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What’s in a PuppyPack?

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Have you been curious about those dog product subscription boxes? I know I have. It’s a wonderful way to spoil your dog and find new products you might not know about.

But what’s in them? Are they worth it?

white and tan chihuahua with products from PuppyPack

We got the opportunity to give the new subscription box PuppyPack  a try. We got the box for free but were not compensated in any other way for this review.

So what’s in a PuppyPack?

PuppyPsck dog products

You get 5 new things each month including  toys, treats and accessories. In our pack we got a chew ring, a small chick or duck toy (I’m not sure which it is), some dog treats, a King ball and a smoked rib chewie. 

The Kong Squeaker ball was a bust since it was the size of a tennis ball. Too big for tiny mouths. But my little grandson enjoyed playing with it. 

The dogs loved everything else.

Lucy really loved the chick toy. It’s just the right size for a chihuahua.

woman's hand giving a chick toy to chihuahua dog

What I liked about the chick toy is that it has a velcro back where you can open it up and take the squeaker out if you want.

white and tan long hair chihuahua playing with chick plush toy

The dogs liked the treats. Here is Lucas and Ziggy trying the treats out.

Chihuahua and Yorkie mix and small Yorkie trying dog treats from hand

And dog chew ring and smoked rib were a big hit.

yorkie and chihuahua reaching for a chew bone

How do You Go About Ordering a PuppyPack?

It’s pretty easy. You just click on the Get Started button on their home page: and fill out some details about your dog. 

The boxes are customized for your dog and the treats are sourced in the USA. 

What is the Price and can you Cancel?

There are 2 levels of membership. 

If you pay for a year, it will  be $29. a month. If you choose this type, you cannot cancel until the year is up.

Or you can pay $35. per month with no commitment and cancel anytime. 

Buy It Again

One cool thing is if you find something your dog really likes, you buy it again by itself without buying the whole subscription box.

Although I went to look for the duck/chick toy, I didn’t see it listed. Both Ziggy and Lucy love that chick so I need another to keep the peace.

My Final Thoughts About PuppyPack

My dogs did like the products and it was fun seeing them excited about what was in the box. It was like Christmas morning.

Would I buy this? Probably not as a monthly subscription. It’s a little too pricey for me. But I will get them a box for Christmas and their birthdays or Gotcha day. And it would make a great gift for someone with a new dog so I’ll definitely remember it for occasions like that in the the future.

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I’d love to know if you have ever tried PuppyPack or any other  dog product subscription service and if so, what did you think of it?

Debbie H

Sunday 8th of November 2020

I have never tried any dog subscription type plans before. I have always been a firm believer in sticking with pretty much the same food and treats for all of my animals. Changing diets on dogs is usually not a good thing. My current love, my chi Abbey will be 15 years old in a few months and know that her good health could change at anytime. Will not likely be able to afford another one and would love to have another one. Anyone know where I could find an affordable long haired apple head female chi somewhere in the Midwest?


Tuesday 10th of November 2020

Check out our rescue page for links to rescues and links to other articles that will help you in your search:

Angela Fifer

Saturday 1st of August 2020

Hello I have a rescue Chihuahua since the end of January our problem is not aggression it is fear of sounds, people approaching him. Initially he was very afraid. He is much better and even explores during walks. The huge issue is thunder storms, is there anything I can do to make him feel safe during the storm?


Sunday 2nd of August 2020

We are dealing with daily thunderstorms here in the south so I know what you are going through. We have an article on this here that may help: