Orijen Wild Boar Singles Freeze Dried Dog Treats are made with a single meat ingredient, Orijen Alberta Wild Boar Singles Freeze-Dried Dog Treats provide a simple and pure way to reward and nourish your dog with the natural taste he loves. Delivered fresh from Canadian regions, these unique treats are loaded with 100% pure and natural ranch-raised Alberta wild boar that’s gently freeze-dried to keep your cherished dog healthy, happy and strong. Plus, they’re made without cooking or preservatives so you can feel good about treating your dog.
- Single-source treats
- Made from 100% meat and nothing else!
- Freeze-dried to lock in flavor and nutrition
- Guaranteed analysis to mirror Mother Nature
- Low calorie and carbohydrate free
- Approximately 50 treats per 2-oz bag and 85 treats per 3.5-oz bag
MEAT AND PROTEIN RICH
Made with 100% wild boar meat ORIJEN treats feature a Biologically Appropriate protein content of 50%.
Your dog’s natural diet contains few carbohydrates, so why include them in his treats? That’s why we make ORIJEN treats free of any grains or carbohydrates – just the goodness and taste of pure and natural wild boar.
Crude Protein (min.) 45%
Crude Fat (min.) 35%
Crude Fiber (max.) 1%
Moisture (max.) 2%
These Wild Boar treats are carbohydrate free and have a calorie distribution of 45% of energy from protein, 55% from fat, with 0% of energy from carbs; according to their site.
Orijen is owned by Champion. The Champion company only manufacturers their food brands, never anyone else’s, nor do they allow their foods to be made anywhere else, I found this to be great reassurance about their products in general.
Our dogs gobbled these up and I felt good feeding them. I’d recommend these treats to other people concerned about what passes their pooches lips.
Received from Chewy.com in return for honest review, no compensation other than the product was given.
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Mafalda, can you please elaborate on what you do not agree with? It looks to me that both sites offered positive reviews.