Teruffic Box July 2016

Teruffic Box is a monthly box for dogs that sends out toys, treats, and bones.  They do give a portion of their proceeds to no-kill shelters, which is nice.  They have seven box options to choose from, ranging from Puppy, Heavy Chewer, Toy, or Multipup.  They start at $27.00 and go up to $33.00.  Shipping to Canada is $5.00 a box.  Once you pick a box you get to choose from 5 dog sizes as well.  You then get 3 treat type options, birthday options, and then you choose your plan length.  I picked up a 6-month plan off Groupon so while I hadn’t been planning on getting the dogs another box at this point, it was worth it.  They are going through some site changes right now but if you sign up everything should be fine.

20160722_152945 20160722_152955

This box always gives me a bit of a hassle in that they ship via FedEx and I have yet to be home when they show up.  They then call you every day until you pick it up.  The box looks like it has some fun toys right on the top.  Archie is always in need of those.

20160722_153005 20160722_153015

Jolly Tug Crab and Turtle

Archie doesn’t do tug of wars but he does like toys that he can cuddle with .  The center ball of these are squeakers so that is even better for him.  He’s been chewing on these for a couple of days now and they haven’t lost any limbs or parts so they are durable too.

20160722_153022 20160722_153028

Fruitables Natural Dog Treats in Pumpkin & Blueberry and Pumpkin & Banana

These are a low calorie dog treat.  They are natural (the name gave it away), and wheat, corn, soy, artificial colour and preservative free.  They are a hard treats and my only issue is that I selected a large dog box and these are fairly small treats.  I guess that is what makes them low calorie.

20160722_153036

Greenies Dog Chew

These are a treat we’ve had before and Archie loves them.  I like that they are better then plain rawhide chews for him.  He tends to not have “issues” with these ones like he can get with some bones.

This box is still working out for us. The toys are made for the large dog and he hasn’t been able to destroy them.  The treats this month are a bit small but the stuff that is not in them, makes up for that.  You can really tell that they put effort into making this box just for you.  I’ve had to contact them twice, just to minor billing questions and both times the online chat got me set up in just a few minutes.  They are a new company and I think they will only get better.

Teruffic Box June 2016

Teruffic Box is a monthly box for dogs that sends out toys, treats, and bones.  They do give a portion of their proceeds to no-kill shelters, which is nice.  They have seven box options to choose from, ranging from Puppy, Heavy Chewer, Toy, or Multipup.  They start at $27.00 and go up to $33.00.  Shipping to Canada is $5.00 a box.  Once you pick a box you get to choose from 5 dog sizes as well.  You then get 3 treat type options, birthday options, and then you choose your plan length.  I picked up a 6-month plan off Groupon so while I hadn’t been planning on getting the dogs another box at this point, it was worth it.  They are going through some site changes right now but if you sign up everything should be fine.

20160624_174840 20160624_174849

This box was shipped via FedEx and my box was opened by Customs.  I cannot imagine why but it makes it only the second box I’ve ever received to have that privilege.  They packed everything in cute paw print tissue.  I could see lots of fun things inside and Archie was very interested to see what this was.  There was not an info card with this one.

20160624_174858 20160624_174904

First out of the box was this card with a dog tag on it. It has a number on it that someone can call if they find your dog and then they will call you.  This is valid for as long as you have a subscription with them.

20160624_174929

Kong Dinosaur Squeaker x 2

These are great for Archie because they have no stuffing in them.  He still wants to eat them but since there is nothing to pull out he just loves on them.  He sucks on a part of them and can happily pass a while comforting himself that way.  They have two squeakers each in them but not the small ones that are in most toys.

20160624_174946

DogsWell Happy Hips Lamb Strips

These wellness treats are made with lamb.  They have no grains, gluten, corn, wheat, soy, artificial flavours, colours, or preservatives.  They do have glucosamine and chondroitin to help with hips and joints.  So far we’ve been lucky enough to not have any issues with Archie’s joints but he is a large dog of a breed that can have problems so if these can be tasty and give him a bit of good stuff that’s okay.

20160624_174954

Rawhide Bone

Archie loves these but since they go through him rather quickly he only gets them once in awhile.  This will last about 2 minutes and he will be stoked.

So far this box looks like it will be great.  The toys are made for the large dog and he hasn’t been able to destroy them.  The treats are appropriately sized, whuch hasn’t always been the case with other dog boxes.  You can really tell that they put effort into making this box just for you.  I’ve had to contact them twice, just to minor billing questions and both times the online chat got me set up in just a few minutes.  They are a new company and I think they will only get better.