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“Chappie, A Dog's Best Friend”

published 04/02/2008

ProCheap, Easy To Digest

ConsThe Smell, Lack of Variety

My dog, Dexter, has been unwell lately. A problem that has arisen from his liking of rich, gravy based dog foods, which really, his digestive system cannot handle. After much variation in trying to find the right dog food, wet or dry, our vet suggested that we should try Chappie, if we could...

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“It's In The Bag”

published 23/02/2007

ProCheap, easy to feed, good availability.

ConsMay not suit dogs with special illness's

Chappie Complete Original. I buy this food as it's relatively low in fat compared to other dried foods. It's also easily digestible (this was fed a lot in the kennels I worked out especially dogs that had funny tummy's). My dogs love it and I feed it dry although it can be fed moistened with warm...

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Excellent

“looking after jack”

published 18/10/2003

Procheap and good for dogs

Conssmelly smelly smelly

My lickle doggie is getting old and although I have tried to deny it its got to stop and I need to accept it! Along with getting old my poor doggie (jack) has had a lot of digestive trouble and I have been trying out different foods to find out what suits him best. Firstly it was pedigree wet...

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“Wonder dog food”

published 30/08/2003

ProNot expensive

ConsSmell

I got my dog 5 years ago as a puppy. She is a mongrel with a bit of black labrador in her but god knows what else!!! I was feeding her dried dog food but this just wasnt practical as we found she was drinking alot more water than normal and this obviously led to a lot more toilet accidents when...

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Good

“What a smell”

published 03/12/2000

ProVery cheap

ConsThe smell

Chappie is a cheap and cheerful way to feed you dog and is recommended for terriors and what I call Heinz 57 dogs. My vets have all said that it is the best thing to feed my Jack Russell, I just can't stand the smell. It comes in 2 flavours, and they both smell of fish which is one of the main...

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Excellent

“cheap but very cheerful”

published 09/01/2001

Procheap and easily digestable

Consboy does it smell!

Chappie is not the cheapest dog food on the market but its price is much lower than other more famous brands! I tend to distrust some of the very cheap petfoods in favour of the better known brands but my vet recommended this one for my dog! Chappie is very easily digested! Deef (my dog) has a...

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Excellent

ProCHEAP, NO GLITZY ADVERTS OR PACKAGING

Consbit smelly.....thats all

My 5 year old beardie has been on chappie tin/dry for about year and a half now. Prior to this I did try him on nearly every dog food on the market, mainly because he was such a fussy eater and food would remain untouched for day and night, despite inordinate amounts of exercise, hill walking...

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Satisfactory

“Chappie good or bad?”

published 25/03/2004

ProGood for Tummies

ConsSmells and found rubber in it!

Chappie is well known and used within the dog industry. It is very good due to its content being fish cereal and chicken (in the fish chappie). Some dogs including 1 of mine, get very hyper after eating red meat and there arnt any packs of chicken puppy food available, therefore i buy chappie so...

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Excellent

published 20/09/2009

I bought a 1.3 or 1.2 kilo tin reduced to 92p in Tesco! I am actually going to curry it and try it myself as it sounds healthy!

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Product Information : Chappie

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Listed on Ciao since: 03/12/2000