Pooch & Mutt Launch New Pocket Packs and Introduce Puppy Development to the Range

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Pooch & Mutt has introduced Puppy Development to their highly successful Pocket Pack range, which previously included Calm & Relaxed and Fresh Breath. Along with the new variety, the packaging of the Pocket Pack range has been updated. Each Pocket Pack retails at £1 in Waitrose and includes a minimum of 9 hand baked, larger sized biscuits.

The award-winning company says its latest innovation ‘helps new puppy owners provide the best possible nutrition for their young dog at the first instance’. Puppy Development Pocket Pack treats are a wheat free, ethical and natural reward to help with developing digestion in young dogs. With Omega 3 rich Flaxseed and Prebiotics alongside ethically sourced British chicken, the Puppy Development Pocket Packs are a great treat for busy puppy parents to feed.

The range of all-natural Pocket Packs include:
* Calm and Relaxed – chicken, chamomile and l-tryptophan, aimed at helping anxious or nervous dogs with relaxation
* Fresh Breath – parsley, peppermint oil and chicory, formulated specifically for poor breath and oral hygiene
* Puppy Development – flaxseed, prebiotics, rosemary extract for puppies older than 12 weeks

The updated packaging includes a window, reseal able top for busy dogs and the same natural, low calorie, wheat free recipe which can be suitable for dogs with allergies and sensitive digestion.

The award winning recipes have not changed and do not include any animal derivatives, by-products or wheat. The Pocket Pack treats include British, free run chicken that has been ethically accredited by PETA and winner of The Ethical Award from The Ethical Company Organisation.

Founder Guy Blaskey states, “We are very proud of our new Puppy Development Pocket Pack and updated packaging, as our new packs reflect the premium product our customers want. With only the best, British ingredients in each pack, it’s no wonder the Pocket Packs are a top seller among British pet stores!”