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Paw Pack Subscription Box Review – February 2015

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Paw Pack Subscription Box Review – February 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 post to learn more about how we review boxes).

Paw Pack Subscription Box Review – February 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 – February 2015 Card

Paw Pack Subscription Box Review – February 2015 Letter

The box comes with a letter from the PawPack team. (No item breakdown card though). The theme this month is maintaining proper oral hygiene.

Paw Pack Subscription Box Review – February 2015 Jerky

Whimzees All-Natural Dental Care Dog Chews – Value $2.50

Malibu Dog Kitchen MDK Beef Treats – Value $7? (Not sure about how this size compares to the full-size version)

These dental chews are made with natural ingredients and get good reviews on Amazon, so I’m hoping our pup likes them too. Buckles already tried these beef treats and loves them!

Paw Pack Subscription Box Review – February 2015 Popcorn

Loofah Dental Dog Toy – Value $14

Yaky Charms Dog Popcorn – Value $2

I’m a little skeptical of this Loofah since it says Organic on the packaging, but doesn’t have the USDA Organic label on it. Either way, our dog doesn’t like these types of hard toys, so he wouldn’t be interested in it.

I believe Yaky Charms was recently on Shark Tank (I love finding Shark Tank products in subscription boxes!) I can’t wait to make this “popcorn” for Buckles!

Paw Pack Subscription Box Review – February 2015 Toy

Tucker’s Wag-A-Rounds Beef Liver & Bacon – Value $9

Katie’s Bumpers Mini Sqwuggie – Value $10

These Wag-A-Rounds are basically mini muffin tops made with beef liver and bacon – AKA our dog’s favorite new treat!

This Katie’s Bumpers toy is a squeaker toy made with a firehose – our dog isn’t one to chew things up, so I can’t confirm this, but it looks like a pretty solid toy!

Paw Pack Subscription Box Review – February 2015 Wipes

Earthbath Tooth & Gum Wipes – Value $5

We always need these, and I’m happy with the natural ingredients from this brand.

Verdict: The value of this box is about $50. That’s a significant improvement over the value from last month’s box! Our dog’s favorite discoveries from this subscription so far have been the treats – and I appreciate that the ingredients in the treats have all been healthy.

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!

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. If you buy something, MSA may earn an affiliate commission. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. We have tried the toys made out of fire hose and our dog destroyed it within 20 mins. She is an english bull terrier and she loves to chew.

  2. My dogs love the Yaky Charms but it’s a bit tricky figuring out exactly how long to cook them without burning them, but making sure enough of them get popped. I finally found that putting the pack in a bowl in the microwave and putting it in for 3 minutes seems to be the magic time to get the most popped without the burn — and don’t worry if you don’t hear them pop like popcorn… Although it says you’re supposed to, I found that you don’t really (and that’s how I ended up burning them!). Hope Buckles likes them! 🙂

  3. I just bought my puppy some of those whimzes the other day and he loved them. Do you like the bark box or this box more?

    • I was just coming here to ask that same question!!

    • My vote goes to BarkBox. Granted this month is better than last but most of the items aren’t things my dog likes or will even try. At least with BarkBox you have the product guarantee/return option. My dog only plays with plush toys and that’s not likely to change given that he’s 12. You’d think if they’re sending multiple toys they would have some variety and include one plush item. The treats were hit and miss with the “popcorn” and “muffin” being favorites but the dental chews and hoof not so much.

      • I wasn’t aware of that about BarkBox! I looked at it says they basically guarantee toys or treats, but not products–we got that AWFUL ‘soft lily’ conditioning/moisturizing spray last month, which STINKS like old lady with too much perfume! I just emailed them to see if they offer to send something else. Seemed like everyone else with a small – med. size pup got that crinkle mardi gras mask so I am not sure how we ended up with the spray instead. My dog would’ve loved the crinkle toy. I would’ve been happy with a similar product if it hadn’t smelled so bad! After it dried, his fur was gummy so between that and the smell, he had to get a bath…

        • UPDATE: wow – within 20 minutes I had a response with a promo code for $15 to spend in the Tried and True Collection of the BarkShop. Unfortunately the toys were a bit picked over (many were sold out already), so we just stocked up on more treats.

          THANKS ERIN!

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