PawPack Dog Subscription Box Review + Coupon – May 2016

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PawPack is a subscription box for your dogs or cats.  Each month, you’ll receive 5 or more hand selected items that your fur babies are sure to love.  PawPack strives to feature hypoallergenic products and aims to ensure that items are all-natural and grain-free.  Additionally, 10% of PawPack’s proceeds go towards supporting rescue causes.  Choose between 3 sizes to determine the right fit for your dog – small (0-20 lbs.), medium (20-50 lbs.), and large (50+ lbs.).  Boxes are $39 per month (price drops with extended plans – $29 per month for annual plan).   

Inside our box!  I feel a space theme coming on.


The information card provides a brief description of each item and some information on PawPack’s focus for the month.  

Dear PawPackers,

We know you think you dog is out of this world.  Well, we do too!  That’s why we put together this box filled with goodies for your dog to explore the universe.  Whether your dog is exploring a new part of the cosmos, or just your local neighborhood, playing and exploring together will build your relationship with your dog in a heathly & fun way.  So go out there and explore the final frontier, space cadets!

Happy Travels.

-The PawPack Team


Everything in this month’s box.


There was a mistake on this month’s information card, and an additional item was added that actually isn’t in the box.  PawPack promptly sent an email to subscribers to let them know of the printing mistake.


Rogz Asteroidz Ball ($7.95) :  Soft enough not to hurt your dog’s teeth, but firm enough to bounce. This foam ball is the lightest, bounciest ball in the cosmic universe.  These come in 3 diameter sizes (2″, 2.5″, and 3″), so you should be able to find one that fits your dog.  Here’s another ball for Lexi to add to her collection.

Spunky Pup Alien Flex Plush – Bubu ($9.99):  Each character has its own unique look, story, and squeaking sound. Bubu has a protected squeaker with double-layered stitching and Gnaw Guard 3-layer reinforced lining.  This is well constructed and should hold up to the girls rough play.  I thought the backstory for Bubu was super cute.

Bubu is part of an Alien species known as EpsilonX, a.k.a. “Galaxy Enforcers”. The antenna on his head picks up danger signals from around space and automatically sends help to where is needed. It is rumored that an EpsilonX member was found in the late 60’s and taken to Area 51. Bubu never stops talking and is always a bit lost..


Bully Stick ($5.19):  Made from Free Range South American Cattle and Certified by the USDA you won’t find a better quality stick.  These help satisfy your pup’s natural chewing instinct and help clean their teeth.  Unfortunately, my girls are not fans of the bully stick, so this will go to my sister’s dog.

Galactic Pig Ear ($1.46):  These are all-natural USA pig ears.  They are a good source of protein for your dog, providing 9 out of 10 essential amino acids dogs need.  They also help promote healthy skin and a shiny coat while aiding in the prevention of bad breath.  Lily didn’t really care for this, but Lexi seemed to like it.  It was the girls’ first experience with pig ear, and sometimes it takes them a while to warm up to new snacks.


Grandma Lucy’s Freeze Dried Whitefish ($12.32):  These single-ingredient treats are made from Alaskan sourced USDA pollock and do not contain grain, preservatives, or GMOs.  Good news for those of you with both dogs and cats, kitty can share these treats too!  I was super surprised when both of my girls gobbled these down.  As I’ve said before, they are picky with treats, and most are either passed up or take time for them to even taste.  Definitely a winner for us.

Nite Ize PetLit LED Collar Light ($4.49):  These lights come in 5 fun designs – we got a green paw print.  This uses a twist on/off switch and contains a replaceable battery that provides 24 hours of run time.  It is great for helping you keep track of your fur baby while out and about, especially when it’s dark.  Just clip to their collar and go.  I need to get another one so that both girls are covered.


It has visibility up to 100 feet away.

The May PawPack comes in around $41.  This just covers the cost of an individual box, but is better than last month’s value.  I thought the space theme was cute and was happy that my girls got a treat that they actually liked.  The collar light was a nice and useful addition, and I now have to go get another one (I let my girls run off leash when they make their last trip out for the night).  How did your fur baby like their box?  Let me know with a comment below.

Lily going for the whitefish. Lexi was in and out like lightning with her piece, so no picture.

Visit PawPack to subscribe or find out more! Save 10% on your first box with coupon code HELLOSUB.

The Subscription: PawPack
The Description: This subscription box for dogs or cats will bring 5 or more carefully selected presents to your door every month! Everything will always be either Eco-Friendly, Organic, or All-Natural. PawPack features hypoallergenic products that are all natural and always GRAIN FREE!
The Price: $35.00 per month


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