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.
It’s time for the pups to learn how to be fire dogs.
The doggies are going to love playing with the fire hydrant.
The August theme is Fire Rescue. The information card contains the items, description, and prices.
The August 2016 box will have the doggies prepared.
Every dog loves fire hydrants! The PrideBites Fire Hydrant Dog Toy ($9.99) is made out of durable foam and fleece with a squeaker sewn into a pouch. It floats on water and is a fun fetch toy. Both Odie and Bella enjoyed playing with the toy. This toy is the second toy I received from PrideBites this month. I was curious about the claim of being the Toy of the Year. They received the Pet Toy of the Year 2012 award from Pet Business Magazine which is a pet industry magazine.
The MultiPet Fire Hydrant ($9.18) is made out of real fire hose material. I hope it lasts longer than the other fire hose material toy Odie received in August! He enjoyed playing with the crinkling toy.
The Pet GiftBox Animal Rescue Window Decals ($6.99) are useful and fit the theme perfectly. We have similiar window decals on our bedroom windows already at our main house. I am going to use them on the farm which has many windows.
The Made in Canada Off Leash Smokey Beef Recipe (5.29 oz, $4.49) is a delicious treat that has beef as the second ingredient. Daisy is happy because it has no chicken! All three dogs barked that it was woofilicious.
The Big Bakes Peanut Butter and Jelly Treat (5.2 oz, $5.99) was enjoyed by all three dogs. They give it four paws up. It was a giant-size treat!
Time for dog pictures!
Daisy is enjoying first dibs on the Peanut Butter and Jelly treat. She ate about a third of the cookie.
Bella knows her way around a fire hydrant. She is chomping down on the toy.
Big toys don’t slow her down.
Odie is playing fetch with the PrideBites fire hydrant toy which is almost as much fun as tug-of-war. He has cute floppy ears!
Bella conquered the MultiPet Fire Hydrant Toy.
Odie is asking my sister to play with him. He loves to play all day.
It’s tug-of-war time with the fire hydrant!
The doggies enjoyed their August Pet GiftBox. They had fun playing with their toys, and their tummies are full of delicious treats. Everything fitted the theme perfectly! The value is over $36.00 which is great for a dog box. 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