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).
That poor dog! It reminds me of my Lexi when I put her ball on the bookshelf. She has that same crazed look.
DEAL: Through Feb. 12 new Pet Treater subscribers can use code PT-BONUSTOY at checkout to receive a free randomly selected toy in your first box! OR Save $5 on your first box with coupon code LOVE-PT5. OR Get a free pet bed with your first box! Use coupon code FREE-PTBED. ONLY valid on 3, 6, and 12-month plans.
FYI, FIRST TIME subscribers will receive a first time box, which is full of past favorites and will NOT be a themed box.
For some reason, Lexi wasn’t included in this month’s letter. ? So, Lily got a personalized letter from EJ aka Party Animal. EJ shared some new years’ resolutions. My favorite one was “I will NOT seek out only carpet in the house when I need throw up. (You’re welcome human).”
Here’s our January Pet Treater box.
Fresh Solutions | Pet Carpet Wipes ($6.49): These strong wipes contain enzymes to break down stains and eliminate odors caused by pets. We don’t have too many issues with the girls, but it never hurts to have extra cleaning products on hand just in case.
Zanies | Barnyard Unstuffies – Large Mouse ($8.85): This was the creepiest toy to me. It’s a large mouse skin with 2 squeakers. The girls played with this for a little while but then lost interest.
Nylabone | Fun ‘N’ Fit Ball ($3.49): Fill this treat ball to keep your dog entertained as they work to gets treats. While they play, the rubber ridges clean their teeth. Lexi loves balls, and this one was the perfect size for her.
Although I will skip the suggestion to place peanut butter in the side pockets. Sorry, but I have carpets to contend with. Somebody in R&D needed to do a little more research on that suggestion.
To Doggy with Love | Hip & Root ($11.99): This meal supplement contains organic coconut, turmeric, and black pepper. Its rich calcium content supports healthy bones. Lily wasn’t a fan of this, but Lexi loves it mixed in with her dinner.
Oster | Brush & De-Mat Slicker Brush ($7.99): The angled pins on this brush work to remove dead and shedding hair. It also features a non-slip ergonomic handle. I’ve been using this on my girls for the past week and have noticed some reduction in the amount of shedding.
This is after I brushed just one of my fur babies. The struggle against the shed is real in my house, and I think I’m on the losing end of the fight.
Smart n’ Tasty Little Duckies ($6.99): This is a limited-ingredient snack featuring farm-raised duck meat. Since these are more on the crunchy side, I was sure that my girls wouldn’t go for them. They surprised me by gobbling them down and asking for more.
Look at the cute little duck shape.
Here are the girls sniffing out their new treat. I feel like they’re ready for take off every time I look at their ears.
**HUMAN TREAT** Pez Hedz Bearz ($1.64): Non-gummy gummy bear heads. These have a texture similar to gummy bears, but are made without gelatin, making them vegetarian. They were a deliciously fruity snack – grape, peach, and strawberry heads accented with lemon/strawberry/raspberry/blueberry ears.
There was also information on how submit your fur baby for consideration as Pet of the Month.
The January Pet Treater box was just over $47. That’s not bad. Plus, the girls and I got some useful and tasty items. Valentine’s Day is coming up next month, and the theme will be All you need is LOVE… and a DOG. If the holiday doesn’t play into the curation, then I’m all for a Beatles theme.
Have you tried Pet Treater yet?