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Old 11-26-2012, 02:40 PM
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Hi all, just wondered if anybody had heard of this new dry dog food?

Eden Multi-Meat and Fish Formula

I just got sent an email by a stockist, and this was mentioned so thought i would have a look.

Its made in the UK, its got 80% meat sources and 20% from veg, fruit and herbs. No cereals, no artificial ingredients sounds good to me! It looks like the true meat content is about 50%, which is better than a lot of dry foods.

Although i feed Honey raw/freeze dried raw, when i was looking at kibble, there wasnt a lot of choice here in the UK. You could order Acana/Orijen etc but shipping costs aswell as the product itself - lots of !

Eden is 49.99 for 15kg, so if you were feeding 100 grams a day, then this would last you 150 days (5 months).

Just thought i'd mention it - what does everyone think? x
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I am just changing mine onto this they have been eating it for about 3 weeks now and seem to be doing really well on it, I was feeding fish 4 dogs which they loved until they changed the formula recently to include more fillers and less fish :s
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Ah fab, it does look great, i think if i ever needed to go back to kibble, i'd certainly give this a try!
The price seems great too - esp feeding more than one!
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I'm dying to try this - I have asked a local pet shop to look into getting it into stock. The only postage rate I can find on their site for posting to Ireland is "up to 30 kg - 24.99" yikes! If my pet store can't get it I will query the postage.
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I have also heard good things about it, it got a 5 star rating on whichdogfood.co.uk the UK version of dogfood advisor. Best of all it is made in the UK and is really cheap!!! 29.99 for 7.5kg, 49.99 for 15kg and they do a 400g sample for 5 (only one per customer though.) It is cheap because they haven't wasted money on fancy packaging (it comes in plain polythene bags) and they are marketing it as a working dog food, so no VAT added.
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Eek 24.99 is a lot! I hope you can convince your pet shop to stock it!

No VAT for working dog food? I didnt know that, thats good. Just had a look on that site, thanks, it rates this higher than Ziwipeak lol!
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Jane I see they have and Ireland fb page now so they may be able to advise you on some stockists there
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Thanks Chloe do you mean this page? - Eden Holistic Pet Foods

I can't seem to find a list of Irish retailers - will have to root around, I will contact my pet shop today, I asked them about two weeks ago so they might have an answer by now.

Do your's like the food?
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