Paw Pack Subscription Box Review – December 2014
PawPack is a monthly pet subscription box for dogs and cats. They focus on organic, eco-friendly and natural items for your pet.
They offer two different subscription options: Premium and Deluxe. This review is of the Deluxe box.
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: PawPack
The Cost: $28 a month for the Premium package, $43 a month for the Deluxe package. (Lower rates available with 6-month and 12-month plans).
COUPON: Use coupon code msapaw to save 20% off any subscription length plan.
The Products: Full sized surprise items each month along with various samples and other goodies. Everything will always be either Eco-Friendly, Organic, or All-Natural.
Ships to: US (free), Canada, UK, Australia ($10 shipping)
(Here’s a behind-the-scenes shot. Buckles was very excited to help me unbox this one).
Here is the Amazon description of this booklet:
Learn how to love your dogs without spoiling them and provide boundaries without intimidation. This dog training booklet clarifies how to be a benevolent leader and avoid aggression related to fear or dominance. If you want to be a natural leader to your pack and teach your dog that being polite is fun, this booklet tells you how to do it in a peaceful, kind way. The ideas and exercises are based on the way dogs communicate with each other, so they are highly effective and easy for your dog to understand. Written by Patricia McConnell, it is an essential part of any canine library!
I treat our dog more like a roommate/best friend, so I probably could benefit from reading this little book!
The box also came with training cards – this box seems to have a pretty big emphasis on training.
Wag More Bark Less Mini Hollow Fetch Bone – Value $10
Water Bottle Buddies – Value $5
This Fetch Bone is made of natural rubber and seems pretty much indestructible.
As soon as I saw this Gingerbread Man Bottle Buddy in the box, I knew it had to go to my sister-in-law’s puppy – he is obsessed with empty water bottles! (The Bottle Buddy comes with a water bottle inside it, and you can replace it with a new one whenever needed).
Snout Soother – Travel Size Value $4.95
Stewart Pro-Treat 100% Pure Chicken Liver Treats for Dogs – .3 oz Value $2
This Snout Soother product is made for dry or chapped dog noses! It’s supposed to be especially good for short snout breeds, and I think we’ll pass this along to our friends with bulldogs.
I’m happy to see these freeze dried snacks are 100% chicken, and made in the USA. Our pup loves them too!
Clear Conscience Pet Lamb Airy Bites – Value $4.95
Clear Conscience Pet Beef Trachey Chewz – Value $6.95
Both of these treats are made in the USA with wholesome and natural ingredients. (And since the main ingredients are meat, I have a feeling our dog Buckles will love them).
Paw Pack Clicker – Value $1?
Paw Pack Treat Bag – Value $4?
These go well with the training cards and book – I wonder if it is too late to try clicker training with a very stubborn 7-year old Cairn/Terrier poodle mix?
Verdict: The value of this box is about $43 – the exact cost of the box. (I didn’t put a dollar value on the training card info included, but I think it is a nice addition to the box). I’m impressed with the quality of the items they included, and if you’re interested in this box, I would recommend signing up for a 6 or 12 month plan with the 20% off coupon to make sure you get a great value each month too. (For example, this box cost would be $27.20 instead of $43 with an annual plan and 20% off).
I also like that they cater to both cats and dogs!
What do you think of Paw Pack?