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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-08-2010, 07:35 PM Thread Starter
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Champion Pet Foods New Video

I might be late to the party here - but has anyone seen the Champion Pet Foods New Video on their website? Pretty cool.

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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-10-2010, 09:20 AM
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Great video, you can easily see where the price tag comes from.
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Thanks for the link!

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Very impressive. I just bought my first bag of orijen the other day since innova is now part of the dark side and after watching something like this, i know exactly why i switched.

I like those black orijen shirts at the end of the video. Anyone know where i can pick up one of those? I'll have to search around for one.

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Almost makes me want to pour myself a bowl!
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Me too - except I would need the "low fat" version HAHAHAHAHAHA

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I have been feeding this for about 2 years and am glad to see this, my dogs do great on this
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Me too - except I would need the "low fat" version HAHAHAHAHAHA
Uh oh, are you going to become an Orijen convert!!!

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too bad that nowhere in the video do they discuss how their named meat meals are procured and made...they focus on all the fresh meat ingredients, but they will readily admit the majority of the meat product in their kibble comes from the named meat meals. even though i am an orijen feeder, this video would make one think that most of the meat product in their food is from all these fresh meat sources...its not.......or that the sources for all their named meat meals are being made from these local meat sources....they are not. for example, they get their chicken meal, which is a major component of their foods, from Kentucky....not exactly regional and obviously named meat meals are not fresh meat.

they need another video that discusses this.....dont expect to see one, though.

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I have been feeding this for about 2 years and am glad to see this, my dogs do great on this
Did your dogs get gas on this to start with? I tried it during my grain-free trial and the dogs could clear the room! LOL

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