Animaltalk partners with Lucky Dog

Animaltalk magazine partners with Lucky Dog Monthly Subscription Service and Online Store #AnimaltalkNews

Lucky Dog is an online store and monthly subscription service delivering doggy treats and toys to your door step. 5% of all gift box subscription fees are donated to worthy animal causes and store orders over R500 are shipped for free.

“Lucky dog…changing the way humans shop for their pets, one box at a time

Lucky Dog Box: What to expect

Lucky Dog only provides treats and toys from trusted, reliable vendors who use the best quality ingredients. Each Lucky Dog Box will contain 5-7 items customised for your canine, including:

Healthy treats | Super fun dog toys | Health products | Grooming or care products

Shoppers also have the option to buy a personalized gift box – YOU choose what goes inside!

Lucky Dog is so much more than JUST a subscription service for pets:

  • We are an interactive online community that pet owners turn to time and again for advice and tips on caring for their beloved furr kids.
  • We are an online store where customers can buy pet products at great prices without leaving the comfort of their own home.
  • We are a service provider that delivers pet products directly into the paws of canines countrywide.

Other features include exciting giveaways and the option to a sign up for the Lucky Dog newsletter.

luckydog-logoFor more information:

Contact person: Michelle Bosch
Contact number: 071 335 5902


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