Frequently Asked Questions

At Eden Holistic Pet Foods we pride ourselves on formulating a range of foods that caters to the nutritional needs of cats and dogs.

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My dog has regurgitated their food, can you advise?

Eating the kibble too fast can result in the stomach rejecting the food, so it may be worth changing the kibble size or investing in a slow feeder. Larger dogs would benefit from a raised bowl. Smaller dogs may need to be fed little and often as if the amount being fed is too much at a time, then the stomach will reject the food. An occasional, isolated bout of vomiting may not be of concern. However, frequent or chronic vomiting can be a sign of a more serious condition. If your dog’s vomiting is not an isolated incident, we recommend taking them to the vet right away for a complete examination and diagnostic testing.

When do I move from puppy food to adult food?

This will depend largely on the breed of your dog. We would anticipate toy breeds to reach full, adult size between approximately 8-10 months, small breeds to reach full, adult size between approximately 10-12 months, medium breeds to reach full, adult size between approximately 12-15 months, large breeds to reach full, adult size between approximately 15-18 months and giant breeds to reach full, adult size between approximately 18-24 months. Once you feel they have finished growing, or your vet has confirmed, you can switch from a puppy food to adult dog food.

Can feeding Eden Holistic Pet Foods help with my dog itching & scratching?

A particular component of food (usually a protein) can trigger the susceptible animal's immune system to react, for example, cells may release histamine which causes itching. For dealing with any specific food allergies, please get in touch with our customer care team via for help and recommendations for any of our products.

Are high protein foods bad for my dog?

At Eden, we believe a high protein diet is essential as part of an ancestral diet to support the growth, maintenance, and repair of your pet's body.

My dog has loose stools what do I do?

The best way to ensure proper feeding amounts are being given is to ensure your pet has firm and formed stools as if they are overfed this can cause loose stools and may require feeding amounts to be gradually reduced. Another reason for loose stools could be an intolerance to an ingredient within the formula (most commonly chicken in our experience), so you may want to try another suitable formula of Eden and see if problems persist.