I love the gift tag on the outer box which is hand addressed to my pup Tucker...nice personal touch!
First glance shows a lot of lavender....then, a quick jolt of disbelief when I realize what's included in this box.
The product card is brief; it gives the theme, a very brief description of each item and its retail price.
Moving on to happier items...there is a big lavender plush Tyrannosaurus from Petlou. This has a squeaker inside (the one in ours is very weak, almost to the point of being non-functional) and the torso is also stuffed with a crinkly material that a lot of dogs will enjoy. Very cute toy!
There is a package containing two Dino Tracks cookies from D.O.G. (Daisy & Oscar's Gourmet Bakery). These are fresh baked all natural dog treats that I know Tucker will love.
Next are two Beastie Bars which are all natural and contain peas, carrots, sweet potatoes, apples, bananas and honey. One of these is chicken flavored; the other is beef. These are always a hit with Tucker.
This big 5 oz. lavender bag contains Paleo Treats from "I'd Rather Be With My Dog". These are formulated with ginger and coconut oil to improve a dog's digestive health. I'm particularly glad to get these as Tucker has been having digestive problems....he grazes on grass, then I have to deal with the consequences. Maybe/hopefully this will be a solution.
With a retail value of about $35, this WOULD have been a great box if not for that repulsive turkey foot. The theme was terrific and Tucker especially appreciates that all but one item is edible. I particularly like that all of these products (except the dino) are made in the U.S.A. We all know that's important when it comes to your pet's well-being.
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I am really tempted to just toss the turkey foot but there is a set of big pleading brown eyes fixated on it....................
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