This week we needed something to cheer us up in lockdown and so we order Blake his ‘Pup of Tea’ from Millies Pet Services — recommended by his Aunty Suzie. If you wondering what a ‘Pup of Tea’ actually is, it’s a special poochie box of indulgence, full of home baked and carefull selected goodies for your dog.
Millies pet services deliver nationally — it’s couriered by Hermes so it’s all over the UK and not just Scotland. The cost of one ‘pup of tea’ is £10 plus £3.50 for delivery for the basic package. The basic package contains what Blake had (below). You can also pay extra for add ons like the Frozzys (frozen dog yoghurts) if you live locally or the ‘Pawsecco’ freeze pop which can be frozen when it arrives.
Blake is loving his Pup of Tea! Here he is opening the box to find his tasty treats inside…..
- Dog cookie Trio of iced Woofins
- Doggy Popcorn
- Toothbrush dental chew from Whimsees
- Grain-Free Banana, Apple & Blueberry Biscuit Bones
- Dog sausages (Black Pudding & Beef)
- Tasty treats
- Rùn: Chicken and Sweet Potato Cold Pressed Dog Food
Blakey boy really loved everything in his pup of tea and we were please to see natural ingredients and grain free products. But what he loved most of all was the liver biscuit. I couldn’t really get it off him and so he had the whole thing all at once! No surprise there because we already know how much he likes liver cake for dogs. He’s very interested in the sausage so we might cut it into small bits and use that for recall as a high level treat for him.
A Pup of tea will be a wonderful treat for your pooch and make a great birthday gift, lockdown luxury or just general treats for your prince or princess pooch! If you would like to get a ‘Pup of Tea’ for your dog you can buy one here.
Originally published at https://patterdaleterriers.co.uk on May 22, 2020.