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Excellent

ProWell balanced mix of proteins and oils

ConsSlighty expensive

I’m sure you guys know how embarrassing it is when knee jerk reactions take over and you get a whiff of something you really really fancy. I can’t be the only one who ends up slobbering and drooling like a fool chasing my tail in exasperation until I can satiate my lust and sit licking my lips...

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“Chum For My Choosy Chum”

published 26/06/2006

ProDog loves it, variety of flavours available

ConsPrice, Smell

Dexter has started to get a real phobia of wet food recently, I have tried Tesco own brand, Chappie, Winalot & Pal and he refused to even look at them, he was quite happy to just pick at the Vitalin dry food mixed in or just have a bowl of Vitalin, luckily this is a complete food, so no loss of...

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“Fussy Little Bitch”

published 20/03/2006

ProAsk the dog

ConsAgain ask the dog

The time had come to change from the puppy food to something a bit more substantial for the latest member to our little family. During her formative months she had been ever so keen on Pedigree Puppy formula mixed with Pedigree Complete mixer, so we naturally assumed that the jump to Pedigree Dog...

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Excellent

“Paws Up For Pedigree!”

published 04/10/2006

ProGood quality dog food

ConsA bit expensive

We have recently bought a puppy. She's eight weeks old, a Jack Russell terrier and we have called her Pixie. She had been weaned onto Pedigree Chum Puppy food, so we continued to buy this for her, as it was what she was used to. We didn't want to upset her delicate puppy tummy by changing it to...

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Excellent

ProA tried and tested food from a Brand name.

ConsContains bulking agents that might not suit your d...

I'm reviewing our Pedigree Chum Dog Food. This present lot cost me around £6 for a 12 tin pack. ***WHY*** When we first decided to adopt a dog we discussed food with friends and relatives who had canines to get an idea of the best food, food that was potentially bad, and what worked for them. Out...

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Good

ProUseful for fussy eaters

ConsHigh water content and quality of product doubts

Pedigree Chum: There are a lot of rumours about Pedigree Pet Foods Products and I know when I was growing up it was considered "rubbish" and was certainly a food my mother would never have considered feeding. However the bigwigs at Pedigree decided to "up" their game and an improved product...

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Excellent

ProComplete nutrition.Tried trusted quality brand.

ConsExpensive.A bit too rich/makes Basil smelly see op...

DOG FOOD...There's an overwhelming market out there,and this is all a matter of opinion and personal choice.Some are horrendous,others mediocre,a few,excellent. Pedigree isn't the top of the top by any means..but it is a reputable,tried and tested for many generations. It is a brand that...

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Satisfactory

“Yummy Yummy ... Not!”

published 10/04/2012

ProWidley Avalible, Not too expensive, Many flavours.

ConsMade my dog sick!

Pedigree Chum So a few months ago we needed to get dog food for Lola desperately but couldn't find any shops open (as it was Sunday at about 5 o'clock. Luckily though I noticed one of the corner shops open and dived in. The only dog food they had available was, you've guessed it, pedigree chum! I...

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Excellent

“I'm a dog”

published 10/09/2002

ProWoof woof

Consnone

I am now speaking on behalf of Jamie, my faithful friend, my dog. Who is forever up to mischief as all Springer Spaniels are. I only feed Jamie once a day (breakfast time) I feed him with Pedigree Chum dry mix. That is his main meal. He does get the opportunity later on to chew on a meaty bone or...

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Excellent

“Healthy for your dog”

published 05/06/2001

ProGood and healthy for the dog

ConsNone

I buy Pedigree for my dog all the time. It's the most well-known brand of dog food around, it's reliable, and my dog LOVES it! I buy the dried dog food for her. The latest one I bought contains chicken, rice and vegetables. I paid £3.24 for a 2.5KG bag. And it is a protein-rich recipe. The amount...

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Not for me

ProLarge Variety, Offer Lots Of Customer Support

ConsJunk Food For Dogs, Expensive

Pedigree dog food is one of the most common dog foods on the pet food market, it comes in various varietys, including dry food bags, tinned meat, pouches and various dog treats. They have a range of foods including, puppy, junior, adult, senior and light diets to suit dog of various ages. The...

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Super

“Meal meal not for a pup”

published 09/12/2000

ProMy dog likes it

ConsThree tins in a pack

I have one 'fussy' dog and the older Scamp gets the fussier she has becomes. I now find it hard to buy Scamp food that she will eat. At 13 she has probably become bored with most commercial dog foods, but at present Scamp, a pure breed mutt, enjoys Chum's Puppy Food range. Well, I cannot cook her...

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Excellent

“Stinky Pedigree Chum”

published 10/02/2006

ProNutritious, keeps my dogs coat looking shiny and h...

Consstinks and can be messy

Ever since our Border collie dog Chloe came to live with us at 9 weeks old we have given her Pedigree Chum. It started off as Pedigree Chum Puppy food and we moved on eventually to the adult version, which is what I will review now. I always buy the variety in gravy for Chloe. This has got...

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Super

“tg for dried food”

published 26/02/2001

Proclean, cheaper than tinned food

Consthe ingredients might not be as good

A friend of mine has two Yorkshire Terriers. Unfortunately they were not house trained at the beginning of their existence on this planet. Consequently they have a habit of leaving presents on occasion in the house. They were originally fed on pedigree chum tins and depending on the variety this...

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Good

Pro% less fat

Consso expensive

When I was shopping the other day I had an abundance of vouchers and one of them was from Pedigree Chum for £ on a kg or kg Complete Dog Food. Normally the nearest I get to Pedigree is toys and Schmakos but by using the voucher it brought it near to the price that I normally pay for my own brand...

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