Pedigree Chum Complete Reviews
Product Type: Pedigree dog food
Description:Brand: Pedigree / Food Type: Dog Food
Newest Review: ... food comes in 2 flavours (beef or chicken) and is a dry dog mix, with big meaty squishy chunks which are his favourite bit ... more
Price Comparison for Pedigree Chum Complete
by - written on 01/03/04, updated on 01/03/04 (Very useful, 553 readings)
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 Wagg. The pack as I said was kg and the packaging is a hard wearing plastic bag and it is a custard yellow in colour iwth a picture of a dog and the food on the front iwth the brand name Pedigree on a red rosette. It states to be Light and 30% less fat and my eldest border collie could certainly do with losing a pound or two. The flavour that I have bought is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/00, updated on 02/10/00 (Very useful, 192 readings)
I have an Irish Wolfhound who is 10 years old and when we first brought her home at the age of 4 months we were told to feed her tripe and such stuff until she was out of the puppy stage. This we did, and as she got that bit older, we changed to quality tinned food mixed with the special mixer biscuits, again recommended by the breeder. The problem was that although Hattie enjoyed it, she wolfed it down so quickly(excuse the pun!) that she made herself sick. Following further advice from the breeder we changed her to Pedigree Complete which is a dry food that you can either give as it is or mixed with gravy. From the day that we started her on this, we haven't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/09 (Very useful, 65 readings)
This is the only dog food that our 7 year old dog will eat. He loves this food so much that he waits by his cupboard door twice a day waiting for his feed. This can result in much whining and doggy tap dancing. We have fed other brands to our dog, both dry and wet food, and this is the one that he has eaten with no problems. The food comes in 2 flavours (beef or chicken) and is a dry dog mix, with big meaty squishy chunks which are his favourite bit (so much so that we sometimes take them out and give them to him as treats). The other food mix pieces include smaller harder pieces which help clean their teeth and gums when they are crunching them. The smaller ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/01, updated on 26/08/01 (Very useful, 160 readings)
Now here's one that my dog loves! With my dog, Molly, I like to try out different brands of food, both dry and canned to see what brands she prefers. Also, as with our cats, we like to mix up dry, crunchy food with tinned mixtures to give them an interesting food combination. Mixing Pedigree Complete with some meat (she really likes Winalot tinned) goes down very well with our Molly. She eats everything and then licks the bowl clean, with a happy, waggy tail. The quality of this dry food is superb. We keep the dry foods in big tins, and another indication of quality is in how much "dust" is left at the bottom each time we use it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/06/01, updated on 04/06/01 (Useful, 300 readings)
I work in a pet shop. I am just a shop assistant so to me it does not matter which dog food a customer buys as long as they buy. I have two dogs, and after trying most dog foods, I always go back to Pedigree Chum complete. My dogs enjoy it. They empty their bowl in record time. The advantage of using dry food over canned, is that dried food has more protein in it. Tinned dog food contains a high percentage of water per can so read the label and compare! When a dog eats dried food it makes it much easier to clean up his stools, because they are compact and therefore easier to scoop up! I suggest that you shop around, many small pet shops have a voucher scheme whereby ... Read the complete review
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