Doggie delivery: Subscription and gift boxes for the truly spoiled pet

Amanda T. Lago

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Doggie delivery: Subscription and gift boxes for the truly spoiled pet

BEST FRIENDS. What should you get for your dogs this Christmas?

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After all, your dog is the most important member of the family

Dogs are without a doubt the most important members of any family, and should be at the top of every holiday gift list. Maybe not above your parents, but certainly before any annoying siblings or inaanaks, and at least two notches above your significant other. 

Now, your dog probably can’t tell the difference between a cut-up old milk carton and a shiny new toy, but as their human, it is your official duty to spend a good fraction of your bonus to get them something special for the holidays. And nothing says “special” more than a carefully-curated gift box of products that will please even the most discerning of puppers. 

Get your top-priority Christmas shopping done and check out these subscription and gift boxes for your furry family members:

(Disclaimer: There is a good chance your pet will be more interested in the box than the contents. We are not liable for this.)

Woof Box PH

Make your dog feel like it’s Christmas every month with a subscription of doggie treats and toys chosen especially for your dog. At Woof Box, subscription plans range from P650 to P850 per month, with surprise themes every month.

Barks Joy

Here’s another subscription service that curates monthly goodies for your dog – with a focus on toys that not only make them happy, but train their brains, too. BarksJoy subscription boxes also come with training guides to keep you and your pupper engaged. Subscriptions start at P850/month.

Treatos by Joey

Whether your dog is a sophisticated gourmand who enjoys his treats, or the shark that has nibbled through all your pairs of shoes, this might be the subscription service for them. Every month, your pup will get an assortment of all-natural treats and chews from Treatos by Joey’s menu – from chicken jerky, to pig ears, to rabbit feet and other dehydrated animal parts (mmm). Your pet also gets to taste test any new items in development. Boxes start at P1,000 per month, with discounts for multiple months.

Bark N Bite

If you only want to spoil your dog a little bit with a one-time, big-time gift box, you can check out Bark N Bite’s barkday box (clearly made for birthdays but surely it’ll work for holidays, too). Each box costs P399, and comes with a selection of three treats and a custom message card that you can read aloud to your dog as she stares at you wondering what in the world you’re going on about. 


Give your dog the gift of eco-friendly poops with the Kapoochy Let’s Go! box. For P1,300, you’ll get a reversible bandana, a tortoise-shaped rope toy, and most importantly, three boxes of Kapoochy’s compostable, plant-based poop bags (and a dispenser to go with it). 

Which one will you get for your (very lucky) furbaby? –

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Amanda T. Lago

After avoiding long-term jobs in favor of travelling the world, Amanda finally learned to commit when she joined Rappler in July 2017. As a lifestyle and entertainment reporter, she writes about music, culture, and the occasional showbiz drama. She also hosts Rappler Live Jam, where she sometimes tries her best not to fan-girl on camera.