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Monday, June 24, 2013

Review - Orijen Black Angus Dog Treats

Disclaimer: Financial compensation was not received for this post. A sample product was gifted from Chewy.com. Opinions expressed here are my own.


The furkids and I received some nom-tastic treats from Chewy.com the other day to review. I barely had a chance to open the box and get the bag out when the kids went berserk. We received a bag of Black Angus beef singles freeze-dried dog treats by Orijen.




Orijen includes more fresh meat than any other dry pet food brand. These treats are made with all-natural, premium Angus beef and freeze-dried to give dogs a fresh and tasty snack. Each treat has 6 calories and is loaded with muscle-building protein. They are preservative-free, grain-free & since they are freeze-dried they maintain maximum nutritional value. What I love the most about these treats is that they're not hard and I can break them in half for the smallest of my furkids. These are also great for training.

The kids really love these treats, I have a feeling we'll be purchasing some in the near future. :)

Orijen sells a variety of these treats ranging from $7.99 - $12.99 - Original, Beef Angus, Free Range Bison, Brome Lake Duck, Ranch Raised Lamb, Tundra, Regional, and Alberta Wild Boar.


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