Pupbox – Review and Unboxing

I recently had the pleasure of reviewing a Pupbox for the blog.  Pupbox is a monthly subscription box that is specifically customized to your puppy or dog based on age and size.  Each month a new package of toys and treats, accessories and training information are delivered right to your door.  The ultimate way to spoil your four legged friend for as little as $29 USD a month.

Here is a video of Tucker and I unboxing our Pupbox…

Here is a brief description of the items in our pupbox:

  1. Puppy Teething Rings from N-Bone – great for teething puppies!20170805_230948

 

2.  Stuffed interactive toy from Zippy Paws – The S.S. Zippy has fish that can pop in and out of the holes on the boat giving your puppy a fun experience.20170805_230753

3.  Dynamo Dog soft dog treats (Made in the USA, grain free)  These were peanut butter flavor and Tucker and his friends couldn’t get enough!20170805_230918

4.  Squeak and Light Ball by “Gnawsome” (and YES, it does glow!)20170805_230419

5.  Chilly Bone soft teething bone, freeze for easing gums during teething.20170805_230458

6.  A bully stick from Natural Dog Company20170805_230851

 

Pupbox has been featured on Shark Tank, and is the way of the future for pet owners who like to spoil their fur babies on a regular basis.

Click here to order your subscription today!  Use code TDG for a 10% discount.

How Long Do Your Golden Retriever’s Stuffed Toys Last?

I love seeing pictures of golden retrievers snuggled up with their “stuffies” or just carrying them around in their mouths. Sometimes they have a whole toy box of these things.

This is not the case with Tucker. I think the longest one of those things has lasted in our house was maybe a week.

Do you know of any “indestructable stuffies? Maybe if he had a whole bunch, he wouldn’t destroy them. We only buy one at a time.

Hopefully when Tucker is a bit older he will go easy on the stuffies, but for now, its fun to watch him destroy his “prey” like the stuffed mallard. (RIP mallard)

mallard

Product Win – Nylabone Dental Chew Bone – The Daily Golden

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Here’s a great article on “tugging” I find using a rope toy also helps to clean their teeth! Tucker loves a good game of “Tug” but I always make sure I am calling the shots. What do you think? Is tugging okay to play with your dog?

Golden Video of the Week – Golden Retriever Tidies Up Toys

This is Grace and she likes to clean up her toys.  She even closes the lid to the toybox at the end.  Such a good girl!