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Thursday, 23 October 2014

Pooch and Mutt Fresh Breath Dog Food

Buddy was recently sent a lovely bag of Fresh Breath Dog Food from Pooch and Mutt.

 
 
We love Pooch and Mutt products and this was no exception.

Grain-free, complete food for adult dogs that promotes breath freshness, oral hygiene and digestion. Made with fresh, British, free-run chicken, sweet potato, parsley, peppermint, probiotics, prebiotic and citrus extract.
 
 
When the bag arrived Buddy took great pleasure in sniffing it out!
 
Buddy is pretty fussy with his food, he grazes during the day, rather than eating the whole bowl as soon as the food is put down.
 
Well..... Then came Pooch and Mutt Dog Food, he loved it, ate the lot as soon as it was put down for him, it was definitely a hit.
 
 

The ingredients include;
 
 45% chicken; a low-scent protein source.
Parsley; a source of chlorophyll, a natural deodoriser.
Peppermint; to aid breath scent.
Probiotics & prebiotics; to aid digestion, as bad digestion can be the cause of bad breath.
Sweet potato; which is low gi, high in digestion-aiding fibre and a source of b-vitamins.
Citrus extract; known to reduce plaque build up. all in a crunchy kibble; to help keep teeth clean.

 
Only Pooch & Mutt foods contain NUTRA-BIONIC. 
 
NUTRA-BIONIC is a unique supplement that includes:
 
Glucosamine and chondroitin to aid joint health probiotics and prebiotics to aid digestive health.
Omega 3&6,  zinc and biotin to aid skin and coat.
Yucca which can help reduce stool odour.
Cranberry to aid urinary tract health.
A full vitamin & mineral package and antioxidants.
 
 
The Pooch and Mutt Dog Food comes in 5 different types, Fresh Breath, Digestion & Wind, Calm & Relaxed, Move Easy and Slim & Slender.
 
Prices range from £13.99 - £41.99 depending on how bigger bag you purchase.
 
 
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Disclaimer: We were sent The Pooch and Mutt Dog Food for free, but have received no other form of compensation to provide this review. All opinions are my own.

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