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What is Cold Pressed?

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Cobbydog Cold Pressed dog food is made using very low temperatures. This unique method means that cold pressed dog food has the nutritional benefits of raw feeding, with all the convenience of a dry food. The unique method of cold pressing is what makes this food different from standard kibbled dog food.

Our cold pressed dog food is made by carefully mixing the finest ingredients together, before pressing them the authentic way at low temperatures between 42°C - 47 °C for a few seconds.

These lower temperatures help to preserve the heat sensitive enzymes, fibres and all the natural aromas, flavours within the ingredients, producing a food with greater digestibility and nutritional value.


Is your Cold Pressed with added TurmerAid™ a complete dog food?

Yes our cold pressed is a complete dry dog food. Cold pressed dog food creates a balanced natural diet with the convenience of a complete dry food.

Is your dog food made using human grade meat as per DEFRA regulations

YES, as per our DEFRA approval we cannot use anything less than human grade meats. We can only buy from licenced renderers approved by DEFRA.

Where is your Cold Pressed made?

Our cold pressed dog food is made right here in our factory in West Yorkshire.

What’s the shelf life?

Up to 9 months. All of our bags are labelled with best before dates.

How do I store your Cold Pressed Dog Food?

Store in a cool dry place. Cold Pressed should not be stored in an airtight container.

Will fussy eaters eat this food?

Most dogs love our cold pressed dog food. It's naturally highly palatable due to the preservation of the natural aromas and flavours of the ingredients. If you’re unsure why not treat your dogs to a sample.

How do I change my dog onto your food?

When changing onto our food we recommend you do it gradually by replacing a little of your dogs current food with our Cold Pressed food, and increase the proportion over a period of 2 weeks until your dog is eating only our Cold Pressed. For dogs with sensitive tummies we recommend following the above guide over a period 3 weeks.

How much should I feed my dog?

It's important to weigh our cold pressed dog food as it's nutritionally dense and it weighs more than you think. Be careful not to over feed. The quantity will look small in comparison to a raw or kibble diet.

Take a look at our feeding guide below. These quantities are provided only as a guide since requirements will vary according to a number of factors, such as activity, age and breed.

Weight of dog (Kg)

 Daily Feed (g)

1 - 2

12 -24

2 - 3

 24 - 36

3 - 5

 36 - 60

5 - 10

 60 - 120

10 - 20

 120 - 240

20 - 30

240 - 360

30 - 40

360 - 480

40 - 50

 480 - 600

50 - 60

 600 -720


720 +

How often should I feed my dog?

For best results feed twice a day.

What is TurmerAid™?

TurmerAid™ is a bespoke blend of Turmeric. It has been formulated to optimise the Bio-Availability of Key Functional Ingredients.

  • Turmeric

  • Linseed Oil

  • Black Pepper

  • Apple Cider Vinegar

  • Yucca

It is an innovative take on the traditional way of feeding turmeric. TurmerAid™ is high in curcumin. It has a minimum of 5.1% curcumin. It is not steam treated, preserving the key components within.

Unlike powders our cold pressed dog food with added TurmerAid™ is ready to feed which means no more mess. We have done all the mixing and measuring for you. Just follow the easy to use feeding guide on the back of our bag.

TurmerAid™ is endorsed by Dr Doug English, an Australian Veterinarian of more than 40 years; he has been using Turmeric as a food supplement in his patients for years with incredible results. He is the founder of the Turmeric User Group which has over 250,000 followers!

What are the benefits of TurmerAid™

Key benefits:

• Support Healthy Joints

• Helps to Maintain a Healthy and Shiny Coat

• Aids digestion

• Positive effects on the micro flora that occur naturally in the dog’s stomach

• Helps the Integrity of the Natural Defence Mechanisms

• Supports the body’s natural inflammation processes

• Aids recovery after exercise

• Supports the respiratory system

• Promotes Well-being and General Health

• Turmeric Contains a Minimum of 5.1% Curcumin

• Cracked Black Pepper to Aid Bio-Availability

• Linseed Oil to Aid Absorption of the Curcumin

Is TurmerAid™ suitable for my dog?

TurmerAid™ is suitable for most dogs to promote well-being and general health. It can support normal joint function in older dogs and the bodies’ natural inflammation processes. To discuss the suitability of Turmeric for your dog, call the Turmeric Advice Line on 01423503319

Will my dog receive their full daily intake of Turmeric to reap the full benefits?

Yes, we worked closely with nutritionists at the Golden Paste Company Ltd to make sure every dog receives their full daily dose of TurmerAid™ in every bowl by following our recommended feeding guide on the back on the bag.

Do I need to add additional Pepper and Oil?

No you don’t need to add anything else. The Bespoke blend of TurmerAid™ we use already contains Linseed Oil and cracked Black Pepper to optimise bioavailability.

What is bio-availability?

Bio-availability is the ease with which any nutrient can make its way from the food eaten into the body.

Does black pepper irritate the dog’s stomach?

Although people assume the pungency of pepper irritates the stomach, there is no evidence to support this. In fact, pepper, and other ingredients in TurmerAid™, contains components that sustain normal gastric physiology.

Is it suitable for puppies?

Yes our Cold Pressed Dog Food is suitable for puppies from the age of 4 weeks, so long as they have seen a vet and are considered in good health.

How much should I feed my Puppy?

Take a look at our puppy feeding guide below. These quantities are provided only as a guide.

Weight of Puppy (Kg)

 Daily Feed (g)

1 - 2


2 - 3

80 - 110

3 - 5

110 - 160

5 - 10

160 -  210

10 - 20

210 - 450

20 - 30

450 - 610

30 - 40

610 - 750

How often should I feed my puppy?

From 4 weeks onwards puppies should be fed as much as appetite will allow four times daily.

From 3 months meals should be reduced to 3 times a day.

From 6 months meals should be reduced to twice a day.

It’s important to check your puppy’s weight regularly. Ask your vet next time your puppy has a check up.

Where can I buy your food?

Take a look at our list of stockist. If there isn't one in your area orders can placed be placed online via our website or by calling us on 01535681927. Orders over 3kg Inc FREE Mainland UK delivery.



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