Hello - welcome to the forum. The comparison between Burns Weight Control and Eden is here.
They are two very different products. Burns is low fat/protein and high carbohydrate. Eden is much higher in fat/protein with low carbohydrate. Weigh the food:
How much Eden are you giving your dog each day? If you are not already doing this, use a small digital scale in 1g divisions. This should ensure that your dog is getting exactly the same (and right) amount each day. Do not give anything else except his food.Activity:
How old is your dog? Is he active? If not, try and increase his activity a little (if appropriate).Weight Control Food:
Possibly there are dogs that are maintained on weight control products but AFAIK it is advised to move onto a normal adult variety once the dog has reached the desired weight so you did the right thing in sourcing something else and Eden is a good product. However, because your dog has a tendency to gain weight, the protein and fat content could be on the high side for him.
As you have already contacted Eden about this, you have a few choices:
* Reduce the amount of Eden still further - give 10% less. If the dog is still gaining weight after one week, reduce by a further 10%. Continue with this until the right quantity is being given for maintenance. Be aware that the quantity needed might be quite small and a fair bit less than the recommended daily allowance. If you stay in touch with Eden, they will probably continue to support you with this.
* Return to Burns Weight Control until your dog has lost the desired amount of weight then change to one of their adult versions.
* Choose another product altogether - the Dog Food Directory is useful for this. A more moderate fat level would be circa 12%.
Please keep us updated on your decision and progress.