I couldn't help but really spoil my little Simba this year with three different doggy themed hampers.
I thought I’d do a doggy twist on the usual “Christmas Present Haul” post. I couldn’t help but really spoil my little Simba this year with three different doggy themed hampers. Here’s a peek into his super exciting Christmas morning:
The first to be opened was from PawPost and as you can see he couldn’t wait to get his little nose and paws into it!
PawPost is a reoccurring monthly subscription service for dogs. Every month they deliver top quality doggy goods right to your door. Prices vary depending on which subscription service you sign up for. If you choose to pay monthly it costs £22.95 per month, pay every three months it works out at £20.95 or every six months the price goes down to £18.95 per month.
I really like the contents of this box, although it did seem more limited than the others Simba received. However, Simba and Bear both LOVED the turtle and the dog food, although it’s not one I know very well, it contains human grade meat (no processed meat or meat derivatives) so I’m happy to try this on Simba. If he likes it I’d definitely repurchase.
Beautiful Joe’s – Ethical Dog Treats was something I was really happy to see included. They are a wonderful company, who for every tin of treats you buy, they’ll give another one to a dog shelter (and you can nominate where the free treats go if you so wish). I really urge everyone to check out their website for more info about this wonderful company.
Simba was keen to get moving onto opening the biggest present of the bunch:
Although little Bear was more interested in the foam packaging more than anything else.
This Christmas treat box from Doggy & Co was a really substantial hamper with a great variety of festive doggy themed treats and toys. I thought the presentation and personalised touches really set this apart from the rest. The gorgeous personalised red box and the Christmas card with your chosen message made it really special. It is at the pricier end of the scale (£34.99) but I do believe you are getting what you pay for with this one.
Doggy & Co offer a premium service which caters all around the welfare of your dog. Their online boutique offers the best possible quality, not only in service, but also in it’s tailored product selection. Be sure to keep an eye out for further treat boxes!
Simba couldn’t wait to get himself stuck into his final present from Parcels 4 Paws. Bear and Simba even had a bit of rough and tumble over who was going to have the antler treats; Bear won!
Parcel 4 Paws is another subscription service which works in a very similar manner to Woof Box. Prices range from £17 – £20 per month depending on the length of time you subscribe.
I first came across Parcels 4 Paws at Discover Dogs (which you can read more about HERE) and one of the interesting pledges they made is that they seek content for the boxes from local sources or lesser known brands. I liked this a lot as it means you’re receiving items which are unique and tricky to find on the high street.
Finally it is worth mentioning they also run a charity scheme called Paws 4 The Cause where a proportion of their monthly sales goes to a selected canine charity. Any business which gives back is worth supporting in my book!