Review: Rescue Box

Not too long ago Coupaw shared a Rescue Box offer, $5 for one month including shipping. Definitely a good deal plus I like the fact that they contribute/work with Greater Good to help provide food and vaccinations for animals in shelters.

Each box includes a rescue story made possible by box purchases:

Definitely a holiday theme here:

The back of the impact card lists the items included in the box, a short description, and value; total for this month is $46.95.  It’s a nice selection of goodies:

A: Winter Snowflake Treats by Fruitables
B: ‘I Ate Santa’s Cookies’ Santa Hat by Outward Hound
C: Holiday Z-Stitch Santa by Zippy Paws
D: Gingerbread Man by Grriggles
E: Paw Tree Pin by The Animal Rescue Site


Rescue Boxes are $29.95 regardless of subscription length. There are three dog sizes available as well as a cat option and shipping is free in the continental US.

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Categories: dogs, reviews, toys | Tags: , , , | 3 Comments

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3 thoughts on “Review: Rescue Box

  1. 🙂 I always found thatI enjoyed opening the box and distributing the goodies as much as the dogs liked receiving them! The rescue angle is nice, and the quality of the treats and toys is high. I’m going to order one for the holidays! Happy Thanksgiving!

    • It’s definitely fun and nice to get things I normally wouldn’t buy. I did Bark Box when they first started but at that time the quality of toys wasn’t that great, everything would be destroyed in minutes. I’ve heard good things about Bullymake for heavy duty chewers but they start at $31/month.

  2. Pingback: Product Review: Grriggles Scented Gingerbread Man | Queen of a Full House

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