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Wagg Worker Dog Food, Chicken and Veg (17kg) only £4 @ Asda
Wagg Worker Dog Food, Chicken and Veg (17kg) only £4 @ Asda

Wagg Worker Dog Food, Chicken and Veg (17kg) only £4 @ Asda

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Found Wagg Worker Chicken and Vegetable Dog Food (17kg) reduced to £4 at Asda Linwood. Were labelled £7 but there was a big sign above them saying £4. This could be store specific but there were about a dozen bags left at Linwood. Just had a look and it is not available online.

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good price but our dog wouldn,t touch it...expensive taste i think lol ....heat added
Edited by: "Mediamogul" 30th Aug 2010

I ran out of Lidl mince meat last week and my kids loved this in their Spag Bol?

Bargain!

nice if you like your dogs **** to stink the house out

DAMNOME

nice if you like your dogs **** to stink the house out



Are you saying your dog poos in the house? =/

chrisdoran

I ran out of Lidl mince meat last week and my kids loved this in their … I ran out of Lidl mince meat last week and my kids loved this in their Spag Bol?


you used dog biscuits in spag bol?

TehJumpingJawa

Are you saying your dog poos in the house? =/




no - I said a r s e but it got starred

hot deal if you can get your dogs to eat it

thedrisback

hot deal if you can get your dogs to eat it



agreed, my dogs wont touch it!

My dog doesn't work so I'll give this one a miss

Absolute madness!
Dogs in this country eat better than a lot of people in other parts of the world.

Dang! I wouldn't feed my dog this rubbish even if it was free!

jamgin

Absolute madness!Dogs in this country eat better than a lot of people in … Absolute madness!Dogs in this country eat better than a lot of people in other parts of the world.:(



WTF you having a laugh?!

The main ingredients are low quality grains. Wheat is believed by many to be the leading cause of food allergies in dogs, and in wheatfeed form, this is a grain fragment we consider primarily filler. Wheatfeed is a byproduct (think floorsweepings) of processing wheat for human foods - that is, the remainder of the grain after the nutritious bits have been removed for other purposes. Maize (corn) is a difficult to digest grain of limited value, and which is also commonly associated with food allergies in dogs. Even if these had been decent quality grains, we would still note that this food is based heavily on grains which are an unnatural foodstuff for canines. Dog foods should be based on meat.


The first meat ingredient is meat meal, second on the ingredient list. This is a low quality meat product. "Meat" could be anything and ingredients of unidentifiable species and source are usually of very low quality. It is the sole meat product in the food.

The fat and oil content of the food is undisclosed and, as the meat ingredient above, is likely to be of very low quality. Beet pulp is controversial filler. It is a by-product, being dried residue from sugar beets which has been cleaned and extracted in the process of manufacturing sugar. It is a controversial ingredient in dog food, claimed by some manufacturers to be a good source of fibre, and derided by others as an ingredient added to slow down the transition of rancid animal fats and causing stress to kidney and liver in the process. We note that beet pulp is an ingredient that commonly causes problems for dogs, including allergies and ear infections, and prefer not to see it used in dog food. There are less controversial products around if additional fibre is required.

The food has added vitamins and minerals, but no information about these is given and it may contain synthetics. The food uses chemical preservatives. BHT is banned or heavily regulated in human food due to the belief that it is carcinogenic.

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My dog loves it. Please don't call the RSPCA on me.

moob

WTF you having a laugh?!


Don't think the poor soul who hasn't had a decent meal is laughing about the fact that some overweight pooch is tucking into another tin of Deluxe Chicken Supreme doggy food.
Don't get me wrong I love dogs, especially in a nice sweet and sour sauce...

jamgin

Don't think the poor soul who hasn't had a decent meal is laughing about … Don't think the poor soul who hasn't had a decent meal is laughing about the fact that some overweight pooch is tucking into another tin of Deluxe Chicken Supreme doggy food.Don't get me wrong I love dogs, especially in a nice sweet and sour sauce...



I think you're somewhat misinformed about the type and quality of meat etc that goes into making animal food. It is not passed for human consumption, has to be heavily rendered and processed, hence why it's made into dog chow.

Humans simply shouldn't eat it.

/weird discussion

@bigsky - Thanks for that link. Our dogs have always had Wagg mixed with tinned meat and have been happy with it but gonna have a look on there for something better (and hopefully still cheap-ish!)
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