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15kg Chappie dog food - £19 instore & online @ Pets at Home
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15kg Chappie dog food - £19 instore & online @ Pets at Home

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Posted 30th May

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Pets at home have 15kg dog food for £19 in-store usual price is 25



Chappie Complete Dry Dog Food is a 100% complete and balanced dog food developed with vets.

As well as containing no artificial colours, flavours, added sugar, eggs or dairy, Chappie contains all of the essential nutrients that your dog requires to keep him in top condition every single day.

  • Developed with vets
  • No eggs and dairy
  • No added sugar
  • No artificial colours or flavours
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no1goldenchild30/05/2020 14:48

Not sure why anyone that cares about their dogs would feed them this …Not sure why anyone that cares about their dogs would feed them this rubbish https://www.allaboutdogfood.co.uk/dog-food-reviews/0175/chappie-adult-complete


Possibly the same reason they feed themselves supermarket value food. Some people have a tight budget but that doesn’t mean they love and care about their dogs any less.
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no1goldenchild30/05/2020 14:48

Not sure why anyone that cares about their dogs would feed them this …Not sure why anyone that cares about their dogs would feed them this rubbish https://www.allaboutdogfood.co.uk/dog-food-reviews/0175/chappie-adult-complete


I used to think the same thing until my dog was diagnosed diabetic last week and to my surprise Chappie meat is one of the few dog foods recommended for diabetic dogs-hence ‘developed by vets’ on the front.
Edited by: "j8ulia" 30th May
no1goldenchild30/05/2020 14:48

Not sure why anyone that cares about their dogs would feed them this …Not sure why anyone that cares about their dogs would feed them this rubbish https://www.allaboutdogfood.co.uk/dog-food-reviews/0175/chappie-adult-complete


I used to feed one of my dogs on the canned version - it is so cheap and nasty it had lower protein than any other - which was what I was recommended to control the effects of his Portosystemic Hepatic Shunt! It worked too.

Wiffs a bit though.
j8ulia30/05/2020 15:22

I I used to think the same thing until my dog was diagnosed diabetic last …I I used to think the same thing until my dog was diagnosed diabetic last week and to my surprise Chappie meat is one of the few dog foods recommended for diabetic dogs-hence ‘developed by vets’ on the front.


Wow, I suppose if it says “developed by vets” it must be good then..... :/ can’t get away from the fact that there are very little nutrients which a dog needs. #marketingdepartmentsdreamcustomer
COUPONKEV30/05/2020 15:02

Possibly the same reason they feed themselves supermarket value food. Some …Possibly the same reason they feed themselves supermarket value food. Some people have a tight budget but that doesn’t mean they love and care about their dogs any less.


It’s the equivalent of feeding a child turkey twizzlers for their entire life. I think with a little more research, a better make can be found for not much more money at all, the better the nutritional values, the less that needs to be fed at meal times.
Edited by: "no1goldenchild" 30th May
no1goldenchild30/05/2020 16:46

It’s the equivalent of feeding a child turkey twizzlers for their entire l …It’s the equivalent of feeding a child turkey twizzlers for their entire life. I think with a little more research, a better make can be found for not much more money at all, the better the nutritional values, the less that needs to be fed at meal times.


Then lettuce have your recommendations at this price point/kg.
We've been through every posh dog food we could find. The boy has a sensitive tum. The dog food that suits him the best? Chappie cans of wet food (with extra veg) in the morning, chappie dry with veg in the evening.
You can feel free to go for the expensive stuff, all I know is that he's now very rarely farty and his poops are a hundred times better than when he was on other stuff.
COUPONKEV30/05/2020 17:42

Then lettuce have your recommendations at this price point/kg.


I’m not here to do your research for you, although for £3 more you can get 15kg of Skinners duck and rice which has substantially better ingredients. Google is your friend...
no1goldenchild30/05/2020 18:13

I’m not here to do your research for you, although for £3 more you can get …I’m not here to do your research for you, although for £3 more you can get 15kg of Skinners duck and rice which has substantially better ingredients. Google is your friend...


No you’re just here to knock the deal without any alternative suggestions. We thank you for your recommendation.
One of the worst things you can do to your dog. and that's cheap food like Pedigree, Chappie etc.
j8ulia30/05/2020 15:22

I I used to think the same thing until my dog was diagnosed diabetic last …I I used to think the same thing until my dog was diagnosed diabetic last week and to my surprise Chappie meat is one of the few dog foods recommended for diabetic dogs-hence ‘developed by vets’ on the front.


I second this. My dog has diabetes and needed to switch food. This was advised by a vet "newly qualified" that this is one of the best foods for a diabetic dog (along with the wet food). She said a senior vet would never tell you this as they try to push expensive food from there stock onto you to make more money.

I did check this out though on a return visit a week later. The senior vet was trying to push wet food at £30 for 6 cans onto me and I had took pictures of the ingredients/nutrients etc and asked him why I should choose the expensive option. After 2 mins of trying to come up with an answer he conceded that there is very little difference between the two.

Just something to think about and definitely worth looking in to
no1goldenchild30/05/2020 16:44

Wow, I suppose if it says “developed by vets” it must be good then..... :/ …Wow, I suppose if it says “developed by vets” it must be good then..... :/ can’t get away from the fact that there are very little nutrients which a dog needs. #marketingdepartmentsdreamcustomer


#wanttokeepmydiabeticdogalive
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