Pet Treater Dog Pack Subscription Review – July 2020
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)
COUPON: Use code DOGPACK50 to 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!
July 2020 Pet Treater Dog Pack Review
This shipment from Pet Treater included 4 items: a toy, two bags of treats, and a bandana.
This month’s box came with some literature on the featured products along with some coupons, yay! Look how cute this month’s “Pick of the Litter” is! Don’t forget to email photos of your dog to enter to win a free item in your next month’s box.
Llama Bandana for Pet Treater
We love llamas in our house! My kids actually just got a llama board game so they thought it was so funny that this came for Rufus. The quality continues to be really great with a thick fabric that is extra soft. Rufus has been rocking this bandana and it just feels so perfect for the end of summer with the bold colors!
Large Dog Rope Toy by Kellypet Pet Champion – Retail Value $5.29
This toy is great for large dogs with a two-knot design perfect for playing catch. Rufus is sadly getting older and doesn’t play fetch anymore. He will use it to play tug with my husband and jumps around a bit while my kids toss it around to him. The fabric is super thick and sturdy so it would probably take a really big dog with big teeth to rip this toy apart.
Beef Bars by Loving Pets, 4 oz
These beef bars are made in the USA with real beef and are cooked on an open grill. They are made with beef, vegetable glycerin, and rosemary extract. Rufus absolutely loved these! He is a big meat eater and these had a fresh off of the grill smell that I think made him believe this was human food. He ate one in record time and was begging for more! We have been using this treat to get him to go upstairs in his gated area during our meal times and as a reward for going outside easily. I love that the bag is resealable so I know that I can keep these fresh in the bag!
Yummy Bones Chicken Flavor by Loving Pets, 2.8 oz
This is a long-lasting bone that is made with pea flour, pea starch, sugar, vegetable glycerin, chicken meal, poultry fat, and more. The bone is semi-hard so it won’t crumble easily, but he was able to chew it and get pieces off without much work. I kept this out for him to chew on throughout the day for a few days, but he never really went to it after chewing a bit off of the top. I ended up having to throw it out, unfortunately, because my 1 year old decided this was her food and I caught her eating it. So out it went. Rufus seemed to enjoy it though while he had the chance and my daughter sure seemed to enjoy it.
Verdict: This month’s box felt fresh with a different curation of products from previous months. We still received a toy and bandana, but instead of a gourmet cookie, we received two big treats. Rufus is looking ready for the end of summer in his llama bandana, and the rope toy has been super fun for everyone in my family (even Rufus is enjoying it). The beef treats are almost gone because Rufus loves them so much, and I can’t deny that the quality is so great! The long-lasting bone wasn’t a huge hit for Rufus, but he was able to enjoy a few pieces of it the first day that I gave it to him. While the box didn’t have the same excitement that it normally does without the themed gourmet cookie, we still really enjoyed opening this box for Rufus. You just can’t deny the quality products that are curated month after month!
This month I received 4 items. I couldn’t find many of the exact items online, so just by dividing it out, each item would cost about $3.75. At $15 a month with free shipping, this box is such a great value and overall experience, especially since I can expect high quality treats for him each month without having to leave my house!
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.
COUPON: Use code DOGPACK50 to 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 July 2020 Pet Treater Dog Pack?