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Pet Treater Dog Subscription Box Review + Coupon – July 2017

Pet Treater July 2017 Dog Subscription Box

Pet Treater is a subscription box for dogs. Select from small (up to 20 pounds), medium (21-50 pounds), and large (51+ pounds).

My Subscription Addiction paid for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

This review is of the Large Dog Size, $24.99 a month, box. My dog Nyx, a Rottweiler, is about 86 pounds right now.

Pet Treater July 2017 Dog Subscription Box

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. One-time boxes are also available for $34.99.

LIMITED TIME DEAL: Use coupon code BARKICECREAM to receive two FREE pints of Puppy Cake Ice Cream with any subscription option – one time box, monthly, 3, 6, and 12 month plans.

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

Ships to: U.S. (free)

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Pet Treater July 2017 Dog Subscription Box

Pet Treater July 2017 Dog Subscription Box

Pet Treater July 2017 Dog Subscription Box

There’s not a traditional information card with this subscription, but you get a couple of other inserts relating to themes, products, etc. 

Pet Treater July 2017 Dog Subscription Box

There’s also yet another Hello Fresh code. Check out our Hello Fresh reviews to learn more about this meal delivery service!

Pet Treater July 2017 Dog Subscription Box

Open Road Portable Pet Bowls (2 count, 36 ounce capacity) – Value $1.25?

I could only find eBay listings that had ended and closeout sites that were out of stock so I’ve used the value from one of those (a different design, but the same basic item). These are BPA-free and resealable and actually pretty useful if you are going to travel by car with your dog, because you can zip up some kibble in there and feed your dog when you stop, without breaking out a regular bowl and a large bag of food.

Pet Treater July 2017 Dog Subscription Box

Animal Planet Plush Toy (fox with tennis ball body) – Value $8?

I’ve based the value here on similar toys; I can’t find this product online.  (We got another Animal Planet dog toy last month and I also couldn’t find that one, so chances are, these have been discontinued. It’s not a big deal for toys because they are non-perishable.) Nyx naturally went to work trying to pull the head and/or tail out of the tennis ball, though she hasn’t yet succeeded (I’m watching her like a hawk for safety reasons).

Pet Treater July 2017 Dog Subscription Box

Magic Coat Bath Time Ultra-Comfort Folding Kneeling Caddy (16.5” x 29.5”) – Value $5.91

I did not realize at first that this was also a caddy in addition to being a mat. Unfortunately, an item like this is not of much use to me because Nyx can’t climb the stairs so she can’t have baths in the tub – we wash her outside in the driveway with a hose, or at a Petco with self-dog-wash facilities in bad weather. I will be passing this on to someone with a smaller dog.

Pet Treater July 2017 Dog Subscription Box

Petlou 20” Monkey Stick – Value $12.98

Anything called a “monkey stick” can’t be too bad. Nyx saw this when I was photographing the items from the box and she followed me around until I let her have it. It made a hilarious deep sound when she moved it around and the nose also seems to have a squeaker. This didn’t make for the best pictures in the world, but it was definitely size-appropriate and Nyx enjoyed it a lot. I did have to take it away when she started pulling off the fur and swallowing it, though.

Pet Treater July 2017 Dog Subscription Box

Puppy Scoops in Maple Bacon – Value $5

This is ice cream for dogs; you actually see this product pretty often in Pet Treater. You add hot water and then freeze it. Unfortunately, this has a few ingredients that won’t work for Nyx, but my mom’s dog loves this stuff, so I will be sending it her way.

Pet Treater July 2017 Dog Subscription Box

Three Dog Bakery Fetch It Sticks (2 count) – Value $2?

I didn’t see these on the Three Dog Bakery website, but I’m not sure if it means they are exclusive to the box or if they are discontinued (with this subscription, either could be possible).  These arrived broken and kind of crumbly (so I didn’t open the bag) but dogs shouldn’t care about that too much. I am not sure of the ingredients, though, so proceed with caution if your dog has allergies or food sensitivities.

I’d Rather Be With My Dog Grain Free Trainers in Turkey and Pumpkin (5 oz) – Value $6.49

These are Paleo-inspired dog treats and don’t contain grains, gluten, etc. They are made in the USA and the expiration date on my bag was fairly late in 2018. Please note that if your dog has allergies or food intolerances that this does also contain chicken, chicken meal, and gelatin from pigs, although turkey is the first ingredient. (This isn’t really sneaky or shady considering that almost all dog foods and treats, even super premium brands, do the same thing.)

Pet Treater July 2017 Dog Subscription Box

Güd from Burt’s Bees Natural Cleansing Wipes in Grapefruit and Thyme (10 count) – Value $1.79

Güd from Burt’s Bees Natural Cleansing Wipes in Blood Orange Flower (10 count) – Value $1.79

These appear to have been discontinued as they are only available from third-party sellers on Amazon and eBay and closeout sites. Although I think it is a good idea to keep things like this around (we recently had a plumbing issue and couldn’t take showers for a few days and I really came to appreciate Yuni Shower Sheets, to which these wipes are similar), these were dried out.  I find that you really can’t keep wipes in this type of package for too long, even if unopened.

Here’s Nyx, enjoying the monkey toy:

Pet Treater July 2017 Dog Subscription Box

Pet Treater July 2017 Dog Subscription Box

Pet Treater July 2017 Dog Subscription Box

Pet Treater July 2017 Dog Subscription Box

Pet Treater July 2017 Dog Subscription Box

Pet Treater July 2017 Dog Subscription Box

Verdict: I calculated a value of around $45 for the July Pet Treater dog subscription box. That is quite a bit above the cost of the subscription on a month-to-month basis. Nyx enjoyed the toys quite a bit, and although we can’t use everything, we’ll be able to gift some of the items to other dog owners. I’m a little disappointed at how many closeout items were in this box, but at least the Puppy Scoops and training treats had long shelf lives ahead of them.

What do you think of the July 2017 Pet Treater box? Do you subscribe to any dog or cat boxes?

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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).

Posted in Pet Subscription Boxes, Pet Treater Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Dogs| Tags: Pet Treater | 6 comments

Comments (6)

  1. I have been really disappointed with my boxes. My puppy is a heavy chewer and both toys were in pieces within an hour of her playing with them. I hope they have sturdier toys in the future!

  2. I recently upgraded from the dog mystery bag to the pet treater box. The mystery dog bag for 9.99 is advertised as a smaller version of the pet treater box. I prefer pet treater as there is often items for pet parents and I feel it’s a better value over all. I also enjoy the Pet treater emails, an additional perk. The items I don’t use go to my coworkers or local rescue group.

  3. I got the monkey stick and the Fetch It sticks in my Monthly Mystery Bag for Pets, so I think the treats were probably discontinued! (unless it’s owned by the same company)

    • There is a lot of overlap in the Monthly Mystery Bag and Pet Treater, I have noticed. I think they started offering the Monthly Mystery Bag to get rid of extra stuff they had lying around after sending out the Pet Treater boxes.

      I think they must have a warehouse full of PetLou plushes based on what I’ve gotten from Pet Treater in the past year or two. Nyx likes them, and it doesn’t matter how old a toy is, so I’m OK with that.

    • I got the trainer treats and the baked cheese treats in my monthly box. The ingredients were listed on the back of my package of the cheese treats. My dogs are pretty picky and they enjoyed that treat with no adverse reactions. One of my dogs has a highly sensitive tummy and she was all good. I really enjoy their monthly doggie bag and it’s within my budget. I don’t have an interest in upgrading at this time, but I enjoy your reviews. Thanks!

    • I emailed pet treater and asked. The fetch sticks were made exclusively for the box.

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