A dog’s dinner

Treat your furry friends to Pooch & Mutt’s products to help keep them calm, slim, healthy, mobile and improve their dental hygiene. The mantra of this award-winning pet food brand (poochandmutt.com) is that there should be honesty in pet food, both for the ingredients used and how it is produced. Many dogs struggle to digest foods that are high in grains (including corn and wheat) and this can result in digestive discomfort, itchy skin and sub-optimal health. We’ve got together with Pooch & Mutt to give away a doggy care package containing a supply of healthy, grain-free dog food, healthy dog chews and treats worth almost £150.

Enter now for your chance to win!

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13 Responses to A dog’s dinner

  1. kipper says:

    My pooches would love to get their grubby Paws on this yummy prize

  2. Sharon McLoone says:

    Pooch and mutt would be a great treat for Murphy the spaniel

  3. Andrea lewis says:

    My lovely neighbours dog tess would love these, as her owner has just come out of hospital. So a little treat for her would be lovely to cheer her up

  4. Lynn says:

    I know a gorgeous dog that would enjoy this.

  5. linda says:

    Kano my Akita cross loves treats and any kind of fuss. woof woof and hope you consider my entry.

  6. Linda says:

    Brilliant prize for our cocker spaniel and Rottweiler pets, they love chess and treats!

  7. Denise ashley says:

    Perfect gift the for my best friends pampered pooches.

  8. Fiona Shepherd says:

    looks good

  9. Millie Griffiths says:

    Please mummy …. may I have some more …. woof…. lick …. dribble …. Pant #@#@#@

  10. Julie Bard says:

    wow amazing prize for my dogs

  11. Anne Anderson says:

    Would love for my dog Yoda to try this. Fingers crossed.

  12. tony robinson says:

    I dont have a dog but my grandaughter works at a dog rescue charity and I would donate these to them, they would certainly be put to good use

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