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Mini Monthly Mystery Box For Dogs Subscription Review – June 2018

Mini Monthly Mystery Box For Dogs is a low-cost subscription for dogs from That Daily Deal. This goes along with their other monthly mystery boxes: Monthly Mystery Box by Jamminbutter and Mini Monthly Mystery Box by Jamminbutter – this one is focused on a lower cost option from their Pet Treater subscription for your pup.

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

About Mini Monthly Box Of Awesome For Dogs

The Subscription Box: Mini Monthly Mystery Box For Dogs

The Cost: $12.99 with FREE shipping (Small, Medium, and Large options available)

The Products:

  • Love your dog but don’t need a BIG box of stuff every month? This is for you!
  • Treat your pup for $12.99/mo delivered!
  • Receive at LEAST 1 bag of treats (all made in USA or Canada) and one toy – The retail value is always worth more than $10 AND we ship it free! No dealing with traffic going to the store and no more paying insane pet store pricing!
  • Access to secret deals and add-ons!
  • Most important? Have something special for your pup every month like clockwork!
  • Shipping schedule: All boxes ship between the 20th and 25th of the month. No hassle cancellations, but you won’t want to. Your dog will be too excited each month

Ships to: US only

The typical delivery will have 2-3 items that stay around the same total value. Each item is a mystery without any type of theme.

June 2018 Mini Monthly Box Of Awesome For Dogs Review

Our latest shipment arrived with 3 items – a toy, treats, and something more for the owner to protect their pup.

Buckles is taking a deep dive into this subscription.

Loving Pets Rice Chips – Value $5-10?

The treat this month is from Loving Pets. These are crispy brown rice chips for your dog. You may be wondering why the tube is upside down – well, the bottom immediately fell out when removing this from the package!

These are easy to portion control as a treat – but do get a little messy and dusty as you break them apart.

The only thing that matters to us – does he like it or not? The answer was a resounding – NO! He was eager to snatch this out of my hand, but pretty much refused to eat it.

Mammoth Flossy Chews Cloth – Value $5-6

This month’s toy is a strong rubber-like bone with cloth rope that is intended to help your dog’s oral health.

Buckles isn’t into hard toys – but he had a go at the rope for a little while. In the end – this will be one that goes to a dog friend.

Fou-Stick Protect – Value $6-7 on Amazon

This is essentially like a lip balm for your dog’s paw pads. People noted in the Amazon comments that they’ve used it to moisturize their dog’s nose as well – so it seems to be a bit multifunctional. This is a pretty smart way to help out your pup if their paw pads are dry and cracking.

Verdict: This is one of the few months that have been a miss for us – Buckles simply didn’t like the toy or the treats, so that alone removes the value for us.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Items vary from shipment to shipment, so you’re not guaranteed the same items as seen here.

COUPON – Not at this time.

Check out all of our Mini Monthly Mystery Box For Dogs Reviews to get more information on this subscription. Check out all of our Pet Subscription Boxes in the Subscription Box List. Rate, review, and follow this subscription on the Mini Monthly Mystery Box For Dogs profile page.

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Written by Eric Cadman

Eric Cadman

Eric is the co-founder of My Subscription Addiction. He’s been hooked on geek subscription boxes since 2012 thanks to Loot Crate and Nerd Block. Geek boxes sparked his desire for collecting Funko Pops and comic book statues!

Posted in Mini Monthly Mystery Box For Dogs Reviews, Pet Subscription Boxes, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Dogs| Tags: Pet Treater Dog Pack | 5 comments

Comments (5)

  1. Bam Bam wasn’t thrilled with this box either. The pavement is too hot here in Vegas so he gets carried unless it is rock or any grass we can find so the stick was swapped. He likes “babies” that he can carry around and sleep with, the bone doesn’t cut it. Our canister was also broke and I just threw the whole thing away as there were lots of plastic particles everywhere.

    That said this was the first time this has happened. We usually love everything they send.

  2. Our Westie bit off a large chunk of that bone toy within 2 minutes of getting it, so I had to take it away. Luckily he didn’t eat the chunk or that could have been bad. Not a durable toy for chewers. My dogs liked the rice snacks but the paw/nose balm was useless for us.

  3. I got those chips in my large dog bag last month and the container was completely smashed and shattered with chip dust all over the unfortunately furry toy for the month. I tried to salvage some chips still in the tube but my dog threw up both times I tried to give him one. Be thankful Buckles just said no.

    • Mine was too! All over my mailbox and then my car… The past couple months have been horrible. Really thinking about cancelling this one.

  4. Same! Our Chihuahua, Fern, panned both the treats and the toy. We usually love this sub, but this month missed the mark.

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