On Saturday, The Burns Bungalow received something totally awesome,
A Rescue Box.
Now normally I’m not a subscription box kind of person, I’m just not really that into them.
But when a partnership with Rescue Box came about, I figured why not?
It’s not like my dogs don’t eat literally everything, so they are bound to enjoy every part of this.
Lets talk about Rescue Box as a company.
Rescue Box is a win-win kind of deal.
You sign up for a monthly subscription, you and your fur child receive a box full of all different kinds of goodies, and Rescue Box gives back to animals who need it the most.
Five Pounds of food and two vaccines every month you’re subscribed to be exact.
It actually comes with stuff your dog will enjoy.
Our Spring Fling Box included items like a caterpillar full of squeakers, a stuffed bee, and best of all a Beef Trachea.
Beef Trachea’s are known for helping with dog’s joints, and since Knox has hip dysplasia, these are awesome for her to chew on. Plus you know, she loves them.
It’s pretty cheap.
Each month is only $29.95.
When you have a large dog, toys don’t last long around here.
The ones that do are expensive, and to be honest my dogs don’t really like them.
You end up spending $15 on ONE toy, and then they don’t even want to play with it.
So for me at least $29.95 isn’t too bad when you receive 5 different items that you know they love.
I’ve linked the picture below right to Rescue Box, so that you can get an awesome subscription just like we have at The Burns Bungalow.