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Eden is proud to support three charities around the country that help to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home dogs. Nutrition is vital to supporting the health of all dogs, and none moreso than those who haven't had the best start in life.

The sole purpose and vision behind Eden's foods is to "Support animal health through nutrition," and it is for that reason we have chosen to work alongside three worthy organisations who share that passion and committment to dog welfare.

moorlands dog rescue

Moorlands Dog Rescue

Moorlands Dog Rescue is a non profit organisation dedicated to rescuing dogs of all sizes, ages and breeds (as resources allow) with the aim of finding them the best possible permanent loving home as quickly as possible. They are an all volunteer, foster-home based organisation who help to rescue abandoned, homeless and unwanted dogs. They also aim to raise public awareness of issues concerning dog health and welfare, while educating and encouraging responsible pet ownership with an emphasis on the need for spaying and neutering and doing the best to break down the stereotypes of "bully reeds". To learn more about the great work Moorlands do, or to see if you could be a potential foster or forever home visit their website at:

huskies in need

Huskies in Need

Huskies In Need is a highly dedicated rescue charity who specialise in the rescue and re-homing of Siberian Huskies, Siberian Husky cross breeds, and sometimes Alaskan Malamutes and Samoyeds. They cover the whole of the UK and Republic of Ireland with the help of dedicated volunteers, and try to give as much help and advice as possible. Their volunteers across the country have a huge passions for the Siberian Husky breed, and without giving their own time and energy for free, there would not be a rescue. Could you help Huskies in Need? Visit their website to find out, at:

rottweiler welfare association

Rottweiler Welfare Association

The Rottweiler Welfare Association, is a not-for-profit organisation, and was started in 1979 to find good homes for Rottweilers. The association is completely run by volunteers and is a registered charity since 1981. Their logo says - 'It begins here' and we firmly believe that a dog deserves to get a second chance and find its forever home. RWA aims to 1) Rescue abandoned and neglected Rottweilers and help those who are unwanted 2) Provide all necessary care, treatment and rehabilitation 3) Assess these dogs for adoptability and find suitable homes for them. Having many years of experience in rehoming Rottweilers, they operate nationwide to match the right dog to the right owner. Find out more about this great organisation at: