We love Neoh and Nobo, their basics collection is one of Ember’s favourite treats, you can find our review here and our first impressions here. Following this successful collection comes their limited edition Christmas collection.
Lily’s Kitchen never fails to kill it with their Christmas collection and this year is no different. With their trusty advent calendar and turkey and cranberry treats back again this year along with Christmas gift sets, they are joined by a doggy biscuit tin which is a cool play on Christmas biscuit tins for humans. The star of the show this year, however, is the Gingerbread dog, who can be found in the biscuit tin and there is even a fiction book written staring Lily, Lulu and The Gingerbread Dog, along with a recipe to recreate the Gingerbread Dog.
With the 1st December coming this Friday! Don’t forget to grab your dog an advent calendar here.
Last weekend was Ember’s third birthday and I found her the perfect birthday present, a Wet Nose Dog box. This box is actually a monthly subscription box, but you can also get special one time boxes for special events such as birthdays, Christmas and gotcha days.
All the products included are hand selected which means they are all high quality and even separately packaged, which made opening the box even more fun. There was also a treat for us humans and even a birthday card for Ember.
Signing up for a box is super easy. Simply enter your dog’s name, size, gender and birthday. There is also a box where you can add in any special information, such as dietary requirements and if they are tough chewers. As Ember’s was for her birthday, Sandra from Wet Nose Dog even contacted us to ensure the box was personalised for her birthday.
Top collar are a fortnightly or monthly subscription box which contain a pack of homemade, tasty dog treats. With flavours including bangers and mash, fish pie and full English breakfast, the doggy chef, Sophie hand makes the treats with love and care.
You probably know by now that Ember and I, especially Ember, are a little obsessed with healthy dog treats. We love trying them out and sharing our favourites. Ready to meet a new favourite? Launching 1 May (tomorrow!) Neoh and Nobo, a bakehouse for dogs, have created a range of healthy and tasty dog treats.
I first found Busters Bisquits on Instagram and was intrigued by the natural ingredients Romana uses to bake the treats. Named in memory of her beloved Buster, these treats are hand baked with love and attention in small batches in her kitchen. I was so excited when Romana offered to send Ember a trial pack of their classic treat and their new Vegan biscuits.
Looking for the perfect subscription box for your dog? Look no further than Pet Nature Box. With different options to choose for different sizes of dogs, they also offer the Tough Nut box for dogs who are notorious toy destroyers and the Double Trouble box if you have more then one dog.
These boxes contain only the most natural treats and ethically made toys. Their prices start from just £19.99 a month and each box contains 5-6 items every month.
Ember receives the My Dad’s Bigger than your Dad box, here’s what she got in her December box.
I first found out about Beast and Babe on an Instagram stalk last summer and I’ve been obsessed ever since. They create beautiful one of a kind artisan dog collars and leads, check out their website to see their full range, I guarantee you will find something perfect for you. Beast and Babe’s founder Kelsie and her adorable muse Yogi created this amazing company to celebrate the magic between beasts and babes as a way to show their unique relationship “modern, wild, and full of good vibes.”
Not only do they create amazing dog goods, they also give back. 10% from each purchase goes to their partnering charity Peace Animals which helps to spay and neater abandoned dogs.
In an attempt to stop Ember acting like a kid on smarties, the vet’s words not ours, we decided to change Ember from puppy food to a fully fledged adult diet. I hadn’t heard a lot about Guru, but I had seen a bit of hype on social media so I was interested to try it out, the team at Guru were more than happy to send a sample which, went down a treat.