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Orijen Regional Red Freeze Dried Dog Food

  • Dry » 170g Bag £13.99
  • Dry » 454g Bag £32.99

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Orijen Freeze Dried Tundra contains a selection of meat including Angus beef, wild boar, lamb, heritage pork and bison. This meat content includes the nutritious liver, tripe, marrow and cartilage which would be present in a wild diet, which avoids the need for extra synthetic ingredients to be added. There is also a small amount of fruit, berries and grass which, when combined with the meat content, is freeze-dried to lock in all the taste and goodness of the high quality ingredients.

Feeding guidelines

For your dog to enjoy Orijen’s amazing fresh food flavors to the fullest, rehydrate Orijen freeze dried foods by adding 1/4 cup (4 tbsp.) (60ml) of warm water per medallion, wait 3-6 minutes and serve.


  • Puppies - up to 50% grown feed twice adult amount, 50-75% grown feed 1½ times the adult amount, and 75-100% grown feed 1¼ times the adult amount.
  • Gestation - add ½ extra medallion per 5kgs of mothers body weight per day. Lactation: feed free choice.

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Ingredients List

Angus Beef, Wild Boar, Lamb, Whole Herring, Bison, Fresh Beef Liver, Spinach Greens, Pea Fiber, Lamb Liver, Pork, Pork Liver, Beef Heart, Lamb Heart, Beef Tripe, Salmon, Sunflower Seeds, Pumpkin, Butternut Squash, Carrots, Cranberries, Blackberries, Blueberries, Whole Apples, Whole Pears, Plums, Apricot, Brown Kelp, Mixed Tocopherols, Chicory Root (200mg/kg), Dandelion Root (200mg/kg), Summer Savory (200mg/kg), Peppermint Leaf (200mg/kg), Ginger Root (200mg/kg), Glucosamine (300mg/kg), Chondroitin (300mg/kg)

Ingredient Analysis

Crude Protein (36%), Crude Fat (35%), Crude Fibre (5%), Moisture (4%), Calcium (1.7%), Phosphorus (1.4%), Omega-6 (2.5%), Omega-3 (1.1%), DHA (0.3%), EPA (0.3%), Vitamin A, Vitamin D3 (4,700Iu/kg), Vitamin E (620Iu/kg), Vitamin B1 (2.2mg/kg), Vitamin B2 (11mg/kg), Vitamin B5 (20mg/kg), Vitamin B3 (79mg/kg), Vitamin B6 (5.3mg/kg), Folic Acid (1.2mg/kg), Vitamin B12 (0.24mg/kg), Choline (2,700mg/kg), Sodium (0.5%), Chloride (1.4%), Potassium (1.57%), Magnesium (0.12%), Manganese (35mg/kg), Selenium (0.75mg/kg), Iron (700mg/kg), Zinc (330mg/kg), Copper (38mg/kg), Iodine (2.9mg/kg), Lysine (2.5%), Tryptophan (0.42%), Threonine (1.7%), Tyrosine (1.1%), Methionine (0.9%), Leucine (2.9%), Valine (1.96%), Isoleucine (1.4%), Arginine (2.3%), Phenylalanine (1.5%), Histidine (0.93%), Cystine (0.4%)

Colour Key

  • High quality and healthy
  • Lots of beneficial nutrients
  • Some benefits
  • Nutritionally adequate
  • Not likely to cause any problems
  • Vague description
  • Little to no nutritional benefit
  • Potentially controversial

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9th Jul 2017
Jan Vickery
  • VioVet Customer Since: November 2014
  • From: Devon, United Kingdom

I'm considering buying the freeze dried version of this food but need to know how it compares in price to the ordinary one. So, do you know (roughly!) how many medallions are contained in the 454g bag? I should be able to work out how long the bag will last given this information! Thank you.

  • Website Content Developer

Hi Jan,

In the 454g bag of food there are roughly 30 medallions.

I hope this helps.


29th Jun 2015

is the freeze dried food suitable for a great
dane puppy from 8 weeks old+ weighing around 8 kilos at 7 1/2 weeks ?

  • Non-Executive Director

This should be a great diet for your dog. Follow the feeding guidelines but if in doubt, feed less. Giant breeds suffer much less with many mobility and other problems throughout life if they grow slightly slowly and do not put on weight too quickly. This is usually the opposite of what people want to do with their new puppies, but it is healthier.