15kg Wagg complete dog food £5 at Asda
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15kg Wagg complete dog food £5 at Asda

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Found 25th Apr 2013
15kg Wagg complete dog food £5 at Asda

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Original Poster

Half price!!

Nobody wants dog food!

Original Poster

Yes they do!!

Some dogs quite like it.

I beg to differ, let's see how cold this baby goes.

heat from me...... Wagg is nearly a tenner from my local farm store

Thanks OP heat added, my dog likes it ok.

Original Poster

I know, can't go wrong at a fiver!!

Neilatrix - think you need to eat your words!! And maybe some dog food at that price!! Ha ha

thanks, good price

Which Asda - non in mine (NW) yesterday.

Original Poster

:-( I saw it at a small one in Wortley, Leeds

Heat for the title.

ame2418

Heat for the title.


Brief and to the point.

Bargain if National
Have some heat ;op
Couldn't find it on the website though only has the 12kg bag at normal price.
Edited by: "Midjet76" 25th Apr 2013

Original Poster

It's definitely on in our Asda - I've just bought 4 bags. I'll ask when I'm in there again tomorrow :-)

that's a damn good price, shame it doesn't suit our dog any more. comes out the other end like a carrot coloured mousse. have to spend twice as much on purina muck.

Original Poster

pandora_buttocks

that's a damn good price, shame it doesn't suit our dog any more. comes … that's a damn good price, shame it doesn't suit our dog any more. comes out the other end like a carrot coloured mousse. have to spend twice as much on purina muck.


We used to give ours well beloved but gradually moved them on to Wagg and they are both fine now, so we've stocked up at that price

My dog will scarf down any dog food however cheap it is, he's always fit as ****, never gets ill, and never gets the squirts.
Unfortunately this Wagg never seems to be reduced in my local Asda whenever its posted as a deal on here.


dcryer2b

We used to give ours well beloved but gradually moved them on to Wagg and … We used to give ours well beloved but gradually moved them on to Wagg and they are both fine now, so we've stocked up at that price



ours used to be on wagg, he loves the stuff, it just doesn't love him any more
bit poo as his coat was in tip top condition on it and his energy levels, weight and overall health were spot on.
Beta, despite being of a similar standard quality wise, avoids the bum trouble (ever had to express your dogs **** glands yourself? wouldn't recommend it. unpleasant for all involved.) >_<

My dogs love it

Is it priced up as £5 on shelf or when you scan. Just wondering whether to call and ask them to check they have before making trip?

Original Poster

It was priced up at £5 and scanned at £5 too - I'm wondering if it might just be certain stores with surplus stock, just with it not been available online?

pandora_buttocks

that's a damn good price, shame it doesn't suit our dog any more. comes … that's a damn good price, shame it doesn't suit our dog any more. comes out the other end like a carrot coloured mousse. have to spend twice as much on purina muck.


No wonder, it's complete crap so its only going to come out the other end in even worse condition! Purina probably isn't that much better though? Try something like Autarky Salmon & Rice or Skinners Duck & Rice for around £20 a bag. They are decent budget foods but the difference in quality between them and the likes of Wagg, Pedigree, Bakers etc is huge.

mac_d

No wonder, it's complete crap so its only going to come out the other end … No wonder, it's complete crap so its only going to come out the other end in even worse condition! Purina probably isn't that much better though? Try something like Autarky Salmon & Rice or Skinners Duck & Rice for around £20 a bag. They are decent budget foods but the difference in quality between them and the likes of Wagg, Pedigree, Bakers etc is huge.



We did used to feed him on wagg when he was younger (wagg worker) which suited him down to the ground, he was fit, full of energy and his coat was in brilliant condition.
then my mother got fed up buying two different foods, out other, older dog was on bakers (wouldn't eat anything else) so he was also put onto that, and since then, wagg just hasn't agreed with him.
harringtons was all right for a while, but he piled on weight after he was neutered, making us switch to Beta light (from Nestle staff shop at a lower price)
wouldn't recommend beta light to anyone. he became unwilling to play with his ball at the park, he became very unsociable towards other dogs and just generally didn't seem himself. he also didn't lose any weight. since switching to beta senior though, he's slimming off nicely and is a much happier, more social dog.
so while it suits him, we're sticking with that.
i would like to have him on a better food, it's always tempting to spend the couple of quid more to go up a step to pro plan which has a much higher meat content, but while he's pooping fine and doing well on what he's got, there's just no sense mucking him about.

Bakers is probably the worst of the lot so at least you aren't feeding him that anymore! Those light versions of food tend just to put more rubbish grain like maize into it at the expense of other stuff, so you are probably better just buying the normal food and feeding a bit less of it.If you change foods, always try to do it gradually, start off with a small amount mixed into their normal food and slowly increase the amount of new food over a couple of weeks.

I just hate to see people spending money on rubbish quality pet food (because you can pay £15-30 for food that is really rubbish) when you can buy something that is still fairly cheap but at least half decent. Ok if you are only going to spend £10, that's your choice, but if you are already spending more, you can do a lot better. For example:

Skinners Duck & Rice/Salmon & Rice contains 40% rice, 20% duck/salmon meal, oats etc and costs £20-25.
Bakers Complete Lamb, Rice & Veg contains cereals (maize, barley etc), meat & animal derivatives (4% lamb), various sugars, and costs £20.

Skinners still has too much rice & oats but as a budget food it's not too bad, and you can clearly see that despite it being similarly priced, it's far better than Bakers.
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