For 10 consecutive years, Pooch & Mutt has held and maintained Ethical Accreditation status. The company was recently re-awarded the distinction following our annual independent audit, setting the fantastic 10 year milestone.
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Recipients of an 85 ECI on the latest ethical pet food table, the Pooch & Mutt range of natural health foods, treats and supplements for dogs is highly recommended by The Good Shopping Guide.
If you're new to the brand, they started in 2008 with two supplement products for dogs; but over the years the company decided to get these healthy, natural active ingredients into dogs in a more fun way and so developed treats and foods where the supplements are 'built in'. Pooch & Mutt's range now includes grain-free dog food, treats, supplements and chews - which can help with digestion, skin, coat and joint care.
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Pooch & Mutt also recently launched a new wet food range enforcing the brand’s commitment to sustainably sourced, quality food with the environment at its heart. The food comes in innovative Tetra packs which push the boundaries of pet food packaging - they are easy to use, 100% recycleable and made from 70% renewable resources with a carbon footprint that is 80% lower than a can and 50% lower than a pouch. Figures show that Tetra packs are also highly efficient during transportation, storage and in distribution, using 33% less space than a can.
#GIVEAWAY Fancy winning a carton of our new wet food - in any flavour you fancy?
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"Ditch the can. Help the Planet" is the mantra for the new product, with founder Guy Blaskey commenting: "We're very excited to be paving the way for more brands to 'ditch the can'. The tetra's show that you can bring fresh, high-quality ingredients to contribute to a happier, healthier planet as well as happier, healthier dogs."