PawPack October Box

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Spoil your pooches with the subscription to PawPack.

PawPack October
If you are like me, then your pets are a big part of your family. I have two small dogs Chloe and Peaches that I consider to be my fur babies. My family and I treat them like family, so I always try to find the best toys, treats, and food products around. I like to spoil my pooches and a subscription to PawPack is the perfect holiday gift for them.
PawPack is a monthly subscription service for dogs. The service provides a delightful boxful of the finest quality treats, toys, and accessories from companies who look out for your dog’s well-being. The subscription service is $39 a month and is available in four membership plans.
• One month $39 a month.
• Three months $33 a month.
• Six months $31 a month.
• 12 months $29 a month.
The great thing about PawPack is they consider the size of your dog for the products you receive in your box. There are three dogs’ sizes to choose from including; small dogs 0 to 20 pounds, medium dogs 20 to 50 pounds, and large dogs 50 pounds and above.


I had the pleasure of receiving the October box. Here is what I found inside the box;
Whole Life Living Treats Pumpkin Beta Boost: These are freeze-dried pumpkin treats, they are about the size of a quarter.
Zippy Paws Spooky Burrow: This is an interactive dog toy that houses three candy corn bats. My poodle Peaches loves this toy.
Charming Pet Spooky Slideez: This dog toy has a rope arm that slides to both sides to make a fun game of tug of war for my pooches.
Look Who’s Happy Tempt’n Tenders: These are chicken and pumpkin treats shaped like dog bones. They are a little bit big for small dogs, so make sure to break it into pieces or keep a close eye on them while they enjoy it.
Latham Company Festive Bandana: A wonderful little bandana that is perfect for the spooky fall season on your dog.

PawPack October
As you can see, that is a fantastic assortment of items included in this box. My dogs especially loved the two dog toys. They like playing tug-of-war with the Charming Pet Spooky Slideez the sliding arms add extra fun with this toy as the rope slides back and forth when they pull on it. The Zippy Paws Spooky Burrow is a fantastic interactive puzzle toy that keeps them entertained for hours. Peaches doesn’t allow Chloe to play with it because she has claimed it as hers.

PawPack October
I love subscription services, but I love them even more when they ensure quality products. All items in PawPack are certified Organic, Grain Free, All Natural, and Eco-Friendly. There is a product card included in the box with product description and other valuable information. October was Adopt A Shelter Dog Month; I was not aware that such a thing existed before receiving this box. Additionally, they also give 10% of their proceeds to rescue causes. PawPack was created to provide high-quality items for dogs and people who want the best for them. If you’re looking for a gift for your dog, this holiday season be sure and take a look at PawPack.


  1. Natalie Brown says

    Ha! Peaches is funny. This was such a cute box. My boxer boy would certainly enjoy it too. Thanks for the cool review. 🙂

  2. I love Subscription Packages too, so I will definitely check this one out!

    Thanks for the info, this is the first time that I have heard of Paw{ack.

  3. (PawPack October Box) This great subscription box would be perfect for my son and daughter-in-laws new border collie named Mia for this coming Christmas.

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