Champers Rich in Chicken Dry Dog Food
with Duck & Rice
|Average Cost Per Day|
(if feeding Rover)
|Average Cost Per Year|
(if feeding Rover)
|Average Length 1 Bag Lasts|
(if feeding Rover)
*Calculation based on a golden retriever (Rover) adult weight (30kg)
being fed 438g per day as per brand guidelines, and product
total price £19.99 as accurate on date of review.
Champers Rich in Chicken Adult Dog Food is a highly digestible and complete food. 16% chicken meal is main meat ingredient in this recipe, along with other ingredients like duck meal and rice, making a premium diet for your dog. Champers pet foods are all made in the UK with all honest and clear ingredients, as well as added salmon oil for a glossy healthy coat. The product is very cheap too!
Feel free to call our pet health specialist for more advice on 01789-205-095
Suitable for: All healthy adult dogs as a complete and balanced diet.
Main Ingredients: Wheat and 16% chicken meal.
Main Meat Source: Made in the UK, the chicken is sourced from sustainable sources.
Protein Amount: This diet is 19% protein; enough for adult dogs.
Product Aim: To support the maintenance of healthy adult dogs, while feeding a very well priced food.
Allergy Benefits: None listed for product but product is not known to commonly cause allergic reactions.
Is it a natural product?
Does it include any additives? Only natural additives that help the dog's health like vitamins and minerals.
Wind, bad breath, fur & teeth benefits? Added salmon oil for a full glossy coat. Added rice for fibre to help limit wind. Dry food helps ‘clean' the teeth and avoid bad breath.
Can I only feed this one product? Yes, it is a complete and balanced food, just supply some fresh clean water in a bowl too.
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How does it keep my dog fit and healthy?
Maintenance - The diet includes everything your dog needs to keep healthy, in all the right amounts.
Skin and Coat - Includes salmon oil to give a nurished healthy skin and coat.
Digestion - Contains added fibre from rice to avoid stomach upsets and aid healthy digestion.
And, how do I feed it to my dog?
You can just give the dry food (kibble) straight to your dog - Just remember water too! Always follow the packaging feeding guidelines to know how much to feed.
So, is it a good food to buy?
A very good food to maintain your dog's health. The ingredients list is very honest and clear. 16% chicken meal makes a good top ingredient. Feeding method is really easy and the product is priced excellently for the quality.
Would it be agreeable with my dog?
Does your dog have bad breath or teeth?
The dry food is made into kibble (small round biscuit like peices) which the dog bites and chews to eat; when this happens the kibble helps to clean the teeth and remove tartar! So, if your dog has bad breath or teeth this could be really helped by feeding dry food.
Does your dog have a dull or rough coat?
The diet contains oils for added skin nourishment and a full glossy coat.
Wheat, Chicken Meal 16%, Maize, Chicken Fat, Rice 3%, Chicken Digest 2.5%, Duck Meal 2.5%, Wheatfeed, Unmolassed Beef Pulp, Distiller's Wheat Grains, Prairie Meal, Lucerne, Calcium Carbonate, Oats, Dicalcium Phosphate, Salmon Oil 0.3%, Sodium Chloride, Brewer's Yeast.
|Nutrient||Amount (per kg)|
|Omega 6:3 Ratio||4:1|
|Vitamin A||19,000 IU|
|Vitamin D||1,800 IU|
|Vitamin E||230 mg|
|Zinc Sulphate||300 mg|
|Zinc Chelate||300 mg|
|Breed Examples||Breed Size||Weight |
|15kg bag will roughly last?|
|Jack Russell, Pug||Small||5 - 10||105 - 170||3 Months, 3 Weeks|
|Staffordshire Bull Terrier||Medium||10 - 25||170 - 350||2 Months|
|German Shepard, Labrador||Large||25 - 45||350 - 525||5 Weeks|
|Rottweiler, Great Dane||X Large||45 +||525 +||< 4 Weeks|
Advice: Who likes cereal without milk? Always provide plenty of clean fresh water for your dog too!
This information is provided as a guide only. Please refer to the product packaging for full details. The feeding quantities are based on the average healthy dog. Individual feeding needs depend on many factors, including weight, age, size, activity level and environment. So, feeding amounts needed may vary and should be adjusted as required to maintain a lean, healthy body and weight.
If you wanted to feed a mixed diets, perhaps wet and dry food, then be sure to alter the feeding quantities accordingly to avoid over-feeding your dog.
Again, feel free to call our pet health specialist for more advice on 01789-205-095