This summer holiday, I would like to share these two wonderful dog-inspired products from Kikkerland with you! I have received a Road Trip kit and a Beach Day kit for review. We will be going away for a short weekend trip so they came just in time for our summer break with Mabel! Now let’s check out these two pawsome adventure goodies!
Road Trip Kit RRP £13
Are you hitting the road with your puppy soon? This tin contains a dog seat belt, two paper bowls, three wipes and a booklet. The dog seat belt is very useful. Normally Mabel goes into the boot space, but recently she’s been finding it difficult to jump up. So we now have the option of using the belt for her in the passenger seat. I think this kit is best for a young puppy or first-time dog owner. The paper bowls and wipes are too small for a big dog like Mabel. Nevertheless, the booklet provides a lot of useful tips for packing a road trip.
Beach Day Kit £20
This tin comes with a cooling bandana, shower bottle cap and a floating fish toy. The cooling bandana is very well made and looks rather trendy on Mabel. As for the shower bottle cap, it will fit in most plastic bottles and it is made from silicon. It is very useful for washing their feet before going onto the car. The floating fish toy will make a great toy for playing in the water! It is so bright, you can’t miss it!
Besides these two kits, they also have Take Your Dog to Work Day £13, Hiking Kit £16, Flying Fish Float Toy £6, Identification Charm £6, Pufferfish Tug £13, Bath Kit £18, Make Your Own Tug Toy £20 and Fake News Treat Bag £10!
Kobe line supports the International Street Dog Foundation (ISDF) who is dedicated to saving the lives of street dogs around the world. A portion of all proceeds from Kobe by Kikkerland is to be donated to the foundation. It was founded by Dawn Trimmel in 2011 to raise awareness of issues facing dogs around the world. They have no paid employees and 100% of donations serve street dogs in need. Do support them if you can!
Disclosure: We received the samples for the purposes of writing this review, however, all thoughts and opinions remain our own.