Pet (and beauty) boxes are probably the most saturated in the subscription market and Simba, my four legged friend and I have tried our fair share, so we were keen to see how Pet Nature Box stacked up in comparison.
First thing I noticed was the beautiful packaging. Wrapped in ample tissue paper with a turquoise string bow, it felt like I had just received a luxury present.
Inside was well and truly full to the brim with plenty of goodies. Helpfully they provide an information sheet with a brief blurb about each of the items so you have an idea what they’re for, how to use them and where they are from.
Ronnie the Rhino
This toy is made from completely natural jute material and is 100% biodegradable. This is evidently a great quality product and I’m a big fan. Plus it looks great! This is one dog toy I don’t mind having laying around on my living room floor.
I’m a big fan of when subscription boxes support companies which give back. For every Ronnie the Rhino sold through Antler Dog Chews 10p is donated to the charity, Save the Rhino.
These were gobbled up in an instant by Simba and his Pomeranian friend, Bear. Another great quality product; these treats are made using human grade ingredients only and zero bad stuff! This is definitely a brand I’d happily repurchase when this bag runs out.
Quack Duckling Toy
This was hands down the doggie’s favourite item in the box. There were plenty of squabbles over who was going to play with it first. As soon as they heard the cute little quaking noise they went absolutely crazy for it! It’s nice to have a toy which makes a noise other than an annoying squeak!
Whole Salmon Skin
If I’m completely honest I thought this looked a little daunting at first. I’ve seen chunks of fish jerky before but never a whole air dried skin. Salmon is high in Omega 3 which is great for skin, coat, eyes and even brain development. It’s also great to see this is yet another product which ethically and sustainably sourced.
This poop bag carry pouch makes carrying those unsightly bags all the better! It comes in a variety of prints and mine has a very Day of the Dead look to it. Clip it to your pup’s lead, stuffed full with bags or treats and you will be safe in the knowledge you’ll never forget these must have items again.
Carob Chocolate Flavoured Biscuits
We all know dogs can’t eat chocolate but these biscuit treats mean our spoilt hounds need not miss out! Thanks to these they can enjoy that delicious chocolate taste harm free. Plus they are handmade, talk about gourmet eating!
We all know at the end of the day the opinion who’s matters the most is the dog and I think it’s safe to say there were some real winners in this box which they absolutely adored. Just trying to prise Simba and Bear away long enough to take a few snaps was a tricky issue!
There isn’t anything in this box I wouldn’t feel comfortable letting them play with or munch on. One thing which really shone through was the quality of it’s content. This was particularly evident in the treats which were either sustainably sourced, handmade or contained human grade ingredients.
If you can’t resist spoiling your pup with a Pet Nature Box then definitely take advantage of this offer for new subscribers. If you subscribe before 15th April then you can get £5 OFF your first box with voucher code HIGH5 and be in for a chance to win a March box too.