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Beagle

Interested in learning about one of the world's most popular dog breeds? Take a look at today's guide for all the Beagle info you need. Beagle ...

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West Highland Terrier

Looking for information on the West Highland White Terrier? Learn all about their personality, history, exercise needs, and more! Westie ...

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Border Terrier

The Border Terrier was the second most popular breed of 2019. Check out the in-depth below guide and find out why they're so popular! Border Terrier ...

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Cavapoo

Learn all about the popular Cavapoo below. We explain what kind of characters they tend to have and if they make good pets. Cavapoo Characteristics: ...

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Lhasa Apso

In today's guide, we are going to look at the Lhasa Apso, an ancient Tibetan breed. Find out how deep this canines history really goes!   Lhasa Apso ...

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Bichon Frise

Learn all about the elegant Bichon Frise in our guide. They're undoubtedly cute and fluffy but are they friendly and well mannered? Bichon Frise Dog ...

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Lakeland Terrier

Eager to learn about the Lake District's very own Terrier? We explain all the relevant details below!  Height: 13.5-15 inches Weight: 7-8 kilos ...

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Samoyed

The Samoyed is an ancient breed dating back to 1000 B.C. Read on to find out more about the dog that shares its history with the Samoyede tribesmen of ...

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Kerry Blue Terrier

The Kerry Blue Terrier is sadly now considered a vulnerable native breed but why? Read on to get the lowdown on this wonderful breed. Height: Male ...

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Chesapeake Bay Retriever

Interested in learning all about the official dog of Maryland? Then check out our latest dog breed guide for detailed information on the Chesapeake Bay ...

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Wire Fox Terrier

Want to learn more about the Wire Fox Terrier? The only breed to have won the Westminster Kennel Club, 'Best in Show' Title 15 times! Then check out the guide ...

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Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier

The Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier is one of Ireland's popular ratters. Check out today's guide for the latest information on this amazing breed. ...

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  1. Thanks Ben! We appreciate the kind words!

  2. Hi Kathryn,

    I can give my opinion but I’d really recommend asking your vet.

  3. It’s not listed in the ingredients. However, dog food ingredients are incredibly vague. You’d need to reach out to Chappie to confirm.

  4. I’d imagine 1/2 to 1 tray a day would be about right. However, I’d recommend consulting your vet just to be sure.

  5. You can buy online at Pets at Home (link) or at one of their stores.

  6. Hi Linda,

    For whatever reason, this isn’t information that they make easy to find. We don’t know the answer.

    I think you’d need to reach out to Chappie and hope that they were feeling helpful.

  7. That’s great to hear! Well done Paddy!

  8. We weren’t aware of a change in the recipe. If that’s the case, we’ll get working on an updated article.

  9. Hi Heather,

    4 months is old enough for a puppy to be groomed. Some people argue that 10-12 weeks old is ideal as exposing a young dog to new experiences means it can easier become acclimatised to them. For example, a dog exposed to water at a young age will usually take to it better than one that meets a river for the first time as an adult dog.

    Hope that helps!

  10. No, not that we’re aware of

  11. Hi Sammi,

    Being grain-free I’d imagine yes it is gluten-free too.

    However, they make no specific mention of it being gluten-free in the literature or on the packaging.

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