Pedigree Puppy Pouch Reviews
Product Type: Pedigree dog food
Description:Brand: Pedigree / Food Type: Dog Food
Newest Review: ... formulation might not have the additives and problems that the adult dog formula does. I took this home and opened the ... more
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by - written on 10/06/06, updated on 10/06/06 (Very useful, 1352 readings)
For my birthday last month, my wonderful fella bought me a pedigree Staffordshire Bull Terrier puppy. She was only five weeks old when he brought her home and had been rejected by her mother soon after birth. I adore puppies, so the extra work of having such a young dog in the house didnít really pose too much of a problem. Until on day two Bonnie stopped eating. I mean, she completely stopped. Iíd been soaking weetabix in milk and cooking her scrambled eggs, but she started turning her nose up at these meals and I was beside myself wondering what to do for the best. After two full days of her refusing so much as a mouthful of chicken baby food I took her ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/04/11 (Very useful, 79 readings)
Around seven weeks ago a new member of the family arrived - five week old Staffordshire Bull Terrier Ria. She was only tiny when she arrived home and she had only been eating solids for around a week. We bought Pedigree Puppy Pouchs on the recommendation of a friend who has a puppy that is a few months older than Ria Rah Rah. You can purchase the pouches in most major supermarkets. A box of eight will cost you about £3.20 and you can buy individual pouches for about 50 pence each. There are four different flavours within the pack - chicken and rice; lamb and rice; beef and rice; and turkey and rice. There is 150g in each pouch and they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/10 (Very useful, 84 readings)
My Border Collie will celebrate his first birthday next week! Until he was 6 months old, we fed him Pedigree Puppy Pouches, we then moved him onto the puppy tins. Pedigree Puppy Pouches come in a box of eight, but I do believe you can get larger boxes in some stores. Each pouch contains 150g of tender, bite-size meaty pieces surrounded in a soft jelly. There are four flavours, which are: Chicken & Rice, Lamb & Rice, Turkey & Rice and Beef & Rice. As you see, each of them contains rice, which is very easy for your puppy to digest and helps to keep him healthy, inside and out. Nutritional information on box: Contains: ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/08 (Very useful, 108 readings)
I have had my puppy Ruby since the begining of Febuary, she is a gorgeour cross breed puppy with a mixture of collie, chocolate lab, german shepherd and terrier!!! So she is a real mix I had never had a dog before and so this was a real learning experience for me and I was worried about what food to use, whether wet or dry was best, how much to feed her and how often I went onto the pedigree website and joined up and received a pack with all useful tips on how to care for my puppy along with a bundle of money off vouchers. As pedigree is a trusted brand I decided to try a mix of their wet and dry foods. Ruby has a pedigree ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/12 (Useful, 84 readings)
I bought this for my little Jack Russell pup some weeks ago. I had totally run out of dog food (he was going through a growth spurt!) and this was the only wet puppy food available in my local supermarket. Of course I'd heard a lot of negative opinions on the pedigree brand from my fellow dog owners but really had no choice and thought the puppy formulation might not have the additives and problems that the adult dog formula does. I took this home and opened the packet and was surprised by how large the pieces in the product are. It consists of large 'meaty' chunks (which look very processed) suspended in jelly, and the pieces are really quite large ... Read the complete review
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