Pooch and Mutt

Posted in Dog Life
on January 7, 2018

Pooch and Mutt

Pooch and Mutt were the first treats Ember ever ate, way back when we first got her in 2015. These British made treats are baked with the best natural ingredients, they are low in calories and ethically made, which is something really important for me. Plus, Ember loves food, so what’s better, is Pooch and Mutt offer food too.

Food things first

They offer five flavours/benefits at the moment:

– Calm and relaxed: Turkey and sweet potato blend for dogs that are anxious or excitable

– Fresh breath: British free-run chicken and sweet potato blend for oral hygiene

– Health and digestion: Scottish salmon and sweet potato blend for dogs with sensitive digestion

– Move easy: Scottish salmon with rose hip perfect for dogs with mobility issues

– Slim and slender: British free-run chicken and sweet potato to support joints for dogs which are a little overweight

I chose to try the calm and relaxed food as the treats seem to have worked wonders on an excited puppy like Ember.

First impressions are promising, I’m a sucker for packaging and have always loved the Pooch and Mutt packaging, the food bags are just as cute as the treat tubes! As for the food, it’s a grain free, dried dog kibble biscuits, they are a little smaller than Ember’s usual food but they seemed to go down just as well with her, if not better.



The verdict

Ember really loved the taste of this food, it smelt great and natural and the biscuits were a good size, especially for her slow feed bowl. Ember can sometimes be a crazy dog, it’s all part of her breed, but this food is great in helping to calm her down due to the Chamomile included. The food is also great for dogs who get stressed often, due to the B-Vitamins and natural pro and prebiotics.

And the treats?


As previously mentioned we have tried some of the treats before and after being sent three more packs, it appears we’ve tried all of them! The calming treats, puppy development treats and brain trainers came in especially handy when trying to train Ember.

There are seven different treat packs you can get, which each come with approximately 150 treats, so there’s bound to be one to suit every pups needs.

– Brain and train
– Calm and relaxed
– Feel good
– Fresh breath
– Health and digestion
– Move easy
– Puppy development


Ember loves the taste of every blend and they are the perfect size to put in your pocket for walks or just use for helpful training around the house. Plus the fact that they are low calorie and natural means I don’t feel bad feeding her as many as I do (how do you ignore the beg eyes?)

In conclusion

I would thoroughly recommend Pooch and Mutt to anyone looking for natural, low-calorie food and treats for their dogs, give their website a look for some more information.


Pooch and Mutt kindly provided us with some products to review. This does not affect our opinion, Embers taste of the product or our review. Other items in the review were brought by myself. 

Leave a Reply

You may also like