Sunday, March 6, 2016

PawPack Dog Subscription Box Review, February 2016 + $10 Discount Code!

If I sound a bit harrassed, it's because I am literally shooing my two pups away from February's PawPack box so it can be reviewed intact. I've rescued the contents more than a few times already. This box is packed full of high quality dog toys and all natural treats; there are even a couple of people treats! 

When signing up, you indicate your dog's size (Small 0-20 lbs., Medium 20-50 lbs. or Large 50+ lbs.) to be sure you get appropriate products. The plan options are:

One month - $39

Three months - $33
Six months - $31
Twelve months - $29

Longer term subscriptions are billed upfront. Shipping is free and it generally takes 3 to 7 days for your box to reach you if you're in the continental U.S.

At about 2 lbs., this is one BIG dog box! Rest assured, its arrival did not go unnoticed by the four legged members of my family.

Here's a first look inside where everything was packed in PawPack logo paper:

The information card reminds us that February is Pet Dental Health month so there are some products geared towards cleaning Rover's teeth.

How cute is this very soft Forget-Me-Not Frog by Charming Pet?  He has pull-able arms and SIX squeakers inside!  (As I was testing and counting the squeakers, an extremely interested big nose materialized at my side.  Wish I had a video; it was funny!)

Something of great interest to both dogs is this 12" all natural braided bully stick. Fortunately, my boys are exceptionally good about sharing and this will also make a terrific tug of war toy.

What else would you expect for Dental Health month than a big Whimzees toothbrush?  A chewable toothbrush, that is!  Somehow, it actually helps scrape plaque off your dog's teeth.

This is a box of Berry Blast organic dog treats from Wet Noses.  These are non-GMO and grain free.  All treats are gratefully and enthusiastically accepted around here.

Here's a really cute little giftable paw print photo frame!  Ideally, I'd have a shot of the boys with my 4.5 lb. girl kitty snuggled in between them....uh, that will NEVER happen!  (Both boys are exceptionally sweet to my Lili but she just cannot deal with 75 combined pounds of dog!)

This is one big squeaky and sturdy plush donut with a squeaker inside from Zippy Paws.  

And to nobody's surprise, the big black and white nose just arrived to investigate. I give up; it's his!

From Wellness TruFood, there is a bag of Protein Bites which look like little beef and beef liver chews.  The owner of the little red nose will love these.

You rarely see things for people in pet boxes, but hey....we're the ones who pay! This is a set of magnets with WOOF and a couple of dog bones spelled out.  Do we need these?  No. Are they fun?  Yes!

PawPack even sent something to keep the neighbors happy, an adorable little orange bone shaped capsule with orange waste bags inside. A carabiner clip is attached so this can be worn on a belt or attached elsewhere on your clothing. Love this!

I am beyond impressed with PawPack.  There are several very good dog boxes out there but honestly, this one ranks near the top in terms of both value and quality. They did an outstanding job of putting together healthy snacks and treats plus adorable toys. The extra touch of adding a couple of things that people will enjoy just puts this box over the top!

If you would like to try PawPack, use code PAWS10 for $10 off any subscription plan. (Click on the link at the top of the Checkout page to enter the code.)  By the way, PawPack subscriptions do not automatically renew which is a really attractive (and unusual) aspect of this subscription. Check 'em and your pup deserve a PawPack!

Thanks for reading,


Disclosure:  Views and opinions expressed in this blog are strictly my own.  Product discussed in this post was purchased by Lone Star Shopper.  Post does not contain referral or affiliate links. 

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