Orijen Senior Grain Free Dry Dog Food - 11.4kg


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Help your dog thrive with the power of protein-rich recipes that provide peak nourishment. Dogs are ancestral carnivores, so they need a Biologically Appropriate diet rich and varied in whole animal ingredients. ORIJEN Senior diet is crafted specifically for your senior dog to help them stay healthy by supporting lean muscle mass and weight maintenance. Packed with WholePrey animal ingredients like organs and bone, ORIJEN food is made with the most nutrient-dense, succulent parts of the prey to deliver the nutrition dogs need. With 85%* quality animal ingredients and a freeze-dried liver coating, this diet is beyond comparison.


  • The first 5 ingredients are fresh or raw** poultry and fish ingredients.
  • 85%* quality poultry and fish ingredients, providing a strong source of essential protein, vitamins, and minerals.
  • Our authentic WholePrey diet features the most succulent parts of the prey like poultry or fish, organs and bone to mimic what your dog’s ancestors consumed in the wild.
  • Freeze-dried coated for a burst of raw flavour your dog instinctively craves.
  • Proudly crafted in Canada with the world’s best ingredients.

*Approximate and derived from the unprocessed state of the ingredients. **Our fresh ingredients use refrigeration as the sole method of preservation and our raw ingredients are frozen at their peak freshness.

Contents: 11.4kg bag


Fresh, clean drinking water should always be available.

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The best Anon on 25 December 2023

The best food for senior dog. Weve tried other brands but this one is the best

Great product JT on 26 September 2023

Good value fast delivery great service

The best! James Allen on 27 August 2023

Our dogs love this food. We have tried various different grain free foods over the years, both dry and wet, and our dogs eventually get bored of the same food every day. With Orijen they still seem to love the food as much today as they first did and have been eating it every day for years now. We have a vet in the family who is very impressed by the ingredients and nutritional profile too. The bag lasts a very long time so is good value for money and Pet Planet are always reliable, it's always in stock and delivered quickly. Ill continued to use Orijen products for all my future dogs.

Dog loves it Julie FT on 11 November 2022

I buy the senior product great product and reliable service

Great product monandmick11 on 25 October 2022

Great service from PetPlanet and my Rottweiler loves this food Orijen

Great product and 1st class service aboag on 2 March 2022

My 12 year old collie has had Orijen since a puppy and for several years the Senior version. It was recommended by vets and animal trainers. The Petplanet service is second to none - only negative is the the courier letting them down.

Feeding Guide

Weight of Dog Active Less Active
grams per day
5kg 90g 60g
10kg 160g 120g
20kg 270g 180g
30kg 360g 240g
40kg 440g 300g
50kg 520g 360g
60kg 600g 400g

Each dog is unique and feeding amounts will vary with age and activity. Please use this chart as an initial guide and adjust amounts accordingly.

Feed twice daily and always provide your dog with fresh, clean water.



Fresh chicken (18%), raw turkey (10%), fresh chicken giblets (liver, heart) (10%), raw whole herring (6%), raw whole hake (5%), fresh eggs (5%), raw turkey liver (5%), dehydrated chicken (5%), dehydrated turkey (5%), dehydrated mackerel (4%), dehydrated sardine (4%), dehydrated herring (4%), whole red lentils, whole green lentils, whole peas, lentil fibre, whole chickpeas, whole pinto beans, pea starch, pollock oil (2%), chicken fat (2%), whole navy beans, dried kelp, fresh whole pumpkin, fresh whole butternut squash, fresh whole zucchini, fresh whole carrots, fresh whole apples, fresh whole pears, dried chicory root, fresh kale, fresh spinach, fresh beet greens, fresh turnip greens, whole cranberries, whole blueberries, whole saskatoon berries, turmeric, milk thistle, burdock root, lavender, marshmallow root, rosehips.

ADDITIVES (per kg) Technological additives: Tocopherol extract from vegetable oils: 121mg, citric acid: 40mg. Sensory additives: Rosemary extract: 80mg. Nutritional additives: 3b606 (Zinc: 105mg), 3b406 (Copper: 5.5mg), 3a821 Vitamin B1: 9.8mg, 3a841 Vitamin B5: 12.5 mg, 3a700 Vitamin E: 120IU. Zootechnical additives: 4b1707 Enterococcus faecium NCIMB 10415 1x10^9 CFU.

Metabolizable Energy is 3710 kcal/kg (445 kcal per 250ml/120g cup). Calories distributed to support peak conditioning with 41% from protein, 23% from carbohydrates, and 36% from fat. | ORIJEN Senior Dog is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by FEDIAF for Adult Maintenance. Store in cool, dry place. Not Fit for Human Consumption.

Guaranteed Analysis

  • Crude protein 38%
  • Fat content 15%
  • Crude ash 8%
  • Crude fibre 6%
  • Moisture 12%
  • Calcium 1.3%
  • Phosphorus 1.1%
  • Omega-3 fatty acids 0.9%
  • Omega-6 fatty acids 2.3%
  • DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) 0.3%
  • EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) 0.2%
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Q & A

Q: What age would you start to give dogs the senior orijen food? My dog is nearly 7 years old.
A: Trying to decide when you should change from an adult dog food to a senior dog food can be a painstaking process, We know that when a dog is a senior, they are going to have specific dietary needs. So, how do you know when to switch food? Here are six signs that will indicate when you should consider switching food: Dull, Flaky Coat, Weak or Lethargic, Senioritis, Thick Midsection, Gastrointestinal Problems and Itching. There is basic guidelines for specific size of breeds which are small breed 7 years, medium breeds 7 years, large breeds 6 years and giant breed 5 years, however if you are unsure we would recommend you speak to your vet.