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Wagg puppy food

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by angel01, Aug 3, 2009.


  1. angel01

    angel01 PetForums Junior

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    Is Wagg a really bad food as it's the only one my shih tzu will eat? Thanks
     
  2. emilylp

    emilylp PetForums VIP

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    im not a dog owner but i dont think its bad atall if it was really bad and harmful , it wouldnt be sold?



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  3. Kinski

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    It's not the worst out there but it's not a brilliant food either, it has far to much cereal in it for my liking, where you see EC additive that might be b.h.a. and b.h.t. which some experts believe can cause cancer.

    Terri
     
  4. DevilDogz

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    Its not the worst no..but there are far better out there..
     
  5. james1

    james1 PetForums VIP

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    ive never used it so cant comment but i do prefer to buy non advertised dog food such as orijen, burns, royal cannin, jwb, arden grange, .... there are working typr foodstuffs that are vat free like skinners, chudleys, and others which are cheaper and stll good in comparison.
    Big macs arent bad for you but on a daily diet - i wouldnt say they were good :)
     
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    Poisongirl feeds hers on wagg and they seem to do very well on it. If you can afford something better I would go for a higher quality food but it's not bad for your dog to eat :)
     
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    james1 PetForums VIP

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    whooo avatar working!:D looks a bit glum though ill have to change it ;)
     
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    Well My Chi's love it...:D i have tried others but they go back to it ;)
     
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    haeveymolly PetForums VIP

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    Not sure about wagg only ive heard on the forum many times it isnt good.

    I feed burns, its an excellent food, i would feed a better quality food if i was you the, benefits are amazing havin fed crap years ago due to knowing no different. My dogs would eat anything, most dogs will but its up to us to make sure we can give them the best possible.
     
  10. angel01

    angel01 PetForums Junior

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    Thanks everyone. Think I may give burns ago.
     
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    Hi, my older dog is fed on wagg she was on pedigree tins when I got her at 9 weeks and wasn't doing to well on it. She was on puppy wagg until 8 months then adult, she has always been fit and healthy, never underweight or overweight from it, never caused her poop to be runny.

    My pup was on wagg puppy until he got to 4/5 months as there was not enough in the food for a large growing dog so we changed him to Wainwrights.

    Although wagg is not the best, it is far from the worst and I would buy it over pedigree or bakers anyday, but at the end of the day, if you can afford better, then do :)

    x
     
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