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ORIJEN launches Small Breed dog food to UK market

Bern Pet Foods is launching ORIJEN Small Breed to the UK market. Designed to entirely nourish small dogs, the new food is protein-rich to support higher energy needs and nutritionally balanced to help maintain a healthy weight.


ORIJEN Small Breed is loaded with 85% quality animal ingredients: free-run chicken and turkey, wild-caught fish and quail, in WholePrey ratios. The top 10 ingredients on the bag are fresh or raw, comprising 2/3 of the animal ingredients. 


It is suitable for all life stages and supports healthy eyes, the immune system, joint mobility, as well as properly balanced Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids to promote healthy skin and a shiny coat.


The consumer-friendly packaging communicates the benefits of the product clearly and the actual kibble size is shown on the front of the bag.


Colin Rodger, managing director of Bern Pet Foods, said: “The growth of small breed ownership has created a demand for a premium quality food for smaller dogs. This food contains all the quality you would expect from ORIJEN, formulated to nourish small breeds completely.”


ORIJEN Small Breed is available in two sizes: 1.8kg (SRP £20.99) and 4.5kg (SRP £44.99).



Bern Pet Foods has also launched new ACANA Cat, a range of four irresistible recipes that provide personalised nutrition for cats.


Each product in this new entry-point range from ACANA contains 65-70% small prey ingredients from four to five different animals, nourishing your cat naturally while offering a taste they crave, and keeping them healthy, happy, and strong. The combination of small prey ingredients and infusions of liver provide a burst of flavour, which is ideal for fussy cats. 


The four recipes come in eye-catching, easy-to-read packaging and are formulated to boost immune systems and encourage healthy hearts, eyes, skin and coats.

  • First Feast is packed with chicken, herring, turkey, eggs and quail. It’s suitable for all life stages, although it has been specifically designed to support healthy muscle and bone growth, eye and brain development – all perfect for a growing kitten.
  • Homestead Harvest is a delicious combination of chicken, turkey, eggs and duck.
  • Bountiful Catch is brimming with salmon, herring, hake and trout.
  • Indoor Entrée’s tasty recipe includes herring, turkey and rabbit. Designed to aid weight management and lean muscle maintenance, Indoor Entrée is perfect for indoor cat who may be less active.

 A third of the meat in all the recipes is either fresh or raw, in WholePrey ratios (meat, organs and cartilage). 70% of the protein in the formulations comes from an animal source, compared to many cat foods in the market which contain higher percentages of plant-based protein.


 Colin Rodger said: “We have seen a greater focus on personalised nutrition for cats in recent times, with age and breed becoming more important when customers choose a food for their cat. New ACANA Cat offers a number of life stage benefits, each with quality ingredients and at an affordable price.”


New ACANA Cat is competitively priced and each product is available in three sizes: 340g (SRP £4.49), 1.8kg (SRP £16.49) and 4.5kg (SRP £39.00).


For more information on both ORIJEN  and ACANA brands contact Bern Pet Foods on 01737 767679 or email

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