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Dog Treat Boxes – The New Big Thing

Boxes of dogs treats are the new big thing in the canine world, but what exactly are they and how have they become so popular so quickly!?

Fundamentally there are two main types of dog treat boxes available online in the UK.

The first is a pre-defined collection of products that you can buy whenever you want with full knowledge of contents. This means you can see exactly what products your dog is getting and decide exactly when these products arrive, perfect for dog birthdays or for a special treat for dogs left in kennels or after a trip to the vets. This type is the most simple and requires no sign-up or commitment to set up.

The second type is a monthly subscription box, which is great for those who just want treats and toys every month regardless of occasion or timing. With these dog treat boxes subscribers sign up to a monthly fee, like Netflix, and receive a different collection of dog products each month on the same day.

At the time of writing, Postman Pooch sells only those boxes which can be viewed prior to purchase and require no commitment going forward, so let’s take a closer look at these.

Our luxury dog treat boxes can be split into three main groups:

Dog Treat Boxes

Our luxury dog treats include dog-tested products from the best UK brands, including Danish Design, Billy & Margot, Beco Pets and Mille & Ruby. Some of the most popular treats are dog beer, doggie popcorn and the all-important dog doughnut! Dog toys include hand-stitched plush toys, squeaky cows and classic throw and fetch designs.

Treat boxes are perfect for dogs who have been left in kennels or with friends/relatives while its owners are on holiday, equally they are great as a treat for dogs who have been ill or who have had to spend time at the vets. However we find that most of our customers buy a treat box for no special occasion at all, they buy them just because they love to spoil their best friend!

Dog Birthday Treat Box

This is fast becoming the go-to way for dog owners to spoil their pup on birthdays. The Postman Pooch dog birthday collections are personalised and include everything you need to make the day special. Rather than scouring the high-street looking for treats the next generation of savvy shoppers are going online and letting the experts do the hard work for them. A few clicks and dog parents can find a collection of products that have been carefully selected and tested and best of all delivered for free to their door.

A dog birthday box typically contains a handwritten birthday card, a dog birthday cake, champagne, doggie beer and much more. Its little surprise that owners are now more likely than ever to celebrate a dogs birthday and Postman Pooch provide the perfect luxury treats to make the occasion extra special.

Seasonal Dog Treat Boxes

The final type of dog treat boxes currently available on the Postman Pooch website are those that celebrate a specific season or event. The easiest example of these is our famous Christmas dog treat box, which is the perfect way to get festive and ensure that your dog gets the presents they deserve! Our Christmas box includes Christmas crackers, festive toys, Christmas dinner flavour treats (so they can join in n the big feed) and loads more.

Other seasonal treat boxes include celebrations such as Easter, Bonfire night and Halloween.

In summary dog treat boxes are an extremely popular and exciting way to get great value on luxury dog treats and toys, which have been carefully selected and tested in-house. They ensure that dog owners can easily select products, which are safe, high quality and most importantly loved by dogs around the country.

So that’s a quick run through of the types of dog treat boxes currently available in the UK and hopefully, it gives you some understanding of what this new term is that seems to be sweeping through the dog world at a rate of knots. Have a look through our range of boxes to find out more and remember that £1 from every box sold goes to local and national dog charities to help down on their luck pups.