Pedigree Pal Reviews
Product Type: Pedigree dog food
Newest Review: ... varieties he likes. He especially likes the ones with tripe in though. You can buy either the small tins which are 385g ... more
by - written on 16/08/01, updated on 13/08/08 (Somewhat useful, 95 readings)
Remember the advertisements (showing my age now) PAL Prolongs Active Life? Well they dont say that anymore but the thoughts are still there. My dog loves his PAL. All of the varieties he likes. He especially likes the ones with tripe in though. You can buy either the small tins which are 385g or the larger ones. If you are not sure on how much of the tin to give your pooch or how often, you will find all this on the labels. If you still have any problems, not necessarily to do with feeding then it gives you a www site www.mypetshop.com to get in touch with someone there who will more than likely have all the answers. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/00, updated on 24/10/00 (Useful, 94 readings)
My dog has always hated those dried, complete foods. He would far rather have his meat and gravy and who can blame him? I gave him the new PAL semi moist complete food (chicken flavour) to try and he really likes it. Well. I assume he does because his tail wags and its gone in less than ten seconds. PAL has an excellent reputation as a dog food so I don't see any problems nutrition wise. Its certainly alot cheaper to feed a dog on this than it is on tinned meat. Morrisons Supermarket (if you have one near you) are selling this new PAL product at £3.35 for two bags (each 2.5kgs). That's a terrific bargain! ... Read the complete review
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