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The Tail Wagger Box Review:

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Hey everyone I'm back with another review. I contacted a company called Tail Wagger who do monthly subscription boxes for dogs and asked them to review one of their boxes. They posted me their October box which included 7 items. Tail Wagger offer three different subscription boxes based on how many items you want per box.
  • Box Price's - opitional choose from 3 options:

  1. 2-3 items is £13.99 per month free UK shipping
  2. 4-6 items is £21.99 per month free UK shipping - box I was sent
  3. 7-10 items is £34.99 per month free UK shipping
I was fell in love with the box before even opening the item due to the lovely handcrafted feel to the stamped box front which had been stamped with lovely halloween pumpkins and cobwebs. When opening the box it is presented in a lovely manner wrapped in yellow tissue paper and sealed with a Tail Wagger sticker. One other great thing about this box is that 10% of proceeds are donated to Dogs Trust so money is given back to other dogs in need. Boxes are always cheaper than what it would cost to buy the items individually.My two Jack Russel's Buster and Oscar couldnt wait to get their paws into the box. 

Purchase your box here: http://www.thetailwagger.co.uk/


What's in the box?:

Each box contains a unique combination of items including toys, accesories and snacks. See below to find out what was in my box:

  • Woof and Brew healthy herbal dog teas RRP £3.99:
First item in the box was some Woof and Brew doggie tea bags. I was super excited to find these in the box as it is such a great concept and very unique. Woof and Brew specialise in dog herbal teas and do lots of different flavours. The flavour in the box is called feel good which helps with immune and digestive systems giving your dog a extra boost. This pack is a seven day pack which contains 7 tea bags. I havent had chance to try these yet but cant wait to give them ago. You can either use the tea bags by adding them to your dogs water for extra flavour or you can make the tea then let it cool and add it to your dogs food. 

















  • House of French halloween peanut butter cookies:
I love how cute these are, little halloween themed cookies. The cookies are in the shape of pumpkins, ghosts and bats.


  • Sea Treats - Natural salmon bites 200g tub - RRP £4.99:
This is a a little tub of salmon biscuit treats which are a good source of omega 3 and protein. 


















  • The Dog Treat Company - Joie De Vivre 40g dog treats - RRP £2.50:
I love the vintage themed packaging on these dog treats but one thing that sticks out the most is that they use human grade ingredients in their treats. The treats have an impressive ingredient list and my dogs loved them :).


  • Meat Snax - 7 beef treats RRP £2.93:
These make for a great treat they are almost like a beef jerky stick you get 7 in a pack so quite good value for money. The snax can be given whole or be snapped up and used as training treats. They use 100% prime ingredients which my dogs loved.


Rogz Grinz ball - orange RRP £5.00:

This ball is such a great and fun idea and has a combination of uses which is even better. The ball is bright orange with teeth printed onto it to make it look like your dog is smiling when they have it in their mouth. The ball also has a hole in the back for treats. It can be used for fetch and bounces really well. The ball can also be used for water play as it floats.

  • Tartan Bowtie:

Last item in the box which I thought was a lovely touch was a little ribbon tartan bowtie which can be seen below on the boys:



















Overall I love this box. It is such a great idea and my dogs loved it. I like the variation of items included and it is great value for money. The best thing though is the support Tail Wagger offer the Dogs Trust which makes me love the box even more. I want to say a huge thankyou to Camila for sending me this box to review

Would you purchase one of these boxes for your dog?

That's all for now , Amber xox
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