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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
Written on: 23/06/2009
Wagg Complete Dog Food seems like a good quailty food, i switched to it and noticed improvement in our dogs coat, stools and wind. So that is good enough for me… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/06/2009
i have a 22 month old rottweiller, he has been eating wagg complete from 12 weeks old, his coat is very shiney, his teeth are white and his botty burps dont smell, his stools are just right. overall he loves it, i feed him twice daily with the reccomended amount on the bag, its cheap to buy unlike other rip off merchants who sell complete dog food… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/11/2008
Great product, good quality, superb value for money. Dog loves it, stools are very good, excellent value for money, switched over to this from a food costing four times more per KG, and wind is greatly reduced. Also you can buy it from Sainsbury's at £8.99 for a large bag… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/11/2008 by Jezzi1984 (3 reviews written)
Both our senior dog and puppy love Wagg Complete Dog Food. We mix it with a small proportion of wet food but this is where they get the majority of their nutrients and we are very happy with it. Our dogs have lovely shining coats, gleaming teeth, and we have noticed a marked improvement in their stools (which we consider to be an improvement in their general digestive health) and, thanks to the Yucca, no more smelly wind from our eldest who used to be a stinker! The recommended feeding… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/10/2008
Good food, my dog loves it. My Rottweiler dog actually likes this food.
I spend around £5 a week, soon I will be paying around £7-8.
Price is good at the moment, soon it will cost too much… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/05/2008 by jsgmn (1 review written)
Overall, Wagg Complete is one of the best dog feeds, complete or canned with mixer, that we have ever used.
We have phoned the company to enquire about testing - we are told that employees bring in their own dogs to work; they happily test the product for appetite only!… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/01/2008 by megansdad (1 review written)
Price has steadily gone up, I am paying nearly £2 more than this time last year and the size has just been dropped by 3 kgs, so my 20 kgs is now 17kgs, but has the price been dropped pro-rata - I dont think so… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/01/2008 by sandra madden (1 review written)
Pups enjoy this food although I do add Tesco tin foods twice a day,and scatter the dry food around the garden,so they search for awhile,keeps them active in this cold weather… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/09/2006 by trampjuicerocks (1 review written)
I have 5 dogs and thank God for Wagg Complete Dog Food. I have been using it for years now, and other than a few occasions when just one of the dogs sometimes vomited up green bile after eating it, they are happy with it. I also try to supplement the Wagg with other human food/scraps etc... My dogs are in fine healthy condition after 2 years of feeding them Wagg. Teeth are gleaming. The dogs waste is also of good quality, indicating it's well digested. Obviously, dogs like food from a number of… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/09/2006 by bambie eyes (1 review written)
I have a Bull Mastiff & Japanese Akita which both eat a lot. Wagg Complete Dog Food is cheap and hearty which fills them both up, they seem to really enjoy it and tuck in straight away. Their poo is always a firm and solid colour with no dreadful smells.
It's not smelly so I tend to mix in some Purina lamb complete which makes it extra tasty and smelly for them which isn't really a bad point as I buy both in bulk, but the Purina lasts months, as I use small amounts so even though it's… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/08/2006 by mitsub (1 review written)
Excellent cheap dog food that just seems to agree with my dog & his coat. No complaints what-so-ever… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/08/2006 by JaniePortugal (16 reviews written)
Good option if you are short of cash as a one off, but personally for my dog, Wagg Complete Dog Food isn't very good for him as it leaves him hungry and he turns his nose up at it. He has more than the recommended amount but his tummy growls within a few hours after and he scavenges for food… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/07/2005 by gemma smith (3 reviews written)
I have a 14 month old Springer Spaniel, he seems to like Wagg, as he eats his daily recommended food guide, but after eating wagg for a few months his teeth have started to stain, even though I clean his teeth… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/05/2004 by jwalkden (19 reviews written)
My dog can be fussy - not generally being all that keen on dry dog food, though Wagg Complete, he actually liked… Read Full Review
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