The Naked Dog Box

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Hi everyone!

I am back today to do a review on The Naked Dog Box! The Naked Dog Box is a subscription service that delivers dog food right to your door every two weeks.

The Naked Dog Box

What is nice about this kibble, is that it is free from: grain, gluten, soy, potatoes and corn.

Maximus received the salmon and chickpea formula, but there are other flavors available as well.

You can purchase a subscription for your puppy, adult dog or even your senior dog. You can also customize your dog’s subscription based on their weight, health and fitness level.

For a dog Max’s size (11-20 lbs) a subscription is about $20 every two weeks. In each box, you get a customized formula for your dog, a stainless steel scoop, and a surprise toy or treat. Max received a bag of Cloud Star treats and he loves them! There is also an option to choose an add-on that will also come in your box. The add-ons can vary from toys, salmon oil, treats and even poop bags for your pup!

When I received the box I was pleasantly surprised that the two-week bag was the equivalent of the bag of kibble we buy that usually lasts about a month.

If you would like to give Naked Dog Box a try, you can get $10 off your first box (any size) using the code thefaithtofollow10

All-in-all Max and I think this dog food is an excellent option for those pet parents who love premium dog kibble! 🙂

Dog Valentines + Free Printable

Happy Monday everyone!

Since Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, I thought it would be fun to make an easy valentine you can give your dog, your neighbor’s dog or whomever!

I got inspiration for these from Sarah over at Whimsey & Hope. Hers are adorable, so be sure to go check them out!

The valentines I made include five different designs and sayings:
“I woof you”
“Best friends furever”
“Love is a fur letter word”
“Be mine furry valentine”
“I pawsitively adore you”

For these valentines you will need the following:

• Cardstock
• Scissors or X-acto knife
• Snack stick or treat of your choice

You can download and print the valentines here: Dog Valentines
The printable is formatted for a 8.5″ x 11″ sheet of paper.

I highly recommend that you use heavy paper for this project. Regular computer paper will probably tear and will not hold the treats in place.
Also, depending on the diameter of your treat, you may have to cut a little more than what is shown in the pdf. (the two vertical lines on the valentine)

Have fun, and please share pictures if you give your favorite pups these valentines! 🙂