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Edgard & Cooper kibble is a delicious & wholesome meal made from fresh meat. Grain & gluten-free. For all senior dogs.

Brand

Edgard & Cooper

Manufacturer

Edgard & Cooper

Species

Dog

£45.99
Reference : EDlpb7
Delivery Between 2 and 3 days
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What is Edgard & Cooper dry dog food?

 

Edgard & Cooper kibble is a delicious and wholesome meal made directly from deboned meat with no fillers. It’s packed with the very best protein, which means it is highly nutritious and easily digestible.

 

Every pack is bursting with tasty veggies, fruit and botanicals, giving dogs all the vitamins, minerals and antioxidants they need to keep healthy from nose to tail.

 

This grain-free recipe is gluten-free and contains natural prebiotics so it is good for sensitive tummies.

 

Edgard & Cooper only ever use the best meat, and absolutely no highly processed, over-cooked or dried meat or meat meal. They boost the recipe with super healthy blends of fruits, vegetables and botanicals, specially selected for positive nutrition and great nutritional value. All of these ingredients are then slowly cooked in small batches to keep the great taste and goodness inside!

 

What makes Edgard & Cooper Senior Rabbit so great?

 

Deboned Rabbit: High quality protein for a healthy immune system, and lean meat that is low in calories. Packed full of essential fatty acids and easily digestible.

Potato: High in vitamins and minerals.

Plum: Packed full of antioxidants

Botanicals: Great for holistic wellbeing and general gut health.

 

Edgard & Cooper Senior kibble contains salmon oil to help maintain great skin and a shiny coat, whilst the addition of PhenomindTM helps to promote brain function in older dogs..

 

Is Edgard & Cooper environmentally friendly?

 

All this goodness is packed in special compostable & recyclable packaging, made using 100% biodegradable materials such as corn waste, or recycled aluminium. Even the images and text on the packaging are printed using 100% water-based inks with no nasty chemicals. The locally sourced fresh ingredients mean fewer food miles and a lower carbon footprint.

 

How does Edgard & Cooper lend a helping paw?

 

Edgard & Cooper are very lucky dogs! They have warm and cosy sleeping spots, deliciously wholesome meals daily, and tons of cuddles from their owners. However, not all dogs are as lucky. Edgard & Cooper know this, and make sure that 10% of their profits go to charity - they are currently supporting the Dog Care Clinic in Sri Lanka, where millions of dogs live on the streets. To find out more, simply go to edgardcooperfoundation.org.

What are the benefits of feeding Edgard & Cooper wet dog food?

 

Made from fresh, deboned meat

No meat fillers (e.g. meal or dried)

No artificial colours or flavourings

No corn, wheat or soy

Healthy fruits, vegetables & herbs

Packed with vitamins, minerals & antioxidants

Grain-free

Gluten-free

Contains natural prebiotics

Easily digestible

Recyclable packaging

Suitable for all breeds of senior dog

Ideal for sensitive stomachs

7kg

What is in Edgard & Cooper Senior Rabbit dry dog food?

 

Ingredients: Fresh Rabbit 41%, Potatoes, Potato Protein, Peas, Pea Protein, Chicken Fat, Chicken Stock, Linseed, Free Range Chicken Eggs, Plums 0.4%, Broccoli 0.3%, Dried Botanicals (Laurel, Thyme), Phenomindtm (Blueberry/Grape Extract), Minerals, Mannan-Oligosaccharides (MOS), Salmon Oil 0.6%, Fructo-Oligosaccharides (FOS).

 

 

Nutritional Additives/kg: Vitamin A 20000 IU, Vitamin D3 2000 IU, Vitamin E 350 mg, Ferrous sulphate, Monohydrate 250mg, cupric sulphate, Pentahydrate 40mg, Manganous sulphate, monohydrate 23mg, Zinc oxide 280mg, Potassium iodide 5.2mg, sodium selenite 0.33mg.

 

Analytical Constituents: Crude Protein 22%, Crude Oils & Fats 14.5%, Crude Fibres 3%, Crude Ash 5.2%, Omega-6 1.35%, Omega-3 1.1%, Calcium 1.25%, Phosphorus 0.8%.

How much Edgard & Cooper dry dog food should I feed?

 

Senior Rabbit Kibble Feeding Guide