Pet Treater Dog Pack Subscription Review – October 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 or the U.S.A.), 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)
The Products: 3-4 hand-selected items featuring a variety of super fun toys, mostly U.S.A.- & Canada-made treats (never China) & extra goodies
Ships to: The lower 48 states of the U.S. 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!
October 2020 Pet Treater Dog Pack Review
This shipment from Pet Treater included four items: a toy, a gourmet cookie, a bag of treats, a snack stick, and a bandana.
Look how cute this month’s “Pick of the Litter” is! Don’t forget to email Pet Treater photos of your dog to enter to win a free item in your next month’s box.
Wizard/Magic Bandana for Pet Treater
This bandana was perfect for Halloween! Rufus refuses to wear a costume (we have tried), but this was a nice way to have him dressed for the holiday with us. The quality is still great, arriving without any loose threads and super thick yet soft material. Rufus looks so handsome in this color!
Gourmet Canine Cookie by Woofables for Pet Treater
Oh my goodness, this cookie is too cute! It continues with the theme from the bandana with this wizard hat. It reminds me of the hat Mickey Mouse wears in Fantasia! This cookie is a yogurt iced honey and oat cookie that is made with whole wheat flour, oats, canola oil, honey, and sugar. Rufus is always so excited about these cookies and gobbled it down quickly. It is safe to say that these are truly his favorite treat to get every month.
Drool & Dragons Toy for Dogs
I always say how Rufus is not into toys anymore, but his oldest and most favorite toy is a blue dragon. So it was really funny when I opened this month’s box to find this awesome red dragon! I thought it could be friends with his old one. My kids thought this was so cool and loved how it looks like the dragon is blowing fire from his mouth. Since Rufus doesn’t really play fetch, this toy is now on his bed for him to snuggle and play with on his own, which is his favorite!
Vitakraft Meaty Morsels, 4.6 oz.
As you can see by the photos, Rufus didn’t even wait for me to finish taking the photos before stepping onto my set to eat a few of these morsels. He really loves them! The bag is resealable, a huge plus for me, and the treats are oven-roasted yet super soft! This bag is the chicken recipe with sweet potatoes, made with no artificial colors, flavors, and no added sugars. These treats are perfect to use on walks or to convince Rufus to go outside when it is raining. All around a lovely treat!
Vitakraft Treaties, 0.42 oz
This is a grab-and-go treat that would be great to keep in your car or in your bag if you are headed to the vet or dog park. It is made by the same company that made the meat morsels in the chicken recipe. The stick was super soft so Rufus was able to enjoy it quickly. This is a great, no-mess treat that you can feel confident giving to your doggie!
Verdict: Halloween is a big deal in my house so Halloween boxes are always a big hit! My kids get a kick out of these boxes for Rufus, but they especially loved everything this month. The dragon toy was perfect for Rufus, he loves to cuddle with it, plus it just looks really cool. The bandana was the perfect touch to our Halloween weekend vibe, normally Rufus doesn’t dress-up with us, but this year he was able to in his own way. Both treats were a huge hit with Rufus, which isn’t always the case, and the quality just can’t be beaten. I love giving him treats that I know are made with quality ingredients and treating him throughout the day. The cookie, as always, was a big hit! Rufus can’t get enough of these cookie treats and we love seeing what the theme will be each month.
This month I received five items. I couldn’t find the exact items online, so just by dividing it out, each item would cost about $3.00. 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 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.
Value Breakdown: This box costs $15 + free shipping, which means that each of the five items in the box has an average cost of $3.00.
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What did you think of the October 2020 Pet Treater Dog Pack?