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The theme is ‘Be Thankful.’ The dogs are excited that it is the holiday season.
The information card contains the items, descriptions, and prices. I am not sure what happened this month but my contents do not match my information card. The doggies did not complain!
Here are the items in the November The Dapper Dog Box. The dogs are ready to chow down their treats.
My life is complete now that I have, I mean my dogs have, the ZippyPaws Pile o’ Poop Emojiz ($6.49). Daisy and Odie enjoyed playing with the toy which has two squeakers.
The Lennan Red Plaid Dog Bandana by Coco + Pistachio ($32.00) is a gorgeous bandana made out of soft brush cotton with a vegan-leather backing. The quality is better than some of the scarves I received for myself in subscription boxes. It is a high-quality, beautifully made bandana. It is seriously luxe for the dapper dog.
The bandana is handmade in New York. The tag that you can see in the picture can be replaced with a monogram tag. This bandana is the perfect gift for the pampered pooch. The one I received the box fitted Bella. I may order two more for Daisy and Odie. The colors will make for a beautiful Christmas portrait of our three dogs.
Both my husband and Bella, our Rat Terrier, enjoyed the Coco Therapy Fruit Crunch (1.5 oz, $7.21). The 100% human grade raw treats are made from five fruits that are freeze-dried. The ingredients are organic bananas, organic blueberries, organic mangoes, pineapples, cranberries, and organic coconut oil. My husband was a little disappointed that Bella loved them because he wanted to keep the fruit for himself.
Daisy and Odie loved their Made in the USA Clear Conscious PetSliders Beef and ChickenStikz ( .5 oz, $1.66 ea). Daisy was pleased that the Beef Slider had no chicken in it. Odie loved the ChickenStikz. I like that the label says “REAL FOOD: Refrigerate after opening” although with my dogs there was no chance that they would need to be refrigerated.
Both our dogs and cats went crazy over the Grandma Lucy’s Freeze-Dried Chicken (4 oz, $12.34). The single ingredient treat is made and sourced in the USA.
The back of the package shows what I consider to be the gold standard for pet treats. The Dapper Dog Box has come through with high-quality treats every time.
Time to see what the dogs think of the box.
Bella was an imp. She would not let me fix her beautiful bandana or pose nicely for pictures. She thought it was more fun to have us chase her around the yard. She would wait until we almost caught up to her and then start running again.
Daisy is still on her quest to master the art of catching the toy in midair. She is ready to catch the poop emoji.
She loved being outside and playing with us. It was enjoyable to watch her play because she is a serious dog that prefers her toys to be babies.
Odie is prancing around the yard with his toy.
Odie is excited to play his favorite game. He is playing fiercely with my husband who thought he was trying to get the toy back to play catch. Silly Daddy.
I love how his ears fly around when he runs with the Poop Emojiz.
Daisy was unable to eat the chicken because of her allergy and refused to eat the fruit. Odie happily chowed down on the chicken. He left the fruit behind.
Bella received a smaller portion of chicken and all the fruit that was on Odie’s plate. She ate everything including the fruit.
She made sure to eat every last fruit. Odie ended up cleaning up her chicken crumbs. We wash this comforter often because it is used with the pets.
The November The Dapper Dog Box has the dogs ready for the Holiday Season. I wish Bella was more cooperative with the bandana because it is gorgeous. The pet treats have been consistently outstanding. Daisy decided to keep the Poop Emojiz as a baby which makes us laugh. It is the strangest looking baby that lives under my bed. The value of the box came to about $55.00 using discounted prices which is superb for the type of items they are including in the box. It’s an excellent box for dog owners that want a customized box with a focus on organic and all natural toys and treats.