Bowzer Box Review - April 2014 - Canadian Pet Subscription Box + PROMO CODE

This box was provided complimentary for review.
  
What is it? Bowzer Box
How Much? $29/month, $78/quarter, $138/half-year, plus $4.50 shipping per box.
What's in it?
5-6 items such as dog treats, toys, and accessories. May include full size toys and treats (wheat free), samples, and coupons from various brands.

Earlier this month I introduced you to Bowzer Box, a new subscription box for dogs. Bowzer Box is a Canadian company, based out of Ontario. They generously offered to send me a second box for review.

Bowzer Box caters to all dogs - small, medium, or large. Subscriptions start at $29 per month. You can save per box by pre-paying for a 3 or 6 month subscription. Shipping is an additional $4.50 per month. If you plan to sign up, be sure to check out the FAQ page for shipping schedule, payment terms, and other fun subscription facts.

Something I didn't mention in my last Bowzer Box post is that Bowzer Box donates a portion of their earnings to Canadian animal shelters, rescues, animal outreach programs, and other animal related non-profit organizations. They even take suggestions on organizations in need of donations.

Another thing about Bowzer Box is that they really make an effort to support small Canadian businesses by including Canadian made products in the box. Plus, if you know of a great Canadian doggy business or product  that would be great for inclusion in a Bowzer Box, send Bowzer an e-mail. They take suggestions for Canadian products and businesses as well!

 
Here is what I received in April's Easter themed Bowzer Box:

Amelia Biscuit Co. (Paris, ON) - Signature Cookies (5 cookies, ~$5)
These cookies are made from natural ingredients and are wheat free. They're shaped like eggs and bones!

Bonus - Benny's Bully's (Mississauga, ON) - Beef Liver Dog Treats  (10g sample - $1 x 2)
NORTHERN Pet Products (Concord, ON) - Northern BARK! Dental Chew (2 x $1.99)
This tough treat is great for doggy teeth and the rice and oat formula is said to be gentle on doggy tummies. 

Etta Says! (USA) - Duck Meat Treats (5.50z, $11.99)
What's Easter without a little duck! These hard chews are grain free and and high in protein.

Earth Rated (Montreal, QC) - Green Leash Dispenser ($7.99)
The March Into box included a roll of poop baggies, so the next logical thing would be a portable poop bag dispenser. I love having a dispenser on my leash because it's the only way I can remember to bring poop bags with me. This dispenser comes pre-loaded with 15 compostable waste bags.

Planet Dog (USA) - Orbee-Tuff Bone (small, $9.66)
This is shaped like a funny bone apparently. It floats, has a minty flavour, is made from non-toxic and recyclable materials, and has a little hole on one end for peanut butter and other treats.

The April Bowzer Box is another great mix of treats, toys, and 'tools'. I like the addition of samples, on top of the 5 full size products. The estimated retail value for these products is over $40! Three of the five products are from Canadian companies, as is the sample product. The dogs in my life loved all the treats (obviously) but weren't very interested in the Tuff Bone. I'm sure if I stuffed the hole on the end with peanut butter they would go nuts.

If you would like to try Bowzer Box, you can save 10% on your first month by using promo code CDNBOX at checkout!

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