Quick, healthy and easy – treat your pooch with this simple cupcake recipe. (Bonus – they’re human friendly too). Recipe makes 9 pupcakes Ingredients: 1 cup plain flour 1/3 cup porridge oats 1 tsp baking soda 1 cup shredded carrots 1/3 cup peanut butter 1 banana 1 large egg 1/4 cup vegetable oil 1/4 cup […]
With the colder months coming, it’s a good time to think about joint care for your dog. Joint problems are common in dogs, especially as they get older. A pooch over the age of seven is at risk of developing problems with joint health. The joints are lubricated with a small amount of fluid and […]
Obesity can cause severe health problems for dogs including heart disease, high blood pressure and respiratory disease. It is also the number one cause of diabetes in dogs, with the number of reported cases growing. Overall, an overweight dog is likely to have a poorer quality of life than that of a dog maintaining a […]
My husband and I adopted our Roskva, an Icelandic Sheepdog quite late. She was 8 when we got her, now 11. Even though we’ve bought her only the best and most expensive foods, she’d get allergies, throw up, get bloated, gain weight. We’ve been struggling to make her feel better for 3 years now. The […]
We all know that bad breath is a common problem for dogs. Small dogs are especially prone to tartar and plaque, both of which contribute to bad breath and can result in gum disease. Bad breath is also caused by a build-up of bacteria in the gut, lungs, or mouth and when it comes to […]
Get beach doggy ready with Pooch & Mutt. With Summer just around the corner, everyone wants to look their best – and there’s no time like the present to get in shape. It’s easy enough for a dog to become overweight – irresistible puppy dog eyes with titbits at the dinner table all add up. Our […]
The treats featured in S Magazine’s “Get this!” page on the 8th April 2018.
PATS seminars: Pooch & Mutt founder Guy Blaskey gives tips on growing a business This year’s PATS featured insightful talks from some of the industry’s most successful brands. Considering Pooch & Mutt’s phenomenal growth over the years, founder Guy Blaskey drew upon his experience for his talk. Revealing the reason behind his topic choice ‘9 tips for growing your […]
Pooch & Mutt founder Guy Blaskey speaks to the Telegraph’s Alison Coleman about how to successfully outsmart big competitors as a small firm. “Pooch & Mutt is challenging the goliaths of the market, Mars and Nestle,” the article reads, as it goes on to highlight the company’s agility compared to that of large multi-national conglomerates. […]
A dog’s stool is a strong indicator of gastrointestinal health – a good working gut and digestive system should result in healthy, solid stools. It’s common for dogs to experience diarrhoea because of prescription medication, allergies, or eating something they shouldn’t have. But it’s important to understand that there’s a difference between diarrhoea and soft […]
I just wanted to email Pooch and Mutt and thank them highly on their products. My 8 year old Border Collie, Stella, absolutely loves your Calm and Relaxed Complete Food. It has made a huge difference in her skin!
Dogs love to chew, and it’s a great way to keep their teeth in good condition. (Permitting your pooch isn’t chomping their way through another pair of new shoes!) When it’s household objects or personal items, it can seem destructive and inconvenient. But chewing is a natural behaviour for dogs and you can try to […]
Pooch & Mutt, the makers of “Health Food for Dogs with Nothing to hide”, have enlisted the help of four models body-painted as dogs, a top music producer and an award-winning film director to highlight some of the problems with the pet food industry. Whilst naked models body-painted as dogs might not be the […]
The packaging for all of our grain-free foods is designed to be opened very easily. The simplest way to open your bag is the same way you would o pen a carton of milk. Check out the photos below for a step by step guide:
When switching a dog’s food, it’s recommended that you do so gradually, because they tend to have sensitive digestion. If you switch too abruptly, it can be a shock to the digestive system and result in tummy upset / diarrhoea. Below is a rough guide to a 7-day switch. If you think your pooch needs […]