Award-winning ORIJEN is derived from the Latin term ‘origin’ meaning source or beginning. Born from a desire to mirror the foods dogs and cats are evolved to eat, ORIJEN is the fullest expression of our Biologically Appropriate mission and dedication to fulfilling dogs and cats’ evolutionary needs.
Biologically Appropriate ORIJEN represents a superior class of food, designed to nourish dogs and cats according to their evolutionary adaptation to a diet rich and diverse in fresh meat and protein.
ORIJEN features unmatched inclusions of fresh free-run poultry, cage-free eggs, whole wild-caught fish, and ranch-raised meat – farmed or fished in our region by people we know and trust, and delivered to our kitchen, brimming with goodness.
Trusted by Pet Lovers everywhere, award-winning ORIJEN foods and treats are guaranteed to keep your cherished dogs and cats happy, healthy, and strong!
Inspired by a natural diet of whole prey animals, ORIJEN features unmatched and unique inclusions of fresh meats that mirror the
evolutionary diet of dogs and cats — excluding high-glycemic carbohydrates, vegetable proteins and the long lists of synthetic supplements
found in conventional foods.
With a reputation of trust spanning more than a decade, award-winning ORIJEN is guaranteed to give you peace-of-mind and keep your cherished companion happy, healthy and strong.
Made with 100% fresh meat, free-run poultry or wild-caught fish, all gently freeze-dried to capture their natural goodness and flavour,
Biologically Appropriate ORIJEN freeze-dried treats satisfy even the most discriminating dogs and cats.
Duke is the typical boxer - very affectionate, bouncy, loves runs at the park and beach, the typical clown who can always muster a smile from us! Duke likes to show off how fast he can run!
It’s great to finally have found a dried food on the NZ market that Duke absolutely loves (he hasn’t turned his nose up once!). He has been hard to keep condition on, but when we introduced Orijen - I noticed a difference in his weight within a week.
Laurel Hitchcock, Te Awamutu