Though we’ve had some gorgeous days this spring, we’ve also been having our share of April showers! When we can’t be outdoors having tunnel fun, it’s a great time to see what came in our latest Pet Treater subscription box.
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This might actually be our last, or next to last, Pet Treater full box review (don’t tell Luke yet!). We’ve been doing this for a while, off and on, and the truth is we have quite a collection of toys! Even though Luke tends to destroy some of the new toys, sometimes those end up being the favorites with Cricket, so they stick around. We have so many, I need to buy either a bigger or an additional toy box! We need time on the blog for some new things we’ve got going on too, and changing things up keeps things fresh.
We still love this product, and you’ll see an affiliate link in our sidebar, and we’ll still share about them from time to time. They’ve been with us through some birthdays, holidays, and lots of down time when we needed the entertainment! They are also going to send us a new offering they have to try, so stay tuned for that.
On to this month’s box, with the theme “Spring Into Action”.
Along with the always favorite Emmy’s Treat, a cute little Easter bunny cheese cookie (which Luke always shares with Cricket), we got these two bags of treats:
I immediately added these to our treat pouch for training and nose works. It’s always good to put something new in there, and the BilJac treats* are small, and the Pawmegranate strips were easily broken into small pieces. They kept the crew motivated!
We always receive two toys and wait to see which Luke will play with first. The grunting PetLou Badger was his instant favorite…..
…..that was until I gave the Crinkle Soldiers US Army dog toy* to Cricket, then he had to have that too! The cute dog soldier is made by Bow-Wow Pet, and proceeds from sales of this licensed toy provide support to US Army programs.
It’s never good when Luke takes a toy to the bedroom. That is where most toys go to get, um, eviscerated……
As always, Pet Treater includes goodies for the Momz, and I was excited about some new products to help me organize my desk (which is always a mess). These dog bookends from G! even match an organizer I already had.
The box of desk notes “from Frank”* really do make humans smile with their cute dog and cat pictures. They are definitely something I will put to good use – I am always jotting notes everywhere!
Have you tried Pet Treater yet? They put such a great group of products together, and every month is a fun theme. May’s box will be “Backyard Playtime”.
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. Share a photo of your pet staying active on social media using the hashtag #pettreateractive, and your dog could be the next postcard dog of the month!
Be sure to use the discount code PT-BED for a free bed with your first order!