Good mood food. That’s how Pooch and Mutt describe their grain-free, junk-free wet food recipes – and Phoebe and Frank would agree!
Back in September 2021, Pooch and Mutt altered their wet food recipes, and while some customers preferred the old jelly-heavy formula, others preferred the new one. So, we decided to try it for ourselves.
The Pooch and Mutt variety pack of wet food comes with 12 cartons of wet meat – three cartons of four different flavour combinations – for £19.99. However, I managed to bag 45% off when I added it to my basket and left it there for a couple of days, as Pooch and Mutt sent the code out in a bid to encourage hitting that ‘checkout’ button.
Delivery was quick, and for £15 (including postage) we worked out the variety pack would last the Scamps 24 days – so over three weeks! We only add wet meat to Phoebe and Franks evening meal, and we would add a quarter of the carton to each meal for them, so found it to be quite good value for cash, as well as being easy to store at home in the pantry.
Each carton is 375g, and described by Pooch and Mutt as ‘bursting with fresh ingredients that do good and taste good’.
The variety pack features the flavours, Chicken, Pumpkin & Pea, Turkey & Chicken, Chicken & Beef, and Turkey & Duck. The colours of each carton are in very cute pastels, and are labelled not only on the front, but on top too, which makes picking the evening’s recipe quick and easy.
Suitable for puppies and dogs ‘of any age’, each recipe contains between 50-65% meat for protein, amino acids and energy, alongside natural, fibrous, fresh vegetables, vitamins and minerals for a complete and balanced diet. While we feed this in addition to kibble, there’s nothing stopping you feeding just wet food, so long as it’s a complete recipe.