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Chappie Dog Food 6 Pack £1.59 @ The Co-op

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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
Bought 6 pack of Chappie for £1.59 doesn't say it's on offer but usually it's about £3ish
Asda - £3.05
Sainsburys -£3.12

My vet recommended chappie as my dog has a sensitive stomach it worked a treat!
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#1
Good price, just need a dog now :p
#2
I've got 3 which one would you like X)
#3
good price! will get some whem im passing
#4
great price, voted hot
#5
You need a new vet!!

Buy your dog food from a decent pet shop, not a supermarket......

If it says the word derivative anywhere on the can it shouldn't go anywhere near your dogs bowl.
#6
davester2k
You need a new vet!!

Buy your dog food from a decent pet shop, not a supermarket......

If it says the word derivative anywhere on the can it shouldn't go anywhere near your dogs bowl.


The animal shelter that we got our dog from told us to feed our dog this because he had a funny tummy, we did and he was fine but did not seem to have any energy, We have now swapped to costco own brand food which is excellent.
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davester2k
You need a new vet!!

Buy your dog food from a decent pet shop, not a supermarket......

If it says the word derivative anywhere on the can it shouldn't go anywhere near your dogs bowl.


You'll find most vets recommend Chappie (it also states this on the can) it's easily digestable, and is one of the best foods for dogs with sensitive stomachs.

It's the only food one of mine can eat without being ill.

Don't listen to all the tripe (!) the expensive brands feed you.
#8
beansy
davester2k
You need a new vet!!

Buy your dog food from a decent pet shop, not a supermarket......

If it says the word derivative anywhere on the can it shouldn't go anywhere near your dogs bowl.


You'll find most vets recommend Chappie (it also states this on the can) it's easily digestable, and is one of the best foods for dogs with sensitive stomachs.

It's the only food one of mine can eat without being ill.

Don't listen to all the tripe (!) the expensive brands feed you.


+1

Used to avoid this because I thought it was cheap and nasty until our vet reccomended it. Our Dog suffers from stomouch problems and has no problems with this unlike Pedigree Chum
#9
davester2k
You need a new vet!!Buy your dog food from a decent pet shop, not a supermarket......If it says the word derivative anywhere on the can it shouldn't go anywhere near your dogs bowl.

I had tried different 'expensive dietary' foods which my dog hated and didn't really help, vet told me about chappie and it sorted her out I can't be feeding my dogs too badly as one of my dogs is 15 years old and still bouncing about!!! :D
#10
None in either of our two co-ops in Shanklin IoW in fact no Chappie at all, I wonder if this is a clearance with the Sommerfield Co-op change over. We have got several types of Rowse honey half price which they told me was end of lines.
#11
davester2k
You need a new vet!!

Buy your dog food from a decent pet shop, not a supermarket......

If it says the word derivative anywhere on the can it shouldn't go anywhere near your dogs bowl.


It is pretty crap food but is excellent for sensitive tummys because of the white fish being one of the main ingrediants. I have fed it to mine in the past when they have been poorly otherwise they are on higher end of the market food (which oddly works out cheaper then shop brought food anyway!)
#12
My Lab has to have Chappie because of his sensitive tummy, expensive dry foods give him the runs and other tinned food makes him puke after a few days. The vet recommended it, and it's great. It does stink though lol
#13
Thanks, one of my dogs was recommended this by a vet, will try my local branch.
#14
Please don't feed your dog this, it is like fast food for dogs.... very low in protein...
#15
[quote=mobter83]Please don't feed your dog this, it is like fast food for dogs.... very low in protein...[/quote

I must add, this food is often used due to its fish contents for poorly dogs but still wouldn't touch it
#16
my lab turned her nose up at everything awt dry awt in a tin, she started looking a bit thin then found "hi-life" you can get it from most supermarkets even wilko its a moist food and she loves it, it has helped her gain pounds and it does not smell, its in pink or yellow bags 1,5kg in most places tesco have 2kg bags better value you got to try it (for the dog) just my 2p worth hope it helps someone
#17
great price.. all our littler boston terriers eat due to their wind problems!!
#18
just because your dog likes this doesnt mean its good for him/her.I like takeaways and lager but thats not good for me...this is cheap crap..pets at home own brand dry food is very good with high meat content and no crap in.Its as good as posh brands twice its price,it can be bought for bakers/pedigree money....avoid wet foods

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