Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Be Pawsitive Treat Box Product Review

One of the many awesome things about BlogPaws was having the opportunity to meet people like the Be Pawsitive guy.  The Be Pawsitive guy just started this great new company called Be Pawsitive that offers subscription treat boxes.  For every box they sell, they send a box of treats to an animal shelter or rescue organization.  Isn't that awesome?  

The Be Pawsitive guy offered to send me a Be Pawsitive treat box free of charge to try out and review.  Naturally I said SURE, twist my paw!

Just take the photo so I can have a treat

That's it, I want a treat NOW

Um, I could use some assistance here

Momma helped me open the treat box today, and she let me try some of the Be Pawsitive treats.  They were YUMMY!  She gave me one and I gobbled it up, then she gave me another and I gobbled that one up too.  I don't know if it's because they are made with all organic ingredients, or because they're made in small batches - whatever the reason, I found the Be Pawsitive treats to be particularly yummy.  True, labs aren't known for their discerning palates, but when I really like something, I eat it with more gusto than usual, and that's how I ate the Be Pawsitive treats.

Each Be Pawsitive box contains a one month supply of treats (about 55 biscuits) and fun doggie goodies or a gift card or discount code.  You get a different flavor of treats each month.  This month's flavor is "The Original" and the treat box included a $25 gift card to Rover.com.  I don't know what the other flavors are like, but "The Original" is yummylicious.

Not thrilled about mom taking photos
when there are treats to be tried

On top of that, Be Pawsitive treats are certified organic and made in the United States.  The ingredients are all natural and all organic.  For example, "The Original" treat ingredients are:
Organic whole-wheat flour, Organic canola oil, Organic wheat bran, Organic extra virgin olive oil, Organic non fat dry milk, Organic honey, Organic rosemary, Organic garlic, Organic rosemary oil.  

You can order Be Pawsitive treat boxes for one month, three months, or six months.  What a great gift idea for that special pup in your life!  Not only do they get yummy treats for themselves, but a box of treats is also sent to a shelter or rescue for every box that is purchased.

Be Pawsitive gets my highest rating in all four categories:

Overall yumminess - four paws
Healthy ingredients - four paws
Giving back - four paws
Environmental responsibility - four paws

What's a treat doing on my paw?

Okay, can I eat them now? Pleeeeese.

Nom nom nom
I love doing product reviews


  1. Wow I can almost taste them here. Thanks Garth for sharing your find.

    Loveys Sasha

  2. They sound like terrific treats Garth :) You sure are an excellent dog treat tester!

  3. Looks great Garth and glad you enjoyed your box. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

  4. What a pawsome treat box! We're gonna check out their site. If it's good enough for you, then it's good enough for us :)

    Thanks for the great review.

    Lily Belle & Muffin

  5. Be Pawsitive sounds like a great company and you sure look like you're loving those treats Garth

  6. That looks like a great treat box!!

    The Florida Furkids

  7. You are one lucky boy! Those treats look yummy!

  8. Garth, how can you stand to balance those yummy looking treats on your paws?!? OMD! Be Pawsitive sounds like a great company! We're gonna have to go over there and sniff out some treats!
    *high paws*

  9. Wowsa! Those look DELISH Garth!! I loves that you can order on various schedules...not all 'boxes' allow that! Very cool.
    Great review!!

  10. I saw this at BlogPaws and was intrigued. No one was at the booth when I went by. I was intrigued but didn't quite understand if the box only contained 1 bag of treats or if it was like more traditional dog goody boxes that included toys and other stuff. They are a young company, and donating a whole bag of treats to a shelter is very generous, but I would like to see them include some other goodies in the box to really be competitive (comparable to the other boxes out there). They could include extras in the box you get but still donate only the treat package to the shelter. Love their idea and mission though!

  11. I am pawsitive that I want some of those treats, Garth! And I love getting special mail...I hope mom is paying attention ;)

  12. Great review Garth! I will have to check them out for Tater. I love that they donate treats to shelter animals too!

  13. That's great review Garth,I just popped over from just so squeeable after seeing you on there,hehehe I like reats and making a mess too!xx Speedy