PetGiftBox is a monthly pet subscription box for dogs or cats. You’ll get fun toys and a treat for your furbaby/BPF (Best Pet Friend) based on their size and weight.
I am sensing a theme that ties into Memorial Day. It’s fitting for May.
Great commands for the dogs!
I can tell that the items fit the theme perfectly!
The theme for May is Basic Training. Are the dogs ready?
Bella is ready for Basic Training! She is racing over to check everything over.
The items in the May box reflect the military theme. I see a few toys that Odie, half Border Collie/half Labrador Retriever will love.
The Made in the USA Troop Treats (6oz, $8.99) are treat made exclusively for PetGiftBox. Odie gobbled them up. We broke the treats in half for Bella, our 12 pounds Mini Rat Terrier. It took her a little longer to eat half a treat. Both dogs loved the chicken treats. The design and treat shape are perfect for the May box.
The Military Fatigues Bandana fits Bella. She is ready for basic training!
She’s been receiving compliments during her walks around the neighborhood.
The U.S. Army Crinkle Soldiers Dog Toy ($7.99) is a new recruit dog toy. The dogs are excited to have another crinkle toy to play with outside. Bella and Odie love playing tug-of-war together. It has a squeaker in the belly.
Odie loves knotted rope toys! The U.S. Army Knotted Rope Toy ($5.99) is holding up to active play.
It’s Odie’s favorite game. He is having fun with J, age 7.
I found the toy next to my computer desk. I suspect Odie did it. Bella loves ripping her toys to shreds.
Onwards to the doggie pictures. The dogs are on leads which allow me to take pictures away from the tree line. That’s the shady area of our yard!
Play with me!
Life is great!
Odie can’t decide between the Camo Eagle Toy or the Crinkle Soldiers Dog Toy.
Bella sure can open her mouth wide!
I love Bella’s ears in this picture. She has the most expressive ears out of the three dogs.
She is having a great time posing for pictures!
Daisy played with the Camo Eagle for a few moments.
She decided it needed a bath. Then she left the toy because it did not meet her qualifications for being a baby.
The toys and treats fit the PetGiftBox May theme. It was great to see U.S. Army toys which take the net revenue from U.S. Army toys purchases and uses it to support U.S. Army Morale, Welfare, and Recreation programs. The dogs enjoyed playing with the toys. I don’t expect any toy to last a long time if Odie plays with it. It’s my opinion that it’s best to order a longer term subscription to receive the best value for your money. The subscription price is $28.99 monthly and decreases to $18.99 monthly for a 12-month subscription.
The Description: Pet Gift Box tracks down the best treats and toys – and delivers them to your doorstep every month! In fact, they are downright dogged about finding the most purr-fect, the latest and greatest, in high-quality products.
The Price: $28.99 per month