PawPost (Dog) Review by Chloe & Sam – November 2018

For those of you, who own a very special doggo like I do, keep reading. Lupe, the owner of Pawpost, very kindly sent Mel and I these boxes to review. Mel has reviewed the cat box and I am reviewing the dog one. Many of you on the group would have seen my dog Sam in my pictures and live unboxing’s before; he is my absolute world and spoilt rotten, oops! I receive many subscription boxes a month but sometimes it’s nice to treat someone else, the joy of watching someone else unbox and experience the surprise is brilliant. So, who better to buy a box for than your dog! They give us unconditional love their whole lives. Buying them their very own subscription box is a way of saying thank you for being our soul mates and companions.

Packaging:

The box arrived via royal mail in a sturdy cardboard box with Pawpost labelled tape so you know what it is. Inside was printed paper covering the contents and a personalised note addressed to Sam and I! How cute!

If you missed Sam & I unboxing this live, you can watch back by clicking play here…

Box options:

If you have a pet cat not a dog, then don’t worry Pawpost also do boxes for you! They offer the dog box, cat box, or dog treat box, all starting at different prices depending on the plan you opt for. For more information on the cat box check out Mel and Lilith’s review!

So what was inside?

Kyon Roast Bacon, Graviera Cheese & Thyme Treat Jar – £4.95

These delicious, handmade, gluten-free treats are bursting with flavour that gets tails wagging. They are 100% natural and made from high-quality, human grade ingredients.

Innocent Hound Sliced Venison Sausage – £4.00

These tasty tidbits are made with 80% British venison which has been air-dried to lock in all the wonderful flavour and nutrients. Made with a single protein, these luxury dog treats are grain-free, hypoallergenic and suitable for raw diets.

Beco Michelle the Monkey Soft Toy – £8.99

This adorable character is soft and cuddly with hard-wearing fabric and double stitching for extra strength. Michelle has a squeaker and is made from roughly 15 upcycled plastic bottles. Better for your dog, better for the environment.

Neoh & Nobo Spiced Apple Pie Organic Dog Biscuit – £1.99

From the wonderful British artisan bakehouse for dogs, Neoh & Nobo, this edible love note is 100% natural, grain-free and lovingly handmade. This tasty love heart is made with healthy, organic ingredients including: coconut oil, banana, apple, pumpkin seeds and cinnamon.

AATU Pork & Wild Boar Wet Dog Food – £2.39

Boasting an impressive 90% animal sourced protein, this grain-free recipe can be fed as either a complete meal or as a topper to dry food. It contains AATU’s bespoke ’Super 8′ formula of 8 fruits, 8 vegetables, 8 herbs and botanical that provide a combination of vitamins and minerals along with incredible flavour. AATU is an Ethically Awarded, independently owned British company, that handcrafts their complete dog food in freshly prepared, small batches.

Rattle & Reward Natural Dog Treats – £2.99

These grain-free morsels are made from over 75% fresh chicken, duck and turkey. Made with love in the UK, these morsels are the perfect training treat.

The total box value is £25.31!

Price plans:

  • 1 Month plan – £24.95 plus £2.95 shipping
  • 3 Months plan – £22.95 (£77.70)
  • 6 Months plan – £20.95 (£143.40)
  • 12 Months plan – £19.95 (£274.80)

As you can see from these prices you save a lot more money when subscribing longer term.

Remember to use code ‘petlover10’ to receive 10% off your order!

What Sam thought of the products:

His favourite treats were the Innocent Hound Sliced Venison Sausages, they were the first he tried and he kept coming back for more. The packaging was reseal able which meant the treats stayed fresh after opening.

In fact Sam loved all of the food included in his Pawpost box! He is a bit of a hoover if I am being honest, but it is great to see him enjoying food and the treats worked as good rewards for positive behaviour. None of the food seemed to affect his digestion in a negative way and the ingredients lists are all very healthy! You only want the best for your pooch!

When Sam had the AATU Pork & Wild Boar Wet Dog Food I gave him half the tin for one meal mixed with some dry biscuits, and then the other half the next day. He clearly liked it as he scoffed it down quicker than ever!

As for the Beco monkey toy, it is still in one piece! That in itself is an achievement because Sam goes through toys like there’s no tomorrow. He is a playful pup and loves having his toy thrown around for him, so to find a toy that is long lasting and eco-friendly is brilliant!

Overall thoughts:

All in all, myself and Sam are both impressed with Pawpost. It is a great way of treating your doggo without breaking the bank, especially if you use our discount code! I like the variety of treats, food and toys that are included and how most of the packaging is resealable, this means you don’t need to worry about using all the products up at once. If you have a very special pooch in your life then this is the box for you!

Thanks for reading,

Chloe x

https://www.pawpost.co.uk/

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