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    Hi gang.

                  I believe most of it is rubbish but can anyone confirm if Chappie is any good.

                                                                                                                           Thanks all.

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    if you have a picky dog/ sick dog.................chappie is superb.....i dont like handling it as it stinks and is very sticky...but it is good stuff

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    1 minute ago, cookoff013 said:

    can humans eat dogfood without ill effect?

    think you will find it is prepared and cooked to the same standards..as human food...except more nutrious...added vits and trace elements

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    I'm Sorry if this reply is a bit blunt - but naff off with questions like that. 

    The big hint is it is dog food.

    Good health to you and yours if you go down that road.

    ATB Pushkin:whistling:

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    We have a 13yr old hunterway x who is a picky eater with a sensitive stomach. Been feeding him chappie for years and he loves it. We've had vets say give it to dogs who are sick cos its delicate on there stomach. 👍

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    Wouldn't feed Chappie to mine permanently, full of cereals and additives, only 18% is 'meat derivatives'. Facts from allaboutdogfood.co.uk which rates it 0.7/5. Its a great site and rates each food, also telling you what is in the food which some companies try to hide.

    However a vet did recommend it for a couple of days for a dog with upset stomach or sick dog but said not a 'decent food' for permanent use.

    I feed the best I can afford, Millies Wolfheart, premium compared to some (well £40 a sack which i don't thinks bad) but great food with no cereals or rubbish in it. Constantly get comments on their shiny healthy coats and muscle tone etc. You get what you pay for. 

     

     

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