PetGiftBox Dog Subscription Box Review + 50% Off Coupon – December 2016

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PetGiftBox is a monthly pet subscription box for dogs or cats. PetGiftBox tracks down the best treats and toys for your furbaby/BPF (Best Pet Friend) based on their size and weight. In fact, they are downright dogged about finding the most purr-fect, the latest and greatest, in high-quality products. Plus, with every purchase you help feed 10 rescue pets!

I love the seasonal decor on the box and interior wrapping. It’s so festive!

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Here’s our very first look inside. How adorable is that gingerbread man?!?

The information card had a greeting from the PetGiftBox team and details on the Refer-A-Friend program. There was also a brief description of the items in the box and their suggested retail (MSRP).

Here’s the full reveal of the December PetGiftBox!

Pawprint Ornament (MSRP $7.99): This kit contains everything you need to make a personalized keepsake ornament of your pet. Since I have two dogs, I’m ordering another kit so that I can cast both girls’ paws. No favoritism from this pet parent. LOL.

Yappy Howlidays Treats (MSRP $6.99): These are retailing at $5.99 on the Polkadog Bakery website, but that does not include costs for taxes and shipping. These handmade treats are grain free and feature three simple ingredients – (locally sourced) duck liver, potato flour, and honey. I was worried that my fur babies wouldn’t like these since they’re picky eaters, but after a few sniffs these were gone! Training treat sized snacks like these are the perfect portion size for my girls who are 10lbs each.

Candy Cane Collar (MSRP $7.99): Infused with essential oils, these collars from Mascot Pet Products provide a pleasant scent experience for you and your pet for up to 30 days. I love peppermints and candy canes but don’t like peppermint in air fresheners and frangrances. Weird, I know. Alas, this will be passed on. While I was able to find these collars, I couldn’t find an exact match for sale anywhere.

Candy Cane Toy (MSPR $8.99): This is a 10″ fuzzy plush candy cane toy that features a squeaker. The length of this allows my girls to get a good game of tug o’ war going. Plus, they love finding the squeakers in their toys. The girls snuck this out of the box when I wasn’t looking. Sneaky little things.

Gingerbread Man Toy (MSRP $9.99): Made from a corduroy-like material with sewn details, this toy is great for your little cuddlers. It also contains a squeaker to keep your pups entertained. This was my favorite toy between the two because it was so cute.

The girls after unpacking their box and a round of play time. Don’t they look innocent… NOT! Lily (left) is the toy bandit and is sitting on a plush, while Lexi (right) likes to hide and cuddle with mommy’s slippers.

The December PetGiftBox contained nearly $42 in products. I thought the curation was on point for the Christmas/seasonal theme. The girls enjoyed the Yappy Howlidays treats and their new toys. I can’t wait to set the paw print ornaments on the tree next year!

What did you think of this edition of PetGiftBox? Let me know by sharing a comment below.

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