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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Why are there variations in the smell, taste or colour of the food?

Eden products are made using natural ingredients and this makes uniformity hard to achieve, and can result in variations in colour, shape, size, and scent between batches. If you are concerned about variations in your kibble, please don't hesitate to contact us and we can advise you further.

What do you recommend for a dog with Pancreatitis?

We would recommend feeding either our Fish Cuisine or our semi-moist food. This is due to the anti-inflammatory properties of the fish which may be beneficial to reducing Pancreatitis flair ups. Also, fish is a very digestible protein, making it gentle on the digestive tract. The semi-moist food is lower in crude fats and oils and may be beneficial as low-fat diets are also often prescribed for pancreatitis.

Is your food free from chickpeas, peas and other legumes?

As part of a balanced and complete diet, pets need a source of fibre to help achieve optimal health. Eden is formulated without grain, gluten, and white potato. Our nutritionists have therefore added legumes such as chickpeas, chickpea flour, or pea fibre (some contain a variation of all three). Please see the composition of each recipe located at the bottom of the product pages or found on the bags of food.

What do you recommend for a Diabetic dogs?

We do not have a food that is tailored specifically for diabetic dogs as the high meat content and low carbs within our Eden foods means that it does tend to suit diabetic dogs quite well. We have found that feeding little amounts throughout the day, instead of two/three big meals can help maintain a dog’s blood sugar levels throughout the day.

How much should I feed my pet?

Our online feeding calculator will help you calculate the amount your dog requires. Our feeding calculator provides a great starting point for determining how much your dog should be fed each day, nevertheless, they can be adjusted to meet your dog’s specific dietary requirements. If adjustments are needed we recommend a 10% increase/decrease every two weeks to avoid any stress on the digestive system.