About us

Mutts Butts was created to enable the easy purchase of dog poop bags for you, without all the hassle. We at Mutts Butts love dogs! We also love responsible dog owners who pick up the poop!

Wholesale Suppliers

Our parent company JRB Enterprise Ltd are leading suppliers of poop scoop bags to local authorities, the National Trust and British Waterways, alongside Town and Parish Councils throughout the country.

Responsible Dog Owners

However, we also wanted to be able to sell our bags to the general public in smaller quantities, whilst offering a swift, fun buying experience.  We also wanted to provide the added feel good factor of a charity donation from us on your purchase to our featured charities. 

Biodegradable Waste Bags

All our dog poop bags contain a totally degradable additive called either d2w or EPI. More information on the degrading process can be found on their websites: www.d2w.net & www.epi-global.com.

Our Customers Come First

We strive to provide our customers with the highest quality products and the highest level of customer service. From the factory to your door our focus is on you, our customer.

Meet Boo our very own Mutt

Boo is 2, very bouncy, adores muddy ditches and puddles, and her cuddly toys. She is an essential member of the Mutts Butts team.

Boo - the Mutts Butts mutt     Boo - Mutts Butts' mutt

Latest news from the blog...


    Maggie is certainly having a lovely time 

  • Helping Guide Dogs for the Blind

    And a charity donation from us...

    Mutts Butts would like to thank all our customers for the their valued support and help in supporting the Guide Dogs for the Blind. Our last quarter’s donation  was just over £1000.

    For more information on the amazing work The Guide Dogs do please visit their website www.guidedogs.org.uk

  • Theo receives the Victoria Cross

    An Army explosives sniffer dog who died of a 'broken heart' just hours after his handler was killed in Afghanistan was given a posthumous award today.

    Lance Corporal Liam Tasker, 26, was shot by insurgents last year while on patrol in Helmand Province with his dog Theo - who died just a few hours later.

    The pair, who were said to have been inseparable, detected a record 14 Taliban roadside bombs and weapons caches in five months, and are believed to have saved countless lives.

    Their role was to provide search and clearance support, uncovering hidden weapons, improvised explosive devices and bomb-making equipment.

    The springer spaniel was unhurt in the incident on March 1, but died just a few hours later of a seizure. His family believed he died of a broken heart.

    Theo was awarded the PDSA Dickin Medal, known as the animals’ Victoria Cross, at Wellington Barracks, London, for his 'gallantry and devotion'.

  • Her Majesty's Most Loyal Subjects

    With the Queen's Jubilee fast approaching there has been a boost in popularity in her favourite dog....The Corgi!   

     Apparently the Kennel Club listings of puppies for sale have increased by 37% in the past four months.

    The Queen has three Corgis:  Monty, Willow and Holly.  She was given her first Corgi for her 18th Birthday and has loved them ever since.

    If you have a Corgi we’d love to see a photo for our Dog of the Month section in June... Please send one to Julie @jrbenterprises.com with a little bit about why your dog is special to you and we @MuttsButts will do the rest!