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Subscription box services seem to be all the rage. PawPack is a company that's of that nature, but it's for dogs. Their curated monthly subscription service provides you and your dog with a box of surprise all-natural products each month. They source from high quality boutique suppliers, and they focus on all-natural products that maximize your dog’s health without having to sift through hundreds of thousands of items online or go to a store.
You begin service with PawPack by choosing the size of your dog (small, medium or large). You then choose whether you want the 1, 3, 6, or 12th month service. They then work with boutique, independent and small businesses to hand select toys, chews, bones, treats and accessories that your dog will love.
Included in October's PawPack was:
Whole Life Living Treats Pumpkin Beta Boost: It was a full-size bag of freeze dried pumpkin treats. It's definitely not a treat I'd seen for dogs before. Helen ate them right up and seemed to enjoy every bite.
Zippy Paws Spooky Burrow: This interactive toy included two candy corn bats attached to a gravestone. Helen played a lot with this one, pulling out the bats with her teeth.
Charming Pet Spooky Slideez: A toy resembling a monster, its arms were made of rope. It squeaked when pressed. Helen still has this toy and seeks it out often.
Look Who's Happy Tempt'n Tenders - This was a full-size bag of chicken and pumpkin treats. Again, Helen seemed to really like these treats. She devoured them.
Latham Company Festive Bandana - This bandana with a Halloween theme had a Velcro closure. Unfortunately, Helen's neck was too big and she was unable to wear it.
I was very pleased with the products chosen for October's PawPack. The items included in the box were of good quality. I didn't feel like I was getting cheated. And as for Helen, she gives PawPack two
thumbs paws up.
Helen playing with the Charming Pet Spooky Slideez