A Perfect Pairing: Wine & Dog Adoptions Come Together With This Gorgeous Gift Box

In order to help more shelter animals get adopted, charitable California winery ONEHOPE created a gorgeous gift box that appeals to wine and dog lovers…and their pups!

But the best part is that each $49 box purchase funds the adoption of a shelter dog who desperately needs a forever home!

Image Source: Pinot For Paws WOOF! Gift Box via ONEHOPE


The Pinot For Paws Woof! collection is beautifully packaged and comes with goodies for both pet parents and their pups. Each box includes:

-A delicious bottle of either Pinot Grigio or Pinot Noir (your choice)

– A tough canvas and fleece fetch bone

-A durable rope tug toy

-A bouncy orange tennis ball

-A jar of gourmet Tail Waggin’ treats

-The knowledge that you’re helping a lonely pup find a home!.

Image Source: Pinot For Paws WOOF! Gift Box via ONEHOPE

Lucky for us at iHeartDogs, we were able to get our paws on a couple Pinot For Paws Woof! boxes to test these treats for ourselves..

They arrived in stunning, rustic-style packaging, just as they’re pictured online. (Perfect for the season, we might add.)

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The pinot noir was silky smooth and bursting with berry flavors and hints of spice. (Let’s just say, it didn’t last long…)

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Meanwhile, Poodle Gigi, resident biscuit critic, approved of the Tail Waggin’ treats…

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And Doberman pup Chopper was too busy playing with the plush fetch toy to pose for a picture.

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In sum, all parties with both two and four legs gave their approval! This is an excellent gift for every dog lover in your life, including yourself. The goodies won’t last forever, but the adoption that you helped fund for a shelter dog will.

Get your $49 Pinot For Paws Woof! Gift Box Here.

Image Source: Pinot For Paws WOOF! Gift Box via ONEHOPE

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