Loot Pets by Loot Crate Subscription Box Review + Coupon – March 2017
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The Subscription Box: Loot Pets
The Cost: $19.99 a month ($14.99 + $5 shipping)
The Products: Apparel, accessories, toys, treats (Treats available in the USA only. An item of equal value will be substituted for international orders.) and more. You get a $50+** value in every crate! In addition, we help pets in need by donating $1 from each subscription purchase to local and national pet charities.
Ships to: Worldwide
Check out all of my Loot Pets reviews to get more information on this subscription. Check out all of our Geeky Subscription Boxes and Pet Subscription Boxes in the Subscription Box List. Rate, review, and follow this subscription on the Loot Pets by Loot Crate profile page.
Each month, Loot Crate will release a theme that spans across their Core Crate, Loot Pets, Loot Wear, and Loot Crate DX. This month’s theme was PRIMAL.
Each delivery comes with an information card that details all of your items.The typical box includes 3 items + a collar charm.
Collar Charm – Value $5?
Each month comes with a collar charm for your pup – this month’s charm features Predator!
Let’s dig in!
Dino Bonz – Value $14 on Amazon
This month featured two toys – the first is a plush and rubber dog bone toy.
It’s made to look like an actual bone.
Buckles did think it was an actual bone – but it only led to disappointment when he found out it was fake!
Dino Combo Chewer Dog Toy – Value $10-15?
The second toy is a Loot Pets exclusive. It features the Flintstone’s pup – Dino!
It’s a dual chewer toy – one side is rubber while the other is a tougher nylon.
Buckles just isn’t into rubber toys – so he flat out rejected this one!
Barkeologist Bones – Value $10?
This month’s treats are a beef dog treat shaped like a bone.
Finally – Buckles got to something he was REALLY interested in!
He loved these treats – and most of the Loot Pets treats have been a chewy treat so far, which is perfect for our dog.
Verdict: This month was a disappointment for our dog because both toys were not suited for him – but he did love the treats. Even though the toys didn’t suit Buckles, Penelope happily took them off his hands. Dog boxes seem to work for us because we have so many other dogs to share with – so it ends up working for us in the end.
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