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Pet Treater Dog Subscription Box Review + Coupon – June 2016

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Pet Treater is a subscription box for dogs.  Select from small (up to 20 pounds), medium (21-50 pounds), and large (51+ pounds).  This review is for a large dog box.  My dog Nyx, a Rottweiler, is about 84 pounds right now.

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The Subscription Box: Pet Treater

The Cost: $24.99 per month on a month-to-month plan, with better deals for longer subscriptions.  Tennessee residents will have to pay 9.5% sales tax.

COUPON: Use coupon code MYSUB-PTBED to get a free pet bed, of your size choice, with your first box

The Products: Treats, toys, and helpful items for dog owners (leashes, poop bags, grooming supplies, etc.).

Ships to: US (free)

Check out all our Pet Treater reviews and lots of other great boxes for dogs in the Pet Subscription Box Directory!

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This box included a letter addressed to Nyx!

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Dogs Unleashed Absorbent Pet Bowl Placemat (16 x 28) – Value $7.97

If I can convince Nyx not to chew on this, it will actually be really helpful because she spills water all the time.

Cobble Creek Pet Backseat Car Cover – Value $8.98

Nyx goes to the vet every week for laser pain treatments (she has torn ligaments in both knees). So a backseat cover for the car is useful. I have one now that has really saved my car’s interior. This one had a strong chemical smell so it is in the garage airing out right now. I will use it when I have the other one out for cleaning.

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Zanies Neoprene Flex-a-Flyers (large) – Value $15.99

Nyx doesn’t understand frisbees. I guess because she can’t run around outside (see above re: torn ligaments in her knees). And they are hard to pick up off the carpet. So I will pass this on to someone with a non-orthopedically-challenged dog to enjoy. But, this is an item in current production from the manufacturer, so that is nice.

Petstages Orka Stick for Medium/Large Dogs – Value $6.98

Nyx enjoyed this quite a bit. She liked both the rope and the plastic part and she didn’t even destroy it. It looked a little small but it seemed safe enough to give as long as I was supervising.

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Red Barn Naturals Sweet Potato Fries (16 oz) – Value $13.49

These are grain free, vegetarian, and additionally free of wheat and soy. In other words, there is a slim chance that Nyx will actually do OK with these. I will put these in the lineup to test out. It is quite a large package and does not expire for some time!

Wholelife Tail Mix Carrots and Apples (2 oz) – Value $2.50

These are made in Massachusetts and are grain free. I’ve seen this brand in other boxes, as well, and these were not expired and not near expiration. However, they are flavored with chicken so Nyx can’t have them. They will be passed on to another dog to enjoy.

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Kikkerland Talking Mustache Keychain – Value $4.99

Pet Treater always includes a random “for your human” item. This mustache keychain is what I got for June. I had been having a bad week and when I first played this, I was laughing for five minutes until tears were streaming down my cheeks. I really needed that.

Here is a video of the keychain in action.

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Nyx enjoyed this a lot and she didn’t even destroy it. She’ll get to play with it again!

Verdict: I calculated a value of around $61 for the June Pet Treater dog subscription box. That’s a bit low for Pet Treater but still well over the cost of the box. I could actually find every item for sale on line and most were still in production by their original manufacturers, plus the treats were good for 6+ months (over a year in one case). The only downside was the smelly car seat cover but I am pretty sure that will be fine in a couple of days. This was one of Pet Treater’s better months for me.

What do you think of the June 2016 Pet Treater box? Do you subscribe to any dog or cat boxes?

Written by Ragan Buckley

Ragan Buckley

Ragan stumbled across My Subscription Addiction in late 2013 and immediately subscribed to way too many beauty boxes. She’s now focused on boxes for her cats and dog, vegan/vegetarian food boxes, and craft subscriptions (and she didn’t give up beauty boxes entirely).
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

3 Comments

  1. I had this for a month or so and then un-subbed…but now I’m thinking about going for it again. My dog isn’t very picky when it comes to toys or treats, so from that standpoint it is great, but also because she isn’t picky she is just as happy with dollar store toys!!!

  2. I currently get barkshop and loot crate pet. I have four dogs though so I’ve been thinking about adding this one. We are super picky about treats though, still trying to find a box that doesn’t send pig ears or similar. We also have a grain free and no lamb, bunny, goat or pig policy. ☹️ so with that it makes the search hard.

    • Oh, I wish I could find goat-based dog food easily (and cheaper than the $14 per day I am currently paying for prescription food). Or kangaroo or something else really unusual. Nyx hasn’t had those before and might not have an inflammatory response. (Mr. Kitty, meanwhile, eats lambs, ducks, and bunnies because he can’t have anything else.)

      I guess your perspective is different when you have multiple pets with inflammatory bowel disease…

      On the other hand, as much as I would like to get Monkey and Madison off dry food (with grain), they are digging their heels in. What can you do when they refuse to eat anything else?

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