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Chappie Dog Food Ingredients

Chappie is one of the oldest and most trusted pet food brands. Often recommended by vets, Chappie dog food has been around for more than 70 years and has been a firm favourite with many dog owners.

Chappie is easily digestible, complete adult dog food with all the nourishment a dog needs for a naturally healthy diet.

Chappies ingredients are lower in fat than many other dog foods and, as it contains fish, it is an excellent source of protein, it is low in fat, and contains a unique blend of polyunsaturated fatty acids.

By using wholegrain maize and wheat, Chappie ensures maximum nourishment – starch for energy, and fibre for healthy digestion The special blend of low fat and dietary fibre provides your dog with a slow release of energy, satisfying a dogs needs throughout the day.

Enriched with vitamins: Chappie is enriched with essential vitamins and fatty acids, for perfect balance in a dogs diet

Moisture 8.5% Fibre 4.0% Protein 20.0% Fat 7.0% Carbohydrate 58% Magnesium 0.18% Sodium 0.45% Calcium 1.38% Phosphorous 0.94%

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6 Comments »

  1. Vincent Rodriguez Said,

    May 14, 2010 @ 9:59 am

    Hello. I am feeding my Greyhound Chappie Original tinned and dry food. I need to know salt content as she has weak kidneys following a virus. The information above seems to conflict with the perecentages show on teh tin. Can you clarify please?

    Many thanks

  2. Amanda Said,

    July 22, 2010 @ 5:06 pm

    My dog has been diagnosed with pancreatitis. The vet said he should stay on a low fat diet for life.

    What is the total fat content for:-

    Tinned chicken and rice
    Dry chicken and rice

    I prefer to use dry dog food. Would this be safe for my dog in his condition?

    Thanks

    Amanda

  3. susan williams Said,

    October 1, 2012 @ 8:16 pm

    My 3 dogs have been on chappie chicken and rice for at least 6 years and they have thrived on it. Why therefore when the packaging and shape of the dried dog food changed all 3 have developed various levels of intolerance to it. Have any of the ingriedients changed? If so can i still buy the original? thank you

  4. penny patton Said,

    October 23, 2012 @ 3:20 pm

    my dog has to eat hypoalergenic dog food is chappie suitable for this, its for his stomach.

  5. wendy Said,

    November 18, 2012 @ 2:09 pm

    My dog has been ill and prescribed i/d prescription diet now we have to introduce a normal diet he cannot go back on his previous. I have been looking at wafcol sensitive for senior dogs but also wondered about chappie preferably kibble could use some wet food. He is a border terrier which can be a little hyper

  6. Sharon Said,

    March 15, 2013 @ 5:54 pm

    I also would like to know if Chappie is low in salt as mu dog has been diagnosed with Kidney problems. Thanks

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