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TreatLuv Dog Subscription Box Review + Coupon – April 2018

TreatLuv April 2018 Dog Subscription

TreatLuv is a monthly pet treat subscription box for dogs and cats. For dogs, the only selection you have to make is your dog’s size and TreatLuv will send American made, organic treats accordingly!

TreatLuv April 2018 Dog Subscription Box

This is a review of the Large (50+ pounds) Dog Size box. My dog, Del, is a mutt who we adopted from the local shelter about a year ago (the shelter suggested he might be an Airedale-Lab mix). He just makes the cut for the Large dog size, weighing in at about 55 pounds.

TreatLuv April 2018 for Dogs

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

TreatLuv April 2018 Unboxing

About TreatLuv

The Subscription Box: TreatLuv 

The Cost: $24.99 per month + free US shipping. Save with 3, 6, and 12-month subscriptions.

COUPON: Use code FLRESCUE or GOGATORS to save 10% off!

The Products: American made, organic treats appropriate for your dog’s size

Ships to: US for free. Worldwide for $7.

TreatLuv April 2018 Review

TreatLuv April 2018 Card

TreatLuv April 2018 Handwritten Note

My TreatLuv box was packaged simply and with this cute little card to greet me. I love the handwritten note, it’s so filled with personality!

TreatLuv April 2018 Treat Simple Dog Treats

TreatLuv April 2018 Cowboy Cut Steak Bones

TreatLuv April 2018 Steak Milkbones

Treat Simple Cowboy Cut Steak Dog Treats, 5 oz. – Retail Value $9.99

Del was prancing around our backyard when this package arrived and I strategically left him out there while I opened it up so I could document it in peace. Turns out the scent of these treats were enticing enough to lure my cat over, though, and he would not stop pawing at the bag trying to get a sniff or a lick at what was inside! I figured that was a good indication that Del would like them; often times regular ol’ dog biscuits are sort of “meh” to him and he just leaves them in crumbles on the floor, but I had high hopes for these slightly chewier and more flavor-filled ones. I also like that they’re wheat, corn, and soy free, which is consistent with the type of kibble we feed him.

TreatLuv April 2018 Dog Treats

Okay, here he is waiting for his first try! Just as predicted after seeing how my cat reacted to my simply opening the bag, he gobbled it right up and wagged for more. I imagine the fact that they’re made with beef helped!

TreatLuv April 2018 Paws Barkery Treats

TreatLuv April 2018 All Natural Dog Treats

TreatLuv April 2018 Dog Cookies

Paws Barkery BowWow Snickerdoodles Treats, 8 oz. – Retail Value $6.99

These dog cookies are insane! By which I mean they smell like human cookies and I really struggled to stop myself from eating one, haha! And, actually, I almost did after seeing the ingredients list: Wheat flour, Honey, Vegetable Fat, Egg, Potassium Bitartrate (“Cream of Tartar”), Cinnamon, Baking Soda, Vanilla. Simple and healthy for your pup. These cookies were a little crumbly, which made it easy to break one in half to let Del have his first try.

TreatLuv April 2018 Shake

We just taught Del how to “shake,” and he dutifully offered his paw to my husband in exchange for his cookie. Again, this treat was gone before we knew what happened to it. I don’t see anything wrong with feeding a dog his size a whole cookie, but we’ll probably continue to break them into smaller pieces so they last longer.

TreatLuv April 2018 Nylabone Healthy Edibles

TreatLuv April 2018 Nylabone Treats

TreatLuv April 2018 Nylabone Dog Treats

Nylabone Healthy Edibles Puppy Lamb & Apple Flavor Dog Bone Treats, 4 count – Retail Value $7.99 (found here for $3.99)

The final treat included in this month’s box were these Nylabone edibles boasting DHA and Omega-3s. It came with 4 in the pack. Del isn’t a puppy—the shelter predicted he was about 4 when we adopted him, but a dog trainer suggested he might be closer to 6 or 7, so we really have no idea!—but I think the point is that these are safe for puppies who are 3 months or older to eat. Of course, there’s nothing in them that an older dog couldn’t consume. They have a lamb and apple flavor, but I didn’t find them to have a strong scent or any sort of greasy-ness, which was nice for me.

TreatLuv April 2018 Dog and Treat

TreatLuv April 2018 Dog with Treat

I guess Del didn’t agree that the lamb flavor didn’t smell like much because this was one of those treats that he got serious about and immediately took elsewhere to work on! He trotted upstairs to the spot where he usually chews his bone and hovered over it, biting little bits off. When he saw me following him to snap a picture, he turned his back to me and crunched on the piece he had just broken off. Then he revisited the rest of it, and in the second picture, you can see little parts of the bone between his legs if you look closely. I left him to enjoy it in privacy, and he came back downstairs after just a few minutes.

Verdict: I’m so thrilled that thanks to my TreatLuv dog box, I now have some new, healthy snacks that get Del excited! All three selections were natural, which is consistent with his current diet. While Del doesn’t have allergies to grains, he does have a very active lifestyle—both because the terrier breed he seems to be mixed with is anxious and because we, his owners, are runners—so the extra protein is a great fit for him. Value-wise, this box costs $24.99 (with free US shipping), which is almost exactly even with the total cost of all 3 treats if you were to buy them separately. Although it would be good to see value come up, I’m comfortable with that exchange since I’d presumably have to pay for shipping if I were to purchase them from other sites, and because this subscription saves me the trouble of having to research healthy dog snacks—they do it for me!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, your first box would likely be May’s. Also, box content can vary based on your dog’s size.

Coupon – Use codes FLRESCUE or GOGATORS to save 10% off!

Value Breakdown: This box costs $24.99 (with free US shipping), which breaks down to $8.33 per snack. For dog treats that focus on being all-natural, that’s a reasonable value! 

Check out some other great boxes for dogs in the Pet Subscription Box Directory!

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Written by Christen Russo

Christen Russo

Christen is a smile collector, outdoors enthusiast, and appreciator of soggy French fries. Her favorite subscriptions involve eco-friendly products and clothes, nature supplies, stationery, and coffee. She can be easily won over with a good sheet of stickers.

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Comments (2)

  1. The second item (doggy snicker doodles) have wheat flour. Not “grain free” as you mentioned all the products were……?

    • Whoops, that was a total blip on my part. Thanks for catching, Gracee. I’ll see to it that the review is updated so as not to confuse anyone else. 🙂

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