Loot Pets December 2016 Review & Coupon

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Loot Pets is a monthly dog subscription box from Loot Crate! Every month they select an assortment of geeky gear for your dog that matches the Loot Crate theme for the month.

DEAL: Save $3 on your first month with coupon code SAVE3 or, save 10% on your entire subscription with coupon code HELLOSUBSCRIPTION!

This month’s theme was REVOLUTION!

Loot Pets has an information card that shows the items included in the box. Starting this month, Loot Pets has undergone a small revolution of its own — they are changing up the contents and pricing a bit.  The price of the box has been lowered by $5 a month, making it an even better deal. While the overall theme will still match that of the Loot Crate for the month, they won’t include an exact-match wearable with every month’s box. Wearables will still be included from time-to-time, but the focus will be on toys, treats, and other cool stuff.

Everything in the December Loot Pets box!

Invader Zim Dog Bandana: this lightweight bandana features Zim’s companion GIR in his mongoose-dog disguise.  This is lightweight enough that our dog didn’t mind wearing it, but it is fairly tough, with extra stitching reinforcing the perimeter.

Loot Pets First Anniversary Pet Charm:  It’s hard to believe it’s been a year already!

Zippypaws Nobu the Ninja Warriorz Plush ($9.99):  This durable plush is soft on the outside, but it doesn’t have any stuffing. a crinkly plastic insert makes it interesting for your dog without dooming y0ur ninja to a fate of ingestion. The ninja is one of five warrior archetypes that you could receive. Though he is called “Nobu,” I don’t think he’s actually intended to be The Hand leader, Nobu Yoshioka.

Loving Pets Hacker_snacks.exe Beef Dog Treats:  Made from real beef, these jerky style snacks were a hit with our dog.  As always, Loot Pets has a custom wrapper for their treats so they match the theme perfectly.

Full nutritional info is included on the packaging.  These are gluten and grain free, and made in the U.S.A.

The treats are jerky type, but they are pressed from chopped bits, so they can be torn easily for portioning.

Adult Swim Rick and Morty Snowball Pet Blanket:  This adorable, plush throw commemorates the episode “Lawnmower Dog,” when Snuffles dubbed himself Snowball and constructed a mechanical suit.

The throw is tall enough (about 5′) to easily cover a lounging human.

The design side is nice and soft.

The reverse has a French Terry type loop texture. It’s not plush like the face, but it is soft.

Lindy found it to be the perfect way to avoid splinters while sunning herself on the porch.

We are really glad that Loot Pets changed things up a bit. Lower price is always good, but we also are happy to see a focus on treats and toys instead of always having a wearable.  Lindy isn’t crazy about shirts, and the new formula means better value and more items we really like.

What did you think about this month’s Loot Pets items & theme?


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  • PA Anna

    I think that is the first time I seen a doggy throw in a pet box! My dogs love blankets. We received the Zippy Paws Warriors in a different pet box. Bella and Odie loved playing tug of war with it.