Fish Cuisine uses only the finest ingredients, Scottish Salmon and North Atlantic Herring, including seasonally available Cod, Haddock, Hake, Plaice and Pollock dependent on the “Catch of the Day”. Eden have formulated this product with super foods: Spirulina and Green Lipped Mussel, adding to the low carbohydrate and sugar content in this feed. This product is made from freshly prepared fish of human grade quality and is grain and gluten free, made in Britain with British ingredients. The raw ingredients are gently steam cooked at approximately 90 degrees Celsius producing a highly digestible food that retains as much of the natural balance as possible. Once cooled the vitamins and trace elements are added, this ensures that the values listed in the vitamins and trace elements listed below are guaranteed.
Feel free to call our pet health specialist for more advice on 01789-205-095
Suitable for: All dogs. This product comes with two different kibble sizes (medium and small) to suit your dog’s preference. We generally would suggest introducing puppies to Eden from about 5 weeks onwards (see Feeding guide)
Main Ingredient: 80% fish content, 20% fruit and vegetables
Protein Amount: This diet is 39% protein. Metabolisable Energy: 3560 kCal/kg (356 kCal/100g). Protein digestibility (Pepsin value): 91.7%.
Product Aim: Eden Holistic Pet Foods are an independent, family owned company based in the rural countryside of Staffordshire. The company was formed with the aim of producing foods that support the health and vitality of their own animals and has since grown and flourished, holding onto their simple philosophy; “Supporting Animal Health Through Nutrition™.”
Is the product hypoallergenic? Eden’s Fish Cuisine is naturally Hypoallergenic, formulated without Grain or Gluten
Does it include any artificial flavours, colours or preservatives? Eden products are all 100% Natural. Eden never uses grains and cereals, animal derivatives, fillers, sweeteners or flavourings.
Can I only feed this one product? Yes, there is no need to add supplements to this diet.
·Health supporting Herbs, Organic Vitamins and Minerals for optimum absorption
·Additional Joint Supplements
The natural anti-inflammatory properties of fish are ideal for dogs with:
·Inflammation of the joints due to arthritis or similar problems
·Ideal for competition/agility dogs as a preventative/supportive measure (Use with Eden Joint Support for best results)
·Great for Itchy skin when caused by intolerance to grain based foods
·Ideal for dogs with sensitive tummies/digestive issues, (can be used with Eden Digestive Support)
Why should I buy this for my dog?
Fish is well known for its many health benefits including; heart, brain and anti-inflammatory properties which aid joint mobility. Oily fish in particular are rich in omega-3 fatty acids eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA).
·EPA helps to promote cell membrane flexibility, ensuring nutrients flow efficiently in and out of cells, for optimal cell signalling and brain function. EPA is also converted by the body into a family of hormone-like chemicals called eicosanoids. These substances support a wide range of physical processes that affect cardiovascular health, inflammatory response and immune function.
·DHA is the most abundant omega-3 fatty acid in the brain and retina and is crucial for healthy structure and function of the brain and nervous system.
Attention to detail is something we are passionate about, Fish Cuisine if re-hydrated would contain 260g of high quality fish for every 100g of product. However, just as important as the main ingredients are our nutritional additives and trace elements: Glucosamine,Methylsulphonylmethane(MSM) and Chondroitin provide additional joint support. Vitamin A, D3 and E cover essential vitamins and chelated minerals such as Iron, Zinc, Manganese, Copper, Calcium and organic Selenium are in addition to the natural vitamins and minerals found in the meat, fruit and vegetables, ensuring your dog gets guaranteed nutritional value, with all this attention to detail, you can see why dogs thrive on our food.
The following guides provide a great starting point for determining how much your dog should be fed each day, nevertheless they should be adjusted to meet your dog’s specific requirements.Generally a dog should have a minimal but even covering of fat over the body, the ribs should be easily palpable, the waist observable behind the waist when viewed from above, with the abdomen tucking up when viewed from the side. If you are ever unsure, ask your vet about your dog’s ideal weight and remember to check their weight at regular intervals. Each dog is an individual with different activity levels, and puppies and young adults will grow at different rates.
Remember to increase the food portions in accordance with your dog’s current weight. Once your dog is settled on Eden, keep an eye on his or her weight to determine whether the suggested feeding amounts are right for your dog.
We introduce Eden to our puppies from about 5 weeks onward, pouring a small amount of hot water over the food and mixing to form a paste and then allowing time to cool to room temperature. (Note; using cold water has no effect as Eden does not contain grain which would absorb water)
Very young puppies (6-16 weeks) will generally eat as and when they need, so ensure that there is always enough food available for a meal time. Young dogs (1-2 years) intake is very much dependant on activity, as mentioned above keep a close eye on your dog’s body to ensure the correct weight is maintained. As puppies vary so much during the first 12 months, the following table can only be used as a starting point, look up the weight of your puppy using the appropriate column.
This information is provided as a guide only. Please refer to the product packaging for full details. The feeding quantities are based on the average healthy dog. Individual feeding needs depend on many factors, including weight, age, size, activity level and environment. So, feeding amounts needed may vary and should be adjusted as required to maintain a lean, healthy body and weight.
If your dog has a mixed diet, perhaps wet and dry food, then be sure to alter the feeding quantities accordingly to avoid over-feeding your dog.
Again, feel free to call our pet health specialist for more advice on 01789-205-095