Wednesday, 30 December 2015

The Christmas Pawsome box (review)

Vicky and Didou, the Madhouse pooches, decided (oh ok, I decided on their behalf !) to give their fabulously festive Christmas Pawsome box to Dieser and Brodie, the Madhouse grandparents' doggies, as we were visiting over Christmas.

Brodie instantly came to investigate !

He was immediately intrigued by the ball on a rope.

Pierre thought this was great news ...

... and a long game of tug-of-war ensued !

Until Brodie went back to the box and picked up the squeaky Santa plastic toy to play with instead. He had great fun chewing it, squeaking it, throwing it around then fetching it when Pierre threw it to him. It was so much fun, Pierre abandoned his own Christmas toys in favour of the doggie ones ! In fact, we all decided that the soft toy squeaky owl in a funky festive Fair Isle jumper was far too cute to be chewed to bits and slobbered on by the dogs so Pierre has adopted him for himself ! The toys got a great reception but, after several days of enthusiastic playing, they both did show signs of wear and tear - the ball on a rope had started to fray and the poor old squeaky Santa had a hole chewed in its hat !

Also in the box were some swiftly devoured foodie treats - some Trixie Premio Christmas Filets, some Choc Orange Minis and some beautiful (and apparently equally tasty) doggie Christmas Puddings.

There was also a Biogance Protein Plus shampoo which is enriched with wheatproteins for a triple detangling, protective and fortifying action. It smells really nice and it will be great for making Didou and Vicky's fur nice and soft and, hopefully, tangle-free.

Contents of the box vary depending on the size and breed of your dog so have a look at the website to see the full range of products that went out in previous boxes. You can also have a look at our reviews of some of the previous Pawsome boxes here, here and here. As well as Pawsome boxes for dogs, there are Purrfect boxes for cats, so your feline friends don't feel left out.

A monthly subscription costs £19.90, six-monthly works out at £17.90 per month and yearly is the equivalent of £15.90 per month, including delivery. If you love to pamper your pet pooch and you like receiving surprises through the post, this is a great scheme to sign up to.

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Disclosure : We received a box in order to write an honest review.

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