Today I’m reviewing and sharing our unboxing of the March FURKID by Paws & Play box. This is the second box we’ve received as part of our 3 month subscription. You can read our review on our February box here.
Paws & Play is a Canadian monthly subscription box for your Furkid; each month you receive a variety of high-quality products for your pet and you can personalize your box based on your pets preferences (i.e. strong chewer, soft or crunchy treats, gender, etc.).
This month’s “box” actually came in a bag due to the size of the items included. Like last month, they included a product card that lists everything included and their respective prices. This value of the box this month was $65.75.
On the flip side of the card they always feature a rescue pet and his/her story. This month’s coverboy is a kitty by the name of Luxx. 🙂
The first item we pulled out of the box was this Chuckit! Max Glow Medium Ball. Maggie will play fetch for about 2 minutes so she’s not really into balls. However we usually keep one out in the backyard for when she has the urge so this will be good for that. Or if we decided to play fletch at night I guess!
Next – another toy, this time an Indoor Tumbler by the same brand (Chuckit!). I honestly didn’t think she’d be too interested in this as it’s pretty big and bulky but I threw it around the backyard for her and she played with it for quite a while!
Here she is playing up a storm:
They also included a footed bowl; these are always handy to have on hand and I liked the colour of this, plus it’s pretty sturdy. Maggie wasn’t so interested in this though ;):
On to something Maggie was more interested in – a snack bar. This is from the brand Spike and contained chicken meal and sweet potato. This actually smelled pretty good when I opened it (I didn’t test it out, I swear):
Maggie seemed to enjoy it (please excuse the grass stuck in her fur!):
I swear if any human ate like she did (all obnoxious with their mouth wide open), I’d be beyond annoyed:
But with her, it’s just cute. 🙂
Lastly, they included a large box of DIGZ French Pup Macarons:
On top was a little card that described how and what they make the macarons with:
And finally, the macarons themselves:
These are basically like sandwich cookies with a crunchy cookie on the top and bottom and some kind of filing in the middle. While I think these would be devoured by literally any other dog on the planet, Maggie is a bit picky and isn’t too fond of hard cookies. She appears to have a hard time chewing hard treats or food so I usually have to break them up into small pieces for her. I did this for her with these but these are REALLY hard and it took quite a bit for me to break it up. I also specified in our profile that we only wanted to receive soft treats so I’m a little confused as to why they sent us these. So we’ll probably forward these on to one of our doggie friends.
And that was what made up our March Paws & Play Box! Overall I was pretty satisfied with the box, aside from the macarons. Next month is going to be the last box as part of our 3 month subscription and then we’ll need to evaluate if we continue on month by month, sign up for another 3 month subscription or try another pet subscription box.
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