Loot Pets by Loot Crate Subscription Box Review + Coupon – September 2017
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
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
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It was a double treat month for Loot Pets!
Each delivery comes with an information card detailing the items inside.
Star Trek: TNG Borg Cube Squeak Toy – Value $10?
There was one toy this month and it featured Star Trek!
This squishy plush cube was made after the Borg Cube – squick down hard enough and you’ll find the squeaker inside.
It was too big for Buckles to really enjoy – it’ll be passed off to Penelope.
Heartbeat Bytes Treats – Value $10?
The only bag of treats this month are small little chicken bites.
They’re even shaped like tiny hearts.
These are great for training – or getting your dog to be in the correct spot when taking his photo!
Loot Pets Peanut Butter Cookie – Value $5?
You’ll get a big ol’ peanut butter cookie as the second treat.
The cookie is actually pretty soft – it was easy to break off a little piece for Buckles to enjoy.
I mean, look at those eyes. I have the same reaction to peanut butter.
He made sure to vacuum up all of the little pieces left over on the table!
Collapsible Bowl – Value $10?
The final item is this little collapsible bowl. I’m going to clip this onto my backpack because you never know when you’ll need it!
Verdict: Both treats were loved by Buckles, the bowl is super practical for us, but the cube was too big for our dog – 3 out of 4 ain’t bad on this one, especially since the toy was gifted. At $20, the price is good for a dog box, and so far, they’ve hit over the value rather frequently – s I think it’s a good option for geeky dogs.
What did you think of the September 2017 Robotic Loot Pets?