Pooch Party Packs is a brand new monthly subscription box for dogs. I don’t have a pooch of my own, so this is for my mother-in-law’s puggle, Lucy. (Lucky dog!)
Pooch Party Packs was founded by a pair of Army veterans (husband & wife) whose mission is to bring comfort and familiarity (and a party!) to dogs everywhere. They’re passionate about helping small businesses grow and make it a point to include products from both well known brands, as well as smaller entrepreneurs across the US. All of the products are hand-selected by pet experts and are guaranteed to be of the highest quality.
Each Pooch Party Packs box comes with at least 4 products — ranging from treats to toys to grooming supplies. You simply choose the box option that corresponds to your dog’s size (small, medium, or large), pick a plan, and wait for the party. Monthly subscriptions are $34.99 (
plus $4.99 shipping includes shipping!), or less with multi-month commitments.
Let’s see what’s in April’s Pooch Party Packs box!
The box featured cute illustrations of dogs who definitely know how to par-tay!
April’s theme was “A Day at Sea”. I’m not quite sure how the items really tied into that theme, but we’ll just go with it… 😉
JW Pet Company Darwin the Frog (Medium) ($7.02) – Darwin the Frog is a cute squeak toy made with all natural rubber. He’s certified non-toxic and infused with real vanilla extract. Judging by all the positive reviews on Amazon, he’s one sturdy little froggy.
Indigo Smokehouse Strips ($6.92) – These are premium cuts of 100% USA grown pork. They’re vacuum sealed for freshness and contain 100% natural ingredients — no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives.
Kong Critter Pillow – Seal ($15) – When I gave my MIL this box she was impressed to see a Kong toy included. Lucy is super destructive and these toys tend to be really durable — even in the hands (paws) of a crazy-hyper puggle.
DogHouse Biscuits Little Bitty Cheese Bones ($7) – These little cheese-flavored biscuits are handcrafted in Missoula, Montana. They’re made with all natural ingredients including whole wheat flour and cheddar cheese.
The paper squiggles on the bottom of the box formed red, white, and blue “stripes”. Obviously I thought it was photo-worthy. 😉
If were a dog, I’d definitely be down with April’s Pooch Party Packs box. Can’t go wrong with fun toys and tasty treats. Value-wise, the total of all items (using Amazon prices) came to about $36, which is right around the cost of the box. I think the best bet would be to sign up for a multi-month subscription to really get your money’s worth. That said, they do send quality products and I like that they feature at least one small business in each month’s box.Browse more Pet Boxes in my Subscription Box Directory
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.