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.
I get this same silly look from Lexi whenever I find her Becco ball and offer to play fetch. I still haven’t determined if she just likes the feel of the ball or is afraid that Lily will steal it.
DEAL: For a limited time new Pet Treater subscribers can use code BARKICECREAM at checkout to receive to receive Two Free Pints of Puppy Cake Ice Cream your first box! 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, Curly is sending Pet Treater pups on a mission to get outside and run around like crazy until nap time. Use #pettreaterplaytime when posting pictures of your pet and they could be featured as the next postcard Dog of the Month!
May’s Pet Treater box – let’s see what the girls got.
Smart Paw | Honeycomb Big Bone ($12.57): This chew toy features honeycomb construction that can be stuffed with small treats. The toy bounces on hard surfaces and floats in water. This is designed for strong chewers. In my opinion, this is better for smaller dogs. The material is soft and likely wouldn’t stand up well to larger dogs.
Bow Wow Pets | Champion Toys 5-pc. Sports Set ($??): This set contains five soft sports balls with squeakers in a convenient carrying case. Your pooch can show off their athletic prowess with a tennis ball, soccer ball, football, basketball, and baseball. Take these outside and help your pet complete their May mission. I couldn’t find this online, but the closest price estimates I found were between $10-$15.
Outward Hound | PupStop Barrier ($8.55): This barrier keeps your pet safe in the back seat by creating a barrier to keep them from climbing up front. It is made with a sturdy water resistant fabric and has adjustable straps to fit most vehicles. Thankfully, my girls are good travelers and don’t need this. So, it’s going to my sister – her fur babies insist on climbing through the car.
Vegalicious | Healthy Food Enhancer ($7.99): This enhancer is a super formula full of natural antioxidants, omegas, and prebiotics that can be served over wet or dry food. Packaged in a spice grinder, each twist provides a fresh dose of goodness for your dog. I have super picky eaters, and this got mixed results. Lexi downed it with her dinner, while Lily did her best to eat around it (she nosed through to the bottom of her bowl to eat).
Vegalicious | Healthy Popped Snacks – Pea Medley ($2.49): These air popped doggie chips are free of animal proteins, grains, dairy, gluten, wheat, corn, and soy. They are low in calories too. Use them as treats or crumble onto food as a topper. I was surprised that the girls liked these on first try. However, the second time I gave these out had less successful results. Alas, the trials of having finicky eaters returned.
Vegalicious | Healthy Treat Bars – Crazy Coconut ($2.99): One bar contains up to 40 servings, depending on the portion size you give your dog. The bar breaks cleanly and does not crumble. Like the popped snacks, this is free of all animal proteins, grains, dairy, gluten, wheat, corn, and soy. The girls loved this bar and gobbled up each serving every time!
**Pet Treater Human Gift** From Frank | A Journal to Make Humans Smile ($14.99): This is currently available on Amazon.com for $8.44. Seeing Frank always makes me smile; something about that face makes me happy. The hardcover 128-page lined journal features pictures and thoughts from Frank and his friends. Here’s a brief description to help you identify each member of the group:
Frank and all his friends on a mission to make humans smile. Enjoy hilarious images and snarky quotes of the entire From Frank™ gang:
Frank a studly French Bulldog, the group leader and a true ladies man.
Walter a grumpy Labrador Retriever who’s seen it all and drops pearls of wisdom through snide remarks.
Big Louie is a slow chubby sloppy English Bulldog who may not know the right thing to do. However he is always good for a laugh… Even at his own expense.
Lulu McFluff is a mixed breed who sometimes gets lost in her own neighborhood. But this optimist always finds the bright side of things even when it isn’t appealing.
Izzy a high maintenance tabby cat- a sleek sassy sex kitten. Forever up to no good, Izzy’s the type of friend who will always tell you if that dress makes you look fat.
A quick look inside. This page features things Frank considered eating today (sock, bug, leaf, newspaper, and paper clip).
There was also information on how to submit your fur baby for consideration as Pet of the Month. Don’t forget to use #pettreaterplaytime when posting pics on social media.
The May Pet Treater box is valued around $60. Sorry that there weren’t pictures of the girls this month. We’re in the process of packing for a move and this pet parent did not allow new toys to come out for play. The Vegalicious food items were hit and miss for us. On the bright side, the girls love their new toys and I’m still smiling over my journal.
With the summer months on the way, Pet Treater continues to take advantage of the outdoors. Next month’s them is Fun in the Sun.
Have you tried Pet Treater yet?