I prefer to feed raw, but for various reasons, it's not working for this crew. All four dogs need something different. My EXTREMELY picky eater, Mini Aussie, gets a choice of kibble, air dried and freeze dried. I also was getting grain free kibble. Snagged this one by accident and she loves it! Almost always guarantees she's gonna eat a decent meal. Will be sticking with this.
I bought a large bag thinking my miniature poodle would eat this during transition he did but once it was solely kibble he lost interest I have a friend who fed this to their dog I did not find out till afterwards that their dog actually got sick off of this brand
My English Setter is a very picky dog, he seems to like this food, I always use a topper of some type too. The main thing is that I feel good about feeding this brand, it is so important to feed a quality food and like the choice of grains too!
I tried to get my dogs to eat it, no matter if I even wet it or added topping - I just could not get them to eat it !
Great high quality food for a Siberian husky who is picky. I rotate between the flavors.
My dog likes this food. She usually eats it as soon as I put it down, which she has not done with all food in the past.
I normally rotate through another brands flavors, and not that Luna doesn't like it, I just like giving her a variety and decided to try Orijen Amazing Grains. She really liked it. We went through this bag in half the time that the other brand would last. What I question is the amount of salt or sodium in the product. After eating her meal (maybe 2 cups pf this food), Luna would drink a whole bowl of water afterward (about 3-4 cups).
My dog seemed excited when I brought this inside she loved the taste, but it gave her gas, she farted all the time and looked so bloated.
My dog seemed to like the 1st bag but it’s been a struggle with the 2nd and especially the 3rd bag. I’ll likely have to switch him. Also, I was hoping these ingredients would help with the yeast build up (ears) but it’s an ongoing battle.
My dogs love the taste of this food, and I slowly switched them over. Once I got over 50% orijen, they started getting loose stool. At 75% it became diarrhea. I thought that they just needed to adjust. After a few more days, I decided I needed to switch back. I did a lot more research and learned that orijen adds a lot more filler than they used to, to their foods. Like I said, I slowly switched them over starting at 10% for 3-4 days, then going to 25,40,75 percent. The whole process took me 3-4 weeks, and they just didn’t adjust.