Eureka Dog Food Review
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When I first reviewed Eureka dog food back in 2022 I was really excited about the brand – An Australian alternative to world renowned air-dried dog food ZIWI Peak from New Zealand.

Skip to 2024 and I’ve had so much incredible feedback from Australian dog owners who’ve switched to Eureka from other dog foods. It’s clear this dried-raw food is worth the money, and does wonders for the health of our dogs!

We love to support Australian businesses, and Eureka dog food is both Australian Made AND Australian Owned.

As a dog food, it’s fantastic.

In fact, I wish all Australian dog foods were as good as this as it would mean far less reliance on Australian vets.

Far too many of our dogs fall foul of all manner of diet-related illnesses like heart disease, renal disease, UTIs, kidney stones, and more.

Most of the time we fail to realise the brand of kibble we’re feeding could well be the underlying cause of those illnesses. Isn’t that something worth considering?

There are many reasons I think Eureka is a far better choice for your dog, and I’ll cover them in depth in this review.

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What the marketing says

I like to keep this section short in reviews, but could write a book with all the positive statements for this “100% carbon-neutral” dog food made with “sustainably caught wild Australian meat & organs” from “Australian businesses and farmers“.

Eureka dog food is made using a solar powered drying process, so it’s even good for the environment!

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Eureka: Doesn’t that look more meaty?

It speaks for itself.

Eureka is an air-dried dog food, which is a far better, more digestible, more nutritious option than kibble. I’m a big advocate for air dried dog foods because I’ve seen how hard kibble is for a dog to digest.

Air-dried dog food is similar to jerky, and hasn’t been subject to the intense heating processes of kibble. It’s more natural, and more enjoyable for our dogs.

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A nice point to make is Eureka use a “kill step” in the air-drying process which “eliminates pathogens”.

What that means is we can feed this essentially “dried raw” dog food without any concerns about food safety and handling.

That’s great, especially if we have kids around or are uneasy about preparing raw for our dogs.

The quality of Eureka makes it more than suitable for all life stages of dog, including puppies, and your senior dog as well. By the looks of it, it’s way above the bar.

What the ingredients really say

Eureka Dog Food Ingredients

At the time of writing there are three recipes available – Wild Boar & Chicken, Wild Kangaroo & Lamb, and Wild Venison & Lamb.

All are good, but we’ll focus on Wild Boar & Chicken for this review. Remember variety is always good, so you could rotate between all three.

All Eureka dog foods start with 90% meat, bone, and organs, which is fantastic for your meat-loving dog. Far better than corn don’t you think?

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We find most of the recipe is what we should expect in a food for dogs, which is a combination of meat, liver, heart, lung, kidney, and also finely ground bone and cartilage.

If we want our dogs in supreme health these are exactly the foodstuffs we should be feeding them.

In short, this is what our dogs are biologically designed to eat.

The remaining ingredients are equally fantastic, and serve to make Eureka so much better than pretty much every other dog food in Australia.

There are literally no bad ingredients.

Let’s take a quick look, but you’ll already know the benefits of these ingredients without much explanation.

Salmon oil is one of the best oils to use in a dog’s diet, being rich in omega fatty acids for heart health, skin, coat, joint support, brain support, and a healthy immune system.

Green lipped mussels is another fantastic inclusion usually only found in top end New Zealand dog foods (like ZIWI Peak). These are also good for many of the same reasons as salmon oil.

Free range eggs as a complete amino acid profile with no end of benefits for your dog.

Turmeric, flax, chia seed, blueberries, kelp, turmeric

It’s rounded off with well-chosen ingredients to aid digestion, such as lecithin, apple fibre, and postbiotics. It’s these final touches which really set a dog food apart from others.

Eureka dog food is simply excellent, and you should definitely give it a go.

I’ve even checked numerous consumer reviews, which again, are excellent.

Summary – should I feed my dog Eureka?

If you’re currently feeding a dry food, then I’m confident Eureka will offer your dog a better diet.

If you’ve been thinking of feeding raw but have concerns about all the complexities in getting it right (such as calcium to phosphorous ratios and all manner of percentage calculations), or you simply don’t have the time or inclination to chop up organs, then Eureka is a great alternative.

I realise this review is positively glowing, but if you’ve read how negative I am about most dog foods in Australia, then you’ll understand why I really think Eureka is a great option for your dog.

Where to buy?

Eureka is only available direct from their website here. This allows them to create a better quality product and keep it affordable for us as the consumer (i.e. it cuts out the costs of a retailer).

As a special bonus to you guys, I arranged a deal with Eureka to get you a free Welcome Pack valued at over $50 on your first purchase if you subscribe to a 1.8kg bag or larger.

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Eureka Welcome Pack Deal

The Welcome Pack includes a Gut Helper (valued $32.90), occupier Goat Horn treat (valued $11.90), and Eureka silicone collapsible Scoop with clip ($9.99):

What about the Eureka dog treats?

The Eureka range of dog treats are as good as the dog food itself, so well worth mentioning.

Generally air or freeze-dried dog treats are expensive, but if you want to boost your dog’s nutrition then they’re still a good choice – just don’t overfeed them.

If you’re feeding your dog a food without liver, then what better way to offer them this wonderfully nutritious organ than with an air-dried treat? Far less yucky than fresh liver!

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Eureka dog food and treats

If you read the best-rated dog treats page you’ll see I rate the Eureka treats very highly. The reason for this is because they’re (1) Australian, (2) very high quality, and (3) very nutritious.

What about the Eureka supplements?

2023 saw the introduction of a range of supplements. All are priced competitively compared to other brands of supplements.

Below are descriptions of the three Eureka supplements, and how they may benefit your dog:

Gut Helper

Maintaining a healthy gut microbiome is essential for your dog to get the most from whatever food they eat. A healthy gut equals a healthy dog, it’s that simple.

The Gut Helper supplement from Eureka is a combination of probiotics and prebiotics which work together to promote the growth of beneficial microorganisms in your dog’s gut.

Whether your dog seems in optimum health, or if they have a history of digestive issues, adding such a supplement to their diet can only be beneficial. It will likely boost their health, energy levels, and immune system.

Joint & Mobility Bone Broth

Many dogs suffer poor joint health and osteoarthritis in their elder years, especially if they started life on a poor quality dog food – even before you adopted them as a puppy.

The Eureka supplement for joints is a combination of probiotics, glucosamine, chondroitin, and rose hip to help alleviate pain in your dog’s joints or prevent arthritis occurring in later years.

You simply use the supplement as a meal topper, and this can only be beneficial for the health of your dog.

Skin, Coat & Nails Bone Broth

As a dehydrated bone broth (like the joint supplement above) this will already have benefits to your dog’s health.

The addition of DHA, biotin, and manganese will help your dog maintain a healthy, glossy coat, and strong nails (or claws!)

DHA is an omega-3 which has a range of health benefits, supporting brain development, eyesight, joint health, and immune support as well as skin and coat health.

Biotin (vitamin B7) is something many dogs are deficient in, with the result being dry and itchy skin, dull coat, and brittle nails. Adding biotin as a supplement prevents this, and also helps your dog metabolise fats, proteins, and carbs.

Manganese boosts your dog’s formation of bones and cartilage, which is why it’s included in this beneficial supplement.

Common questions about Eureka dog food

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I find Eureka dog food dry and crumbly compared to other air-dried foods

Dog food manufacturers can add ingredients to a product to make it more appealing to us as consumers, or to encourage our dogs to eat a product. One example is glycerin, which isn’t found in Eureka but is found in other air-dried dog foods in Australia. Glycerin is a high-sugar sweetener used in some dog foods, treats, and canned products, and generally considered by pet owners as unhealthy. Not including glycerin may mean the food is more dry and crumbly, or you may find your dog less-enthusiastic without such a sweetener, but it is healthier for your dog.

How much is Eureka dog food?

As a subscription dog food it is not as easy to figure out how much it will cost you. As a high-end air-dried dog food you will find Eureka similar in price to similar air-dried dog foods like ZIWI Peak.


Ingredients of Eureka dog food (at the time of writing):

Wild boar (Meat, liver, Heart, Lung, kidney, finely ground bone), Free Range Chicken (meat, Liver, Heart, Lung, finely ground Bone, Cartilage), Salmon Oil, Apple Fibre, Lecithin, Green Lipped Mussel, Flax Meal, Chia Seed, Free Range Eggs, Broccoli, Vitamin & Minerals, Sea Salt, Blueberry, Kelp,  Citric Acid, Chicory Root (Inulin), Mixed Tocopherols, Turmeric, Postbiotic (blend of Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Bifdbacterium animalis ssp. Lactis, Lactobacillus plantarum)

Guaranteed analysis

Guaranteed analysis of Eureka dog food (at the time of writing):

Protein(min) 37%
Fat(min) 25%
Crude Fibre(max) 2%
Carbohydrates(max) 6% (listed on website)

* Please note I will receive a commission if this coupon code is used (which helps me keep Pet Food Reviews up and running, so thank you).

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9.5 Total Score
Eureka dog food review

If you've heard how good ZIWI Peak is, then Eureka is the Australian made and owned equivalent, and it's possibly better!

  • Excellent whole-prey ingredients which should really boost the health and wellbeing of your dog!
  • No bad ingredients whatsoever.

David D'Angelo

David D'Angelo has worked as a scientist since graduating with a BSc (Hons) in 2000. In addition, David holds a CPD accredited Diploma in Pet Nutrition as well as being CPD accredited VSA (Veterinary Support Assistant). However, his experience and involvement in the pet food industry for 15+ years has given true insight into pet food, formulations, science, research, and pet food marketing. Facebook | LinkedIn | Instagram | Pinterest

  1. Thank you for these reviews. I have been feeding my dog Scratch because it’s more affordable but I’ve since added Lyka and now I’m trying Eureka. We seem to live in an area with many unfriendly plants and my dog’s skin gets irritated. I’m hoping better food might help him, as well as the products from the vet. All that to say I’m grateful for your knowledge and time and energy. Thanks for your work, it’s a huge help in navigating a tricky industry.

  2. Yeah i dont know how i feel about all the added seeds and oils.
    Not only are they species appropriate foods these would most definatley become rancid and oxidised once exposed to O@, and cause inflammation.

    Not sold on it.

  3. I went to their website last year after reading this review and was totally put off by their interface – I’ve since gone back and put in an order for the samples on the 2nd jan and received them on the 9th Jan, and that’s in WA!
    The new website is A LOT better! More simple without having to jump through hoops to get prices etc.
    more importantly, my extremely fussy chihuahua whose only tolerated eating lamb Woof freeze dried food for the past year tried the boar and chicken and was obsessed! So that’s a win in my books. I will definitely be getting their subscription as they are currently offering free treats FOR LIFE with every new subscription. Win win

  4. I was keen to try this, just a note that the coupon code PFR30 does not work anymore.

  5. Thank you for this fantastic website and all the work that you do. It has been my go to since we’ve had our girl 4 years ago and now we’ve got 2 pups!

    We fed them Orijen based on your review and they are doing really great, but with the constant supply issues we are thinking of switching to a different brand. Looking at Eureka vs Orijen, curious to know if you think the two brands are comparable?

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      Pet Food Reviews (Australia) December 2, 2023 at 12:41 am

      Hi Phoebe, both excellent brands and there’s no reason you can’t feed both (assuming you can get hold of Orijen).

  6. Edit to my earlier post. I have started feeding my dog the Wild Board and Chicken afer testing the samples. He absolutely loves it and is thriving. It is such an easy feed for me to give him knowing that in my opinion he is eating an excellent food. His coat has improved, his teeth are clean and he is full of energy. Love this.

  7. I am going to try my dog on Eureka. I have the samples and he seems to love it. If you live on the Sunshine Coast the Natural Vets at Forest Glen sell it. No waiting on postage which is convenient.

  8. Eureka is an amazing dog food – can’t fault the ingredients, only whole real food and no fillers, and my dog loves it. Any negative comments about the website and ordering are outdated as the new website is very user friendly: order by subscription for a discount, or buy just a bag; enter your dogs stats for an estimate, or don’t. Free delivery for orders over $59. And you can get three small bags as a sample for just the cost of delivery ($5). The company only launched in 2022 so some things like the website and ordering took time to iron out, but that’s all sorted now.

  9. $451.35 for 7.5kg of dog food!?!? I’d LOVE to be able to treat my dogs that well. Not in this lifetime.

  10. Thank you so much for all the work you put into these reviews. I have just started my boys on Eureka. The only thing for me that would make this product better, is if they offered a more allergy-friendly version by having a single protein option. eg. Kangaroo only formula instead of kangaroo + lamb. I have messaged them on facebook to make this suggestion so fingers crossed in the future this happens because there is so many people out there in the same boat screaming for a product like this. 🙂

    • Eureka for Eureka! And for pet food reviews and bringing this to my attention!

      Just realised today that you can comment on your website and say thanks for all the great content you provide!

      For those looking for a better version of ziwi peak and Australian Eureka is the way to go IMHO.

  11. @PFA

    “Hi Lisa, other people have said the same. If it helps, then it’s possible to cancel a recurring order so you can buy a single bag”

    But why should we go through all this hassle when lots of people are time poor? Its easy for other companies to sell dog food, but not for this company apparently. . I have also been put off buying the stuff
    Im also sending them an email about this issue.

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      Pet Food Reviews (Australia) July 21, 2023 at 4:43 pm

      Hi Mik, I believe their new website is imminent. Keep in mind they’re a very new company, and some things take time.

  12. I filled out their questionnaire in order to find out pricing. Their algorithm recommended about 860kcal a day which they claimed to be 160g of their product each day… this is highly unlikely to be true for a lightweight dry food. If 36% is protein, thats 77.25g of protein (not a protein source) which would be half of the recommended 160g per day of their products.

    This inconsistency is holding me back from purchasing

  13. Hi there, thanks for the great reviews. I have just started with Eureka so far so good. I was just wondering why the analysis only adds up to 70% ? What is the other 30% I see the protein and fat are minimum % and the others are maximum % … just seems odd can you explain a little further?

    Guaranteed analysis of Eureka dog food (at the time of writing):

    Protein (min) 37%
    Fat (min) 25%
    Crude Fibre (max) 2%
    Carbohydrates (max) 6% (listed on website)

  14. Hi, I saw a lot if people saying they had issues with the website. I found that the problem is the link supplied in your review. Your link takes me straight to the ‘Build a Bowl’ part of the website, which asks for a great deal of information without giving any! However, by going to the website via internet search, I reached the main home page which is far more useful! may I suggest you change the link to this one:
    Otherwise, you’re doing a great job & I use this site almost every month.

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      Pet Food Reviews (Australia) July 12, 2023 at 4:34 pm

      Hi Sue, good feedback, thanks – I’ve updated so the links go to the homepage.

      I believe they’re revamping the website to make it much more user friendly, so hopefully in the coming weeks!

  15. My dogs main meal is in the morning, meaty bones, mince, liver, kefir and more but she has a small meal at night. she has this but I pour hot water on it along with bone broth and let it cool. she has no problems eating it this way (just hanging around looking hopeful while I wait for it to cool!)

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      Pet Food Reviews (Australia) June 22, 2023 at 5:00 pm

      That sounds like a tasty diet Penny! Lucky dogs!

      It might be useful to know hot water (like kettle water) can kill nutrients in a food. There’s some info on it on this experiment write up on the DogZone website. It’s more about kibble than an air-dried food, but interesting nonetheless.

  16. Sounds interesting but geez the crap you have to go through just to purchase is ridiculous … why do they need to know what sort of dog/s I have … I am not interested in giving up all my dogs information I want to see the product and prices and then decide if I want to buy it … I did see prices on another website and wow the price sure puts it out of reach of the average owner …

  17. Now that Ziwi is owned by a Chinese company, I’m giving this a go for our precious boy. Thanks so much for all your hard work that must go into this amazing website.

  18. I’ve also found their web site to be a bad experience, even after going through all the steps it wouldn’t let me complete a purchase. The product sounds like it would be really good so it’s disappointing to see. As a result the company is being damaged by a broken e-commerce solution. They just need to make it, you know, SIMPLER to buy their product. I hope the business owners read these comments!

  19. I bought a few packs in the market and my dog loves them. I usually give her half dry half wet food, the preportioned cold pet mince you can get at Woolies. Typically she’d scarf down the wet food before proceeding onto the kibble. Now she actually alternates during her feed, sometimes preferring to go for the dry first.

  20. Well I really wanted to support an Australian company and the food sounds good.

    But the fact I cant just buy a bag but have to subscribe to repeat deliveries has put me off, especially with multiple dogs.

    I often rotate my dogs food and dont want to be locked in to feeding one thing.

    Such a shame their only option is ‘build a bowl’ and not just allow customers to buy bags of it.

    • I am a subscriber, and I change mine around all the time. Sometimes i only order enough as a topper, other times as the whole meal (when camping). I get an email three days before the cutoff day, and I can change my frequency, recipe, amount and even put on hold. I personally find that very flexible, and the email reminds me to check my stocks. I hate running out

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      Pet Food Reviews (Australia) January 12, 2023 at 6:12 pm

      Hi Lisa, other people have said the same. If it helps, then it’s possible to cancel a recurring order so you can buy a single bag.

  21. Just went to their website to find out more. Couldnt get any information without filling in their never-ending questions and then, at the point where it asked what the dogs primary food source was, the system froze and refused to go to step 4. What a confusing ridiculous waste of time. In addition I have 3 dogs so one dogs circumstances are not going to apply to all of them & I really wouldnt want to go through the whole thing 3 times even if it ever got beyond page3 of the questions. Reading reviews it seems the results are not helpful anyway. They are not doing themselves any favours with their dodgy system. Sadly I will have to move on.

  22. I purchased Eureka Chicken and Boar through the promotion link on this page a couple of months back. My 9 month Pomeranian did eat it but not with the same enthusiasm as Ziwi Peak. This product is more cost effective than Ziwi though and I do like that it contains some other ingredients like blueberries and isn’t just purely meat, organ and bone based. We tried the kangaroo next but he isn’t partial to that at all. The company is excellent though. I reached out to them and they are sending the veal for him to try as a replacement. Hoping the veal is a go. You can cancel or put subscription in hold at any time too.

  23. After loosing a beautiful dog to canine leukaemia, I started to really look at dog food ingredients and this site really helped! Thank you.

    The first time I looked at Eureka’s web site, the need to enter personal data first put me off and I used other foods. Eventually I retried Eureka’s web site due to your glowing endorsement, the environmental factors involved in manufacturing and the wish to protect my dogs’ health. I signed up for regular shipments of which I have received two months worth so far. They provide very specific feeding quantities for my two dogs of different ages and activity levels. I’m glad I ordered two varieties but I feed one at a time to both dogs.

    My dogs weight and energy levels have been excellent with Eureka as 50% of their diet – to keep costs down a little. Each shipment comes with a printout of the dogs name and how much to feed plus estimated costs per day, a very professional idea. This information can be checked or orders altered any time by logging in.

    They send one variety at a time although I requested both be sent together. Living in a rural area means I have to drive into town to collect parcels and hoped to avoid multiple trips. I changed shipment dates to help with this.

    My first shipment came with one goat horn between two dogs. They both enjoyed it and I’d like to order more but they are not available through the web site. Pity!

    And yes, it is expensive because it’s high quality. I just have to remember the weeks of heartbreak watching my beautiful Daisy becoming more unwell and listless to not regret any efforts I can make to give my other dogs a happier and healthier life.

    • Yes you can just buy one small bag (500 grams) as a bag of treat size. They have 3 budget options for you to choose. Full/half/treat. I ordered a treat size for my 7 kgs Malshi boy. Let’s see if he likes it or not. If he does, I will upgrade to a bigger one. If he doesn’t i will cancel my subscription. It’s so easy. No worry the company won’t charge you extra. You just have to cancel it before the next delivery.

  24. So far so good! My dog seems to love Eureka food. No tummy issues. They also use chelated minerals.
    Customer service is good and they are very helpful with any questions.
    Works out to be slightly cheaper than Ziwi, with slightly bigger biscuits and less crumbly. So there is not a whole lot of wasted biscuits which have turned into crumbs at the bottom of the bag.
    Also happy to support an Australian business.
    Overall impressed by this Eureka

  25. As an avid reader of your website and someone who likes to feed high quality food to their pets, I was interested in this purchasing some samples of this new dog food. However…as soon as I went to their site to check out the ingredients, protein/fat data and pricing I got hit with an immediate ‘ENTER YOUR INFO HERE’ pop up which immediately irritated me. After navigating around it to the actual website and getting hit again with a 2nd prompt to ‘sign up’, I got more irritated. I read through the info about each of the 3 formulas and tried to find out more about pricing…only to be hit AGAIN with an ‘ENTER YOUR INFO HERE BEFORE WE GIVE YOU PRICING INFO’. Apart from immediately turning me off from giving this food a try, this bothered me greatly on a moral level. If a food is so good, then why the constant hard sell and hurdles to even get pricing info? Even if the company is super trustworthy and high quality, this experience has turned me off and as such I won’t be pursuing it further. Why even post this experience here you ask? To warn others that might be in the same position as me that the experience of enquiring isn’t worth the irritation. Good quality food sells itself in customer referral and not aggressive sales tactics.
    Kind regards, Sarah

    • I read the great reviews here and went to their website to buy some. In short, it is a truly awful experience. The site asks me to fill in countless irrelevant fields, there’s no pricing (I’m fine with the price but good to know), and then at the end it looks like the only option is a subscription. It’s all very frustrating, unintuitive, poorly designed, etc etc. People just want to choose some food, pay for it, and then get it delivered

      • Exactly the same experience. Read FAQ, it says ‘below is the price’, but there is not. I don’t want to give all the detail they ask for before I know the price, so I will not be buying from there.

    • I second this review. I wanted to buy a single smaller pack to give it a try. I couldn’t get past the “sign up here” so I have given up.

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      Pet Food Reviews (Australia) November 6, 2022 at 4:59 pm

      Hi Sarah, these are very good points and others have felt the same. I know Richard and Tara who own Eureka are aware how the tailored subscription model is not working for some, so maybe we’ll see a change in how their website works in the future.

      • Thanks for the reply. I apologize for having sounded so negative, but I felt it warranted an honest comment. I’m sure the owners are lovely people and I don’t doubt your word that it is a high quality feed, but the heavy sales push and model are are huge turn off. Keep up your great reviews! xx

  26. Nope I won’t be buying from there. No information about company just launches into signing up!

  27. The website is recommending 2 x 1.8kg of the wild boar and chicken recipe for my 30kg greyhound. Is that right? Seems like a lot for air-dried food.

  28. Hmm, was all ready to give this food a try. Just wanted a small bag to see if my dog would eat it but was given no choice. Just hard sell about a bag being delivered every 3-4 weeks and requesting credit card details. I only pay for online purchases by PayPal and I don’t want regular deliveries. For this company to succeed I think they need to look at better marketing.

  29. Hi there, is it possible to find out a price or even an indication? When I go to the site I can’t see price, just launches straight into sign up. Unfortunately budget is a factor when choosing what/how to feed my dog and if its not within my range it would be good to know before signing up and no doubt receiving junk mail related to it for the rest of my life
    I also don’t want to go through the sign up process to yet another dog food company that eventually tells me does not deliver to FNQ.
    Thanks in advance

    • Hi Nona,

      We definitely deliver to FNQ. Our prices differ depending on the amount ordered and the recipes. If you email me at I can provide more info regarding this.

      Many thanks

      • Have been trying to order small bag on your website but can’t even get pasted dog breed section. I have a Cavashon ie cavieler King Charles x Bichon frise female one yr old very popular in USA . Most annoying website needing to know all this info.
        Don’t want to buy large bags as like to try before committing to regular orders. What do you suggest I do ..I would like to see your ordering system simplified as at present reading reviews a lot of lost customers

      • I tried two bags, different flavours, for my two dogs. Neither would eat unfortunately so sticking with Ziwipeak and spd air.

        • Pet Food Reviews (Australia) January 21, 2023 at 7:15 pm

          Hi Katrina, did you try mixing Eureka with the previous ZIWI Peak? Sometimes it takes some time for a dog to adjust to a new food. Mixing it with something to entice them is another option, such as some tuna, broth, etc.

    • For anything ever I always use a fake name, fake phone and fake email. Once I get everything I want only than do I replace it with my real details.

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      Pet Food Reviews (Australia) August 23, 2022 at 6:21 pm

      Hi Nona, I’ve just passed on your comment to Eureka as I think you’re right – it would be useful for delivery and price info to be more readily available. As an air-dried food it works out similar to Ziwi Peak.

  30. So far my dogs don’t seem thrilled by it. The pieces are large but very crumbly and tend to make quiet the mess on carpet.

    The dogs tongues move around a lot during eating to spit out small amounts of the fibres? maybe.

    I will go to the kitchen and see if they ate any of it last night, I put both flavours in seperate tiny plates.

    When they go to the toilet one final time they usually pick at what’s left.

    The plates were both untouched.

    Since getting it they’ve eaten maybe 6 pieces total. Which is a very small amount for them and usually a very good indicator that their not enjoying it.

  31. Hi
    I can’t find this dog food anywhere! Do you know who is selling it?

    • Reply
      Pet Food Reviews (Australia) August 5, 2022 at 7:55 pm

      Hi Emma, apologies – I’ve now added a link at the top and a “Where to buy” section, and also worked out a $50 off coupon for first purchase!

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