Pedigree Chum Reviews
Product Type: Pedigree dog food
Newest Review: ... went a little solid. The problem began on day 2. Her 'toilet' was very runny. I thought I would continue feeding her the ... more
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by - written on 19/02/08 (Very useful, 218 readings)
We have two wee dogs in our household. Our old lady is a 12-year-old Japanese Spitz (pure white) called Snowy, and the newcomer is a 2-year-old Jack Russell Terrier called Pepper. (Spots) We love the two of them to bits. It's amazing just how faithful a dog is to its owners, and how they repay any kindness shown them about ten times over with the affection they show you. What to feed them is a constant bone of contention (not a dog bone though, heh, heh) between myself and my wife. She prefers that dry dog food. You know the type of thing. Round wee bits of hard meat flavoured biscuit (called Madra) that for all the world looks like sheep ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/06 (Very useful, 215 readings)
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 Food would be no problem. You can buy these tins separately for around 49p per can, but as usual there are deals to be had by buying in multi-pack. 6 cans for £2.69. They come in a variety of flavours; the one we chose for Tasha on her first venture was the Chicken variety. The tins containing the meaty feast have a label which is a not so bright yellow ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/12 (Useful, 72 readings)
I have a boxer mix dog who is 8 years old. We give her dried food as recommended by the vet but as she has gotten older she seems to enjoy them less and less and often leaves half of it in her bowl. We decided to add half a can of tinned food as suggested by a friend to see if that encouraged her to finish her dinner. We bought Pedigree Chum as it is a reputable brand and only wanted the best for out pooch. The side of the tin says it has all your pet needs to stay healthy and fit. Perfect. I bought a mixed pack of 6, lamb, beef and chicken with vegetables 400g tins which was 3.00 pounds. Very reasonably priced I thought, from Asda. Ruby scoffed ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/12/00, updated on 24/12/00 (Useful, 442 readings)
I have tried(not personally you understand!!), most varietys of dog food but always seem to come back to Pedigree Chum. I think as a trusted brand that it is a lot better for my dog and my dog seems to agree. Certain other brands of dog food are left in the bowl, where as Chum goes down in a couple of minutes, Its available in lots of flavours now, rabbit, lamb, tuna,chicken, lamb and rice, chicken and sunflower oil.Or there are my dogs favourite, meaty chunks in gravy.This is particularly good if your dog has a mixer with their meant as it coats the biscuits and makes them more appealing. It is available in either small tins, medium or large and although ... Read the complete review
by charlene - written on 11/12/06
we have recently bought a staffie puppy and she had already been weaned onto pedigree chum, so we decided to keep her on that.we took her straight to the vets the same day to get wormed.only after a couple of days we noticed that she was eating her own feaces.so we took her back to the vets thinking she maybe had worms.they confimed she never and that its because shes constantly hungry that shes eating her feaces.they told me that pedigree chum meat doesnt fill a puppies tummy very well, and to try dry complete food.and if that doesnt help then to give her pineapple (as dogs dont like the taste of pineapple in there feaces after its been digested)we were really ... Read the complete review
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