Woof Woof finds dog-friendly wrapping paper

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It’s one thing to get your friends or family with dogs gifts for the holidays or other occasions. It’s even better if you can give it to them wrapped up in a way that the dog can remove on their own.

Woof Woof has two “sisters.” His sisters are puppies that starting going to the park at the same time he did. Of course they needed presents for the holidays. Woof Woof definitely preferred ones they could share. So we bought his sisters Soupy and Soula leopard print tennis balls. They were packaged in small paper bags and tied by twine with paper name tags attached.

Soula’s dog parent handed her the present in the bag. Soula tore open the bag with her teeth m, and the ball popped up for her and Woof Woof to play with. They chased each other and the ball. Woof Woof always likes to catch it and then tease the other dog by showing off that he has the ball so he can play chase. Soula is very talented and has learned to throw the ball in the air by standing, releasing the ball upward and then hitting the ball into the air with her nose.

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Woof Woof, a 6-month mini schnauzer, is our official travel blogger. He travels the world reviewing hotels, restaurants and his experiences. Check out his columns every Wednesday. The column is co-written by his dog parent, travel writer Reyna Gobel. Her travel articles have published in Costco Connection, Southwest Spirit, American Way, and Hemispheres.

Woof Woof gets his first Bark Box

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 I honestly debated whether the $25 per month for toys and treats would be worth it, but it was $5 for the first month. Since that’s less than I normally spend on treats, I thought ‘Why not?’

When I saw Woof Woof’s reaction when I opened the box, I knew I made a good decision. The stuffed toy was a large turkey with a strange squeaking sound that sounds like a whoopie cushion. I think it’s supposed to be a turkey gobble. I would mind the noise, but Woof Woof doesn’t seem to want to squeak it. He just runs back and forth with the toy in his mouth. The Thanksgiving theme continued with the other toy, an apron rope toy with toy squeakers that says “Lick the Chef.” He chewed it for a moment and then went back to the turkey.

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He definitely liked the turkey pumpkin treats. It only took one sniff before he reached for it. He hasn’t tried the other treats yet and I don’t know how I feel about the pig’s ear.

We will definitely get it again. It was a great selection, a nice surprise for Woof Woof and worth the money. It would have been a few dollars less per month if I had bought him the box for a 0 to 20 pound dog, but he’s 18 pounds. It’s a good idea to go one box size up if your dog is at the top end of the weight range.

FYI: He got the box three hours ago and is still continuously playing with his turkey toy. To get your first Bark Box free, follow this link.

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Woof Woof Travels
Woof Woof, a 6-month mini schnauzer, is our official travel blogger. He travels the world reviewing hotels, restaurants and his experiences. Check out his columns every Wednesday. The column is co-written by his dog parent, travel writer Reyna Gobel. Her travel articles have published in Costco Connection, Southwest Spirit, American Way, and Hemispheres.