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Best in show Review






We all love to spoil our pets, they do so much for us and me in particular the girls help me with my anxiety and stress levels. So every now and again I like to treat them to show them my appreciation. 

This is where Best in Show comes in, a company that specialise in luxury pet products and gifts.
They were kind enough to send us a little hamper for the girls to try out.


The girls were sent the Doy Toy Box gift set, priced at £19.99 the gift set contains a bottle of Woof Dog Beer,  which is non-alcoholic. A wheat free peanut butter cupcake, a pack of Duck Whirl treats and a Grin 'n' Tear it Ball. All packaged in a lovely dark wooden crate
As well as the gift box, we were also sent an extra Grin 'n' Tear bone and for me, a Top Dog mug to relax and enjoy a cuppa in whilst the girls test out their new toys.




 Honey has been putting the Grin 'n' Tear it ball and bone through its paces and after about a week she has managed to put a slight dent into the bone. It's now frayed but this makes her love it even more as we can play tug of war with it and she can easily throw it about.  I'm very surprised it's actually lasted this long as she can go through a toy in a day!



The ball is still fully intact and a fun toy the girls both like to play with. It's easy to pick up and hold so even the littlest member of the pack can enjoy playing with it! 





When Honey is all worn out and out for the count it's time for Daisy to relax and enjoy the peace and quiet!  For this she has a range of yummy treats, the Duck whirls are a definite hit. I've had to put them up out the way as Daisy would devour the whole packet if given half the chance. They are small little circular duck flavoured treats,  pretty much a yes for any food loving dog!

We all enjoy a glass of wine or a beer after a long hard day and Daisy has joined the club. Woof beer is a non-alcoholic beef flavoured dog beer.  At first, Daisy wasn't too sure but once she realised it was something she could drink she seemed to really enjoy it.
I think it's a very fun and novelty gift, we are actually attending a puppy party next month for our friend's puppy so I may have to order a couple of these for the birthday pup!





Last but not least for the dog products is the peanut butter cupcake. 
I've always wanted to have a go at making delicious, sweet treats for my dogs and when I saw this I really wanted to see if it was something the girls would like.  

I let Disy have a go first, I knew she would savour it whereas Honey would pretty much inhale it and swallow it whole.  So Daisy was up first for the taste test and again another hit Daisy is very fussy with food especially now she's 7. 
Both of the girls really liked their treats, however, I would be careful to only feed these as occasional treats as I think it would possibly be too rich especially with Honey and still being a puppy. 



For me, I was able to enjoy a lovely hot chocolate in my 'Top Dog' mug. I'm a very fussy person when it comes to mugs, for one it has to look nice and secondly it has to feel nice. Please tell me I'm not the only person that feels this way about mugs?

This mug ticked both of my boxes though  I love the subtle bone design with the 'Top Dog' slogan and it's extremely comfortable to hold and drink from.  I also think it should get extra brownie points as it's such an instagrammable mug, it's kinda like a blogging thing that you have a light box, flowers and of course a plain white mug of some description.


If you are a dog-friendly family looking to pamper your beloved pooches or someone looking to buy for that Dog owner in your life then I would highly suggest Best in Show.
With an array of luxury gifts to choose from at very reasonable prices, you won't be disappointed.


Let me know in the comments what you love to buy for your pets. 




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