Woof Pack Review November 2018

Woof Pack is a monthly box for your fur-babies to enjoy! Every month your dog can expect to receive a variety of paw-picked toys, treats, and chews. Woof Pack boxes start at 32$/month  and are valued between 50$-60$ CAD.

Note: Over the last week we have been posting a few of the past boxes from Woof Pack. Today we are having a look at the November 2018 box.

Subscriptions Available:

  • 12 months at 32$ CAD per month
  • 6 months at 36$ CAD per month
  • 1 month at 40$ CAD per month

Would you consider your pup smaller, larger, or right in the middle of the pack? Either way, Woof Pack offers boxes suitable for all dogs and sizes. The tiny dog box is for smaller dogs, up to 15 pounds, like Chihuahuas, Yorkies, Shih Tzus, and Miniature dogs. The medium dog box is for your average sized dogs that weigh up to 55 pounds like Bulldogs, Border Collies and Australian Shepards. Lastly, the big dog box is for those big furry friends over 55 pounds like Golden Retrievers and German Shepards. All of the boxes are the same price no matter the size of the dog.

November Theme

Woof Pack is traveling to the city of love this month with their Paris themed box complete with delicious meals, hearts, and croissants for your dog!

Zippy Paws – Croissant

This squeaky croissant from Zippy Paws is the perfect toy to feature in this Paris themed box! It is made of plush and has double the fun with two EVA squeakers inside. This toy is the perfect size and shape for a small dog to play with. I think the added details to the face, like the little smile and rosy cheeks, make this toy so adorable and fun!

Spunky Pup – Diamond Heart

In the city of love, there must be hearts! Woof Pack included a diamond heart from Spunky Pup. The best part about this toy is that it bounces, squeaks, and floats. The hardness of this gem is rated a 3 out of 5 which is pretty durable, especially when using it with small dogs.

Zoe – Turkey & Beets

Zoe turkey and beets is a 100% natural chunky and chewy dog treat that your dog will surely drool over! These treats are made with no soy, wheat, or corn. The recommended serving is 1 to 2 a day and since we’re still training our puppy we picked out two and broke them up into smaller pieces and she really enjoyed the flavor.

Tail Swag Treats

Yummy peanut butter treats! Tail Swag Treats delivers all natural, homemade dog treats made with fresh ingredients. One of the main ingredients in these peanut butter bones is oats flour which I just learned from the info card is very beneficial for dogs. As a dog mom, I love treats that I know my dogs will enjoy and that I know are nutritionally benefiting them at the same time. I’m sure we all want to keep our dogs as healthy as possible!

Jakers Chews

Last item in the box was a Jakers chew! Every past box we’ve received has included a dog chew and my puppy has been obsessed with them. They are great for small, teething dogs for sure and also chewing on these natural treats promote oral hygiene which is very important for a growing puppy.

Woof Pack Review November 2018 – Final Thoughts

The thing I love most about Woof Pack is the variety of flavors and treats they offer in their monthly boxes. They include treats that are healthy and 100% natural for your dogs which is always a plus when shopping for these type of products. You always want to give your dog the best and that is just what Woof Pack provides. The overall quality of this month’s toys are equally as great as the treats. My dogs favorite product from the box is probably the peanut butter bones!

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