Eucanuba is one of those brands that generates views at either extreme of pet ownership opinion. One camp swears by the brand as offering consistant high quality nutrition backed up with the scientific research to prove it works. The other swears at it for conducting the research upon which the food is formulated.
What you get with Eukanuba is a very large range of foods, from standard adult mainenance foods through their more natural range to prescription veterinary foods (which are also available online from the likes of Pets at Home and Pet Supermarket). Also within the range are breed and lifestyle specific foods.
Like Iams, Eukanuba use a proportion of wheat in some of their recipes which is not one of the mose easily digested cereals. Their recipes have evolved over recent years to be nearer to what might be recognised as a natural food
Expect to pay around £35 for a 12kg sack of their standard products.
Based not just on quality of ingredients, but if it seems to offer value for money!
fresh chicken (18%), dried chicken and turkey 18% (including chicken 11%), maize, wheat,oats, barley, poultry fat, sorghum, chicken gravy, dried beet pulp (2.5%), minerals (including sodium hexametaphosphate (0.34%)), fish meal,maize grits, dried whole egg, fructooligosaccharides (0.25%),brewer's dried yeast,glucosamine (from animal tissues)
Protein 24%, Fat 13%
Maize, wheat, Dried Chicken and Turkey:18%, chicken:10%; a natural source of glucosamine and chondroitin sulphate, sorghum, barley, dried beet pulp 3.4%, animal fat, hydrolysed animal proteins, dried whole egg, potassium chloride, calcium carbonate, sodium chloride, fish oil, sodium hexametaphosphate, fructooligosaccharides 0.28%, brewer's dried yeast, linseed.
Protein 21%, Fat 9%