Wagg Complete Original Adult Dry Dog Food - Beef & Veg
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Delicious 28%* Meaty Ingredients
* 28% Meat Ingredients with Beef & Veg*** equivalent per 100g kibble to:
* min 40g hydrated animal ingredients with ** min 18% Beef
*** min 10g Vegetables from dried Peas and Beet
Our tasty complete dog food is rich in beef and contains everything your dog needs to keep them in tip top condition.
Recipe balanced with meat, carbohydrates, vegetables, omega 3 and 6 fats, minerals and essential vitamins for 100% assured complete and balanced nutrition.
Ingredients you know and trust. Chicory root - a source of natural prebiotic Inulin and FOS. All to support good gut flora, consistent digestion and health.
Tasty Meat Ingredients
For healthy and naturally digestible proteins.
Healthy Teeth and Bones
Balanced Calcium and Vitamin D for healthy teeth and bones.
Skin & Coat
With a balanced ratio of omega 6 and 3 fatty acids to encourage healthy skin and a glossy coat.
No Artificial Colours or Flavours
We do not add any artificial colours or flavours to our foods.
Helps Reduce Odour
Yucca, known to help reduce flatulence odour.
Size: Small, Breed: Miniature Poodle, Corgi, Jack Russell, Terrier, Dog Weight: 3kg - 10kg, Serving Size: 80g - 115g
Size: Medium, Breed: Spaniel, Beagle, Border Collie, Dog Weight: 10kg - 20kg, Serving Size: 115g - 325g
Size: Large, Breed: Labrador, Pointer, Alsatian, Retriever, Doberman, Dog Weight: 20kg - 40kg, Serving Size: 325g - 545g
Size: X Large, Breed: Great Dane, St Bernard, Irish Wolfhound, English Mastiff, Dog Weight: 40kg+, Serving Size: 545kg+
Calories per 100g = 338 Kcal
Wagg Adult Beef & Veg is a complete pet food suitable for all dogs from 8 weeks onwards. It can be fed dry or moistened with warm or cold water (approx. 1 part water to 2 parts food).
How much you feed will vary depending on your dog's age, breed and activity levels e.g. older dogs will require less than young/growing dogs. Young and growing dogs should be fed 2-3 times a day.
It is important for your dog's health not to let them become over weight. Use the Body Condition Score guide to assess the weight of your dog (3 being ideal) and consult a veterinarian if you are concerned.
Pregnant bitches may need 50% more than their usual feed and lactating bitches up to four times their normal intake depending on litter size and body condition.
Ensure clean, fresh drinking water is available to your dog at all times.
Body Condition Score
This chart is intended to be used as a guide, if your dog does not fall into the 'ideal' range we suggest you consult your vet for further advice.
Easily visible ribs, lower back and pelvic bones. No visible covering of fat, obvious waist and abdominal tuck. Absence of any muscle mass.
Easily felt ribs, minimum covering of fat, waist easily noted when viewed from above and visible abdominal tuck.
Ribs felt but without excess fat covering, waist noted behind ribs when viewed from above. Abdomen tucked up when viewed from the side.
Ribs felt but with an excess covering of fat. Waist still observed from above but not as prominent. Abdominal tuck may be absent.
Ribs not easily felt under a large covering of fat. Waist and abdominal tuck not discernible. Fat deposits on lower back and base of tail. May observe signs of obvious abdominal distension.
|Typical Values||Analytical Constituents|
|Additives (per kg)|
|Zn (Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate)||50 mg|
|Fe (Iron (II) Sulphate Monohydrate)||30 mg|
|Mn (Manganous Oxide)||30 mg|
|Cu (Copper (II) Sulphate Pentahydrate)||5 mg|
|I (Calcium Iodate Anhydrous)||0.5 mg|
|Se (Sodium Selenite)||0.1 mg|
Wagg Complete with Beef and Veg is a complete pet food suitable for all dogs from 8 weeks onwards. It can be fed dry or moistened with warm or cold water (approximately 1 part water to 2 parts food).
How much you feed will vary depending on your dog's age, breed and activity levels. Older dogs will require less than younger dogs. Young and growing dogs should be fed 2-3 times a day, to appetite if possible.
From 8-12 weeks old we recommend feeding three times a day.
From 12-24 weeks old feed twice a day and from 24 weeks old feed once or twice a day.
Pregnant bitches may need 50% more than their usual feed and lactating bitches up to four times their normal intake.
Ensure clean, fresh water is available to your dog at all times.
Size of Dog: Young: Young Dogs, Dog Weight: 8 Weeks Upwards; Daily Serving: See Feeding Guide
Size of Dog: Small: Poodle/Corgi/Jack Russell/Terrier, Dog Weight: 3kg-10kg; Daily Serving: 75g-200g
Size of Dog: Medium: Spaniel/Beagle/BorderCollie, Dog Weight: 10kg-20kg; Daily Serving: 200g-400g
Size of Dog: Large: Labrador/Pointer/Alsatian/Retriever, Dog Weight: 20kg-40kg; Daily Serving: 400g-600g
Size of Dog: Ex Large: Doberman/Great Dane/St Bernard/Blood Hound, Dog Weight: 40kg+; Daily Service: 600g-600g+
A teacup is approximately 100g
The contents of this bag will feed a large sized dog for 24 days, at 500 grams a day.
Wagg Dog Food Feeding Guide
All our complete dry dog food products can be fed dry or moistened with cold or warm water in a recommended ratio of 1 part water to 2 parts food. Just make sure you always provide a bowl of clean fresh water. To switch from another food to a Wagg complete dry dog food gradually introduce over a 5 to 7 day period. All our adult complete dog food products can be fed to all dogs from 8 - 12 weeks onwards, but this can vary depending on breed, please consult your vet if you need further advice. Try not to overfeed and give your dog as much exercise as possible. See the tables below for suggested daily amounts.
Young Dogs: Puppies and growing dogs should generally be fed according to appetite where possible, but the tables below show suggested daily amounts.
Feeding Wagg Puppy: After weaning, Wagg puppy food provides a completely balanced diet that puppies and growing dogs can enjoy from 3 weeks onwards. To introduce Wagg puppy food, you should moisten the food with water or milk (approximately 1 part liquid to 2 parts food) and feed your puppy frequently (3-4 meals a day). This can be reduced to 1-2 meals after 6 months.
Feeding other Wagg diets: You should feed young and growing dogs of 8 weeks and upwards at least 2-3 times a day. Once they get a bit older, say from 8-12 weeks, you should feed them up to 3 times a day and then twice a day from 12-24 weeks. Once they have past the 24 week mark, keep it to once or twice a day.
Whelping: Bitches in whelp need up to 50% more than their normal intake from mid pregnancy onwards. Lactating bitches need up to 4 times as much feed as their normal intake.
Wagg Original/Chicken & Veg, Wagg Premium, Wagg Worker, Sensitive (Gluten Free) & Wagg Senior
|Size of Dog||Dog Weight||Daily Amount|
|Young||8 weeks upwards||See Feeding Guide below|
|75 - 200g|
|200 - 400g|
44 - 88lbs
|400 - 600g|
|600 - 600g+|
A teacup is approximately 100g.
Puppy Feeding Guide
|Dog Weight||3-6 weeks||6-12 weeks||3-4 months||4-6 months||6-12 months|
|*||30g - 60g||35g - 55g||25g - 45g||20g - 40g|
|*||110g - 300g||105g - 300g||90g - 250g||75g - 200g|
|*||300g - 600g||280g - 550g||250g - 500g||200g - 400g|
|-||-||550g - 850g||500g - 700g||400g - 600g|
* To introduce Wagg Puppy food, moisten with water or milk and feed frequently.
A teacup is approximately 100g.
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great value for money and does the job great super fast delivery
my son's brilliant Staffy pup LOVES this product and is growing really well on it, my son wouldn't change him to anything else, its good value and easily digested
Bought this really good vaule for money..its the only food my boxer will eat time after time, and I have tried all the really expensive foods aswell. Will definatley purchase again,
I switched to wagg as having two dogs it was becoming expensive to feed them. They started of on James Wellbeloved dog food and then Pedigree better by nature these were becoming extortionate in price. On researching the ingredients in all of these there isnt much difference in the expensive products and wagg. The ingredients are much of a muchness and all have the yucca in them. Both my labradors are fine eating it and have had no problems at all. Would fully recommend this to others