We’ve been receiving the Pet Treater dog subscription box and writing a review for quite a few months now. In the past, I’ve tended to become discontent with subscription boxes and we’ll move on to a different one. I wanted to ask Luke what he thought, since he’s our Pet Treater spokesdog.
“Luke, what do you think? When the next Pet Treater box comes, should we just “Return to Sender”?”
Luke’s reply was: “Momz, “Don’t Be Cruel”! I’ve said it before; Pet Treater gets me.”
Luke is right, they always send toys and treats that Luke and his sisters love, and we are not bored with this box. Luke is excited every month to see the colorful box stuffed with goodies. Plus they include something for me too, and I love that! Each month has a fun theme and you may have guessed by now that September’s theme was: “Ain’t Nothin’ But a Hound Dog”.
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Luke always gets to make the first selection of the toys – there are at least two every month! This time he chose the “Blue Suede Shoe”* from the Elvis Presley Pet Collection first.
However, Luke also “Can’t Help Falling in Love” with this MultiPet Hippo toy* and that quickly became his favorite. The grunting is irresistible to him, and hysterical to us. We’ve had some other toys from MultiPet, and they are always a hit. I can’t tell you that they live especially long around here, but truthfully that is the fate of most toys! Both toys were a hit.
Our beagle Cricket, of course, was more interested in the goodies that came, so I had to split up the fun guitar-shaped Carob Peanut Butter Crunch cookie from Emmy’s Gourmet Canine Creations (I love the healthy natural ingredients in these treats!), and also included were some S’mores flavored sandwich cremes from Exclusively dog cookies*. We have birthdays coming up next month, and I think they’ll be getting some Puppy Cake cheesecake* from the grain-free mix received. Don’t tell the Dadz, because I never make cheesecake for him!
Also included this month was a furimals warming and cooling pet mat*. You can heat up or cool down the pack inside the fuzzy cover. It’s small, but I think it might work for Cricket set inside one of her other beds. It might feel good to her on her poor arthritic knees so we’ll be giving that a try. The trick with a beagle like her is getting her to actually lie down where you want her to though! She doesn’t like being instructed where to go. 🙂
One great thing about subscription boxes – if something doesn’t suit us, we can give it away to family, friends, or blog readers, or our local shelter as well! My sister, a huge Elvis fan, might be coveting the Elvis Lives candle that was the human gift this month. Then again, she subscribes to Pet Treater, so maybe she got one of her own!
We will be continuing to enjoy Pet Treater for some time to come! What do you think about that, Luke?
Luke: “Thank you, thank you very much.”
And we can’t resist one more: Luke has left the building.
Have you tried Pet Treater yet?
Subscriptions start at $24.99 and go down to $19.99 for a 12 month subscription, and others are available in between. The subscriptions auto renew, but you can cancel at any time. They even have a one time box for $34.99 if you want to give it a try before committing. Email a photo of your pet enjoying their goodies to email@example.com and your dog could be their next PET OF THE MONTH, or be featured in their monthly newsletter that comes with each box!
Be sure to use the discount codes! You can choose between receiving a free bed; code PT-BED, or getting $5.00 off your first box: code LOVE-PT5.
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