Updated 06 May 2016
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Eden Dog Food

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Contains at least 30% meat (on a dry matter basis)
Contains no common allergy causing ingredients
Free from all cereal grains
Ingredients list is clear and leaves no room for misinterpretation
Type: Dry extruded complete
Suitable for: All breeds from weaning to old age
Pack sizes: 2kg, 6kg, 12kg & 15kg bags
3 varieties:
RRP: 15kg bags = £55.00
Country of origin: United Kingdom

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3.9 out of 5
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£0.59 / day

for your 16kg dog

Based on feeding the manufacturer's recommended daily amount from a 15kg bags bought at the rrp to a dog weighing:


Ingredients List *

ChickenClick to see what we think about Chicken in dog food 19%, Dried ChickenClick to see what we think about Chicken in dog food 18%, SalmonClick to see what we think about Fresh Fish in dog food 15%, Dried HerringClick to see what we think about Fish Meal in dog food 12.5%, PotatoClick to see what we think about Potatoes in dog food 12%, Chicken FatClick to see what we think about Specified Animal Fats and Oils in dog food 4.5%, Dried DuckClick to see what we think about Duck in dog food 4%, Sweet PotatoClick to see what we think about Sweet Potatoes in dog food 3.5%, Whole Dried EggClick to see what we think about Egg in dog food 2.5%, ChickenClick to see what we think about Chicken in dog food LiverClick to see what we think about Liver in dog food 2.5%, White FishClick to see what we think about Fresh Fish in dog food 2%, PeaClick to see what we think about Peas in dog food Fibre 2%, LucerneClick to see what we think about Alfalfa / Lucerne in dog food, Chickpea, Minerals & VitaminsClick to see what we think about Vitamins and Minerals in dog food, CarrotClick to see what we think about Carrots in dog food, Spinach, Apple, Rosehips, Camomile, Burdock Root, SeaweedClick to see what we think about Seaweed in dog food, CranberryClick to see what we think about Cranberries in dog food, Aniseed & Fenugreek, FructooligosaccharidesClick to see what we think about FOS in dog food (461 mg/kg), GlucosamineClick to see what we think about Glucosamine in dog food (341mg/kg), MSMClick to see what we think about MSM in dog food (341mg/kg), ChondroitinClick to see what we think about Chondroitin in dog food (240mg/kg), Thyme, Marjoram, Oregano, Parsley, Sage.

Typical Analysis

Crude Protein: 41%, Crude Oils and Fats: 18%, Crude Fibre: 3%, Crude Ash: 9.5%, Moisture: 8%, Omega 6: 3.5%, Omega 3: 0.69%, Calcium: 1.81%, Phosphorus: 1.46%.

Dry weight nutrients (In general, unless your dog has health issues, you probably won't have to worry about these figures. Click for more information?)

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* NFE carbohydrate level (i.e. not including fibre). Level estimated from available data.

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Company info
Made by: Eden Pet Foods 33 Eden foods listed
Company HQ: Staffordshire, United Kingdom
Manufacturer's product description

" Based on the Ancestral diet of your dog with quality Chicken, Salmon, Herring, Duck and Egg. Ultra-Nutritional complete food with a high content of quality animal protein. Aligned to a dogs natural food intake. Low Carbohydrate content with fruit and vegetables. Naturally Hypoallergenic, formulated without Grain or Gluten. Freshly prepared Chicken and Fish of human grade quality. Salmon and Herring providing Omega 3 & 6. Prebiotics to support digestion. Health supporting Herbs, Vitamins and Minerals. Additional Joint Supplements. Made in Britain and very proud of it! "


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high meat content

High meat content





clear ingredients list

Clearly labelled

Eden is a fairly new company but, despite being dog-food-industry-newbies, their first release is pretty remarkable. Eden's Multi-Meat and Fish Formula is just about as good as dry dog food gets and is only the second dry food ever to receive the full 5-star All About Dog Food rating.

Eden has an impressive 80-20-0 ingredient profile. That is 80% from animal sources, 20% from veg, fruit and herbs and 0% grains. The idea is to recreate the 'ancestral diet' of the dog and although there is still a lot of discussion over what exactly the 'ancestral diet' should be, Eden's approach of including plenty of meat form mixed sources, a wide range of other nutritional ingredients and no cereals or artificial ingredients is certainly a popular angle and one which is bound to resonate with a lot of dog owners.

The meat content of Eden comes from both fresh and dry sources from five named species, all provided with clear percentages. Once the chicken fat and gravy have been removed from the equation along with water in the fresh meat, the true meat content of the finished product is more like 51% (dry content), but that is still much higher than the going rate for dry dog foods.

Of course, so much meat inevitably pushes up the protein and fat levels which isn't ideal for all dogs (dogs with kidney/urinary problems, pancreatic issues or heart problems for example should think twice), but since it is all from good quality meat sources, this shouldn't be a cause for concern for most dog owners.

The range of highly nutritious vegetables, fruits and herbs contained in Eden is also very impressive and includes excellent additions like sweet potato, lucerne (alfalfa), spinach, seaweed and cranberry as well as a wide range of herbs and supplements intended to help with digestion and joint mobility.

Recent formula changes also mean that the food now contains extra fibre to aid digestion as well as chelated minerals which are much easier for the dog's body to utilise than standard mineral supplements.

Despite the price rises at the end of 2013, Eden still works out very inexpensive to feed. A 15kg bag comes in at just £53.99 which is way less than brands of a similar quality and with fairly small recommended feeding amounts, the price per day is surprisingly low.

It is worth noting though that, despite its obvious quality and the multitudes of avid supporters, Eden doesn't seem to suit all dogs. Of course, this can be said for any dog food but with Eden more than any similar brands, there does appear to be a proportion of dogs, albeit a small one, that have difficulty digesting it. According to Eden, this mostly comes down to over-feeding so if your notice any runny motions, weight loss or any other signs of ill health whilst on Eden (or any other food for that matter), do be sure to contact the manufacturer directly for advice.

Conclusion: Outstanding food at a highly competitive price.

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** The suggested feeding amounts and costs are only approximate and may vary considerably from dog to dog. Please take a look at our feeding guide for more information or click here to see how our figures are calculated.


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