I received a box from Pawalla Box last month, but never got around to reviewing it. I wouldn’t say my lack of a review is because I’m lazy or even because I ran out of time. The box showed up at our door and the dogs immediately knew the box was for them. I couldn’t delay in opening it, and then once it was opened the dogs wanted contents immediately.
This month, however, I shut the door and didn’t let the dogs in until I’d taken photos of the items included. As you can tell, Pawalla Box is HUGE. The box I received costs $38 per month ($28 if you subscribe for 6 months or more) and contains 7-9 full size products. A mini box is also available for $20.That box contains 4-5 full size products. While I obviously received the box for dogs, there’s also a Pawalla Box available for cats.
Here’s what I received in the June Pawalla Box:
YoPup Happy Belly Treats
Evanger’s Organics Cooked Chicken Dog Food
Nutrisca Turkey and Chickpea Stew
Fetch and Glow Ball
PushClean Pet Towelettes
Wigzi Stuff n Crunch Peanut Butter Flavored Dog Treats
Emerald Canine Duck Treats with Blueberry
I think it’s fair to say that Pawalla Box is an awesome box for fur babies. It’s not a sample box because all of the items are full-size, but it’s an excellent way to try out ne full size products. My dog, Bacon, is seriously the world’s pickiest eater. For years he would only eat one type of dog food and two types of treats. Thanks to Pawalla – and other dog subscription boxes - we have been able to find other treats and food products he enjoys. (Our other dog, Ginger, is not a remotely picky eater.) Since Pawalla Box has monthly options and one-off boxes, I recommend trying one box if you’re one of those people who picks up something for your dog or cat wherever you go. Getting a box for your pet is just as fun as getting a box for yourself!Tags: Pawalla Box, subscription box for cats, subscription box for dogs, subscription boxes