Bowzer Box Review September 2016

Bowzer Box Review September 2016

Oh my goodness, it has been way too long since my last Bowzer Box Review. I feel like I have been neglecting all the pet owners out there. Bowzer Box was one of the first pet subscription boxes I reviewed, and I always really enjoy it. They have fun monthly themes, and a good number of items. My best friend’s dog is the recipient of my Bowzer Box items, and she LOVES them.

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Bowzer Box Details

If you aren’t familiar with Bowzer Box it is a subscription service that delivers a box of doggy goodies every month. You sign up for a 1-, 3-, or 6-month subscription and will receive 5-6 items such as dog treats, toys, and accessories right at your door. Bowzer Box donates 10% of their profits to animals less fortunate & they try to choose products that are free from fillers and major allergens. This box was provided complimentary for review and may include affiliate links.

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Box: Bowzer Box

Cost:

  • 1 month – $29/month
  • 3 months – $26/month
  • 6 months- $23/month

What You Get: 5-6 items such as dog treats, toys, and accessories. May include full size toys and treats (wheat free), samples, and coupons from various brands.

Ships to: Canada

Shipping Date: Boxes shipped on the 15th of every month

Shipping Cost: $4.50

YouTube Unboxing: CLICK HERE

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 September Theme

The theme for this month’s Bowzer Box is B.T.S – back to school. It’s funny, but it’s one of the few boxes that actually took advantage of the September event and made it into their theme. I wish more boxes jumped on the trend. Anyways, the product card this month is kind of cute, it talks about the fact that your pup had to share the house all summer and now that the kids are going back to school he or she has you all to themselves.

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Loofa Launcher Multipet

Multiplet’s Loofa Launcher is great for flinging and swinging across the yard for play. The rope tail on the bottom sling shots when pulled and released making it an instant favourite. Great for backyards and the park. 

This is actually really fun. You put your finger through the loop under the mouth, pull the tail with your other hand, and let’er fly.

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Great Jack’s Training Treats

Great Jack’s grain free training treats are the perfect size treats to train your dog. They are 100% healthy, under 1.5 calories each and delicious. And they make a great reward snack anytime. 

This is one of my favourite brands when it comes to puppy treats.

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Northern Biscuit Wheat Free Biscuits

From one flavour sold at a local farmers’ market to more than a dozen varieties now available throughout North America, one thing remains unchanged: they have a fanatical obsession in sourcing fresh, local ingredients. 

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Naturawls

These all Canadian single ingredient dog treats have no additives, no preservatives, no added hormones and no added antibiotics. 

Ummm…..are these feet??? Oh my gosh, I’m kind of wishing I never touched them.

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Bowzer Box Review September 2016 – Final Thoughts

One of the things I like most about Bowzer Box is the fact that it is very consistent. You know what to expect.  We always receive a couple of snacks, and at least one toy. It’s the perfect way to keep your treat bin stocked. I always end up loving the boxes that include poop bags, and grooming products, those are my faves. In regards to this month’s box specifically. I love the idea of the theme, I just would have liked to see some sort of school inspired treat or toy. Other than that, I am always impressed with this box.

XOXO

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