Dog Hamper Review: Is It Worth the Money?

Twas the night before Christmas (well, not quite) and all was quiet at the home of K9 Magazine's trio of reviewers, Mia, Christopher and Danny. It wouldn't remain quiet for long as Santa Paws was on his way with a dog hamper in tow (courtesy of

Mia, Christopher and Danny are lucky souls who get to try the latest pet products on the market but they always love a hamper or parcel box with lots included because there will always be something to please each. The hamper we received is available all year round (pictured below) but tailored for Christmas at the moment. So, did the hamper (priced at £44.99) live up to expectations?

Who are

They are the leading online gift shop specialising in personalised gifts and cards that come with a smile. You'll find things you didn't expect to find and present ideas you wouldn't expect to find anywhere else, which you can personalise for your friend or family member making it unique.

What was included in the Christmas hamper for dogs?

Our hamper included four packs of treats, all designed to be a little different and each with a different flavour, a rope toy (which even Mia was interested in and at almost 10 years old that says something!), a roast turkey flavoured pupcake and a mug for the owner, all wrapped in a bone shaped wicker basket which is sure to come in handy!

After opening the pet branded dog box (a lovely touch), Danny and Mia were first to investigate...

Shortly followed by Christopher...

Mia then took charge of the 'why isn't it open? when will it be open? open it now!' brigade...

Once opened, all dived in for a good sniff choosing their favourite treats from the selection included...

This hamper was definitely Mia's cup of tea!

It seems Mia, Danny and Christopher have been good pups this year!

A huge thanks to for sending the hamper for our trio to review. Find out more here:



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