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Chudleys Working Crunch Dog Food

  • Dry » 15kg Bag £17.49

Chudleys Working Crunch is a dry dog food formulated specifically for the nutritional needs of all types of working and sporting dogs. The diet provides increased energy levels from fat and protein which helps increase working ability, improve recovery rate and generally enhance stamina. The added herbs help to support the dogs' mobility and joint integrity, while the omega 3 and 6 oils from salmon oil help to improve the skin and coat condition. Also ideal for lactating bitches.

Chudleys Working Crunch


Chicken meal, Wheat, Maize, Wheatfeed, Chicken fat, Unmolassed beet pulp, Full fat linseed, Prairie meal, Yeast, Rape oil, Salmon oil, Salt, Seaweed, Dandelion, Celery, Nettle, Burdock root, Devil's claw root, Yucca, Green lipped mussel, Blackcurrant, Kale, Spinach, Beetroot, Rosemary, Rosehip & Pomegranate.


  • Protein - 24%
  • Fat Content - 14%
  • Crude Fibres - 3.5%
  • Crude Ash - 6%

Feeding guidelines

Size of dog Optimum mature weight Daily requirement (g)
Small 5-10kg 115-200
Medium 10-25kg 200-400
Large 25-45kg 400-630
Giant >45kg 630+

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German shepherd puppy

7th Sep 2015
VioVet Visitor

I would like to know if this food is good for my puppy. Is a German Shepherd 3 month old
Anca Acostunoie

  • Non-Executive Director

This diet should be suitable for your dog. It is one of the more economical diets which is based largely on meat or chicken meal and cereal and they are effective for the majority of large dogs. There is a general feeling that higher protein diets made with fresh meat are better, but they are much more expensive. Many dogs will do well on either sort of diet in fact, but this is something which you can assess in time.