11 July 2017

Product Review: Paw Pods

Paw Pods

Losing a pet is a very hard thing to do.  For most of us, our pets are family.  If only there were an affordable way to bury our little furry family with dignity and proper respect. 



Well, now there is.  The people over at PawPods have developed a biodegradable pet coffin designed to inter our loved ones in a way that is affordable and dignified. These pet coffins range from about $100-150 on Amazon.com.

No one wants to think about the time when our little family member will no longer be with us.  However, having a biodegradable way to protect them from other animals and the elements for a while is very comforting.  I wish we had one of these when we had to bury little Xerxes. It would have been much more comforting had we already had one on hand at the time. 



Paw Pods are made out of bamboo and rice and come with a sympathy card and seed packet as a way to remember our little fur babies. 






We were sent a complimentary Paw Pod.  We are under no obligation to write any review, positive or negative.

We are disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255.





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