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Wagg Dry Dog Food Beef/Chicken and Veg - 17kg - £9.00 - Amazon Prime Exclusive

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Chicken & Veg I know that it is this price quite often but it's still a good deal. My dogs have been having this for years and if I try them on anything else I need a gas mask ;) I'm well aware … Read More
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banned3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
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I know that it is this price quite often but it's still a good deal. My dogs have been having this for years and if I try them on anything else I need a gas mask ;)

I'm well aware that this is not as highly rated as dog foods that cost £50 for the same weight. Kinda goes without saying really. But £9 for a month's worth of food, delivered to your door has to be a bargain.
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banned3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
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#1
£9 at Asda.
#2
okepete
£9 at Asda.

Can confirm..... I bought some this week.
2 Likes #3
Biker Jeff
okepete
£9 at Asda.
Can confirm..... I bought some this week.
I prefer to get it from amazon. Free next day delivery to my door. No lugging around to and from the car getting death glares from all the neighbourhood cats! lol. I always buy this from amazon at this price, heat added :3
1 Like #4
LeahMinttoutou
Biker Jeff
okepete
£9 at Asda.
Can confirm..... I bought some this week.
I prefer to get it from amazon. Free next day delivery to my door. No lugging around to and from the car getting death glares from all the neighbourhood cats! lol. I always buy this from amazon at this price, heat added :3

But not everyone have Prime....
#5
Biker Jeff
LeahMinttoutou
Biker Jeff
okepete
£9 at Asda.
Can confirm..... I bought some this week.
I prefer to get it from amazon. Free next day delivery to my door. No lugging around to and from the car getting death glares from all the neighbourhood cats! lol. I always buy this from amazon at this price, heat added :3
But not everyone have Prime....
I know lol.. it says amazon prime exclusive in the title. For those that do have prime it is good :-)
2 Likes #6
Cheap rubbish containing no nutrition whatsoever.
3 Likes #7
Not meaning to sound like a dog food snob.
But we have had 3 labs over the last 25 years....got a 9month old now.
Each has been fed on different food,but all have been quite good quality...latest dog is on Millies Wolfheart dry food at £40 a bag.

Genuine question,as I say without meaning to be rude,how can a large bag of food under a tenner be nutritionally good for a dog ?...you may not need to pay £40+ for grain free,but surely these foods are lacking what a dog needs.
I have no doubt a dog wolfs it down,they eat most things,but it must be lacking in quality contents.
1 Like #8
squiff
Cheap rubbish containing no nutrition whatsoever.
That's funny. It says it has added vitamins, minerals and lots of nutrition. I use it to mix with my dogs wet food. He's happy and healthy :)
#9
I know its tempting to get as cheep a food as possible and around this price this is about as good as it gets but from my experience if you can afford something better, get it. Its almost a false economy with this stuff anyway as you can pick up a grain free (or close to) food around this size for around £40 and your dog will need less than half as much so its effectively not massively more expensive, its better for their health hopefully leading to a longer life and possible savings at the vets and better for you as (don't read on if your eating!) their poo's will half in size and half as frequent and are much easy to clean up. I remember mine used to go about 3 times a day on this stuff and most of it is 'waste' and it used to crumble when you tried to pick it up.
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LeahMinttoutou
squiff
Cheap rubbish containing no nutrition whatsoever.
That's funny. It says it has added vitamins, minerals and lots of nutrition. I use it to mix with my dogs wet food. He's happy and healthy :)

Yep, 2 scoops of this and a can of Butchers' for my Rottie and she seems fine on it :-)
#11
t3chfan
LeahMinttoutou
squiff
Cheap rubbish containing no nutrition whatsoever.
That's funny. It says it has added vitamins, minerals and lots of nutrition. I use it to mix with my dogs wet food. He's happy and healthy :)
Yep, 2 scoops of this and a can of Butchers' for my Rottie and she seems fine on it :-)

Yeah my Staffie has exactly the same! X)
1 Like #12
"He's happy and healthy"

"She seems fine"

If your dogs had a blood test, you would almost certainly find they are deficient in at least one thing. My 12 year old dog was fed the cheapest of cheap food when he was very young because I didn't know any better. I do now, and know that cheap foods like Chubb and Wagg are not good for dogs. My dog was deficient in several things when he was young because I wasn't giving him nutritious food. I switched to a better brand (more expensive yes but you get what you pay for in most instances) and his bloods have always come back fine. He is happy and healthy in every sense now. I feed him Skinners Light & Senior, and before you batter me because it's £40 a sack, they need less of it - and one sack lasts us around 5 months, which works out at 27p a day, or 14p per portion since he has two a day. He has one scoop at breakfast time and one scoop at teatime with a tray of Cesar Country Kitchen (chunks of meat in gravy). Cesar isn't the best wet food available, I know, but it's by no means the worst. His coat is shiny, his eyes are bright, his weight is stable etc etc.Sometimes we can't see what's wrong with our pets from the food we are giving them, much like the multi-coloured muesli food marketed as being for rabbits is actually bad for rabbits. Ten years ago we didn't know these things, but we do now.



Edited By: squiff on Jan 19, 2017 12:57: typo
1 Like #13
Always the same scaremongering every time Wagg is posted.
#14
The equivalent of tipping your keyboard upside down and eating everything that falls out of it.
#15
It's not scaremongering..... you are what you eat... FACT.... and it applies to your dog/cat/horse/livestock... FACT
Oh a few.... and I mean a few maybe will just fine... they will get no cancer... no heart disease... no gastro problems ;)
#16
RAFAVDV
The equivalent of tipping your keyboard upside down and eating everything that falls out of it.
Lol X)
1 Like #17
I use harringtons from Amazon for my lab which is made by Wagg. Harringtons scores 3.0/5 on allaboutdogfood. Wagg complete scores a pitiful 1.3/5.
3.0 out of 5 is actually excellent as many don't make it to 4 unless your spending crazy money. Haven't seen any really over 4
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Shopped for an hour to find things. Got to 60 quid, was happy. Entered code, didnt work, most wasnt desptched by amazon. Still did the order. You got me Amazon, you got me good. I'll go to sleep a defeated man, but tomorrow is another day oO
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I love how all these claims about nutrition are backed up by scientific evidence and not just based on hearsay and circumstantial evidence [/s]

The truth is, if it says "complete" on the packet, it legally must contain all the organic molecules, vitamins and trace elements needed for a dog to be healthy. The more expensive ones might have added oils, use more expensive protein sources or be more suitable for dogs with specific dietary requirements, but for most dogs, this is absolutely fine. And if you're still worried, just supplement it with some leftovers (being sensible and checking suitability first, obv)
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HereKittyKitty
I love how all these claims about nutrition are backed up by scientific evidence and not just based on hearsay and circumstantial evidence [/s]
The truth is, if it says "complete" on the packet, it legally must contain all the organic molecules, vitamins and trace elements needed for a dog to be healthy. The more expensive ones might have added oils, use more expensive protein sources or be more suitable for dogs with specific dietary requirements, but for most dogs, this is absolutely fine. And if you're still worried, just supplement it with some leftovers (being sensible and checking suitability first, obv)
I was thinking the same thing! I nearly commented back at one of the above comments which said they can be almost certain my dog will be deficient in nutrients because I don't buy £40 dog food but I was on my way to work n didn't have time to comment on it. Don't people give their dogs other stuff to eat too like fish and treats and salmon strips and chicken and cooked veg and so on and so on and so on. I know I do. Wagg may not be the greatest food but when used as a mixer with daily treats and additions to their diet what's wrong with that. Our vet thinks our dog is healthy and fine :-)

Edited By: LeahMinttoutou on Jan 20, 2017 10:59
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LeahMinttoutou
HereKittyKitty
I love how all these claims about nutrition are backed up by scientific evidence and not just based on hearsay and circumstantial evidence [/s]
The truth is, if it says "complete" on the packet, it legally must contain all the organic molecules, vitamins and trace elements needed for a dog to be healthy. The more expensive ones might have added oils, use more expensive protein sources or be more suitable for dogs with specific dietary requirements, but for most dogs, this is absolutely fine. And if you're still worried, just supplement it with some leftovers (being sensible and checking suitability first, obv)
I was thinking the same thing! I nearly commented back at one of the above comments which said they can be almost certain my dog will be deficient in nutrients because I don't buy £40 dog food but I was on my way to work n didn't have time to comment on it. Don't people give their dogs other stuff to eat too like fish and treats and salmon strips and chicken and cooked veg and so on and so on and so on. I know I do. Wagg may not be the greatest food but when used as a mixer with daily treats and additions to their diet what's wrong with that. Our vet thinks our dog is healthy and fine :-)
From the sounds of it, your dog eats better than I do, haha

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