Pedigree Dentastix for large dog free at Tesco
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Pedigree Dentastix for large dog free at Tesco

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Found 10th Jul 2016
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Tesco are giving away a free pack of Pedigree dentastix with your online grocery order. Simply use code GRTJL7 at checkout and it applies the dscount of £1.75.
Offer applies to the first 25,000 customers.
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Even for free, I won't give these as treats.
The ingredients are of a poor standard for any dog.
barginfan

Even for free, I won't give these as treats. The ingredients are of a … Even for free, I won't give these as treats. The ingredients are of a poor standard for any dog.



My dog don't give a monkey's.
chimp14uk

My dog don't give a monkey's.



Neither does mine, he'll eat anything that's put in front of him.

barginfan

Even for free, I won't give these as treats. The ingredients are of a … Even for free, I won't give these as treats. The ingredients are of a poor standard for any dog.



I agree - ingredients are shocking. There's also been a lot of reports of dogs having epileptic fits because of dentastix all over the world. One of my neighbours dogs had gone through various MRIs, X-rays etc to find out why he was fitting, after a number of months, they concluded it was the Dentastix. As soon as they took that out of his diet = no more fits. Quick google search will show you.
Thanks. My dog isn't fussy, he eats cat poo oO
Even though this voucher was excepted at the online grocery check out, it was refused and I was charged for this product.
I had no issues at all when I used it and certainly wasn't charged.
Bes227

Even though this voucher was excepted at the online grocery check out, it … Even though this voucher was excepted at the online grocery check out, it was refused and I was charged for this product.



​ it will be ticked in light Gray.I did the same because I added the wrong product.
Theyre giving away live stock now?! ;-P
gsj87

I agree - ingredients are shocking. There's also been a lot of reports of … I agree - ingredients are shocking. There's also been a lot of reports of dogs having epileptic fits because of dentastix all over the world. One of my neighbours dogs had gone through various MRIs, X-rays etc to find out why he was fitting, after a number of months, they concluded it was the Dentastix. As soon as they took that out of his diet = no more fits. Quick google search will show you.




That's very worrying . I have been told to avoid pet treats made in Asia , but assumed all Pedigree ones would be fine ( In fact i briefly worked for Pedigree Petfoods & it - at that time - was the most hygenic place i had ever worked at ) .
I must pass this news onto my mum as well as her dog eats them all the time oO
darren9030

That's very worrying . I have been told to avoid pet treats made in Asia … That's very worrying . I have been told to avoid pet treats made in Asia , but assumed all Pedigree ones would be fine ( In fact i briefly worked for Pedigree Petfoods & it - at that time - was the most hygenic place i had ever worked at ) .I must pass this news onto my mum as well as her dog eats them all the time oO



Yep it really is worrying. Most dogs will be fine eating it, my neighbours dog was, he had them for years, but then all of a sudden just started reacting to them. Maybe it was an accumulation of having them for so long or maybe it was something totally different, but whats true is that the ingredients in Pedigree dog food & treats etc, are ****.

I tend to give my dog natural treats, carrots, bananas etc and if I do buy treats, I tend to go for ones with no grain (fish skins etc) and even make sweet potato treats (cutting them in slices, putting them in the oven and storing them).
Tesco tell me this offer is expired
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