Chappie original dog meat 1.26kg 80p Tesco instore
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Chappie original dog meat 1.26kg 80p Tesco instore

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Found 21st Feb 2016
Good quality tinned dog food half price at 80p a can 1.26kg.
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Good price for blu-ray
Not sure why this is cold… good price for the large cans.
Chappie...more like crappy.
It wor poor mans dogs dinner 40yr ago.... if tha feeds thee dog this, tha dunt love it!
It's not good quality dog food but it is cheap
dnt feed ur dog this!!!!
Ideal for when the mother in law comes round for dinner
Istanbul_Kop

Chappie...more like crappy.



​and not very....happy....
Cheepie
Actually this stuff is pretty reasonable for slop wet food. People take the pee but it's better than things like Pedigree bum
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Dear Mr Echo

Not sure why this is cold… good price for the large cans.


Tesco website is showing this as £1.50. That might be why the deal is cold.
However I have to say I wouldn't feed this to my dog even if was FREE
At only 6% protein content can it even legally be called meat I wonder?
You wouldn't feed a child slop... so why give it to a dog?
Each to there own I suppose... but that is why I myself in particular voted this particular deal cold...
because I don't even think even a lorry load of Chappie is worth 1p, let alone 80p or £1.50.
Sorry
Edited by: "deleted1416210" 21st Feb 2016
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My dog eats this and she is 17 and healthy
this food is good for dogs, no matter how much you all disagree. its voted for by Vets too. My two dogs have this mixed in with dry iams and never, never have runny slops. where as pedigree or butcher's gives them just that. also at £1:50 per tin it's actually more expensive than some other wet foods. so rather than knock it it's maybe time to try it!!! you maybe very surprised.
morzee

this food is good for dogs, no matter how much you all disagree. its … this food is good for dogs, no matter how much you all disagree. its voted for by Vets too. My two dogs have this mixed in with dry iams and never, never have runny slops. where as pedigree or butcher's gives them just that. also at £1:50 per tin it's actually more expensive than some other wet foods. so rather than knock it it's maybe time to try it!!! you maybe very surprised.




yeah i think that unless your dog is a working beast many can't take the high protein content of other foods, my do used to do very well on this stuff
Edited by: "maddogb" 21st Feb 2016
maddogb

yeah i think that unless your dog is a working beast many can't take the … yeah i think that unless your dog is a working beast many can't take the high protein content of other foods, my do used to do very well on this stuff



​No, they're not working beasts.Old ladies of leisure now(10yrs old now)

My dog had Chappie on the advice of our vet after trying several different things that just seemed to upset his tum…

PrincessJellybean

Tesco website is showing this as £1.50. That might be why the deal is … Tesco website is showing this as £1.50. That might be why the deal is cold.However I have to say I wouldn't feed this to my dog even if was FREEAt only 6% protein content can it even legally be called meat I wonder?You wouldn't feed a child slop... so why give it to a dog?Each to there own I suppose... but that is why I myself in particular voted this particular deal cold... because I don't even think even a lorry load of Chappie is worth 1p, let alone 80p or £1.50.Sorry




Everything wrong with HUKD contained in one neat, arrogant, myopic, passive-aggressive post. Nice one!
Excellent!
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