PawPack Dog Subscription Box Review + Coupon – July 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).   


I noted last month that PawPack had updated their box but wasn’t able to show a picture.  Well, here’s a look.  Not sure what happened between shipping and receipt, but my box looks like it lost a fight at the post office.  There is a note on the box lid that shows how PawPack’s proceeds have been used at rescue organizations.  


My first look in, and I’m sensing a hunting & fishing vibe.

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This month’s box did not have a product information card.  Instead, there was card thanking subscribers for their support, allowing PawPack to thrive and now celebrate their 2 year anniversary.


This month is a very special time for us here at PawPack.  We are celebrating 2 years of bringing you all the very best in pet products.  We are so blessed to have such an amazing community that have supported us in the past years.  We hope you all enjoy your summer and spend lots of time outdoors with your pups in the sun!


The contents of my July PawPack.


Gone Fishin’ Burlap Dog Toy by Bow Wow Pet Products ($8.99):  This is a large toy, dominating my toy/small dogs.  In my house, this is a noise maker – it has a squeaker and crinkly body.  The burlap body should hold up well for chewers.

Rolled Salmon Skin from Barkworthies ($2.19):  My girls are not big fish fans, so this will go to my sister’s dog, Lola.  Made only of salmon, this is a healthier chew option for your fur baby than rawhide.  It is packed full of Omega-3 fatty acids and proteins.  By the way, Lola could smell this inside the box and made a fuss that I didn’t unbox it for her on the spot.


Sweet ‘Tater Fries from Blue Ridge Naturals ($7.99):  These “fries” are dehydrated sweet potato and are chocked full of Beta Carotene and Vitamins A & C.  Lexi went after this with no hesitation, but Lily took a little while to decide if she liked them.  I like that they are more of a chew treat, so the girls take their time with these.


Close up of the Sweet ‘Tater Fries.


Smoochers Drops with Yogurt by Exclusively Dog – Pumpkin Flavor ($4.39):  Although it feels likes summer, I guess we’ve entered pumpkin season.  And, why should your pup miss out?  These treats smell amazing – like a piece of pumpkin pie.  That may be why both girls gobbled them up so quickly!  The treats contain ground potato, pumpkin, and dried yogurt.


Close up of the Pumpkin Smoochers.


Crinkle Soldiers Dog Toy from Bow Wow Pets ($9.99):  I think this is a Dachshund.  Either way, he’s adorable (well, I do appreciate a man in uniform).  The girls liked him too.  There’s a squeaker in the body, and he has crinkle limbs.  The long legs were great for a game of tug o’ war between Lily and Lexi.  Also, proceeds from this U.S. Army branded toy go to U.S. Army Morale, Welfare, and Recreation services.


U.S. Army information on the header card.

And of course, I can’t leave you without adding some pictures of the girls.

Lily (left) and Lexi (right) waiting on me to get their PawPack open for sampling.
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Trying out the Sweet ‘Tater Fries.
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And, then taste testing the Pumpkin Smoochers. I got them both mid-chew.
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Lastly, playing with the Crinkle Soldiers toy. Lily has staked her claim already.

The July PawPack comes in just under $34.  This is below the cost of an individual box and is a bit disappointing for an anniversary celebration.  Also, two of the items were featured in June in another dog subscription (click here for review).  On the positive side, my girls liked all of their items, except the salmon skin (but someone has a claim on that).  When the girls are happy, mommy is happy too.  Hopefully, next month’s PawPack has the same satisfaction level but with a better cost value.

Have you tried PawPack yet?  I’d love to hear about your experience with this subscription.  Save 10% on your first box with coupon code HELLOSUB.

Visit PawPack to subscribe or find out more!

The Subscription: PawPack
The Description: This subscription box for dogs 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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  • PA Anna

    I noticed the similarities in a couple of items. The doggies are adorable. Love their pictures!

    • Summer

      Thanks for the puppy love, Anna.