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Paw Pack Subscription Box Review – January 2015

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Paw Pack Subscription Box Review – January 2015 Box

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 postto learn more about how we review boxes).

Paw Pack Subscription Box Review – January 2015 Items

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)

Paw Pack Subscription Box Review – January 2015 Card

Paw Pack Subscription Box Review – January 2015 Info

 

The box comes with a letter from the PawPack team. (No item breakdown card though).

Paw Pack Subscription Box Review – January 2015 Flipped

Hatchables Inside Out Dog Toy – Value $10

This toy can be flipped inside out. I like it because it gives our dog Buckles the same “thrill” of ripping out the stuffing of a toy, but instead he’s just turning it inside out.

Here’s what the toy looks like in its other version:

Paw Pack Subscription Box Review – January 2015 Toy

Paw Pack Subscription Box Review – January 2015 Treats

Whole Life Originals Chicken Treat Sample – Value $2?

Braided Chew – Value $5?

Cow Hooves Chew – Value $5?

Wellness Pure Rewards in Beefy Jerky – Value $9.60

The Whole Life Originals is just freeze dried chicken – our dog loved it! I’m not sure on the value of the two chews though since they didn’t have labels – I also like to read labels of everything we give our dog, so we didn’t let him have them.

These Wellness Pure Rewards treats are all natural and grain free. They also are our dog’s favorite new treat of all time! This is probably one of our best subscription box discoveries (he’s a very picky dog). We just ordered more on Amazon – we can’t run out now!

Paw Pack Subscription Box Review – January 2015 Lint Roller

Earth Bath Grooming Wipe Sample – Value $.25

Earth Bath Green Tea Leaf Shampoo Sample – Value $1.29

PawPack Lint Roller – Value $1

These Earth Bath products get great reviews on Amazon and I love that they are all natural. (The grooming wipe sample packet will go in the car and come in handy when we go on walks in the park. I can’t wait for Spring to get here!)

Our dog doesn’t shed (poodle cairn terrier mix), but I can always use an extra lint roller.

Verdict: The value of this box is about $35. (That’s based on my estimations of a few of the items, but I still think it is low compared to the price of the box).

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).

What do you think of Paw Pack?

 

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
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12 Comments

  1. I’d really like to see a Paw Pack Cat version review!

  2. I’ve noticed that the dog sub boxes tend to have values slightly below or equal to cost, which is lower than many other sub boxes. However, it will be so convenient to get new toys and treats and chewies every month since I have a puppy and we turn those things over pretty quickly. A sub will cut down my time spent going to the pet store so the value is definitely there for me. And my pup would love everything in this box so I think I’m going to subscribe. Thanks for the review!

  3. The idea is great, putting shampoo samples and a lint roller with treats and toy. For that price I’d hope for another toy in the box or something else like a 1 package of poop waste bags. I know it is hard for box companies to make a lot of profit, especially initially. Yet as a purchaser of many boxes first-second box impressions mean a lot to me and are sometimes ever lasting. The more boxes I purchase the more I want the box value to be at least 35% higher after shipping costs then what I paid for it. Or have very unique difficult to find items.

  4. I went to pick my aunt up from out of town over the weekend and her yorkie traveled in the back seat. I didn’t realize how much he shed until the next day. My husband just put a lint roller in the back seat for me on his way to work. That dog will never ride in my car again lol

  5. My dogs love Wellness Pure treats. I have not heard of the inside out toys. Clever.

  6. I was going to say the same thing as Sara about the cow hoof.. I’ve never seen them for more than $1.00. Maybe this is just a “miss” month, but I’m not too impressed. The inside out toy and Wellness treats are great, but for that price you can buy two of each and still save a little $. I’ll have to see future reviews, or like you said Liz, go with a year sub with 20% off.

  7. The cow hoof normally sells for about .89 cents. That makes the value of the box REALLY low for what it costs. I’m definitely sticking with Barkbox. I might buy that inside out dog toy though.

    • Where do you get them for that price???? My dogs live them!

      • Love*

      • LOL, when I saw the estimated value of $5, I asked the opposite – where on earth are people buying their hooves where 89 cents isn’t the norm? 🙂

        I get mine from small mom&pop pet supply shops. My dog has a grain allergy, so I stay clear from anything at the big box shops. It’s amazing the deals you can get on high quality pet treats at smaller shops.

      • Try drsfostersmith.com. They sell 5lb (avg .48 ea) and 10lb (avg .42 ea). My dogs go nuts for them and the bag lasts forever.

        • Thank you! Here in SoCal all the pet stores, big and small, sell them for about $5! $3 at minimum

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