The Pet Treater Dog Pack is a low-cost subscription for dogs for $15.00/month, offering hand-selected toys, treats mostly made in Canada of the USA, plus other extra goodies. The Pet Treater Deluxe Dog Pack subscription is also available for your pup at $25.00/month. (Read Ragan's reviews to learn more about the latter option.)
This is a review of the Pet Treater Dog Pack for $15/month.
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About Pet Treater Dog Pack
The Subscription Box: Pet Treater Dog Pack
The Cost: $15.00 + free shipping (Small, Medium, and Large dog options available)
ACTIVE DEAL: 50% off the first month
The Products: 3-4 hand-selected items featuring a variety of super fun toys, mostly USA- & Canada-made treats (never China) & extra goodies
Ships to: The lower 48 states of the USA. This does not include APO/FP/DOD addresses.
Good to Know: Treats-only and toys-only boxes are available. Each item is a mystery and the last couple of months have even been loosely themed!
November 2019 Pet Treater Dog Pack Review
This shipment from Pet Treater included 4 items: a gourmet cookie, toy, bag of treats, bandana, and promotional literature.
Look how cute this month’s “Pick of the Litter” is! Charley looks so sweet! Don't forget to email photos of your dog to enter to win a free item in your next month's box.
Rufus looks so handsome in this woodsy bandana! We rarely keep Rufus's collar on, his tags jingle too much and would wake the kids, but we love having him in a decorative bandana. This is unlike any that we have so far, plus it matches our love of all things plaid! This didn't come with a tag of any kind so I'm not sure who produced it, but the quality is in line with other bandanas we have purchased. Rufus is ready for Thanksgiving don't you think?!
Emmy’s Gourmet Canine Creations Acorn Cookie
I was super impressed with the quality of this cookie; it was extra thick and didn't even smell like a dog treat! I mean, it looks good enough for me to eat. I love the acorn design to match with the fall theme. This cookie is made with cheddar, Colby cheese, jack cheese, whole wheat flour, water, oats, cornmeal, wheat germ, butter, eggs, chicken bouillon, and mixed tocopherols. Rufus clearly knew that this cookie was for him because he was eagerly waiting next to me while I opened this month's box. He normally isn't a big treat doggie, but he ate this entire cookie in record time! I went to the Emmy's treats site in hopes of buying Rufus one for Christmas, but it looks like their web page is down which is also why I wasn't able to link to this specific cookie.
Patchwork Pet Plush Dog Toy
I wasn't able to find this specific plush toy, but the Patchwork Pet site has so many other cute toys that your doggies might love! This little guy is super soft and extra long which makes him great to play catch with or a little tug of war which my kids love playing with our dog. This guy has a squeaker towards the top, something Rufus is pretty neutral on, but overall he seems to really enjoy this new toy! The quality is holding up nicely even after lots of playing from Rufus and my two kids!
Gobble Gobble Bites Made for Pet Treater by The Pound Bakery
These chicken and apple sausage treats were a major score for Rufus! He isn't much of a treat kind of guy, but when he finds one he likes he can't get enough. He quickly gobbled down two of these, and we have been using them as rewards or to get him to go outside in the rain or snow (something he does not enjoy). These treats are made in the USA by The Pound Bakery, a wholesaler that made these specifically for Pet Treater! Each bite is grain-free and contains chicken, chickpea, pea flour, pea fiber, apple, coconut, glycerin, salt, sunflower oil, molasses, sorbic acid, citric acid, and lactic acid. I feel really good about the quality of these treats for my doggie, especially seeing how much Rufus is loving them!
Verdict: This was my first time receiving Pet Treater and it was hands down a big hit all around! Now that we have two kids, our dog Rufus gets less attention, which means toys and treats for him are not something I'm actively getting. We have been feeling very bad about it and knew that this box was going to be a great way to make him feel loved! The moment I got this month's box Rufus followed me around as if he knew what was going to be inside. I can safely say that he loved each item that we received this month, even the bandana because he clearly knew how handsome it made him look. Both of the treats were really cute and delicious (at least Rufus seemed to think so), and I felt really good about giving them to him after looking over the ingredient lists. This box was honestly such a hit for him and it made us all so happy seeing Rufus feel loved!
This month I received 4 items. I couldn’t find any of the exact items online, so just by dividing it out, each item would cost about $3.75. I feel like that might be a little much for the cookie and bandana, but that price for the rest of the items seems in line for the quality. At $15 a month with free shipping, I know that I'm making my dog happy with quality items which is really where I see the value!
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, you’ll receive a collection of pet-approved favorites as a welcome pack. After that, your pet will receive the same monthly shipment as other subscribers. Items vary from shipment to shipment, so you’re not guaranteed the same items as seen here. Standard orders generally ship around the 10th of each month. If you’ve added special requests to your order (allergies, no plush, tough toys, etc.), this may add additional processing and packing times due to the extra labor involved.
ACTIVE DEAL: 50% off the first month
Value Breakdown: This box costs $15 + free shipping, which means that each of the 4 items in the box has an average cost of $3.75.
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What did you think of the November 2019 Pet Treater Dog Pack?