Wufwuf Monthly Dog Treat Box

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While looking up dog treats, I found you can sign up for a monthly subscription for a Wufwuf treat box. How cool is that? I have heard of monthly subscriptions for gourmet food boxes and beauty boxes but one for dogs? How does it work? Read on to find out more.

The Low Down

It’s easy to sign up. Firstly, you tell them a little about your dog such as name, size and any dietary preferences. Delivery is free and the parcel of treats arrives at your door. You can expect to find dog treats, chews, toys and accessories arriving on your doorstep in no time at all. Wufwuf state that the value of each box is over £40 so you are getting a great deal as the monthly cost is only £18.90 for a standard box or if your dog is a chewer you can upgrade to a £22.90 monthly power chewer box. All products are carefully researched to ensure that the box contents are completely safe and healthy for your pet.

For the first box, you know what you will get as they have images on their site but subsequently, it will be a surprise. What’s impressive is that if your dog doesn’t like one of the toys and it is untouched, send them an email and you will get a replacement toy in your next box. They have a comprehensive FAQ section on the website which should answer any other questions. Cancelling seems pretty easy as you just log into their site to mange your subscription.

Nana Knows Verdict

I was trying to weigh up whether this was expensive but then I added up what I spend on my shopping bill on dog treats and toys. It is actually works outs about the same. I do like the idea of different a different themed Wufwuf monthly dog treat box arriving. No chance of Ruby getting bored (nor her owner unpacking it)! I also like that you can cancel your subscription so I have control of my spending. Reviews from TrustPilot are good but there aren’t many reviews at the moment. Time will tell if this company will be successful but it’s a great idea. Give it a try!

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