Thursday, July 24, 2014

12 Paws Up for PawPack! (PawPack Review)

Soooo...I am slightly addicted to dog subscription boxes.  But it's ok, we all have our guilty pleasures.

PawPack is a recently introduced subscription box, aimed at providing high quality, all natural treats, toys, and grooming products for dogs and cats.  The boxes can be customized, or a complete surprise.

I LOVE that 10 percent of their proceeds go to the care of rescued animals.  That's pretty awesome.

PawPack generously sent us a box of goodies with some of the awesome products they offer.

The Goods

Planet Dog Orbee Tuff Double Tuff toys.  Chew toys that can be easily stuffed with peanut butter, ground meat, or canned food.  What dog owner doesn't love this type of toy?  Not only that, they smell deliciously minty!

Ore Pet Fetch! toy.  A seriously funny canvas toy with a squeaker in it.  Doesn't seem super tough, so it probably won't hold up to my crew.  But it is really unique, and I am trying to choose which dog that I know who would enjoy this the most.  

Jax and Bones Good Karma Turtle.  Jax and Bones rope toys are some of Neeko's favorite toys.  Ever.  I am super excited about this, as is the princess.  These toys are all cute, and incredibly durable.  Like other toys, it should be played with under supervision.

Ore Pet Bag Clip.  It's a heavy duty bag clip, with a hole in the middle.  While I won't use this for kibble, I can think of plenty of other uses for it.  I'll probably put it on a bag of pretzels to start.  There's no shame in my game.  A magnet on the back would be awesome, and I think I am going to glue one on to it.

New Angle Gulpy Pet Water Dispenser.  We actually used to have a product similar to this, and it is a great idea for small dogs or dogs who don't drink 24 ounces of water at once (Bruce...)

A belt can be rant through the hole, or a carabiner attached to it for hands-free carrying.

Cloud Star Original Soft & Chewy Buddy Biscuits.  Small, soft treats that are made with peanut butter.  Three important (in my dogs' opinions) criteria met when it comes to treats.  These are yeast free, so even big Bruce can enjoy them.  And picky turd Faolan has already proven that these please his palate, so they are a win-win.

True Chews Chicken Premium Jerky Cuts.  Chicken jerky that is made in the US, so I am comfortable giving it.  These types of dehydrated meat treats always go over well, and I am sure that these will be no exception.  These treats can be cut with scissors to make them stretch even farther, or to be used as training treats.

Harry Barker Natural Refreshing Spray.  A between bath refreshing spray that is said to leave the coat feeling silky.  While I am not a huge fan of the scent, Les likes it, so it is a personal preference.  Knowing what he would do, I sprayed some on the rug to watch Faolan scent-roll on it.  Watching him scent-roll is always entertaining, and it typically means that he really likes the scent of something.

SnoutStik.  Chapstick-sized tube of nose balm for dogs.  The ingredients are good, and it smells good, so it is very hard for me not to try this on my lips.  This will come in handy in the winter, if any pups get dry nose.  I am thinking it would also work well on dry, cracked winter paws.  

Happy Tails Ear Wipes.  These lavender scented pads are made in the US, and designed to gently cleanse a dog's outer ear.  I always wipe out Neeko and Faolan's outer ears after they have been swimming, and will start using these pads to do so.  

Round Tree Organics Doggie Bar.  This vegan soap, with organic ingredients, smells amazing.  The label states it is gentle enough to use on your body, hair, and face, and I will probably do so.  Sorry, doggies, but I think I am keeping this one for myself.  There is just something so pampering about yummy smelling, good soap.

I am very impressed to the selection of products that PawPack sent us.  Most of them we have either never heard of or never used, which is great because I really enjoy trying out and learning about new products for my dogs.  There was a nice variety of toys, treats, grooming, and miscellaneous products, all of which seem to be very high quality.

PawPack subscriptions start at $32 per month, with free shipping.  International shipping is available for $5.  Check out PawPack online, on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.  Tell them Rebekah from My Rotten Dogs sent you!

Do you subscribe to any dog or human subscription boxes? What is your favorite?

Disclaimer-I was provided with a complimentary PawPack.  All opinions are strictly my own.


  1. You always get the best subscription boxes. We need to talk Mom into trying one of these. Jerky - yummers!!!

    Woos - Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning

  2. Wow that is impressive! I've tried just a couple of those things before. This box has a super nice variety of stuff!

  3. Looks like a fun box with a good selection of products. Enjoy. Have a fabulous Friday.
    Best wishes Molly

  4. That seems really cool! I don't subscribe to any dog boxes right now but I might have to check it out. As for human boxes, I'm expecting a free graze box in the mail sometime soon!

  5. This is a really good box. We don't subscribe to any boxes though....we want to live wif you.
    stella rose

  6. WOW! Some really great stuff came in that box! I have never heard of this one before!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

  7. Those are all new products to us! Please let us know how the Orbee-tuff toy does - that looks like something I might not destroy in 10 seconds. (I can now destroy even the black traditional-shaped Kongs! Go, me!)
    Enjoy all of your goodies!
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

  8. That's a really impressive box of loot, I might need to check out those Orbee toys and the doggie soap. If the Orbee toys are as durable as a Kong Ill have to get one.


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