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Petite Fours Subscription Box Review – January 2016

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Petite Fours is a gourmet dog treat subscription box.  Petite Fours treats are handmade in small batches with no byproducts, artificial flavors, or artificial preservatives.  Customization is offered based on dog size as well as ingredients.

Petite Fours provided us with this box for a review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)


Subscription Box: Petite Fours

Cost:  There are a variety of purchase options including a one time purchase (no customization available, $24), a monthly subscription ($21 per box), a bimonthly delivery ($21 per box), or a three month subscription ($57).

The Products:  Gourmet treats for dogs with the occasional bag of training treats and/or toy.

Ships to: USA ($6 shipping)

Check out lots of great boxes for dogs in the Pet Subscription Box Directory!


Included in the box were a few cards.  One had the ingredients list for the custom treats (see below) and another was a standard information card.


Starbarks Frenchie Roast Latte Plush Toy with Squeaker – Value $14.99

This is a cute inclusion and fits nicely with the custom donuts.  It was just large enough for me to give to Nyx (with supervision).

Carob and Yogurt Frosted Donuts – Value $8

These are adorable.  Nyx can’t have them because of the grain but I am sure my parents’ dogs will be thrilled.  (This box does offer customization.  I asked if I could review one box for dogs without dietary restrictions so MSA readers could see the breadth of the offerings.  Future boxes will be customized to Nyx’s needs.)  Also, please note that these were packaged in plastic but it was reflective so I removed it for the photos.


Max & Ruffy’s 24 Carob Gold Strawberry and Carob Mini Bites – Value $8.99

These are organic and made in the USA and the only ingredients are brown rice flour, strawberry, carob bean, coconut oil, and maca.



I couldn’t pick just one picture of Nyx for this box.  I liked both of these!  As you can see, she had fun with the toy.  As you might expect, it didn’t last an incredibly long time…

Verdict: I calculated a value of about $32 for the January 2016 Petite Fours box.  That’s higher than the cost of the box plus shipping and even a little higher than what’s listed on their information card, so I’m happy with the value.  I like the customization options (you can exclude specific proteins, grains, etc., when you sign up), as well.

What do you think of the January 2016 Petite Fours 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.


  1. This box is a BIG let down. Who wants a box of dog treats when you could be receiving a box of tiny, dainty pretty cakes?!?!?!

    • Hey Rachel,

      That’s a great question that I hope I can help answer!

      Petite Fours Treats is a play on words with both the concept and language of “petit fours.” The boxes sent are not tiny, dainty pretty cakes meant for humans consumption – the entire concept is tiny, dainty pretty cakes meant for our petite (and non petite!) four legged friends. We have boxes for dogs and are working on getting a box for cats.

      If you go to the site you can see that it’s marketed towards critters and getting them “gourmet” style treats that are both healthy and fun.

      That’s part of why our logo is a Chef Dachshund – it’s a fun take on treats for animals we love and want to spoil with different and healthy goodness.

      If you have any questions let me know – but those who order our box know ahead of time it’s a subscription crate meant for their furry partners in crime and love.


  2. Nyx is such a pretty girl! She looks so innocent as she slaughters toys too, with those big brown eyes!

  3. Nyx is the cutest

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