Anyone ever fed it? I've gotten a few of the sample 1lb bags of Orijen Senior and fed them to Jackson mixed with his Acana Duck & Pear and his poop looked better to me. Not by a ton... but better, firmer. I've been feeding Acana duck for a while now mixed in with an occasional bag of Purina Beyond. http://www.orijen.ca/products/dog-food/dry-dog-food/senior-dog/ http://www.acana.com/products/singles/duck-bartlett-pear/ The Orijen is 38% protein, Acana is 27%. Fat is the same at 15%. Fiber is 8% in Orijen and 6% in Acana. I looked it up on chewy and it's literally $1 more for the Orijen. ($19.99 and $20.99 for 5lbs). Was going to maybe continue to just mix both, or maybe feed Orijen for a bit, then Acana, etc in a rotation. Then a part of me wants to say efff it and just feed Purina Beyond or Purina Sensitive Skin & Stomach and save some money. Any time I've fed Beyond he seems to do well on that too lol. Sooo it's mostly just ME that feels better feeding a "better'" food. Like usually when I feed Beyond I will buy the "better" canned food (like Weruva etc) and then when I'm feeding a more expensive kibble I'll just buy the cheap Cesar wet food to mix in. lol. He usually only gets a spoonful in each meal (sometimes it's just dry for one meal, just depends). He's moderately active. Not as active as he used to be solely because I've gotten lazy with him but he does swim a ton in the summer so the protein in the Orijen shouldn't be a huge deal. Also he's only 6 1/2 and a small breed so I know he doesn't need a 'senior' food, I'm only feeding because he does better on lower fat. And in the past other orijen formulas he got softer poop on.