog foods are the problem for many dogs. I will not be buying the American version of Orijen Regional Red for my dogs.
Date published: 2017-02-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Thumbs-up for the US version from both dog & owner We recently completed transitioning our dog from the Canadian version of Regional Red to the new US version. We did it slowly, 1/4 cup per week, as we would with any new food. No problems whatsoever, she's just as enthusiastic about it as ever and there were no digestive difficulties. Yes, the ingredients list is different--that's because Orijen is committed to sourcing LOCAL free-range/hormone-free/antibiotic-free meats, and obviously the options are going to be slightly different in Kentucky vs. Alberta. They list their suppliers on their US site, just like they do on their Canadian one. The macronutrient profile remains the same--39% protein, 42% fat, and 19% carbs by percentage of calories, a great profile for any kibble. The percentage of meat vs. plant ingredients (no grains, no processed plant protein concentrates) remains the same as well. All in all, very pleased to have a more locally produced version, with the same high nutritional quality and commitment to sustainably produced ingredients that attracted us to their products in the first place.
Date published: 2017-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Never Knew What They Were Missing Changed my dogs over to Orijen from another high quality food because the other food went bad due to packaging. They also had recalls in the past. Really felt as though I needed to find a new food. Needed a food without chicken due to an intolerance by one of my dogs. Since my two dobermans have started on Orijen Regional and Six Fishes I have noticed some big changes in them. Please keep in mind that they were already eating a premium dog food. There coats have changed texture and are sooo shiny. They were beautiful before but now OMG. One dog has a rough nose, but I can see it smoothing out. They no longer look for droppings when they run in the woods. The price is deceiving because you feed less. I am feeding 2 active Dobermans 1 is 100 Lb and the other is 80 Lb. A 28 Lb bag lasts 15 days. Also Orijen customer service will take the time to find the right food for your dog.They take the time to answer all questions.
Date published: 2016-11-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I am very disappointed that this formula was changed, my dogs recognize the difference!!!!! I am very disappointed that this formula was changed and we no longer receive the product from Canada/ my dogs recognize the difference!!!
Date published: 2017-02-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Made the switch to Orijen for both of our dogs. We have had our Lab on Six Fish Orijen for 4 years now and he loves it. His coat is shiny, health is great in every way and his weight is in the low 90's and our vet is very happy with that. For eight years our Vizsla has been eating another brand of premium kibble. We decided to begin feeding both of our dogs Orijen and switch the Vizsla's food. I wanted to keep the meat sources basically the same as his old food so I got a small bag of the Regional Red to try. The Vizsla loves the Regional Red and he also likes the Six Fish (he is crazy about salmon). I have noticed that the vizsla's stools are more compact with the Orijen than they were with his old food, which was to result in more compact stools also. Since the vizsla just turned 9, I purchased a small bag of the Senior Orijen but I did not like the dry appearance of the kibble. As long as his vitality (he's very active) and weight are good we are sticking with Orijen.
Date published: 2017-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best kibble on the planet! :) All three of my Shar-Pei absolutely love this food! I have tried other dog foods, both kibble and dehydrated and they do best on Orijen. They're favorite flavor is the Tundra Kibble, which Chewy.com, apparently, does not carry. However, a local, all natural pet store orders it for me all the time. It costs around $115 per 25lbs. but it's still overall cheaper than feeding premium brands of dog foods because my dogs do not eat nearly as much as they did when on those foods. The biggest benefit to feeding Orijen to my dogs is that they have fewer visits to the vet, they have absolutely amazing coats (Rocky is an electric blue, Vader is a Sable Black, and Sasha is a Lilac), and they absolutely go crazy over this food! I have never seen dogs love kibble like this before and I've had dogs my whole life :) I usually feed Tundra and Regional Red. From time to time I will mix it up with adding Six Fish or mixing it with Acana Duck. I also only use Orijen dog treats, as they will literally do anything for these treats. My wife and I both have tried the very most expensive dog foods in the past (i.e., ZiwiPeak) and they do not compare to Orijen. If Orijen is a little too much, my second choice would be Acana - its Champion Foods other brand of food. Only difference is that Acana adds a little more of carbs than Orijen. Overall, you cannot go wrong with Orijen (or Acana) in my opinion. If you love your dogs, like my wife and I do (they're are kids), then Orijen brand is the way to go! Hope this helps - sorry about the length of post. BTW, we've been feeding Orijen since day one and we have had absolutely zero skin issues with our Shar-Pei :) Take Care and Merry Christmas! Justin
Date published: 2016-12-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not a fan of the new formula I tried switching over to the regional red after the original formula changed. Just as I feared, my dog wouldn't touch it. He loved the Canadian formula, but hates the US version. Poor guy would rather starve then eat it. I eventually had to add chicken broth for him to eat it. Such a shame they changed kitchens because I really loved the brand.
Date published: 2017-02-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Why juniper berries? girlTornado and others, what dog food are u switching to? Thank you for the heads up about the ingredients. I'm not happy with the new Orijen having juniper berries. They are ok for urinary and digestive health but not recommended for long term use for dogs. Also, "new" Orijen Regional Red seems to have dropped yams and Vitamin D.
Date published: 2017-02-13
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