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 an annual plan).
No tricks with this month’s treats – cheese is a favorite, and the girls will be so happy!
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Our October PawPack! Love the Halloween/fall theme.
Healthy Balance All Natural Dog Treats – Turkey Strips with Fruits & Vegetables ($5.04): I am so happy to see these in the box. My girls are not fans of biscuits/cookie treats, and these all-natural meaty strips are just what they like. I’m holding them for now since we have a few other bags of treats to get through. I figure it will be close to Thanksgiving when we open these turkey strips.
Zippy Paws Crinkle Dragonfly ($5.49): This dragonfly features one squeaker in the body and crinkle material in the wings. The squeak from this one toy got my girls so excited to play. Lily took it immediately and made it her favorite for the night. I love the bright colors and that it is size appropriate. I frequently get toys that are too big for my girls to play with.
Lily got him!
Let’s take a break from playing.
Vegalicious Healthy Treat Bars – Peanut Butter Blast ($2.97): Peanut butter is a huge favorite in our home. The girls love it, and this crumble free bar will give them their PB fix. Each bar contains 4o training treat size servings.
Zippy Paws Halloween Colossal Buddie – Pumpkin ($5.99): This toy features one extra loud squeaker. And, yes, it is loud. ? The toy is recommended for medium sized dogs but was also OK for my small pups. I thought the pumpkin was cute, even though he looked more like a squash.
Complete Natural Nutrition Cheese Please Snacks ($5.99): Made from Wisconsin white cheddar cheese, Cheese Please is a snack that parents and pets can share. The treats are 99% lactose-free and baked to a crispy goodness. These reminded me of the crusty cheese that is on the edge of an ooey gooey grilled cheese sandwich. One human serving suggestion is that moms and dads try these as croutons in soups or salads. The girls, especially Lexi, liked these as much as I did.
Lexi recognizes the smell of the treat.
It’s CHEESE!!! Lexi enyoing her snack.
The October PawPack is valued around $26. This is an underwhelming value – not even covering the reduced individual box rate from an annual subscription ($29/box). The redeeming feature of this box is the fact that my girls will enjoy all of the items. I was happy that we could share a treat, as weird as that my sound.
Have you tried PawPack yet? I’d love to hear about your experience with this subscription.