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 […]
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 […]
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 involves household objects, or personal items, it can seem destructive and inconvenient. But chewing is a natural behaviour for dogs, and you should try […]
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 […]
Open, pour and easily reseal your bag of Pooch & Mutt food in 3 simple steps: It’s that simple! Click here to find out more about our grain-free foods.
Having a dog can be a very rewarding experience, so it’s exciting when you think you’re ready to have one. But it’s important to remember that whilst being rewarding, having a dog is a huge responsibility. If you’re wondering whether you’re ready for the commitment, there’s thousands of breeds to choose from and every dog […]
In moderation, some human foods are safe to share with your pooch. But some of the snacks that we enjoy can be extremely toxic to dogs. Below, we’ve listed some of the top ones to look out for and to avoid. If you suspect your pooch has eaten any of the following foods, please note […]
If you’ve had your pooch since puppy-hood, it’s likely that you took steps to train them at an early age. But if you’re adopting an older dog, bringing them into a new environment with new routines may mean that they need additional house training. If your dog has been showing uncharacteristic toilet behaviours, such as […]
Barking is an important form of communication for dogs, and it’s completely natural. Dogs will bark to express many things, often excitement, or sometimes as a warning or to protect their territory. If your pooch is barking excessively for seemingly no reason, they’re telling you that they’re bored! Here’s 3 tips to help you battle […]
August 28th marks the final bank holiday of 2017 – and what better way to enjoy the long weekend than celebrating National Dog Day on the 26th with your pooch. Here’s some fun ways you can enjoy the long weekend with your dog. New Adventures There’s nothing dogs love more than a nice long walk. […]
Having your dog trained can be helpful when faced with battling problem behaviours. It’s also an important part of a dog’s life; enabling them to socialise and interact without disruption. The younger you train your pooch the better, but there’s no “wrong” time to start. There aren’t many supplies needed for training your dog, and […]
Good bacteria is important for a healthy gut. But did you know that ‘friendly bacteria’ also supports the immune system, the brain, digestion, and the assimilation of nutrients in the body? Probiotic supplements contain healthy bacteria that boost your dogs immune system to help fight infection as well as reduce inflammation. Here’s how probiotics boost your […]
Walks are a part of any dog owner’s daily routine. It’s important for your pooch to get regular exercise for their general well-being, but also because they love to be active! With such active lifestyles, joint care is a topic of consideration for many dog owners. Adding Mobile Bones to your dog’s diet can […]
Unfortunately, skin problems are very common in dogs. In fact, they are often the most common cause for a trip to the vet. A flaky, dry coat, itching / scratching are all common symptoms to raise concern. Allergies and environmental factors can play a part, but there are some steps you can take to help prevent skin irritation and encourage a healthy, shiny coat.