Highest Rated Cold Pressed Food by All About Dog Food
Premium British Made Cold Pressed

Always grain free

  • Enjoy the convenience of feeding dry food, but have the closest food available to feeding raw.
  • Packed full of good fats and natural omega 3, that helps support inflammation, respiratory and heart health
  • Ooddles Cold Pressed has added Turmeric
  • Available in 6 different proteins. Turkey (English Farm), Duck, Meat Feast, Beef Pie, Fish & Chips, Chicken & Chips
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About Cold Pressed?

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.

Because the ingredients are pressed at low, gentle temperatures (42-47°C), the important nutrients and oils are retained in the food.

Easy to digest, digests at the same rate as Raw Food, and therefore if you wish to add a dry food to raw, cold pressed is the one to add.

You can add water to Cold Pressed to make into a paste for pups.

Did You Know?

You feed up to 30% less food when feeding Cold Pressed, so a 5 kg bag of food last longer than “normal” dry foods


Why Ooddles Cold Pressed?
Our point of difference

Typical other cold pressed food is low in meat content, we are pleased to say we have a higher meat content than most.

  • Made in the UK, Defra Approved Facility
  • Grain & Gluten free
  • No added preservatives
  • Suitable for all life stages
  • Added Turmeric formulated to optimise the Bio Availability of Key Functional Ingredients.
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What are the benefits of
Cold-Pressed food?

Feeding your dog a healthy, nutritious diet will help to improve their overall health and wellbeing in lots of ways!

Gentle on sensitive tummies

Firstly, because cold-pressing uses very low temperatures, the food maintains a high nutritional value. The process of cold-pressing reduces bacteria levels in the food, which makes it perfect for puppies with delicate tummies.

Suitable for dogs of all ages

Ooddles cold-pressed is suitable for dogs of all ages, from puppies four weeks of age onwards, to senior dogs. The food softens quickly in water, making it easy to chew and digest. This means it’s perfect for a puppy and all dogs who might be prone to dental issues.

Great for fussy dogs

Ooddles cold-pressed food contains high-quality,human-grade ingredients and is nutritionally superior to standard kibble. Its natural aromas and rich meaty flavours are enticing, improving palatability and making it perfect for fussy eaters.

Healthy skin & coat

Because the process of cold-pressing uses very low temperatures, the food retains high levels of natural omega and essential oils. These help to hydrate the skin barrier, which keeps the coat soft, healthy and glossy. A healthy coat and skin means less irritation and scratching! Cold-pressing also prevents free-radicals forming in the food, which can be known to damage a dog’s skin, coat and metabolism

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Feeding Cold Pressed To Pups

Cold pressed foods softens really well, just add a little warm water, it makes a paste to feed to young pups.

Are You Feeding Raw and your dog misses the crunch?

Cold Pressed is perfect to feed alongside a raw food diet, either mixed in, or as a separate meal.

Comparison Chart
Many Cold Pressed Foods are low

Cold Pressed Feeding Guide

Suitable for All Life Stages. Pups through to Adults.
Turkey (English Farm), Duck, Meat Feast, Beef Pie, Fish & Chips, Chicken & Chips


Ooddles uniquely make Smarter Healthier Foods in various ways.
Raw, Dry, Wet and Freshly Hand Cooked. You Decide.

Not Sure Which Way

Dry and Cold Pressed.
Cooked Low & Slow

Dry and Cold Pressed. Cooked Low & Slow

Freshly Cooked
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Freshly Cooked

Treats & Chews

Treats & Chews

Wet Food. Gravy and
Pate Based Options

Wet Food. Gravy and Pate Based Options

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