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Taste of the Wild or Orijen?

Discuss ways to improve the quality of your dog's life and longevity through proper nutrition; a place for all of your questions and answers about feeding your pooch!

Please keep discussions fun, friendly, and helpful at all times. Non-informative posts criticizing a particular brand or another poster’s choice of food are not allowed in this Forum. References to any brand of food as "junk," "garbage," or other harsh names will be removed.

  
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Skipper- a.k.a Skip

Terror terrier
 
 
Barked: Thu Mar 21, '13 2:42pm PST 
Hi guys puppy

I was just after your amazing opinions...

I'm very keen on feeding Skip a higher quality food than Royal Canin. The breeder started feeding the mum and the pups Royal Canin from a young age so I stuck with it, until now...

Since I live in The UK, we don't have as much of a variety as most of you guys in The States... Apart from the obvious mid-range stuff like Eukanuba, Royal Canin e.t.c

But, I found a little pet store close by that sells both Taste of the Wild and Orijen puppy
It's a bit more expensive over here but I'm willing to pay the money for a very good food...

When it comes to both foods though, I have no clue which is better and would really appreciate any input puppy

Thanks in advance puppy
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Dreamy

Queen of my- castle.
 
 
Barked: Thu Mar 21, '13 3:12pm PST 
Orijen is pretty much the best kibble you can get from what I understand. Taste of the wild is one of the lowest of the grain free options but still isn't bad. Definately go with Orijen. If I could afford to feed it to my 3 I would lol.
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Obi

Sassy Britches!
 
 
Barked: Thu Mar 21, '13 3:13pm PST 
Completely Agreed!snoopy
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Skipper- a.k.a Skip

Terror terrier
 
 
Barked: Thu Mar 21, '13 3:18pm PST 
Thanks guys puppy

I think it was the packaging of TOTW that I liked lol, how bad is that?

But if the majority think Orijen, then that's what I'll choose puppy
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UCH Onyx TT,- CGC

Do you even- lift?
 
 
Barked: Thu Mar 21, '13 3:39pm PST 
If the price difference isn't an issue, I'd definitely go with Orijen. Their new Whole Prey formula looks really nice.
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Skipper- a.k.a Skip

Terror terrier
 
 
Barked: Thu Mar 21, '13 3:49pm PST 
Thanks Onyx puppy

The price really isn't an issue, not when it comes to good quality food... I'm thinking of changing Dexter's food too but he's a bit fussy lol... Orijen does look great though and it's been the one that everyone has voted for puppy

Both dogs being on the same food would save me quite a bit of fuss puppy Even though one will be on puppy food and the other in adult puppy
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Tessie

Which way did- they go?
 
 
Barked: Thu Mar 21, '13 5:58pm PST 
I know Orijen 6-Fish is an all life stages food and pretty sure Regional Red is also. Look into it, you may be able to feed the same to both dogs. Our 5 yr old Saint eats it and so does our young (under 1 year) hound mix. I do mix in canned for Tessie and the Honest Kitchen for Cosmo.
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Rexy

I dig in mud- puddles!
 
 
Barked: Thu Mar 21, '13 6:20pm PST 
Another vote for Orijen! smile
I've fed most of the formulas, the only one that didn't agree with Rexy was the Regional Red.
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Skipper- a.k.a Skip

Terror terrier
 
 
Barked: Fri Mar 22, '13 2:07am PST 
Thanks Tessie puppy

I didn't know that... I'm going tonight to pick some up so I'll look out for the life stages ones puppy
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Saya

I want to play!
 
 
Barked: Fri Mar 22, '13 8:08am PST 
If orijen doesn't work out maybe try acana? I dunno if it is all life stage food or not.

I know it is lower protein. some dogs have issues with orijen due to richness.
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