Inside the Pooch and Mutt Christmas Gift Box that’s under a tenner

If the last 18 months taught us anything, it’s that time spent together is priceless, and Christmas is an amazing time to show your friends, family, and of course, your pets how much you care about them.

So, Pooch and Mutt have released a brand new Christmas range, making it even easier for your dog to get in on the festive fun this December.

This ‘Poochmas’, Pooch and Mutt have re-launched their advent calendar for dogs with a new design and fabulous festive treats behind each door, from December 1 to Christmas Eve. And this calendar is perfect for multi-dog households like ours, because there’s not one, but two tasty Turkey and Cranberry stars available each day. For Phoebe and Frank, it’s a real bonus that they won’t be needing to share – and for me, it’s a bonus because I didn’t need to buy two advent calendars!

The £7.49 calendar is sure to keep tails wagging throughout the Christmas countdown, and it won’t take long for them to cotton on to the yuletide routine the second they hear the doors popped open.

The meaty treats included in the calendar are a limited edition star-shaped snack – which is very fitting for the holidays, and we very much noticed and appreciated the extra effort. Packed with low-calorie turkey, cranberry as a source of vitamin C, a sprinkle of cinnamon – a natural anti-inflammatory – and probiotics for all-important digestive health, these really are some ‘good mood food’ for your pets.

Pooch and Mutt have always prided themselves on junk-free treats, and as a result, there are no added artificial flavours, colours or preservatives, with no grain, cereal, gluten, beef, soy, dairy and non-GM produce.

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The brand was established in 2007 by Guy Blaskey after a natural joint supplement for horses worked wonders on three month old pup Cookie. The little pooch had been diagnosed with hip dysplasia and told that she would need a hip replacement by the time she was three. It was in fact a supplement company owned by his mum that he tried Cookie on, before going on to develop a range specifically for canines – alas, Pooch and Mutt was born – and Cookie never did need that hip replacement.

If your dog can’t get enough of their advent calendar offering, then the Turkey and Cranberry meaty treats are also available to buy separately as a quantity of three, for £9.99 or seven for £22.99 – which would make a great stocking filler for all your dog’s furry friends.

Or, for £9.99, your can get your paws on the Pooch and Mutt Christmas Gift Box, which features two bags of the delicious star shaped treats, as well as two of their wet food Christmas Dinners – The Scamp’s favourite part of December 25, naturally.

The beautifully designed box sees a red and gold foil design, with snow falling on top of expertly wrapped gifts. The box offers a double helping of treats, and their Turkey & Chicken Complete Wet Food Christmas Dinner, which has received a wonderful festive makeover in environmentally friendly packaging.

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The grain-free wet food features mouth-watering fresh white meat paired with a nutritious fruit and vegetable medley, plus added prebiotics to aid digestion. We use this as a topper for their usual dry meal to add flavour and excitement to their meals over the Christmas week. One of their Tetra cartons tends to last Phoebe and Frank two to three meals each, which can then be recycled.

So, what we want to know is – are you getting the Turkey and Cranberry treats, the Christmas Dinner, the Advent Calendar – or all three? We think we know the answer…

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