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24 Cans of Chappie dog food at Asda £9.75 online and instore
24 Cans of Chappie dog food at Asda £9.75 online and instore

24 Cans of Chappie dog food at Asda £9.75 online and instore

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Usually Asda are the cheapest for this anyway at just over eleven pounds, but these 4 packs of six cans now £9.75.
My dog thought Xmas had come early when I returned from the shops

44 Comments

Heat, for the dog picture alone!

not really a great deal it's chappie ffs

your dog probably thought ffs master has got me some cheap **** as usual but I'm hungry and it's slightly better than eating grass

ffs chappie is disgusting if i was a dog i wud stick me middle paw up at my owners

Original Poster

Thanks for all the positive comments it really makes posting a joy! For all you ffs posters I've found a product that my dog can eat without giving him stomach trouble, so each to their own ffs!

crossway

Thanks for all the positive comments it really makes posting a joy! For … Thanks for all the positive comments it really makes posting a joy! For all you ffs posters I've found a product that my dog can eat without giving him stomach trouble, so each to their own ffs!



​my dog likes it mixed with his biscuits it was recommended to me by my vet.
good post op
Edited by: "mikegrath" 23rd Sep 2016

my mates called chappie, he got bad breath

my other mate is called dulux cos he only got the 1 coat

Good deal, i'll be getting this.....
My dog will eat anything, but he wolfs this Chappie down like a mad thing.

Heat.

Heated, good price. this is the only stuff my mums dogs can eat without getting ill and our local dogs home is always desperate for it too.

omg people are so quick to judge. chappie is actually brilliant for dogs with sensitive digestion and until vets came up with tins of gastro food like purina at £2 tin, they recommended this. I know of several dogs who actually have a settled tum on this.
my dog doesn't eat this but did when she went through a spell of an upset tummy. I wouldn't hesitate feeding her this, thanks for posting OP.

ps your dog is gorgeous!

davelegg67

ffs chappie is disgusting if i was a dog i wud stick me middle paw up at … ffs chappie is disgusting if i was a dog i wud stick me middle paw up at my owners


So uve tried this then

All we need now is for them to offer an extra 10% off for students and we'll have the highest "pointless argument per pound" ratio on HUKD.

If anybody does have a dog with a sensitive stomach and is looking for another wet food to try. You could try this as well Denes Dog Food Adult Tripe Mix Rich in Turkey. Apparently there aren't any cereals in the Turkey flavour.
Edited by: "GameofDeals" 23rd Sep 2016

Biker Jeff

Good deal, i'll be getting this.....My dog will eat anything, but he … Good deal, i'll be getting this.....My dog will eat anything, but he wolfs this Chappie down like a mad thing.Heat.



maybe he's mad?

Original Poster

Gillybean177

ps your dog is gorgeous!


Thanks :-)

crossway

Thanks :-)



yep nice dog, smiley & very friendly I guess - lucky you

looks a bit under-nourished

Original Poster

luvsadealdealdeal

yep nice dog, smiley & very friendly I guess - lucky youlooks a bit … yep nice dog, smiley & very friendly I guess - lucky youlooks a bit under-nourished


Cheers, I'll be straight to the vet tomorrow to confirm your diagnosis! =D>

My vet recommended this post-op too. I always grab a few tins whilst shopping for my local dog shelter so they'll be getting a big box full this month! Thanks OP, your doggy is lovely too.

Haha, people have an opinion on everything don't they. what some people will argue over hey

https://images3.alphacoders.com/584/584427.jpg

http://www.allaboutdogfood.co.uk/dog-food-reviews/0174/chappie-adult-tins
Very good site for information on dog food

We used this for our last dog when she started getting older and she'd fart like a trooper, they were that bad I could have bottled them and send them to people who I didn't like ;), I put her on the chappie and everything settled, we had her for fourteen years so it didn't do her any harm.

We had a dog who had Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency and she was on chappie due to the low fat content and was good because she had to have pancreatic enzymes added to her food to help digest,this food was a lifesaver and got her back into top condition after being first diagnosed.At least its not full of a lot of the artificial colours and e numbers like a lot of the dog food now.

I wouldn't feed this crap to my............ oh wait

crossway

Thanks for all the positive comments it really makes posting a joy! For … Thanks for all the positive comments it really makes posting a joy! For all you ffs posters I've found a product that my dog can eat without giving him stomach trouble, so each to their own ffs!


My sisters dog is only allowed this food (3/4 of a can a day) after a bout of pancreatitis so this is a great deal. Thanks for posting.

That dog deserves better! What's an extra few quid between friends?

Bit of a dogs dinner.

Have some heat just for the cute dog pic!

No wonder people end up at the vets with their dogs ...

If my owner bought me this food I would leave home.This is rubbish and only very slightly better than nothing at all

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cobrastang

If my owner bought me this food I would leave home.This is rubbish and … If my owner bought me this food I would leave home.This is rubbish and only very slightly better than nothing at all


Fair play on you typing that yourself with your paws! Guess you do online shopping and order yourself what you fancy! ffs! It is a deal for something that I require for my dog, if it's not for you fine, walk on.

Best food available for dogs with Colitis etc. Our vet recommend it and results were amazing, so the negative comments on this post come from posters who really haven't got a clue about this product.

Feed my 15 year old parson this,after years of farting,and loose poo.this has made everyone's life nicer,and he loves it.to all the ones who say it's crap,why be negative about a good deal !

This stuff IS poor quality dog food. BUT, some dogs do well on it, particularly those with pancreatic/colitis issues or sensitive stomachs. Despite it containing lots of cereal and meat & animal derivatives (which are common in cheap, low quality foods), it's low fat content, also low protein and high carb content, is a mixture that works very well for some dogs.


For comparison:

Chappie
Ingredients: Fish and fish derivatives (min 14% white fish), cereals (min 4%), meat and animal derivatives (min 4% chicken), oils, fats, herbs, minerals. (18% meat)

Butchers Tripe Mix
Ingredients: Meat & animal derivatives (49%, of which tripe 28%, fresh 66%), Minerals. (49% meat)

Denes Tripe Mix
Ingredients: Beef tripe 22%, Chicken 19%, Turkey 14%, Pork 6%, Minerals, Herbs, Seaweed. (61% meat)
Edited by: "macadee" 25th Sep 2016

cobrastang

If my owner bought me this food I would leave home.This is rubbish and … If my owner bought me this food I would leave home.This is rubbish and only very slightly better than nothing at all


07/50 on approved dog food site.That says it all for me.COLD

chappie is great stuff, was the only thing my dog who suffered from colitis could eat, tried loads of far more expensive brands but chappie kept him healthy for years.

Not many constructive comments on here

Maybe not the best food for every dog , but food and love is better than the thousands of mistreated + homeless dogs get.

clean_sanchez1

Not many constructive comments on hereMaybe not the best food for every … Not many constructive comments on hereMaybe not the best food for every dog , but food and love is better than the thousands of mistreated + homeless dogs get.


Absolutely, coz love is the only thing guaranteed to take away the stomach cramps and associated pain when feeding a dog food that is no good for it. Lots of dogs are fed daily the crap that caused pain. But that's all right because it's cheap, right? If i save money on dog food, i can spend more on other stuff for me. But it's all right coz i really love my dog! Not saying this dog food is bad for all dogs, for some it's OK. If my dog would not eat anything i gave him, i would consider it. But i would be mindful that it could be bad for him, and how would i know if he's in pain or not? Too many people think about how they can feed their dog the cheapest food so they can spend more on the non essential things on themselves, like cigarettes, junk food and alcohol etc. If i cut back on the cost of looking after my dog, then i can have that car i can't otherwise afford or whatever. How many people think they are great owners because they really love their dogs, yet are completely oblivious to how the dog is actually feeling? Right, as soon as mongsville opens, i mean asda, i'm off to buy some of this while it's on offer so i can have enough money left over for a kebab. After all, i have to put my needs first. I can't be feeding the little git expensive food. Only kidding! i feed my dogs other stuff, but like i say, i would consider this despite it's bad rating. Only if desperate though.
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