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Our Charity Donations

Guide Dogs for the BlindWe felt it incredibly important, (even more so in this economy) when we created Mutts Butts, that to be able to give something back would make us feel happy. Thus the idea sprang into mind of teaming up Mutts Butts to a Dog Charity. 

Charity Giving With Every Dog Poop Bag Sold

We decided to give our support to The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association. We felt they would truly benefit from a small monetary donation from us, each time you, our customer, bought our poop scoop bags for your dog. It costs Guide Dogs £10 a day to support each guide dog partnership and there are currently over 4,800 guide dog owners in the UK.

The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association

Guide dogs have been providing blind and partially-sighted people with the freedom and independence a guide dog brings them for more than 90 years. They also deliver confidence building rehabilitation services to adults, young people and children including long cane mobility training and communication, along with daily living skills. But they depend on charitable donations to carry out this essential work to support blind and partially-sighted people and enable them to gain independence in their lives.

We are sure you would agree that the work they do is invaluable and any help we would be able to give is a bonus with an added feel good factor too.

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Latest news from the blog...

  • oli's first pupdate!

    At just over 8 months old Oli had began her puppy training and judging from her report card she'll be heading to big school very soon. She is now wearing her guide dog puppy vest and is trying her paws at learning new skills and commands.

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  • happy 90th birthday guide dogs

    Guide dogs are owning their age today as we celebrate our working canine companions reaching the grand age of 90. As the charity is at this incredible milestone they have launched their anual appel this time with a , you guessed it, 90 theme.

    Guide logo and dogs

    Starting in 1931 from a humble lockup in Wallasey, Mersyside, two phenomenal woman, Muriel Crooke and Rosamund Bond, began training the first four British guide dogs. Now nearly a centary later over 36,000 lives have been transformed by the charity and the UK has begun to show their love for the organisation. Landmarks like the Milliennium Bridge and Blackpool Tower have been lit up in 'labrador yellow', charity walkies are taking place all accross the country and some of our favorite celebrities are showing off their most loyal fans in a series of paw-traits in order to raise awairness and celebrate the anniversary. 

    The charity is encouraging people to help raise money in any way they can. Be it throwing a 90's party in their hounor, going on a 90 minute walkies or even sharing your own perfect paw-trait to spread awairness, all money raised will be used to fund the life changing services our fury friends provide.

  • Introducing Oli

    oli guide dog 2

    Once again we are thrilled to have the opportunity to name another guide dog, this time we are welcoming Oli into the family. At just 8 weeks old she is begining her gude dog puppy training.

    We will be getting her regular pupdates, so keep an eye on our news section to see how shes getting on.

  • MEET MADDIE !!!!!!

    We are thrilled to introduce you all to our new named Guide Dog for the Blind .. Maddie ! How utterly divine is she !!