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‘Packs’ contain at least five goodies for your pet

Note: This is a sponsored post. Read more to learn how you can win a free box from PawPack for your dog or cat.

A company called PawPack recently sent one of its monthly subscription boxes to my dog Ace. He received the July box.

PawPack subscribers receive a box once a month containing five to eight high-quality and carefully selected products, according to the company. The July box we received actually contained 12 items, which I thought was awesome.

I think PawPack would be a really fun gift idea. The next time you aren’t sure what to get someone for her birthday, just order a PawPack for her cat or dog! Done.

More about PawPack subscription boxes for pets

PawPack subscription box for dogs and cats logoThe products in each PawPack include a variety of treats, toys, grooming products and accessories, according to the company. You can read what we received in our pack below.

One of the reasons you may want to consider signing up for PawPack is because it offers boxes for dogs and cats.

As far as pricing goes, the month-to-month option is $43 per box, according to PawPack.com. The cost drops to $37 per month when you commit to six months or $32 per month for the 12-month option. If you decide to add a box for a second (or third) pet in your family, it’s just $18 per month for that second box.

“PawPack is a fun and exciting way to try amazing products with your furkid without having to sift through thousands of items and go to the store,” the company said on its web site.

The company also said it has two partnerships with rescue groups so far where everyone who adopts a dog from those rescues gets a free PawPack. Nice!

[quote_center]”PawPack is a fun and exciting way to try amazing products with your furkid without having to sift through thousands of items …”[/quote_center]

What was in our July PawPack?

The July PawPack that Ace received included 12 items:

PawPack toys July boxFour toys


  • Eco friendly rope toy from Jax and Bones
  • Organic squeaky toy from Steph’s Mom
  • Double-tuff toy from Planet Dog
  • Stuffed hot dog toy filled with 100 percent recycled cotton from Ore Pet.


PawPack treats in July boxTwo types of treats


  • All-natural, peanut butter Buddy Biscuits from Cloud Star
  • All-natural True Chews jerky, made in the USA


PawPack grooming JulyFour grooming items


  • All-natural ear wipes from HappyTails
  • Bar of organic dog soap from RoundtreeOrganics
  • Natural, refreshing spray from Harry Barker
  • “Snoutstik” nose balm for dogs from Opie & Dixie


Two other items


  • Dog water dispenser from Gulpy
  • a pet food bag clip from Ore Pet


Is there anything not so good about PawPack?

According to PawPack’s video above, all of its products are “organic, all natural, eco friendly and vet approved.”

This is great! However, I was a little confused at first and assumed that meant all the products would be organic. Instead, all the products fit into at least one of those categories.

For example, the bar of soap we received is organic, but the Buddy Biscuits are not.

My dog and I don’t care, but it might matter to some of you, so I just wanted to make that clear.


PawPack coupon code and giveaways!

Enter to win a free PawPack

PawPack is giving away an August PawPack to two lucky readers of That Mutt. Winners must have a U.S. or Canadian mailing address.

To enter the first drawing, just leave a comment to let me know your dog or cat would love to win! The second drawing is available to That Mutt’s newsletter subscribers. If you are not subscribed, you can do so below. Watch for our next newsletter to learn how you can enter the drawing. Winners will be chosen Aug. 1.

*Congrats to Zeus and Heidi!

Coupon code for $10 off PawPack

To save $10 off your first order with PawPack, use coupon code THATMUTT at checkout.

For more info, visit PawPack.com.

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