As a new dog owner, Pet Smart has become one of the most exciting yet overwhelming places to go. I’ve already spent countless dollars on treats and toys that my puppy has turned her back to. As a result, I was instantly drawn to the idea of a subscription box, specifically designed for dogs. Needless to say, Suri was able to make a new friend out of this months box.
Bowzer Box is a Canadian company in Waterloo, ON. Their boxes are full of dog treats, toys, accessories and coupons. The costs are impressive, especially once you consider the total if you were to stand in line at the pet store, watching the items scan onto the screen.
Costs: $29/month, $78/quarter, $138/half-year, plus $4.50 shipping per box.
The company allows you to chose a service specifically aimed for a small, medium or large dog. I received the Medium box, despite having a small dog but as the people at Bowzer Box advised me, it’s suited for all sizes. Aside for the case of one treat, I found this to be true.
Quaker Pet Group Gator – I have to say, this is one of the best quality toys that I have given to Suri. It’s made with a chew guard technology, making it almost indestructible for a puppy like mine. I’ve had some very happy moments watching my girl trot around with her new friend.
Chuckit! Tennis Ball –I’ve always passed these tennis balls in the store so I’m happy to finally test them out. Although they are a little to big for my puppy, she still loves to chase them. Chuckit! is a line of ball launcher toys which I hope to one day get, for our dog park shenanigans.
Exclusively Dog Fillet Stix– Honey Hickory Flavor with Whitefish and natural ingredients. These treats are in the form of soft rods which are easy to break apart. These were a hit with Suri so it’s nice to have another treat or snack to put into circulation.
Slobbers Coconut Bananza – Although these snacks don’t really say it, their blurb implies that these can be eaten by humans. I can’t say I’m going to test that theory but the idea of such a natural treat is always comforting to a dog parent.
Whimzees Dental Chew – The alligator shape is adorable and goes perfectly with this months theme. Unfortunately, this is one treat I won’t be able to give to my puppy as it is intended for dogs nine months and older with a minimum of 25 lbs.
Zuke’s Jerky Naturals– This appears to be the one and only sample package of treats which once again, my dog is more then willing to try for me. These treats are not only natural, but filled with vitamins and other good ingredients. These may be worth purchasing a full size package.
I am so happy that this August, Bowzer Box, was my first subscription box from the company because it makes writing an honest review, easy. On top of their safe and trusted products, they donate 10% of their box sales to help dogs in need. This box had a fun theme, selection and and an impressive value of around $50. I definitely recommend this to all dog owners and although I’m at the start of my search for a subscription box, this is one I am already leaning towards signing up for.
If you’re interested, visit Bowzer Box and use the promo code ‘Y&T10′ at checkout to get 10% off!