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). This is a review of the small dog box.
Heads up! I know it’s wrong to laugh, but I couldn’t help myself. Poor guy.
DEAL: For a limited time new Pet Treater subscribers can use code OUTBAR at checkout to receive three FREE OUT Bars with any subscription plan, including 1 time boxes. OR Use LOVE-PT5 to take $5.00 off your first box.
Codes cannot be combined, and are only valid on your first box.
FYI: FIRST TIME subscribers will receive a first time box, which is full of past favorites and will NOT be a themed box.
This month, Pet Treater has swapped out the monthly letter with a mission postcard. For April, Curly is encouraging your pooch to get outside and get active. Use #pettreateractive when posting pictures of your pet and they could be featured as the next postcard Dog of the Month!
Our April Pet Treater box! This was so full, it was bursting at the seams.
Emmy’s Gourmet Canine Creations | Easter Bunny – Three Cheese Pleasers ($1.35): I am coming to expect these monthly (or at least for holidays). These treats feature 3 different cheeses – cheddar, colby, and jack. Unfortunately, my girls like the icing and leave the rest of the treat for cleanup. This will be shared with a friend.
Zanies | Barnyard Unstuffies – Large Mouse ($8.85): If this looks familiar, it’s because it is. The girls received one of these in their January Pet Treater. This unstuffed plush skin features two large squeakers. The girls still play with the one that they have, so this will be gifted. I still think it’s a bit creepy looking.
Pawmegranate | Lamb Strips ($7.99): These all natural treats are made with real pomegranates, cranberries, and proteins. They are also free of gluten, corn, and soy. Since this was a meaty treat, I figured the girls would gobble them up. They did! A whole strip is about 4-5 inches long, so I broke it into smaller portions for my little fur babies.
As you can see, no hesitation from Lily on taking this snack.
Spot | Egg Heads Latex Dog Toys ($8.00 for both?): I searched everywhere for these and, apparently, they don’t exist online. The closest item I could find was this. These little latex aliens have soft squeakers are are very squishy. They reminded me of stress balls. The size is perfect for my pups, who were excited to play with these when they saw them in the box.
BilJac | PBnanas ($5.43): I know that I love the combination of peanut butter and bananas, so I was curious to see if the girls would too (they’re big PB fans already). Made without gluten or soy, these have chicken as the main ingredient and are training sized. There was a brief pause of consideration before Lily and Lexi ate these up. I saw a lot of lip licking and there was a paw tap or two for more. Is that a “winner, winner chicken (and PB and banana) dinner”?
GForGifts | Painted Metal Bookends ($10.00?): I had to guess on the price of these because GforGifts.com is a wholesaler. I did find this on Amazon.com that I thought would be comparable in pricing. I actually need some bookends, and these are perfect for the space I’m thinking of. I think these might be retreivers?!? Anyway, the cut metal design is adorable, and I love the aqua color.
**Pet Treater Human Gift** From Frank | Desk Notes to Make Humans Smile ($12.99): This definitely made me smile. Frank has a face only a mother could love. Maybe, it’s the sad/guilty expression. LOL! This is a nice boxed notepad for your desk. I can’t wait to take these into the office and share some smiles.
Here’s a look at the actual sheets of paper featuring Frank.
There was also information on how to submit your fur baby for consideration as Pet of the Month. Don’t forget to use #pettreateractive when posting pics on social media.
Using the estimates I found, April’s Pet Treater has an approximate value of $55. I would have preferred not to have the repeat items. However, Lily and Lexi liked the new treats and toys they got. Plus, pet mommy was happy with her bookends and notepad. So, at the end of the day, the box was a positive for us and gave us some items to share.
Keeping with the theme of getting active, next month’s box will be related to Backyard Playtme.
Have you tried Pet Treater yet?