Pet Treater is a monthly dog treat, toy, and accessory box. Each box shipped results in a bag of treats, toy or accessory donated to a shelter in need. Choose from 3 size options (based on weight) to find the right fit for your furry friend – Small (0-20 pounds), Medium (21-50 pounds), and Large (51 + pounds).
I love that there’s a personalized letter for the girls in each box. Oh, doggy ice cream – the girls will be so excited!
FYI: FIRST TIME subscribers will receive a first time box, which is full of past favorites and will NOT be a themed box.
It’s terrible to admit this, but my first thought was that Lexi could have posed for that meme. She’s always up for a meal. LOL!
This month, the girls received a letter from Dexter. He had lots to tell them about why November was his favorite month and included the finer points on eating, sleeping, and being thankful. One of my favorite tips from Dexter was, “wait until something called ‘football’ comes on the TV. The bigger humans can’t take their eyes off of it, and you can sneak whatever you want off the table.”
Our November Pet Treater box.
Dingo Market Cuts – Chicken & Sweet Potato Wraps ($9.95): Slices of sweet potato wrapped in chicken and made into jerky. I was surprised by how much the girls love these treats. While they will gobble up any kind of jerky, they have not been the biggest fans of sweet potato “fries.” Even Lily (my picky eater) ate the whole thing, not just the chicken!
PetZip Goody Ball ($7.99): This is an interactive toy for your pups. Place a treat or 2 into the center of the ball and watch your dog work to get it out. The ball is 3″ in diameter and made of plastic rubber. This is a little big for my girls and will be passed on to a friend.
Puppy Cake Puppy Scoops Ice Cream Mix – Vanilla ($6.99): So, I actually squealed when I saw this in the box. We are ice cream fans in this house, but the girls only get to lick bowls because too much lactose causes upset tummies. They like their Frosty Paws, but it’s not with the same enthusiasm. This is actual ice cream formulated for dogs! All you need to do is add water and freeze. The ingredients are simple: lactose-free whole milk, evaporated cane juice, gelatin, natural vanilla flavor, and salt. As you’ll see later, it was a huge hit.
Here’s our Puppy Scoops in the container after a couple of scoops. The texture is similar to human ice cream, just a bit less creamy.
Kikkerland Rope Dog Toy – Giraffe ($7.99): I think this little guy is super adorable. He’s made from cotton fibers and natural dyes. The corded construction is designed to clean your fur baby’s teeth as they play. Since this is a longer piece, he has become a new tug toy for the girls to play with together.
Emmy’s Gourmet Canine Creations – Thanksgiving Turkey in 3 Cheese Pleasers ($1.35): A Thanksgiving day treat made from one my girls’ favorite snacks – CHEESE.
Regent Products 4×6 Dog Frame ($??): An adorable frame to hold a picture of your 4-legged child. I wasn’t able to find this online, but this brand is known for being a Dollar Store supplier.
Regent Products Pets Wall Plaque ($??): This can match back to the frame or stand alone in your pet-themed decor. It has me singing the Beatles classic… All you need is love (bum-da-da-da-dum).
*HUMAN TREAT* Baron Chocolatier Sea Salt & Caramel Milk Chocolate Bar ($2.13): You had me at chocolate. I thought the frame and plaque were my gifts, so the chocolate was a nice addition. Sweet and creamy with the right touch of salty all melded with the goodness of chocolate. YUM!!!
There was also a coupon for $50 off your first 2 boxes from Hello Fresh. If you’re interested in signing up, be sure to check out these Hello Subscription offers:
Take $40 off your first box. Use coupon code 7UT7K8.
And, now for Lily and Lexi in action…
Patiently waiting for mommy to get them a treat. Lexi (at the top of the pic) always lies down when given the sit command. It’s one of her little quirks.
Lexi enjoying her chicken & sweet potato wrap. She didn’t stray too far down the hall.
Lily, though, had to take her treat to the safe zone of her bed.
Ice cream time!
Ice cream is more important than a photo op.
Without having a price for the picture frame or wall plaque, I estimate this month’s Pet Treater to have a value near $36. Factoring those in would bring the box over the $40 mark, I think. The girls and I are enjoying the items we received. I like that I can eat my ice cream in peace since they have their own bowls, so that is my favorite thing this month. We can’t wait to see what December’s box will hold.
Have you tried Pet Treater yet?