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).
PawPack had an updated box this month that was a vibrant green. However, mine was delivered atop an ant bed on my porch and, after salvaging the items, it was promptly thrown out. I’m thankful that the treats were shrink wrapped, so they could be saved.
The information card provides a brief description of each item and some information on PawPack’s focus for the month.
We are excited to share with you a program saving lovable pooches around the world. World Animal Protection is funding a campaign that gives rabies vaccinations to hundreds of thousands of dogs. Sadly in developing countries, stray healthy dogs are frequently killed out of fear that they will contract rabies and spread the disease to humans. We invite you to visit www.worldanimalprotection.us.org/pawpack to read more and sign up for their newsletter to receive an upcoming special announcement.
A bracelet supporting World Animal Protection was included in the box.
The Bear & The Rat Freeze-Dried Yogurt Dog Treat in Bacon Flavor ($10.99): This all natural, freeze-dried yogurt treat contains 40 million live and active cultures per daily serving. These treats are made in the USA and contain absolutely no corn, soy, wheat, gluten or grain – leaving only the best all natural ingredients for your pooch. I received these in another pet subscription, but my dogs were not fans. However, my sister’s dog loved them, so they will be going to her.
Pet Naturals Calming Treats ($9.99): This supplement is a chew that supports relaxation in times of stress for your pup. It does not induce sedation or contain herbals. The formula uses Thiamine (Vitamin B1), C3™ (Colostrum Calming Complex), and L-Theanine (Suntheanine® brand) to calm. My girls were a little hesitant to try these at first – they actually threw them aside. After a while, they gained enough courage or curiosity to gobble these down.
Here’s a better picture of the calming treats. They look like little bones and have a very meaty smell.
PrideBites Patriotic Toy ($9.99): I couldn’t find this exact toy on the PrideBites site. These toys are made from lightweight foam covered in fleece and contain a squeaker. They are versatile – play on land or in the water (it floats). They are also machine washable. Lily could wait to get her paws on this hat! Due to the size and shape, it took her a while to figure out how to pick this up, but she eventually got it.
Skinneeez Extreme Stuffers Dog Toy ($8.09): This frog features a rip stop mesh lining for extra strength, and a squeaker in his head. Insert an empty water bottle into the body for extra fun. Surprisingly, I didn’t have any water bottles in my house. The girls will have to wait to play with this. Although, they could play with a flat frog.
Here’s the frog with a small glass inside him just for photo purposes.
Barkworthies Beef Hamburger Chews ($0.97 each): The hamburgers are made from free-range, grass-fed beef and are about 3 – 4 inches in diameter. This fully-digestible dog treat is a great alternative to traditional rawhide products. I split one in half for the girls, and it was plenty. Lexi immediately grabbed at her half and took it to her dog cave (aka under my bed).
GoGo Pets All Natural 6″ Black Angus Rib Bone ($1.10?): I could find this exact item anywhere. There is a similar one from GoGo pets, but it has a pizzle stick wrapped around the bone. Anyway, this is fairly large for my little dogs, but they went for it. Although, I think it must lack some of the flavor that they’re used to getting from the ribs that we grill because they didn’t go after it with their usual quickness.
Just a couple of shots featuring Lily and her new toy.
The June PawPack comes in around $42. This covers the cost of an individual box. My girls liked the items in the box (except for the yogurt snacks), so this is valuable since it keeps them happy. The PrideBites toy arrived just in time for Independence Day, letting the girls join in on the patriotic festivities.
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
The Categories: Dog Subscription Boxes,Pet Subscription Boxes. Subscription Boxes for Large Dogs, Subscription Boxes for Medium Dogs, Subscription Boxes for Small Dogs, Subscription Boxes That Donate To Charity.
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