What we got in our Wimbledon themed WufWuf dog subscription box

It’s Wimbledon season and instead of buying yet another pack of tennis balls for your dog to de-fluff- or even a giant tennis ball – you need to get this month’s WufWuf subscription box for all your racket sport-themed fun. 

Subscription boxes for pets are a really fun way to discover new treats and toys without having to trawl the internet yourself, and it means your pets have a monthly rotation of toys keeping play time even more exciting. 

In previous WufWuf boxes, we’ve had guitar shaped plush toys that have actually lasted weeks without total destruction, as well as treats and chews that change each month.

The London-based business was launched by a team of dog owners who know how difficult it is to keep pets entertained. WufWuf said: “The trouble is the time and effort it takes to research – and then go find – toys and chews that are safe and healthy… Not to mention the strain it puts on our wallets, especially if your dog is particularly ‘enthusiastic’ about toys.

“We decided we needed an easier way to keep our dogs happy. WufWuf was founded not only to make it effortless for you to provide the best products for your dog, but also to make it easier to afford. This makes it simpler than ever to provide consistent stimulation to your furry family member – resulting in a healthier happier dog.”

WufWuf gives you the opportunity to select the size of your dog so that they can send suitable treats and toys, and asks for details about your pet such as their name, age and preferences so that your box can be tailored to your pet. When you place an order for one of their £22.90 boxes, you immediately get their most recent box shipped, and any future boxes will be a total surprise when they arrive. Which means if you order between now and July 7th, you’ll get the contents I’m about to show you. 

Each box contains five or more items, and in this month’s WufWuf box, I received three toys and three treats. The first treat was a veggie carrot, and I know Phoebe and Frank love these as they previously had the Ancol frogs and they’re pretty long lasting and do a good job at cleaning their teeth when they chew.

There were also some WufWuf branded lamb treats, ideal for stocking up the treat tin with and some Doggie Dippers, which were the canine equivalent to a Dairylea Dunker. The snack pot features cranberry flavoured peanut butter with bone shaped biscuits that make the perfect snack for watching the tournament.

The tennis themed toys in this box are totally adorable, and your pet can pretend that they’ve won Wimbledon with their very own squeaky medal. Then there’s the cutest fluffy plush tennis ball with a face that looks a little Adventure Time inspired, as well as a racket with a bendy handle and squeakers in the body so that when you throw the plush ball at it, it squeaks. 

While I can’t imagine Phoebe or Frank winning any Grand Slams any time soon, they were very good sports and loved playing with the WufWuf toys, shared the treats nicely, and had an all round good time soaking up the Wimbledon atmosphere from home.

You can order your very own WufWuf box for £22.90 here.

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