Want to really spoil your pooch every month? Treat them to WufWuf box – a subscription box that’s packed full of goodies just for your furry friend! Every month, you (or they!) will receive a surprise selection that contains products such as Treats, Toys, Chews, Accessories and/or Grooming items, and the contents will be worth at least £40, so you’re getting a fantastic deal which makes this box much more affordable than similar ones on the market. Postage is free and you can cancel at any time.
February’s WufWuf box arrived about a week ago and I couldn’t wait to see what was inside for my doggies.
Pet Munchies Ocean White Fish and Premium Dental Buffalo Chew
Starting with the treats, I pulled out two bags from Pet Munchies at the top of the box. On the left are some baked Ocean White Fish sticks which are 100% natural with no artificial additives, preservatives, flavourings or colours. Fish is a brilliant healthy treat for dogs and mine loved these!
And on the right is a super chunky Premium Dental Buffalo Chew which is a really substantial treat for my biggest dog, Toby. It’s low in fat, high in protein and free from gluten and grains. Toby certainly enjoyed it!
Pet Munchies Venison Training Treats and Sushi Training Treats
I was pleased to see another two bags from Pet Munchies because I really like the ingredients that they use and always feel good about giving these kinds of treats to my dogs. Here we have two lots of Training Treats, one is Venison and one is Sushi and both are free from artificial flavours, colourings, additives and preservatives.
They’re the perfect size to reward good behaviour and I find them useful as an ingredient to stuff into my dog’s Kong toys to keep them occupied if I’m out of the house.
Earthy Pawz Natural Wood and Rubber Toy
Starting with the selection of toys, this one from Earthy Pawz is the first thing that Toby picked out of the box himself – he went straight for it! This toy has two large and chunky wooden ends which are connected by a piece of wood that has a softer rubber material wrapped around the middle.
Chloe (my Staffordshire Bull Terrier) showed some brief interest in it (she doesn’t really play with toys), but Toby (my Rottweiler) took it straight into one of the beds and began gnawing at the wooden bits. I’m not sure how long it’s going to last but it’s holding up pretty well so far!
Cooper & Pals Chase and Chew Throw Toy
The second toy is from Cooper & Pals and is called a Chase and Chew Throw Toy. There’s a thick rubber bone-shaped toy as the main part which has a sturdy rope threaded through it with an extension that comes up through the top so that you can throw it.
As Toby is a Rotweiller, he doesn’t play fetch and instead prefers to chew his toys in a bed and guard them! He liked this one as you can see above.
Scotch Brite Mini Roller and Blue Spikey Rubber Ring Toy
Next up, I found a Scotch Brite Mini Roller which is always appreciated as I get through so many of these. This Mini Roller is a good size for handbags and keeping in the car for those times when you spot that your trousers are covered in dog hair!
There’s also a Blue Spikey Rubber Ring Toy which Chloe has been carrying around and chewing a lot.
Saving the very best for last, as February is all about Valentine’s Day, I was so happy to see this amazing, Handmade Heart-Shaped Toy which has been specially personalised for Toby with his name on it! It features two rope handles on either side so that you can play tug of war with your dog too.
This is the cutest thing that I’ve ever seen and Toby has been guarding it in his bed since the box arrived :)