March, 2016 - "Spring Time is Here"
This March Paw Pack is packed with goodies!
The toys included are:
- Beco Ball (retail value $3.95)
- Zippy Paws Jigglerz Bunny (retail value $11.99)
- Fluff -N- Tuff Toy (retail value $14.95)
The treats included are:
- Bounty Bites (retail value $9.99)
- Pegetables (retail value $7.00 - 9.00 a bag, but we got single samples in the box)
- Clear Conscience Chicken Slider (retail value about $1.65)
- Himalyan Pizzle Puffs (retail value $4.50)
Estimated retail value: $47.03 (not including the Pegetables since they are single packs)
Overall Opinion: We liked the toys that were included in the March box. Being that it was Easter, the theme was perfect! The toys weren't a bit big for Bruce Wayne, but I understand he's smaller than most "small" dogs as Paw Pack's "small dog" box is for dogs up to 25 pounds. The ball is fun for Bruce Wayne to chase around, but again because of his size, he cannot pick it up :-( Both boxes of treats are a good size and what I have come to expect from subscription boxes. I am defiantly more excited to give Bruce Wayne the "Pizzle Puffs" as they are a one-ingredient treat (bully sticks). While the Bounty Bites contain many more ingredients, they seem to definitely be on the healthy side; blueberries, coconut oil, carrots, etc. However, they do contain eggs, which I know some dog parents like to avoid. The Pegetables are single serving sizes for most dogs (I'd have to break them up for Bruce Wayne as one is way too large for a treat for him), but again contain many more ingredients in which I like to give to Bruce Wayne. We received 5 single packs of the Pegetables. I was excited to get a Clear Conscience Pet treat, as we have many Instagram friends that enjoy their treats. This treat could go either way with most dog parents. It contains sea salt and cheddar cheese, which could be a problem for some dogs. However, it is free of grains, gluten, GMO's and glycerin!
Overall, I liked the box, but wasn't overjoyed with it. The theme was perfect, as it was delivered right before Easter. Maybe it's just me, but I don't like getting single-serving items. I think it has to do with the fact that Bruce Wayne is small, so it's always a pain to repackage it and a lot of times, I forget that I even opened it and have it, then by time I do, it's already gone bad. (That's just a personal problem I need to work on) I liked the toys, however, since they are a larger size, Bruce Wayne hasn't touched them. He's about 6.5 pounds for those of you that are wondering. I think this box is great for a medium-sized dog. The toys are better suited for their size and the single serving treats would actually be a single serving! :-)
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*The Fine Print* - Paw Pack sends toys and treats based on your dogs size at the time you signup for a subscription or single box and even if you have the same size dog as Bruce Wayne, you may have received different products (same theme though) than Bruce Wayne. These are solely my honest opinions of this month's box based on Bruce Wayne's size and preference.