Happy Dog Box a good treat for your favorite pet

| November 21, 2013 | Comments (0)

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We adopted Holly, our Great Pyrenees/Lab mix puppy, Labor Day weekend from a wonderful local rescue group called Magnificent Mutts. Her foster mom let us know she loves all kinds of treats, but when I walk through the pet stores, I feel like it’s the same old stuff that I see in all stores.

I was thrilled to receive an email from Happy Dog Box asking if I wanted to review their products. Of course I said yes.  I liked everything about the Happy Dog Box concept. The products are different from what you find in the local department store’s pet aisle or a pet retailer. These are hand-selected, all natural products which are delivered to your house monthly.

Our box held six items:

  • Barkworthies — premium, quality, all-natural dog treats and chews that are 100% digestible.
  • Woofables — handmade biscuits with all-natural ingredients.
  • Cloud Star — Dynamo Dog Functional treats, hip and joint formula.
  • JYBPet Treats — jerky treats created using an exclusive dehydration process
  • Jolly Pets — a monster mouth treat dispensing toy
  • PoopBogs — Earth friendly bags for every dog’s owners least favorite responsibility

I was very happy to see the JYBPets jerky treats. Holly loves jerky, but with all the recent news stories warning about problems with commercial jerky treats we stopped feeding them to her. These small batch jerky treats made Holly very happy. These jerky treats were big chip-like products Holly played with before eating.

Holly also went crazy for the Monster Mouth treat. Holly’s foster mom told us she loves, loves, loves peanut butter. We hadn’t given her any because we had problems with other delivery options. The Monster Mouth treat is about the size of a hamburger bun and the same size. The opening is wide, making it easy for us to fill and clean. Holly loved playing with it. She spent a lot of time both getting the peanut butter out and just chewing on it.

Happy Dog Box is a great idea for anyone who wants unique and healthy treats for their pet. The boxes are available in three different subscription options. You can order them for yourself or send a box as a gift. In case you’re worried about quality, here’s the promise from the Happy Dog Box website, “We source our treats from high-quality, independent treat manufacturers that are vetted for safety and quality. The treats we send are safe, healthy and delicious, GUARANTEED.”

What is great about the subscription service is that it saves you both time and money. I like to treat Holly with healthy options, but can’t always find items of interest at my local stores. I don’t really have the time to wander through different stores seeking pet treats. At the same time, the subscription service saves you money. It’s less expensive to buy the items as a package than it would be individually. Also, shipping is free.

For more information, visit the Happy Dog Box website.


Shari writes about life with twins at Two Times the Fun, about family friendly events at Get Out and Have Fun Around Chicagoland and about raising readers at OMG (Oh My Books).

Disclosure:  As I mention in the post, I did receive a free review Happy Dog Box. My thoughts and words are my own.





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About Shari: Shari is a mom, wife, marketing communications professional, gardener, Chicago Blackhawks fan, college sports fan, traveler, quilter, community volunteer, sister, daughter, aunt, friend, Siberian Husky owner, Girl Scout troop leader and book lover. You can find Shari blogging about life with twins at Two Times the Fun and tweeting @slcs48n1. View author profile.

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