Wednesday, 2 March 2016

Lifestyle | February Pawsome Box


Hello Lovelies! Another week, another Pawsome Box* and I can honestly say I love these (even if it's only because it makes my dog love me). Speaking of Molly, (my adorable little Shetland Sheepdog) she's been pretty mischievous lately. I had to give her a tablet, but every time I did she pretended to chew it then sneakily spat it out so she could get another treat. I'm not sure whether to be disappointed, or impressed she's that cunning! Either way she's a very sassy nine year old dog that's for sure. 

Anyway back to the box. If you're new to Pawsome, it's a monthly subscription box costing £19.90 per month with a range of products just for your dog ranging from care, to toys and to treats (of course!) all catered around your dogs age and size. Each month has been pretty consistent with about two toys, two self care products and two or more packs of treats - so that gives you an idea of what you'll be spending your money on! 


This month there weren't quite as many treats as usual, but I don't think that's a bad thing as these will last you a long while! The first are some indulgent 'Pawnut Butter' treats for your dog, perfect for when they need that extra little bit of pampering. They're also sugar, gluten and dairy free so you don't need to worry about any hidden nasties. The other pack of treats are these FluoFres ones that are perfect for keeping your dogs teeth healthy and clean - plus dogs seem to love them too (at least Molly does!). 


My favourite part of the box is always the toys, and this week there was a clear winner with Molly - this adorable rabbit toy. Like seriously it's a little bit too cute, and seeing Molly snuggle with it was almost too much for my heart to handle. Let's face it, as any dog owner will tell you, dogs are just endlessly adorable and I end up fawning over how cute Molly is practically every day. The other toy we haven't really played with as much, but I feel like it could be really fun. We'll just have to see!


By far the most interesting product this week is this Drinkies bottle of infused water, which I would never have thought of buying. The idea behind it, is that it's super hydrating and healthy for your dog so perfect to take on longer walks to keep them happy and hydrated. The final product in this box was this Clean Pads product, which you can use to quickly clean your dogs feet without having to go through the hassle of a bath (Molly's least favourite thing in the world). This is a great little product to take out on a walk with you, and use before you enter the house again.

Also seeing as I didn't manage to get any decent photos of Molly when I opened the box, here's one of her dozing off and grumpily realising I was taking photos of her. Her nose just looks so big and cute. She loves me, really.


All in all I'm super pleased with this month's box yet again. It's just a lovely thing to share with your dog, and a great way to discover new products. And even if you don't want to commit to a monthly subscription, I think it's a great one off present for your dog's birthday! Why not check out the Pawsome box yourself? Just click here to go over to the website! And Psst! Use my discount code ukbcjcee to get five pounds of your first box!

Thank you for reading lovelies! This week is very hectic on the blog, so you should expect about two posts every day because clever old me completely forgot to plan out my Lush Mother's Day reviews. But anyway, hope you're having an amazing week and if not Friday isn't so far away!

SHARE:

2 comments

  1. Every time I read your review on this subscription, it makes me wish we have a dog! I honestly hope we will get a bigger hours soon or at least one with a much bigger yard then we can adopt a dog.

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

    ReplyDelete
  2. my kitty did the same thing with her medicine lol, they are so sneaky!
    Pam xo/ Pam Scalfi♥

    ReplyDelete

Thanks for your comments, I love reading them and will be sure to visit your blog soon :) have a lovely day!

Blogger Template Created by pipdig