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Starter Pack - 3x 800g

Starter Pack - 3x 800g

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 Start your pup's Eureka journey with our Starter Pack and enjoy a 15% discount!


This pack includes a total of 3x 800g bags. One of each Eureka Recipe - the ultimate high protein, wild caught feast for your furry friend!

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Wild Venison Meat

Naturally lean & extremely high in protein, ethically harvested Australian wild venison provides a huge nutritional boost to your dog’s diet.

 

Loaded with iron, vitamin B3, B2, B6 and high concentrations of omega-3 fatty acids, wild venison is a nutrient dense protein with full spectrum health benefits from cardiovascular to mobility and immune function. As a novel (i.e. less commonly available) protein, wild venison can also be a fantastic option for dogs who may have sensitivities to beef, pork or chicken.

Grass Fed Lamb

With abundant healthy fats, our grass-fed lamb is ideal for healthy muscle, skin and coat development. Lamb also contains high levels of iron to assist in the creation of haemoglobin and blood cells. Rich in zinc, lamb can also support a healthy immune system.

Lamb Tripe

Tripe is great for your dog’s digestion. The juices from green tripe are full of digestive enzymes and beneficial bacteria. Tripe is full of nutrients: minerals, amino acids and essential fatty acids such as Manganese, iron, potassium, zinc, copper, manganese and selenium, B complex vitamins and Vitamins A, C, D and E.

Wild Venison Organs & Bone

Includes wild venison liver, heart, lung, kidney and finely ground bone. Venison offal is rich in Vitamin A which supports improved vision and a healthy immune system in dogs. Liver is also high in protein and iron and rich in essential minerals like zinc, iron, and selenium.

Apple Fibre

Apples are abundant in vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, and antioxidants. They possess high fibre content, particularly in the peels, which aids in weight management and facilitates digestion in dogs. Apples contain pectin, a type of fibre that acts as a prebiotic in Your dog's gut microbiome, and a healthy gut is often key to better health. Since dietary fibre cannot be digested, pectin reaches your colon intact, promoting the growth of good bacteria.

Salmon Oil

Salmon oil provides remarkable benefits for dogs. It serves as a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, which play a crucial role in promoting healthy skin and a lustrous coat. Additionally, salmon oil exhibits anti-inflammatory properties, supporting optimal joint health and reducing inflammation. Moreover, its omega-3 content contributes to cardiovascular health and aids cognitive function in dogs, making it a scientifically beneficial addition to their diet.

Read more here.

Broccoli

Broccoli is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, and dietary fibre. It contains Vitamin K, which promotes bone density, Vitamin C for disease prevention, and potassium for heart health. Broccoli may also aid in cancer prevention and reduces chronic inflammation.

Free Range Eggs

Not only does chicken pack a protein punch, it’s highest digestible and abundant in the vital nutrients and amino acids crucial for strong muscles, healthy skin and a beautiful glossy coat. With vitamins B6 and B12 to support energy levels and a healthy immune system.

Chia Seed

Rich in antioxidants and fibre, these tiny seeds pack a nutrient punch! Featuring powerful vitamins and minerals like phosphorus, iron, zinc, potassium, and magnesium. They retain water, aiding hydration and digestion, benefiting blood sugar and weight management. Ideal for diabetic and overweight dogs.

 

Dogs need omega-3 fatty acids to balance out omega-6 fatty acids and Omega-3s also help lower inflammation in the body. Chia is well known as a source of omega-3 fatty acids … and it’s said to have 3 times the amount of omega-3 fatty acids as salmon.

Green Lipped Mussel

Green-Lipped Mussel, found off New Zealand's coasts, gets its name from the green edges of its shell. It is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, including EPA and DHA, and uniquely contains ETA, an omega-3 fatty acid not found in oily fish. ETA has demonstrated the ability to block pain signals in the body, akin to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.

 

Green-lipped mussels also contain high levels of glucosamine. Research has proven that they reduce arthritis symptoms in dogs … and they’ve been well researched and proven to reduce arthritis symptoms in people and animals.

Blueberries

Blueberries – a delectable superfood! Offering a potent dose of antioxidants that safeguard cells against free radical damage. Low in calories yet rich in fibre, blueberries are also packed with Vitamins A, C, and K, Which helps to fortify the immune system and contribute to your dog’s well-being and contentment.

Kelp

Kelp is a fibre, protein, and amino acid powerhouse supporting digestion, thyroid function, and tissue repair. Magnesium and potassium contribute to energy production and overall bodily function. Kelp is excellent for skin conditions, a top source of iodine for hormone production, preventing metabolic disruptions and thyroid enlargement.

Sea Salt

Flaxseeds

Flaxseeds are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids for healthy skin, coat, and joints. Also high in fibre, promoting digestion and regular bowel movements. This wonderful seed also contains lignans, vital antioxidants that contribute to overall canine wellness.

Vitamins & Minerals

Additional boosted mix including vitamins (A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, C, D3, E, Biotin, Choline) and minerals (Calcium, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Potassium, Zinc).

 

We are currently undertaking nutritional testing to determine whether we need to supplement our EUREKA diets with additional vitamins and minerals. We use a combination of wild caught meats and high quality, natural ingredients and because of this we believe, that it is not necessary to supplement with vitamins and minerals. However, the testing process is a lengthy one that needs to take into consideration seasonal variation in our wild caught meats and the impact this has on the nutritional profiles in our diets. In the meantime, to ensure that we meet the nutritional levels established by AAFCO (Association of American Feed Control Officials) and deliver a high quality we will continue to supplement vitamins and minerals across all diets.

Chicory Root (Inulin)

Chicory is not only beneficial for humans but can also be a valuable addition to a dog's diet, promoting digestive health and overall well-being. It’s root, naturally rich in inulin, serves as a natural prebiotic, nourishing beneficial gut bacteria and enhancing the immune system.

Citric Acid

Rosemary Extract

Postbiotic

Benefits

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Over 90% real meat, organs & bone! Ethically harvested and naturally low carbon wild venison from the Alpine regions of Victoria and New South Wales with Australian lamb raised exclusively on lush pasture, plus green lipped mussel.

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No fillers, no nonsense. Free from artificial preservatives, glycerin, and rendered meat or meals.

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Use as a complete and balanced meal, a nutritious topper, or a delicious treat.

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Supported by a purposeful blend of 10% fruits, vegetables and seeds. From omega rich skin & coat supporting salmon oil, to anti-inflammatory blueberries and fibre rich flaxseeds.

Nutritional Data

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein
Min 37%
Crude Fat
Min 28%
Crude Fibre
Max 2%
Moisture
Max 14%
Ash
Max 9%
NFE (Carbohydrate)
Max 6%
Calorie Content
541.5kcal/100g

Vitamins (A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, C, D3, E, Biotin, Choline) Minerals (Calcium, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Potassium, Zinc)

Also contains: Postbiotic (Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Bifdbacterium animalis ssp. Lactis, Lactobacillus plantarum), lecitihin, citric acid, mixed tocopherols (natural anti-oxidant).

Wild Boar Meat

Wild boar meat is a rich source of protein, which helps keep the dogs' muscles and organs functioning properly and provides energy for physical activity. It also aids a dog's growth and development and maintains skin and coat health. Wild boar meat is rich in monounsaturated fats, which is an excellent source of energy for dogs.

Free Range Chicken Meat, Organs & Bone

Includes liver, heart, tripe, kidney, lung, and finely ground bone. Organs are highly nutritious for dogs, packed with essential vitamins and minerals that promote overall health. They provide vital nutrients like vitamin A, iron, and B vitamins, supporting immune function, energy production, and skin and coat health. They are also abundant natural sources of amino acids, crucial for heart and muscle health in dogs

Wild Boar Organs & Bone

Includes liver, heart, kidney, lung and finely ground bone. On top of being a source of premium quality protein and fat, organ meats are plentiful sources of vitamins A, B, D and E, as well as minerals like copper, iron, phosphorus, selenium and zinc. All of these are essential for the health of your dog.

Salmon Oil

Salmon oil provides remarkable benefits for dogs. It serves as a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, which play a crucial role in promoting healthy skin and a lustrous coat. Additionally, salmon oil exhibits anti-inflammatory properties, supporting optimal joint health and reducing inflammation. Moreover, its omega-3 content contributes to cardiovascular health and aids cognitive function in dogs, making it a scientifically beneficial addition to their diet. Read more

Apple Fibre

Apples are abundant in vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, and antioxidants. They possess high fibre content, particularly in the peels, which aids in weight management and facilitates digestion in dogs. Apples contain pectin, a type of fibre that acts as a prebiotic in Your dog's gut microbiome, and a healthy gut is often key to better health. Since dietary fibre cannot be digested, pectin reaches your colon intact, promoting the growth of good bacteria.

Broccoli

Broccoli is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, and dietary fibre. It contains Vitamin K, which promotes bone density, Vitamin C for disease prevention, and potassium for heart health. Broccoli may also aid in cancer prevention and reduces chronic inflammation. Read more

Free Range Eggs

Eggs are a powerful addition to your pup's diet, offering a complete array of amino acids. Rich in the protein needed for skin cell regeneration, hair growth, and muscle repair. Minerals in eggs include selenium for thyroid and immune system function, as well as choline, which supports brain health and aids in the treatment of seizures in dogs. Eggshells provide a great boost of calcium. A whole egg, with shell and membrane included, is almost a complete food source for your dog. The phosphorus and calcium help your dog to grow strong bones and teeth, and an egg contains almost all of the amino acids your dog needs to stay healthy. For arthritic dogs, a 2016 study found that eggshell membranes significantly reduced joint pain in 51 dogs with joint issues.

Chia Seed

Rich in antioxidants and fibre, these tiny seeds pack a nutrient punch! Featuring powerful vitamins and minerals like phosphorus, iron, zinc, potassium, and magnesium. They retain water, aiding hydration and digestion, benefiting blood sugar and weight management. Ideal for diabetic and overweight dogs. Dogs need omega-3 fatty acids to balance out omega-6 fatty acids and Omega-3s also help lower inflammation in the body. Chia is well known as a source of omega-3 fatty acids … and it’s said to have 3 times the amount of omega-3 fatty acids as salmon.

Green Lipped Mussel

Green-Lipped Mussel, found off New Zealand's coasts, gets its name from the green edges of its shell. It is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, including EPA and DHA, and uniquely contains ETA, an omega-3 fatty acid not found in oily fish. ETA has demonstrated the ability to block pain signals in the body, akin to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Green lipped mussels also contain high levels of glucosamine. Research has proven that they reduce arthritis symptoms in dogs … and they’ve been well researched and proven to reduce arthritis symptoms in people and animals.

Kelp

Kelp is a fibre, protein, and amino acid powerhouse supporting digestion, thyroid function, and tissue repair. Magnesium and potassium contribute to energy production and overall bodily function. Kelp is excellent for skin conditions, a top source of iodine for hormone production, preventing metabolic disruptions and thyroid enlargement.

Blueberries

Blueberries – a delectable superfood! Offering a potent dose of antioxidants that safeguard cells against free radical damage. Low in calories yet rich in fibre, blueberries are also packed with Vitamins A, C, and K, Which helps to fortify the immune system and contribute to your dog’s well-being and contentment.

Sea Salt

Lecithin

Flaxseeds

Flaxseeds are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids for healthy skin, coat, and joints. Also high in fibre, promoting digestion and regular bowel movements. This wonderful seed also contains lignans, vital antioxidants that contribute to overall canine wellness.

Chicory Root (Inulin)

Chicory is not only beneficial for humans but can also be a valuable addition to a dog's diet, promoting digestive health and overall well-being. It’s root, naturally rich in inulin, serves as a natural prebiotic, nourishing beneficial gut bacteria and enhancing the immune system.

Rosemary Extract

Postbiotics

Turmeric

Turmeric, native to the Middle East and Southeast Asia, packs remarkable health benefits for your pup. With anti-inflammatory and cancer-fighting properties, its curcumin content makes it ideal for dogs with osteoarthritis and painful joints. Additionally, turmeric's blood-thinning ability can aid in reducing blood clots.

Benefits

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Over 90% real meat, organs & bone! Ethically harvested sustainable wild boar from the western ranges of New South Wales, free-range chicken & green-lipped mussel.

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Use as a complete and balanced meal, a nutritious topper, or a delicious treat.

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No fillers, no nonsense. Free from artificial preservatives, glycerin, and rendered meat or meals.

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Boosted with the anti-inflammatory power of turmeric and omega rich salmon oil to support healthy joints and mobility - perfect for senior dogs!

Nutritional Data

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein
Min 37%
Crude Fat
Min 25%
Crude Fibre
Min 2%
Moisture
Min 14%
Ash
Min 10%
NFE (Carbohydrate)
Min 6%
Calorie Content
511.9 ME (Kcal/100g)

Vitamins (A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, C, D3, E, Biotin, Choline)

Also contains: Postbiotic (Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Bifdbacterium animalis ssp. Lactis, Lactobacillus plantarum), lecitihin, citric acid, mixed tocopherols (natural anti-oxidant).

Wild Kangaroo Meat

Kangaroo is a powerhouse of benefits for your pup. It's exceptionally low in fat, yet rich in protein, hypoallergenic, and easily digestible. Ideal for dogs with pancreatitis, diabetes, GI sensitivities, or obesity, kangaroo is also packed with Vitamin B, Omega 3s, iron, and zinc, promoting energy, a healthy coat, optimal blood health, and a strong immune system.

Grass Fed Lamb Meat & Organs

(Meat, Liver, Heart, Kidney, Lung, Finely Ground Bone),

With abundant healthy fats, our grass fed lamb is ideal for healthy muscle, skin and coat development. Lamb also contains high levels of iron to assist in the creation of haemoglobin and blood cells. Rich in zinc, lamb can also support a healthy immune system.

Wild Kangaroo Organs & Bone

Includes liver, heart, kidney, lung and finely ground bone. Organs are highly nutritious for dogs, packed with essential vitamins and minerals that promote overall health. They provide vital nutrients like vitamin A, iron, and B vitamins, supporting immune function, energy production, and skin and coat health. They are also abundant natural sources of amino acids, crucial for heart and muscle health in dogs.Tripe is great for your dog’s digestion. The juices from green tripe are full of digestive enzymes and beneficial bacteria. Tripe is full of nutrients: minerals, amino acids and essential fatty acids such as Manganese, iron, potassium, zinc, copper, manganese and selenium, B complex vitamins and Vitamins A, C, D and E.

Apple Fibre

Apples are abundant in vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, and antioxidants. They possess high fibre content, particularly in the peels, which aids in weight management and facilitates digestion in dogs. Apples contain pectin, a type of fibre that acts as a prebiotic in Your dog's gut microbiome, and a healthy gut is often key to better health. Since dietary fibre cannot be digested, pectin reaches your colon intact, promoting the growth of good bacteria.

Salmon Oil

Salmon oil provides remarkable benefits for dogs. It serves as a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, which play a crucial role in promoting healthy skin and a lustrous coat. Additionally, salmon oil exhibits anti-inflammatory properties, supporting optimal joint health and reducing inflammation. Moreover, its omega-3 content contributes to cardiovascular health and aids cognitive function in dogs, making it a scientifically beneficial addition to their diet. Read more

Broccoli

Broccoli is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, and dietary fibre. It contains Vitamin K, which promotes bone density, Vitamin C for disease prevention, and potassium for heart health. Broccoli may also aid in cancer prevention and reduces chronic inflammation. Read more

Free Range Eggs

Eggs are a powerful addition to your pup's diet, offering a complete array of amino acids. Rich in the protein needed for skin cell regeneration, hair growth, and muscle repair. Minerals in eggs include selenium for thyroid and immune system function, as well as choline, which supports brain health and aids in the treatment of seizures in dogs. Eggshells provide a great boost of calcium. A whole egg, with shell and membrane included, is almost a complete food source for your dog. The phosphorus and calcium help your dog to grow strong bones and teeth, and an egg contains almost all of the amino acids your dog needs to stay healthy. For arthritic dogs, a 2016 study found that eggshell membranes significantly reduced joint pain in 51 dogs with joint issues.

Chia Seed

Rich in antioxidants and fibre, these tiny seeds pack a nutrient punch! Featuring powerful vitamins and minerals like phosphorus, iron, zinc, potassium, and magnesium. They retain water, aiding hydration and digestion, benefiting blood sugar and weight management. Ideal for diabetic and overweight dogs. Dogs need omega-3 fatty acids to balance out omega-6 fatty acids and Omega-3s also help lower inflammation in the body. Chia is well known as a source of omega-3 fatty acids … and it’s said to have 3 times the amount of omega-3 fatty acids as salmon.

Green Lipped Mussel

Green-Lipped Mussel, found off New Zealand's coasts, gets its name from the green edges of its shell. It is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, including EPA and DHA, and uniquely contains ETA, an omega-3 fatty acid not found in oily fish. ETA has demonstrated the ability to block pain signals in the body, akin to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Green lipped mussels also contain high levels of glucosamine. Research has proven that they reduce arthritis symptoms in dogs … and they’ve been well researched and proven to reduce arthritis symptoms in people and animals.

Kelp

Kelp is a fibre, protein, and amino acid powerhouse supporting digestion, thyroid function, and tissue repair. Magnesium and potassium contribute to energy production and overall bodily function. Kelp is excellent for skin conditions, a top source of iodine for hormone production, preventing metabolic disruptions and thyroid enlargement.

Blueberries

Blueberries – a delectable superfood! Offering a potent dose of antioxidants that safeguard cells against free radical damage. Low in calories yet rich in fibre, blueberries are also packed with Vitamins A, C, and K, Which helps to fortify the immune system and contribute to your dog’s well-being and contentment.

Sea Salt

Flaxseeds

Flaxseeds are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids for healthy skin, coat, and joints. Also high in fibre, promoting digestion and regular bowel movements. This wonderful seed also contains lignans, vital antioxidants that contribute to overall canine wellness.

Lecithin

Benefits

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Over 90% real meat, organs & bone! Ethically harvested wild kangaroo from across New South Wales and Victoria plus always pasture raised Australian lamb.

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Green-lipped mussel as a natural source of glucosamine for joint health

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No fillers, no nonsense. Free from artificial preservatives, glycerin, and rendered meat or meals.

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Supported by a purposeful blend of 10% fruits, vegetables and seeds. From omega rich skin & coat supporting salmon oil, to anti-inflammatory blueberries and fibre rich flaxseeds.

Nutritional Data

Guaranteed Analysis

Crude Protein
Min 37%
Crude Fat
Min 28%
Crude Fibre
Min 2%
Moisture
Max 14%
Ash
Max 9%
NFE (Carbohydrate)
Max 6%
Calorie Content
548.9 ME (Kcal/100g)

Vitamins (A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, C, D3, E, Biotin, Choline) Minerals (Calcium, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Potassium, Zinc)

 

Also contains: Postbiotic (Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Bifdbacterium animalis ssp. Lactis, Lactobacillus plantarum), lecitihin, citric acid, mixed tocopherols (natural anti-oxidant).

Naturally lean & extremely high in protein, ethically harvested Australian wild venison provides a huge nutritional boost to your dog’s diet.

 

Loaded with iron, vitamin B3, B2, B6 and high concentrations of omega-3 fatty acids, wild venison is a nutrient dense protein with full spectrum health benefits from cardiovascular to mobility and immune function. As a novel (i.e. less commonly available) protein, wild venison can also be a fantastic option for dogs who may have sensitivities to beef, pork or chicken.

With abundant healthy fats, our grass-fed lamb is ideal for healthy muscle, skin and coat development. Lamb also contains high levels of iron to assist in the creation of haemoglobin and blood cells. Rich in zinc, lamb can also support a healthy immune system.

Tripe is great for your dog’s digestion. The juices from green tripe are full of digestive enzymes and beneficial bacteria. Tripe is full of nutrients: minerals, amino acids and essential fatty acids such as Manganese, iron, potassium, zinc, copper, manganese and selenium, B complex vitamins and Vitamins A, C, D and E.

Includes wild venison liver, heart, lung, kidney and finely ground bone. Venison offal is rich in Vitamin A which supports improved vision and a healthy immune system in dogs. Liver is also high in protein and iron and rich in essential minerals like zinc, iron, and selenium.

Apples are abundant in vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, and antioxidants. They possess high fibre content, particularly in the peels, which aids in weight management and facilitates digestion in dogs. Apples contain pectin, a type of fibre that acts as a prebiotic in Your dog's gut microbiome, and a healthy gut is often key to better health. Since dietary fibre cannot be digested, pectin reaches your colon intact, promoting the growth of good bacteria.

Salmon oil provides remarkable benefits for dogs. It serves as a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, which play a crucial role in promoting healthy skin and a lustrous coat. Additionally, salmon oil exhibits anti-inflammatory properties, supporting optimal joint health and reducing inflammation. Moreover, its omega-3 content contributes to cardiovascular health and aids cognitive function in dogs, making it a scientifically beneficial addition to their diet.

Read more here.

Broccoli is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, and dietary fibre. It contains Vitamin K, which promotes bone density, Vitamin C for disease prevention, and potassium for heart health. Broccoli may also aid in cancer prevention and reduces chronic inflammation.

Not only does chicken pack a protein punch, it’s highest digestible and abundant in the vital nutrients and amino acids crucial for strong muscles, healthy skin and a beautiful glossy coat. With vitamins B6 and B12 to support energy levels and a healthy immune system.

Rich in antioxidants and fibre, these tiny seeds pack a nutrient punch! Featuring powerful vitamins and minerals like phosphorus, iron, zinc, potassium, and magnesium. They retain water, aiding hydration and digestion, benefiting blood sugar and weight management. Ideal for diabetic and overweight dogs.

 

Dogs need omega-3 fatty acids to balance out omega-6 fatty acids and Omega-3s also help lower inflammation in the body. Chia is well known as a source of omega-3 fatty acids … and it’s said to have 3 times the amount of omega-3 fatty acids as salmon.

Green-Lipped Mussel, found off New Zealand's coasts, gets its name from the green edges of its shell. It is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, including EPA and DHA, and uniquely contains ETA, an omega-3 fatty acid not found in oily fish. ETA has demonstrated the ability to block pain signals in the body, akin to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.

 

Green-lipped mussels also contain high levels of glucosamine. Research has proven that they reduce arthritis symptoms in dogs … and they’ve been well researched and proven to reduce arthritis symptoms in people and animals.

Blueberries – a delectable superfood! Offering a potent dose of antioxidants that safeguard cells against free radical damage. Low in calories yet rich in fibre, blueberries are also packed with Vitamins A, C, and K, Which helps to fortify the immune system and contribute to your dog’s well-being and contentment.

Kelp is a fibre, protein, and amino acid powerhouse supporting digestion, thyroid function, and tissue repair. Magnesium and potassium contribute to energy production and overall bodily function. Kelp is excellent for skin conditions, a top source of iodine for hormone production, preventing metabolic disruptions and thyroid enlargement.

Flaxseeds are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids for healthy skin, coat, and joints. Also high in fibre, promoting digestion and regular bowel movements. This wonderful seed also contains lignans, vital antioxidants that contribute to overall canine wellness.

Additional boosted mix including vitamins (A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, C, D3, E, Biotin, Choline) and minerals (Calcium, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Potassium, Zinc).

 

We are currently undertaking nutritional testing to determine whether we need to supplement our EUREKA diets with additional vitamins and minerals. We use a combination of wild caught meats and high quality, natural ingredients and because of this we believe, that it is not necessary to supplement with vitamins and minerals. However, the testing process is a lengthy one that needs to take into consideration seasonal variation in our wild caught meats and the impact this has on the nutritional profiles in our diets. In the meantime, to ensure that we meet the nutritional levels established by AAFCO (Association of American Feed Control Officials) and deliver a high quality we will continue to supplement vitamins and minerals across all diets.

Chicory is not only beneficial for humans but can also be a valuable addition to a dog's diet, promoting digestive health and overall well-being. It’s root, naturally rich in inulin, serves as a natural prebiotic, nourishing beneficial gut bacteria and enhancing the immune system.

Benefits

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Over 90% real meat, organs & bone! Ethically harvested and naturally low carbon wild venison from the Alpine regions of Victoria and New South Wales with Australian lamb raised exclusively on lush pasture, plus green lipped mussel.

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No fillers, no nonsense. Free from artificial preservatives, glycerin, and rendered meat or meals.

checked-icon

Use as a complete and balanced meal, a nutritious topper, or a delicious treat.

checked-icon

Supported by a purposeful blend of 10% fruits, vegetables and seeds. From omega rich skin & coat supporting salmon oil, to anti-inflammatory blueberries and fibre rich flaxseeds.

Nutritional Data

Guaranteed Analysis


Crude Protein
Min 37%
Crude Fat
Min 28%
Crude Fibre
Max 2%
Moisture
Max 14%
Ash
Max 9%
NFE (Carbohydrate)
Max 6%
Calorie Content
541.5kcal/100g

Vitamins (A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, C, D3, E, Biotin, Choline) Minerals (Calcium, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Potassium, Zinc)

Also contains: Postbiotic (Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Bifdbacterium animalis ssp. Lactis, Lactobacillus plantarum), lecitihin, citric acid, mixed tocopherols (natural anti-oxidant).

Wild boar meat is a rich source of protein, which helps keep the dogs' muscles and organs functioning properly and provides energy for physical activity. It also aids a dog's growth and development and maintains skin and coat health. Wild boar meat is rich in monounsaturated fats, which is an excellent source of energy for dogs.

Includes liver, heart, tripe, kidney, lung, and finely ground bone. Organs are highly nutritious for dogs, packed with essential vitamins and minerals that promote overall health. They provide vital nutrients like vitamin A, iron, and B vitamins, supporting immune function, energy production, and skin and coat health. They are also abundant natural sources of amino acids, crucial for heart and muscle health in dogs

Includes liver, heart, kidney, lung and finely ground bone. On top of being a source of premium quality protein and fat, organ meats are plentiful sources of vitamins A, B, D and E, as well as minerals like copper, iron, phosphorus, selenium and zinc. All of these are essential for the health of your dog.

Salmon oil provides remarkable benefits for dogs. It serves as a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, which play a crucial role in promoting healthy skin and a lustrous coat. Additionally, salmon oil exhibits anti-inflammatory properties, supporting optimal joint health and reducing inflammation. Moreover, its omega-3 content contributes to cardiovascular health and aids cognitive function in dogs, making it a scientifically beneficial addition to their diet. Read more

Apples are abundant in vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, and antioxidants. They possess high fibre content, particularly in the peels, which aids in weight management and facilitates digestion in dogs. Apples contain pectin, a type of fibre that acts as a prebiotic in Your dog's gut microbiome, and a healthy gut is often key to better health. Since dietary fibre cannot be digested, pectin reaches your colon intact, promoting the growth of good bacteria.

Broccoli is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, and dietary fibre. It contains Vitamin K, which promotes bone density, Vitamin C for disease prevention, and potassium for heart health. Broccoli may also aid in cancer prevention and reduces chronic inflammation. Read more

Eggs are a powerful addition to your pup's diet, offering a complete array of amino acids. Rich in the protein needed for skin cell regeneration, hair growth, and muscle repair. Minerals in eggs include selenium for thyroid and immune system function, as well as choline, which supports brain health and aids in the treatment of seizures in dogs. Eggshells provide a great boost of calcium. A whole egg, with shell and membrane included, is almost a complete food source for your dog. The phosphorus and calcium help your dog to grow strong bones and teeth, and an egg contains almost all of the amino acids your dog needs to stay healthy. For arthritic dogs, a 2016 study found that eggshell membranes significantly reduced joint pain in 51 dogs with joint issues.

Rich in antioxidants and fibre, these tiny seeds pack a nutrient punch! Featuring powerful vitamins and minerals like phosphorus, iron, zinc, potassium, and magnesium. They retain water, aiding hydration and digestion, benefiting blood sugar and weight management. Ideal for diabetic and overweight dogs. Dogs need omega-3 fatty acids to balance out omega-6 fatty acids and Omega-3s also help lower inflammation in the body. Chia is well known as a source of omega-3 fatty acids … and it’s said to have 3 times the amount of omega-3 fatty acids as salmon.

Green-Lipped Mussel, found off New Zealand's coasts, gets its name from the green edges of its shell. It is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, including EPA and DHA, and uniquely contains ETA, an omega-3 fatty acid not found in oily fish. ETA has demonstrated the ability to block pain signals in the body, akin to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Green lipped mussels also contain high levels of glucosamine. Research has proven that they reduce arthritis symptoms in dogs … and they’ve been well researched and proven to reduce arthritis symptoms in people and animals.

Kelp is a fibre, protein, and amino acid powerhouse supporting digestion, thyroid function, and tissue repair. Magnesium and potassium contribute to energy production and overall bodily function. Kelp is excellent for skin conditions, a top source of iodine for hormone production, preventing metabolic disruptions and thyroid enlargement.

Blueberries – a delectable superfood! Offering a potent dose of antioxidants that safeguard cells against free radical damage. Low in calories yet rich in fibre, blueberries are also packed with Vitamins A, C, and K, Which helps to fortify the immune system and contribute to your dog’s well-being and contentment.

Flaxseeds are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids for healthy skin, coat, and joints. Also high in fibre, promoting digestion and regular bowel movements. This wonderful seed also contains lignans, vital antioxidants that contribute to overall canine wellness.

Chicory is not only beneficial for humans but can also be a valuable addition to a dog's diet, promoting digestive health and overall well-being. It’s root, naturally rich in inulin, serves as a natural prebiotic, nourishing beneficial gut bacteria and enhancing the immune system.

Turmeric, native to the Middle East and Southeast Asia, packs remarkable health benefits for your pup. With anti-inflammatory and cancer-fighting properties, its curcumin content makes it ideal for dogs with osteoarthritis and painful joints. Additionally, turmeric's blood-thinning ability can aid in reducing blood clots.

Benefits

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Over 90% real meat, organs & bone! Ethically harvested sustainable wild boar from the western ranges of New South Wales, free-range chicken & green-lipped mussel.

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Use as a complete and balanced meal, a nutritious topper, or a delicious treat.

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No fillers, no nonsense. Free from artificial preservatives, glycerin, and rendered meat or meals.

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Boosted with the anti-inflammatory power of turmeric and omega rich salmon oil to support healthy joints and mobility - perfect for senior dogs!

Nutritional Data

Guaranteed Analysis


Crude Protein
Min 37%
Crude Fat
Min 25%
Crude Fibre
Min 2%
Moisture
Min 14%
Ash
Min 10%
NFE (Carbohydrate)
Min 6%
Calorie Content
511.9 ME (Kcal/100g)

Vitamins (A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, C, D3, E, Biotin, Choline)

Also contains: Postbiotic (Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Bifdbacterium animalis ssp. Lactis, Lactobacillus plantarum), lecitihin, citric acid, mixed tocopherols (natural anti-oxidant).

Kangaroo is a powerhouse of benefits for your pup. It's exceptionally low in fat, yet rich in protein, hypoallergenic, and easily digestible. Ideal for dogs with pancreatitis, diabetes, GI sensitivities, or obesity, kangaroo is also packed with Vitamin B, Omega 3s, iron, and zinc, promoting energy, a healthy coat, optimal blood health, and a strong immune system.

(Meat, Liver, Heart, Kidney, Lung, Finely Ground Bone),

With abundant healthy fats, our grass fed lamb is ideal for healthy muscle, skin and coat development. Lamb also contains high levels of iron to assist in the creation of haemoglobin and blood cells. Rich in zinc, lamb can also support a healthy immune system.

Includes liver, heart, kidney, lung and finely ground bone. Organs are highly nutritious for dogs, packed with essential vitamins and minerals that promote overall health. They provide vital nutrients like vitamin A, iron, and B vitamins, supporting immune function, energy production, and skin and coat health. They are also abundant natural sources of amino acids, crucial for heart and muscle health in dogs.Tripe is great for your dog’s digestion. The juices from green tripe are full of digestive enzymes and beneficial bacteria. Tripe is full of nutrients: minerals, amino acids and essential fatty acids such as Manganese, iron, potassium, zinc, copper, manganese and selenium, B complex vitamins and Vitamins A, C, D and E.

Apples are abundant in vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, and antioxidants. They possess high fibre content, particularly in the peels, which aids in weight management and facilitates digestion in dogs. Apples contain pectin, a type of fibre that acts as a prebiotic in Your dog's gut microbiome, and a healthy gut is often key to better health. Since dietary fibre cannot be digested, pectin reaches your colon intact, promoting the growth of good bacteria.

Salmon oil provides remarkable benefits for dogs. It serves as a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, which play a crucial role in promoting healthy skin and a lustrous coat. Additionally, salmon oil exhibits anti-inflammatory properties, supporting optimal joint health and reducing inflammation. Moreover, its omega-3 content contributes to cardiovascular health and aids cognitive function in dogs, making it a scientifically beneficial addition to their diet. Read more

Broccoli is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, and dietary fibre. It contains Vitamin K, which promotes bone density, Vitamin C for disease prevention, and potassium for heart health. Broccoli may also aid in cancer prevention and reduces chronic inflammation. Read more

Eggs are a powerful addition to your pup's diet, offering a complete array of amino acids. Rich in the protein needed for skin cell regeneration, hair growth, and muscle repair. Minerals in eggs include selenium for thyroid and immune system function, as well as choline, which supports brain health and aids in the treatment of seizures in dogs. Eggshells provide a great boost of calcium. A whole egg, with shell and membrane included, is almost a complete food source for your dog. The phosphorus and calcium help your dog to grow strong bones and teeth, and an egg contains almost all of the amino acids your dog needs to stay healthy. For arthritic dogs, a 2016 study found that eggshell membranes significantly reduced joint pain in 51 dogs with joint issues.

Rich in antioxidants and fibre, these tiny seeds pack a nutrient punch! Featuring powerful vitamins and minerals like phosphorus, iron, zinc, potassium, and magnesium. They retain water, aiding hydration and digestion, benefiting blood sugar and weight management. Ideal for diabetic and overweight dogs. Dogs need omega-3 fatty acids to balance out omega-6 fatty acids and Omega-3s also help lower inflammation in the body. Chia is well known as a source of omega-3 fatty acids … and it’s said to have 3 times the amount of omega-3 fatty acids as salmon.

Green-Lipped Mussel, found off New Zealand's coasts, gets its name from the green edges of its shell. It is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, including EPA and DHA, and uniquely contains ETA, an omega-3 fatty acid not found in oily fish. ETA has demonstrated the ability to block pain signals in the body, akin to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Green lipped mussels also contain high levels of glucosamine. Research has proven that they reduce arthritis symptoms in dogs … and they’ve been well researched and proven to reduce arthritis symptoms in people and animals.

Kelp is a fibre, protein, and amino acid powerhouse supporting digestion, thyroid function, and tissue repair. Magnesium and potassium contribute to energy production and overall bodily function. Kelp is excellent for skin conditions, a top source of iodine for hormone production, preventing metabolic disruptions and thyroid enlargement.

Blueberries – a delectable superfood! Offering a potent dose of antioxidants that safeguard cells against free radical damage. Low in calories yet rich in fibre, blueberries are also packed with Vitamins A, C, and K, Which helps to fortify the immune system and contribute to your dog’s well-being and contentment.

Flaxseeds are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids for healthy skin, coat, and joints. Also high in fibre, promoting digestion and regular bowel movements. This wonderful seed also contains lignans, vital antioxidants that contribute to overall canine wellness.

Benefits

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Over 90% real meat, organs & bone! Ethically harvested wild kangaroo from across New South Wales and Victoria plus always pasture raised Australian lamb.

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Green-lipped mussel as a natural source of glucosamine for joint health

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No fillers, no nonsense. Free from artificial preservatives, glycerin, and rendered meat or meals.

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Supported by a purposeful blend of 10% fruits, vegetables and seeds. From omega rich skin & coat supporting salmon oil, to anti-inflammatory blueberries and fibre rich flaxseeds.

Nutritional Data

Guaranteed Analysis


Crude Protein
Min 37%
Crude Fat
Min 28%
Crude Fibre
Min 2%
Moisture
Max 14%
Ash
Max 9%
NFE (Carbohydrate)
Max 6%
Calorie Content
548.9 ME (Kcal/100g)

Vitamins (A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, C, D3, E, Biotin, Choline) Minerals (Calcium, Copper, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Potassium, Zinc)

 

Also contains: Postbiotic (Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Bifdbacterium animalis ssp. Lactis, Lactobacillus plantarum), lecitihin, citric acid, mixed tocopherols (natural anti-oxidant).

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  • MP
    Maria P.
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    2 weeks ago
    Fussy eaters

    Our dog Stumps is a fussy eater and we would buy something from pet barn and he would eat it for a few days then turn his nose up at it but with the Eureka he has been sitting waiting at his bowl for meal time.

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    Rebecca C.
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    3 weeks ago
    Great Option

    We love the option to get a pack of all three flavours. My girl loves this for breakfast, dinner and training sessions. She knocks her wobbler off the container and knocks it about then will go back to the container until she gets her Eureka! Highly recommend

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    Leanne B.
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    14 seconds ago
    Excellent

    My dog absolutely loves this food. No hesitation whatsoever in recommending it.

  • SN
    Sussan N.
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5 stars
    3 days ago
    Great!

    Millie loves this food! Having 3 different flavours is great too. Eureka is one part of her daily food, so it's not that expensive when supplemented with loaf and chicken.

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    Paul V.
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 4 out of 5 stars
    4 days ago
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    Dog loved them all, good size chunks, thought it better than Ziwi Peak in kibble size and price. Only con is the price, a bit hexy but I only use as a topper so lasts awhile..

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All Eureka dog food recipes are complete and balanced and are formulated to meet the AAFCO Nutrient Requirements for All Life Stages. Not only do they meet your dog's daily nutritional requirements they actually exceed them, ensuring that your pet reaches peak condition and performance. If you have a pet with unique health issues, we always recommend that you consult your vet to ensure you select the best food for your best mate.

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Air-drying combines the best of cooked and raw approaches. Like raw meals & processing methods like "freeze-dried raw", air-drying preserves nutrients and tastes better than high-heat methods.

Unlike raw, Eurekas' unique air-drying process involves a "kill step," which eliminates pathogens, removing any food safety risks and making your dog’s ongoing health a priority. We utilise solar oven technology to significantly reduce our energy consumption and impact on the environment. This process means Eureka dog food is dry enough to last for weeks after opening but has enough moisture to eat without any additional preparation. You'll notice that you feed a lot less on Eureka air dried dog food because there are zero fillers which means you'll also be picking up a lot less poo!

Sustainability is at the core of our philosophy. Each of our air-dried dog food recipes are 100% certified carbon neutral through our partnership with NOCO2 - Australia's longest-running carbon certification scheme.

All of our meat is sourced as sustainably as possible. Much of our protein is wild-caught Australian game that has been ethically harvested to preserve native habitats & agricultural land. Our lamb is grass-fed, our chicken is free-range, and our fish oil is also obtained through wild-caught, sustainable fishing practices.

We also use solar-powered ovens to slowly air dry our dog food at a low 68 degrees. This maximises the nutritional benefits of the high-grade ingredients included within the Eureka recipes while minimising our impact on the environment.

Long story short, our sourcing and processing techniques mean that our carbon footprint is as small as it can be which is why we think our dog food is best for the planet and your dog!

We deliver Australia-wide including most of the far-out places!

If you live in regional Australia, be sure to update your delivery schedule or frequency to allow time for your order to reach you. In doing so, you’ll never have to worry about running out of food.

We are proud supporters of Australian businesses and farmers! Over 99% of Eureka dog food recipes are made from Australian-sourced ingredients. All our proteins are Australian sourced - from sustainably harvested Kangaroo, Wild Venison and Wild Boar to free-range Chicken and grass-fed Lamb.
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