WufWuf is one of the UK’s most popular pet subscription boxes and with Christmas just around the corner, why not give your pooch an early treat with their very own subscription?!
Here’s what’s inside this month’s box which is themed Pawsome Monsters:-
Sweet Monster Plush Toy
This adorable monster plush toy is lovely and soft with crinkling plastic inside to create extra amusement for your dog when they play with it. There’s also a squeaker and it has long legs that Toby loves to swing around!
They are best friends already :D
Rosewood Nylon Dog Chew Tough Toy
The second dog toy this month is a Nylon Tough Toy in the shape of a bone. It’s a large size which perfectly suits Toby and is quite chunky and strong. Interestingly, it’s also ‘beef’ flavoured which might explain why Toby was so enthusiastic when I gave it to him!
Great for cleaning your dog’s teeth!
Rosewood Natural Eats Chicken Tenders
Moving onto the treats, there are three tempting varieties in the box. The first pack that I picked up are these Chicken Tenders strips from Rosewood which are made with 100% natural chicken breast meat so they’re grain-free, gluten-free and low in fat. Toby loves anything chicken so these have been very popular.
Pet Munchies Dental Buffalo Chew
One thing that I particularly love about the WufWuf boxes is that they match up the treats and toys to the size and breed of your dog (you’re asked this when you sign up) and this Pet Munchies Dental Buffalo Chew is a hefty large size that’s ideal for a power chewer like Toby!
Rosewood Daily Eats Hex-A-Bone
At first glance, I thought this was another nylon chew toy like the one above as it’s very strong, but it’s actually completely edible and made from natural ingredients such as Sweet Potato flour and Peanut Butter. It has a unique hexagram design on the back to encourage your dog to chew into the grooves to help clean their teeth and gums.
Arm & Hammer Dog Toothbrush
The last product is an Arm & Hammer Toothbrush – I’ve never tried to clean Toby’s teeth with a toothbrush before as he’s an old rescue dog so I’m not sure what he’ll think about it but I’ll give it a go!