Our food

the freshrevolution

We had enough of over processed pet food, so we made our own...

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There’s more to our dog food than meets the eye

We pack our dog food with more goodness than you can shake a stick at.


Fresh meat & nutritious offal

Delicious, nutritious and treated with respect, from farm to bowl.


Real fruit & veg

A few cheeky extras to provide vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fibre


Root vegetables

Energy-packed complex carbohydrates that are easy for dogs to digest

our recipe forchange

We do things a bit differently here at Edgard & Cooper...


Well-balanced recipes

Our simple, wholesome, recipes are developed by university experts to provide maximum nutrition from natural ingredients. It’s like your pet has their own personal trainer.


Keep it fresh

We use chilled trucks to transport our ingredients, which means they don’t need processing to stay fresh and delicious.


Expertly cooked

We expertly cook our dry and wet food to lock in all the natural goodness and flavour.


  • Utterly irresistible fresh meat
  • Natural, healthy nutrients and antioxidants
  • Naturally easy to digest


  • Ground-up meat, bone and offal
  • Often made with a mix of unclear ingredients (meat but also bones, skin, hooves...)
  • Lower protein quality1 2 3
  • Much harder to digest
  • Lower essential fatty acid content1

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  2. Montegiove, N., Pellegrino, R.M., Emiliani, C., Pellegrino, A., and Leonardi, L. (2021). An Alternative Approach to Evaluate the Quality of Protein-Based Raw Materials for Dry Pet Food. Animals, 11, 458. https://doi.org/10.3390/ani11020458
  3. Bhat, Z.F., Morton, J.D., Bekhit, AEl-DA, Kumar, S., Bhat, H.F. (2021). Thermal processing implications on the digestibility of meat, fish and seafood proteins. Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety, 20, 4511-4548. https://doi.org/10.1111/1541-4337.12802