Scrumbles Produces Gut-Friendly Food For Cats And Dogs

A selection of Scrumbles pet foods.

Launched in 2018, Scrumbles produces gut-friendly food for cats and dogs that doesn’t cost the earth.

The brand was set up by pet parents, Aneisha and Jack – after they noticed that their rescue cat, Boo, and their shih tzu, Smudge, were struggling with upset tummies.

Aneisha used her degree in natural sciences, her training in canine and feline nutrition and the help of expert nutritionists to develop new recipes with optimal nutrition for cats and dogs — that they also love to eat. After a year’s hard work, testing and trialling, Scrumbles was born.

“Serving cats and dogs with gut friendly food that’s kind to tummies and to the planet is our mission. We really believe that good food shouldn’t cost the earth, so we want to have a positive impact on our planet by giving back more than we consume. That’s why we use either plastic-free or recyclable packaging, make all our food in the UK and responsibly source our ingredients for our scrumbilicous [sic] food.

Aneisha and Jack, founders of Scrumbles

Each recipe is carefully tailored for breed size and life stage, ensuring that Scrumbles is both nutritious and delicious — it’s crammed with up to 75% chicken. Using a blend of freshly prepared and dried chicken ensures high levels of animal protein, and delivers an irresistible taste for pets.

Whether you’re in need of kitten portions, with easy-to-eat kibble, single source protein recipes to cater for your dog’s intolerances, or wet cat food with a protein content you can be proud of, Scrumbles has it all.

The brand avoids artificial preservatives, colours or flavours and unnecessary nasties like salt, sugar and pea protein. Catering to sensitive tummies, their food is gluten free, has added probiotics, and is naturally hypoallergenic.

Scrumbles also offers a wide range of delicious, gut-friendly and hypoallergenic treats.

The brand have appeared on Dragons Den, launched into Sainsburys three months ago and are now stocked in Wholefoods — just recently.

You can find out more about Scumbles here.