WufWuf is a monthly dog box that’s packed full of high-quality dog treats and toys, as well as handy lifestyle products to make owning a dog a real joy. The boxes always offer amazing value for money and each month there is a fun theme to enjoy!
July’s box is themed Rain Paw and contains the brand new magazine from WufWuf which features puzzles, fun facts about dogs, DIY recipes and of course, a list of all of the contents in your box.
Here’s what I found inside:-
Rainbow Plush Toy
This large Rainbow shaped Plush Toy has a smooth cover and ‘crinkling’ material inside to entertain your dog. There’s also a yellow little sleeve (where the WufWuf logo is) for you to place treats to keep your dog occupied further.
I think the Rainbow Plush Toy is super cute (and a nice way to support Pride month!) – Toby loves it!
Trixie Floatable Tough Ball Toy in size Large
The second toy is a Trixie Floatable Tough Ball which is designed to be ‘extremely robust’ and can, of course, be used in the water with your dog. The shape is very similar to a Kong so that you can stuff treats inside it, but it feels more like a mix of plastic and rubber, rather than just the strong rubber that Kongs are made of.
Toby enjoys anything that has treats inside but he did manage to bite the top off this fairly easy (which I removed as soon as I saw him do it), so if you have a crazy power-chewer Rottweiler like mine, you’re better off with the classic Kongs, although I do appreciate that this would be fun to use in water (Toby hates water but your dog might be better trained!).
Natures Menu Country Hunter Superfood Bars
Next up, I found three bags of treats in this month’s box, all from British brands. I was very happy to see more from Natures Menu (Toby is fed on the raw/BARF diet from Natures Menu) and these Superfood Bars are a tasty way for your dog to get some more nutrients.
Crave Beef Protein Chunks
Made with 100% natural Beef and nothing else, these chunky pieces are the perfect meaty treat for all occasions! Toby loves them of course ;)
Poo The Right Thing Poo Bags
Last but not least, we have a large packet of poo bags. Always an essential, you can never have too many of these, especially if you have a Rottweiler!