Chum Crunchy Dog Food Review
Salt – something we know to be bad for our health. Chum Crunchy has salt as the 3rd ingredient, listed by significance, which really isn’t a good sign. It comes before vegetables, vitamins, and minerals.
On the salt prominence alone I’d avoid this food. It’s not healthy.
To give an overview of the other ingredients it’s a typical low quality cheap filler food, mostly allergenic cheap grains, with meat by-products thrown in. It’s labelled as beef, bone, and vegetable flavour, which means relatively little as far as marketing guidelines go – it doesn’t need to contain a significant amount of beef, only a trace.
There’s nothing positive I can say about this food.
Cereal and cereal by-products (wheat, sorghum &/or barley), meat and meat by-products (beef, chicken &/or lamb), salt, vegetables, minerals (including potassium, calcium, iron, zinc, copper, and phosphorous), vitamins (including A, B6, B12, D3, E, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folic acid, pantothenic acid and choline), methionine and antioxidants.
- All of it.