product review


Pooch Paw Box: January 2016 Unboxing and Review

You may remember Pooch Paw Box from our post about dog subscription boxes. I mentioned that it costs $20-25 a box, that all treats are made in the USA, and that Pooch Paw Ma hand-picks the contents of every box. 

Pooch Paw Ma (Tina Hannaford) herself saw the post, and offered to send Henry a box to try! I eagerly accepted: the personal nature of the service and the fact that every item (not just treats!) in the box is made in the United States really appealed to me. We recently received our box, and I am so excited to show you what was inside!

The Tricky Treat Ball By Omega Paw

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If you were to ask me what the single best item I’ve ever purchased for Henry is, I would probably say the Omega Paw Tricky Treat Ball.

The first several months after his adoption, Henry suffered through heartworm treatment and was not allowed to exercise beyond short walks. Because I couldn’t tire out my year-old terrier physically, I had to tire him out mentally. A trainer recommended the Omega Paw Tricky Treat Ball and the rest is history. 

Keep reading to learn why I love the Tricky Treat Ball to help with mental stimulation, slowing Down Mealtime, and separation anxiety!