Pet Treater Dog Pack Subscription Review – November 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!
November 2020 Pet Treater Dog Pack Review
This shipment from Pet Treater included four items: a toy, a gourmet cookie, a bag of treats, bone broth, 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.
Plaid Bandana from Pet Treater
This is the perfect bandana for the winter season. It feels rustic yet rugged which suits Rufus perfectly. The quality continues to be wonderful on these bandanas. This month’s was so soft and fits him nicely!
Gourmet Canine Cookie by Woofables for Pet Treater
A little pumpkin spice latte cookie cutout! I cannot handle the cuteness! This cookie is a yogurt iced honey and oat cookie that is made with whole wheat flour, oats, canola oil, honey, and sugar. These cookies are always a hit for Rufus, he eats them within seconds of me giving them to him. For me, I love a good photo opportunity for him so these cookies are always photo-ready!
Cuddly Plush with Squeaker Dog Toy by Boss Pet
Rufus, in his younger years, was really good at catching birds in our backyard. It made me extremely sad, but I know it is just a dog’s nature. He hasn’t caught any birds in the last few years that I know of so we were excited for him to see this latest bird toy. It is pretty big and solid with a light squeaker in it. My daughter has been getting a big kick out of throwing this bird around for Rufus to run and get. A big hit all around!
Mountain Trail Mix Pork Treats by The Pound Bakery for Pet Treater
I really appreciate receiving full-size treat bags like this that are resealable. I know that they will stay fresh and last a while, and they are always great to use as a reward or to get Rufus to go outside. These are a grain-free pork treat made with pork, pea flour, coconut glycerin, chickpeas, sweet potato, sunflower oil, molasses, salt, and more. Rufus didn’t seem to be a huge fan of these treats for some reason. He seemed to struggle with the texture a bit maybe? Since we have a ton of treat bags for him right now, I decided to gift these to my parent’s brand new puppy, Pixie. She really enjoyed them and they are the perfect size for her!
Brutus Bone Broth for Dogs, 0.12 oz
I love bone broth for myself and the benefits it provides so I was really excited to see this little to-go packet for Rufus. This is a 100% natural beef bone broth that is gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free, and wheat-free. All you have to do is add this mixture to 8 ounces of water, shake well, and then pour over their dry food. I wasn’t sure if Rufus would enjoy this, but my husband assured me that he would love it. I poured over his food and brought it to him, and he proceeded to eat it all faster than I have ever seen him eat before. What a wonderful treat for him that is packed full of healthy benefits!
Verdict: This month’s box had a very cozy vibe. Rufus looks like he should be sitting by a fire with his bird toy and bandana on! The cookie made me laugh with delight when I saw it was supposed to be a PSL, and Rufus got to enjoy his favorite cookie brand and flavor. The bone broth was incredible for Rufus to enjoy for dinner over his food, giving him a cozy meal with a ton of health benefits. The assortment is always so spot-on for the month, and I love how each treat that arrives is made with natural ingredients. I know Rufus is in good hands with this box!
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 an incredible value! Right now though, I am loving the convenience of having treats and toys delivered right to our house so that I can still spoil Rufus without having to go to the store!
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 pictured 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 November 2020 Pet Treater Dog Pack?