PetGiftBox is a monthly subscription box for dogs or cats. A selection of toys, treats, chews and accessories are included based on your pet’s size. With each purchase you can earn points to redeem for free boxes and other great goodies. Plus, each purchase helps feed 10 rescue pets.
PetGiftBox costs $28.99 for a 1-month subscription.
This box was all decked out with items promoting the new abc series, Downward Dog.
DEAL: Save 50% on your first box! Use coupon code HELLOSUB50.
May’s PetGiftBox theme was “Eat.Play.Bond.” The information card shows a list of the items, a short description, and their retail prices.
The back of the card comes with summer safety tips for your pet.
All of the items in my May PetGiftBox.
Downward Dog Chew Tennis Ball: A promotional “tennis” ball, this dog-specific version was slightly smaller than the actual thing, and it had a little less bounce, too. Not to mention that it is blue!
Downward Dog Fetch! Flyer: A small frisbee for your dog to chase down and catch. It’s an inch or two smaller in diameter than standard, so it packs easier – its also lighter, so it carries less force for gentle catches.
Hickory Smoked Tail Wagger: This giant rib bone is the ultimate treat for bone-loving dogs! The thin profile makes it easy to carry and obsess over.
Smoked to perfection, it has lots of yummy, shriveled membrane attached for your dog’s chewing pleasure.
Downward Dog Folding Dog Bowl: A collapsible bowl to let you and your best friend take to the road.
The bowl has ample room for big dog portions.
A small carabiner helps with stowing, and a tiny front pocket lets you pack an extra treat or two.
Gigwi Ball With Strap (£8.99, about $11.59): This peculiar toy takes a hollow, rubber chew and adds loop of webbing for ease of tossing. The surfaces has alternating pineapple and knobby panels.
The design incorporates a cool muting feature, allowing you to leave the toy as a squeaker or disable it for quiet time.
The black plug affixes to the ball in squeaking mode.
Pushing it in disables the sound. This is really unique!
YogHound YoPup Happy Belly ($5.99): All-natural, wheat-free, crunchy dog treats.
A yogurt drizzle provides probiotics to aid your dog’s digestion.
The biscuits are a good size for treating. I like the small puck shape – it is easier for Lindy to pick up of the wood floor than most yogurt-covered cookies, which are typically flatter and have rounded edges.
She seemed very receptive to them, making crazy face!
She also found the ball quite captivating.
Lindy’s attempt at Downward Dog (which she actually performs quite often but was not willing to today!).
She even begged for the tennis ball – they are the perfect dog toy.
A card reminded us of the premier of the new series.
It even had a code for early access to the premier!
Pet Gift Box had lots of great stuff. The toys were tossing toys, designed for active dogs who love to chase, catch, and fetch. The TV show tie-in was a little unusual for a dog subscription box, but it worked!