there are more foods on the market that use alot better ingrediants than wagg, that are hypoallergenic, no additives, wheat gluten free and no colourants !! yes you will pay a little more for them but in the long run as they use better ingrediants in the food you tend not to use as much so the bags do tend to last a little longer !!!
James Wellbeloved, Pro plan, Hills science plan, even some of the bigger pet stores own branded foods are quite good. my 3 labs are fed on James Wellbeloved and ive not had any problems with them !!!! in the end though it all comes down to what suits your dog....i know people that swear by chappie and thats not one of the expensive foods on the market !
Both Zack's parents were raised (and still are) on Wagg and it was the best food for them. Zack has a mix of Wagg and wet food and that works for him. We've tried a lot of dry foods to work out which is best. Meat should be the first ingredient listed on a dog food i.e. Wagg is a lot better than Pedigree dry food. Harrigton's is also rather good, though Zack went off it fairly quickly.