Product Type: Chappie dog food
Description:Brand: Chappie / Food Type: Dog Food
Newest Review: ... the rest of my shopping. The packaging~ Comes in a tin with red labling the Chappie logo is clearly shown at the front ... more
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by happyhippy - written on 25/06/09
When my young dog was diagnosed with chronic pancreatitis, she was put on a vet prescription diet for life. She had two severe acute pancreatic attacks in 2 years requiring hospitalisation and a drip for a week even on said diet. At £70 a bag, her food was not cheap but essential. I was discussing her condition and feeding with a vet friend and bemoaning the lack of a cheaper alternative. He suggested Chappie, having known and treated other pancreatic dogs who were doing well on it following his recommendation. I was wary (the low price worried me as I've always fed premium dog foods) but thought it would be worth a try. So I very slowly changed her food to Chappie, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/12/08 (Very useful, 659 readings)
For many years Chappie has, for me, been a bit of a life saver and yet again in recent times it has come into its own. In the dark and dismal past, long before pet foods appeared in plastic sacks, lived 'Chappie,' and, on some shop shelves, Chappie, still resides to this day, although in my experience, not on enough of them. This is I'm presuming, due to the limited distribution of the product, and, again just a guess, its lack of popularity with mainstream dog owners is down to the perception of cheapness and, although I don't have a problem with it, the smell. But any dog meat that can still, after all these years, boast openly on the can, 'vets ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/11 (Very useful, 270 readings)
The problem ********** We have an old westie who until recently has always been able to eat any food without any problems. About 4 months ago after mealtimes and throughout the day the dog would have constant diarrhoea and wind, so we changed his food to a senior brand. Several brands later including food for sensitive stomachs he still had the same problems. My wife remembered from when she worked in a vets that the best food to feed for this very problem was Chappie. As we had tried everything else we decided to give it a go. Chappie with chicken and rice ************************ We opened the tin and instantly the smell hit us! It ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/00, updated on 05/10/00 (Very useful, 922 readings)
The tin is featured on the logo here but I use the dried form for my 3 dogs. This is a cheap healthy way to feed your dogs especially useful for those with sensitive stomachs. I do like the premium foods such as Hills and Eukanuba and if you can afford it especially with a small dog by all means go ahead but if you have a large dog or several large dogs as I do then I would reccomend chappie. Of all the cheaper brands of dog foods I find it is consistantly good quality and suits most dogs. I work as a vet and often recommend it for dogs with colitis but only after ruling out other causes of the dogs symptoms first. If you feed the canned variety please ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/01, updated on 26/08/01 (Very useful, 874 readings)
There might be no accounting for taste, but neither my dog Molly, nor myself (no, I don't eat it! I am talking about the smell only in my case...) can stand it. Chappie appears to be mainly cereal filler. Alright, I admit it, I bought it because it came with 50% extra free and was quite cheap, but I soon discovered that this was a false economy. At mealtimes, Molly would be all happy and excited as I get the cat and dog food prepared for our "Zoo" of 4 cats and 1 dog, but no sooner is the dinner in her bowl and presented to her than she wanders off unhappy. I thought that she would eat it if she was really hungry, but no, she simply went ... Read the complete review
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