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Orijen Freeze-Dried Dog Food from Chewy.com

        I don't think I can ever say enough how much my doggies love to help out on a review. This time we are bringing you another great product from Chewy.com, Orijen Freeze Dried Dog Food. Now I will admit I was a little taken back when I found out that freeze-dried dog food even existed! Being a family that like to spend a lot of time in our rv though, so it was really a neat idea to me. When the product first arrived my cat swore it was for him.lol I think he would have ate through te package if I had left him alone with it long enough. While the pups were outside I took one out and placed it inside the bowls. When they came in it was gone before I could even snap a picture! I love that there is this option for families who spend a bit of time on the road, the package is resealable and the price isn't to bad. The added convenience for us is well worth it!
They are small about the size of a sausage patty and you need
about 1 per 8 pounds of dog you have :)
Here is my cat trying to steal some while I went to get water.lol

       Now this post isn't just about how great Orijen Freeze-Dried Dog Food is, but also about the service that Chewy.com provides. If you are like so many people the highest quality pet products are not always available to you at your local store. Or heck maybe you just really don't like shopping, or are short on time, but still want to provide the best pet products for your dog or cat.Chewy.com is a place where you can order your favorite pet foods, treat and other products and have them shipped directly to your door or office. They offer fast free shipping on orders over $49 (which is easily done if you have a pet you know this), No sales tax (except for FL and PA), and great customer service! Order now and you can save 15% on your first order when you use autoship. Never forget those treats again, and someone with four fuzzy legs will never forget your kisses.

*The above mentioned products were received in order to help facilitate this review, regardless all views expressed are those of my own and were in no way influenced.*

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