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

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What is it? Bowzer Box 
How Much? $29/month CDN, plus $4.50 shipping per box. Save on 3 & 6 month subscriptions. 
What's in it? 5-6 items such as dog treats, toys, and accessories

Bowzer Box is a Canadian based subscription box for dogs. Bowzer Box caters to all dogs - small, medium, or large. Subscriptions start at $29 per month. You can save by pre-paying for a 3 or 6 month subscription. Shipping is an additional $4.50 per box. Bowzer Box includes a variety of handpicked items including toys, treats, samples, and coupons from various brands. Every box is unique and each one will highlight a Canadian product. Bowzer Box also donates a portion of proceeds to animal related charities.

I love the themes Bowzer Box comes up with. Their fun packing paper always makes me smile. December's box is Happy "Paw"lidays and includes lots of great holiday themed treats your pooch will love! This box is aimed at a small dog. 

Product Card

Every plush toy is lined with super durable Tuffut Technology. All details are embroidered for safety. Specially developed, heavy duty thread and up to 65% more stitches per inch form a right seal.
I could only find these online wholesale or in a 3-piece set. The price estimate is based on the retail 3-pc set pricing (linked)

Bowzer's Own Bandana (~$5)
Just for the festive season we created this stylish bandana to help your pup stand out among the Christmas sweaters.
This is the first time Bowzer has included a bandana, and a festive one at that! The dogs in my life don't wear bandanas so this will be gifted.

Amelia Biscuits are made from hand selected, all natural, human grade ingredients, and fresh from the farm Canadian fruit and vegetables. 
These cookies are lobster & maple flavour and they made from spelt flour. The label says wheat-free, but spelt is a form of wheat, so that is kind of misleading. 


These small biz are a great training bit…easy to carry and to break…and dogs love 'em. They’re baked dry and crunchy and handcrafted from all natural ingredients. They’re also wheat, gluten, and preservative free.
The only ingredients in these treats is beef liver, brown rice flour, and olive oil. 

 
A true first of its kind – Fruitables deliciously festive dog treats made with real snowflakes. Each Fruitables Vanilla Snowflake package includes 300 perfectly unique snowflakes sustainably harvested from the mountains in Crested Butte, Colorado and then combined in a pumpkin granola & yogurt combination that smells and tastes like 9 Calories from heaven. 

The December holiday themed Bowzer Box included five products, plus a bonus sample. I couldn't find a few of the items listed online, but my estimated retail value of this box is about $34. It's a fun box filled with quality treats that are perfect for stocking stuffers. Brynn loved her new squeek toy and got right to work trying to rip him apart.

If you are interested in trying Bowzer Box, you can save 10% off your first month's box. Just enter promo code CDNBOX at checkout and 10% will be deducted from your total.  Click here to check out Bowzer Box.

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