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Written on: 22/03/2011 by Deniseann (1 review written)
I have a year old labrador and believe me I have been along the shelves he is a fussy eater and its cost me a fortune... James Wellbeloved, Pro Plan, Royal Canin Seince Plan and more. My friend recomended wagg, so I gave it a try and he is now eating it with no bother. His coat is shiney and yes in good health. So give it a try… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/03/2011
YES it is cheap,BUT it is NOT good for your dog,please look at the list of `ingredients` wheat,wheat,wheat and more wheat,AND ONLY 4% `meat derivaties`basically,mechanically recovered rubbish,WHY OH WHY buy a pedigree dog,and feed it the equivalent of giving your child macdonalds everyday for the rest of it`s life? i have a pedigree working ESS,lived his WHOLE life on Skinners field trial,puppy,junior then worker 23,RESULT,happy,healthy full of life dog,who doesn`t bounce off the walls and poo… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/02/2011
how can anyone recommend this..... first ingredient wheat, third ingredient wheatfeed why not just buy a bag of wheat?? there are plenty of good foods about for around the £20 mark. you dont have to feed the expensive stuff to get a good product, but this is not one of them. very ggod at telling you whats not in it. try looking closer at what is in it… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/02/2011
Ive tried my boxer dog on Iams, Wainwrights, Royal canine, and symply all rather highly priced dog food and all gave him very smelly wind and lots of loose stools since trying Wagg his stools have firmed up, he too gets very fed up with the same food but with wagg you have a variety of flavours… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/02/2011 by hungoverdog (1 review written)
I have three dogs. A GSD, Staff and a Boxer-GSD cross. The GSD is eight years old, the cross also and the staff is six. I used to feed them on fresh meat products and meat dog food. They always know when you have something good for them and wag their tails, etc, etc. I have now, in the last two months, changed over to Wagg Dog Food. They still have the same waging tails and enthusiasm that they always have had, "At dinner time." In short they all look as good as they ever have and for this… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/01/2011
Absolutly awful! I tried to give it no stars but wasn't allowed!
Have you read the ingredients? had to feed this to my poor dog as I forgot to take some with me when I stayed at a friends.
I have never heard my dog dog fart so much and the amount of poo she produced was amazing : (… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/01/2011
I put my 7 month old boxer on wagg but got told by the vet it was full of parasites and to take her off it and also bakers isnt that good either because that is full of colours, so i guess the expensive food is the best she is now on purina and she is the weight she should be… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/01/2011
I have two very active Springer Spaniels,one ten yrs old and the other three yrs.
I used to feed them on Royal Cannin but the price was going through the roof.
Was recommended Wagg and have been feeding them on it for 12 months now.
They both love it and are in fantastic condition.I feed it wet.
My opinion is pet dogs do not need the massively over priced and hyped dog foods,the cost of them is ridiculous.
Compare the ingredients and costs of the high end dog foods to the budget ones and you… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/11/2010 by PeteMercer (1 review written)
My rescue staffie x patterdale can't read so he doesn't know that I refuse to pay silly money for his grub and he doesn't care either - loves his Wagg. Vet. recently complimented him on how well he looked and he's so full of energy… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/08/2010
i just recently brought wagg for my adult dog, and puppies. after opening the first bag to find a live maggot in i was a bit shocked ! but thought it was a 1 off ! only 2 open my puppies food an get the same again :( i mean live maggots in dog food !! so i defo will never by wagg again… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/08/2010 by sylvia hartley (1 review written)
My dog and i are extremely happy with Wagg. We have tried various foods the previous ones was Burns and Science Natures Best (both very expensive)my friend was amazed at the cost and suggested Wagg as her vet had recomedened it for her Golden Retievers we tried it and my dog loves it very happy and healthier. She is happy to eat it perfectley dry or with occasional gravy.
We will always stick to Wagg. I cannot believe the rip-off prices i was paying before, it is disgusting how they get away… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/08/2010
I have fed my dogs on Wagg for quite a while now and I must say it is great - The look good which has reflected their success in the show ring - infact one of mine has won BOB twice at Crufts and is a UK and Irish Champion (the first otterhound Irish Champion, has set breed records and has won Best in Show, Res Best in Show groups and group placements both at Championship and level in the UK, Ieland and mainland Europe whilst on this food, I would recommend it anyone… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/07/2010
I have a 6 month old Lab and used to feed him Wainwrights'. It didn't agree with him, used to upset his stomach, so I put him on Wagg and he seems to enjoy it. Coat is shiny, mess is easier to clean up and he doesn't suffer with wind. The price helps, but wasn't my main concern. I recommended it to my friend who was using beta, but his dog wasn't eating properly, they swapped and he's happy as a pig in muck… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/02/2010
Look at the ingredients of this dog food before you feed it to your dogs, its not how they look on the outside its the damage that this sort of food does on the inside, there has been some research done that suggests that it shortens your dogs life. You check what sort of food your child is getting, why is it so many people dont do the same for their dogs? anyone that thinks 4% meat derivatives is good enough to feed their dog is not what i would call a good owner… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/02/2010
I tried most of the brand name dried dog foods but after a while my two Jack Russel's got fed up of eating them. But after switching to Wagg I noticed that my dogs seemed more happier to eat dried food. Also their stools got better and they hardly fart at all.
I now use Wagg as my dogs main food and add a little Webbox chub warmed through in the microwave for extra flavour and now my dogs can't get enough of it. Dogs bowls are always licked clean… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/11/2009
PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO READ FOR THE SAKE OF YOUR DOGS HEALTH.
I have a 13 month boxer, I was feeding her royal canin boxer until someone recommended Wagg as it was a good food at a fraction of the cots. Well only one part of this was true and that is that it is cheap, cheap and nasty- I swapped her over without properly looking into the food, I'll never do this again.
After a couple of weeks of feeding she cam up in hives all around her neck,she also has bald patches where her hair has fallen… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/11/2009
I have three dogs, varying in size. All I can say is that since giving them Waggs, their coats, stools and general well being is excellent. I think its commendable that a compancy such as Waggs doesn't ripe their customers off with over inflated prices, such as other "well-known" companies do. Keep up the good work.
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Written on: 16/10/2009
The credit crunch hit us, like it did with mostly everyone very hard. With a collie cross and a GSD to feed we switched over to Wagg. First of all they enjoyed it - even my collie cross who is a very fussy eater. However over time they lost interest and will now only eat it because they have to. Time and time again I find myself having to add gravy or nature diet wet to make it more appetizing for them.
If you're looking for something cheap and cheerful then this is perfect - if you want your… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/10/2009 by Orcadian (1 review written)
I have 2 dogs a cocker spaniel & a collie/boxer cross. I originally fed them James Wellbeloved but on recommendation from a friend switched to Wagg. They love it I mix it with a liitle canned food or our dinner meat scrapsand occasional ox liver bought from my butcher. They had their annual vet check yesterday and my vet (of over 30yrs) commented on what a great condition they were in.Compare the ingredients content by content with any "major" dog food and you will see it is virtually… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/08/2009 by emmamalakian (40 reviews written)
My dogs have been fed on wagg for the past two years and i have had no problems with it.
They love it.
Great value for money.
It keeps my King Charles coat nice and glossy… Read Full Review
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