Loot Pets November 2017 Review & Coupon

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Loot Pets is a monthly dog subscription box from Loot Crate. Every month, they select an assortment of geeky gear for your dog that matches the Loot Crate theme for the month.

NOTE: Loot Pets is CLOSED and this is their final crate. Check out other dog subscription boxes in our directory!

The box is $15 plus shipping (total $20 monthly in the US). Each crate includes themed treats and geeky toys, accessories, or wearables.

DEAL:  Save $3 on your first month of any other Loot Crate box with coupon code SAVE3 or, save 10% on your entire subscription with coupon code HELLOSUBSCRIPTION!

The theme for the last box is Greatest Hits!

Loot Pets has an information card that shows the items included in the box. Wearables were included from time-to-time, but the focus is on toys, treats, and other cool stuff.

Everything in the November Loot Pets box!

Firefly Troublemaker Dog Bowl. Our furbabies need a new feeder bowl, so this arrived at a perfect time. The design is based on a T-shirt made famous by mercenary Jayne Cobb in the sci-fi series Firefly.

The 10 oz. yellow dish bowl is made of ceramic.

Troublemaker, I think that’s the perfect word to describe our pups! There’s also a rubber ring at the base of the bowl to hold it in place and to protect surfaces.

Alien VS Predator Collar Pendant. This pendant can be attached to a dog’s collar. It is made with enamel so I think it will last long. The design is kind of scary, but we’ll see if Dean or Lindy likes it!

Weyland-Yutani Corp Adjustable Pet Collar – Small. Speaking of collar, there’s also one included in the box. It comes in small size to fit smaller dogs.

This is designed based on the Alien anthology. Weyland-Yutani Corp. is primarily a technology supplier, manufacturing synthetics, spaceships and computers.

We did have a mind-blowing discovery that we didn’t catch last time – even our Firefly freaks didn’t realize that Weyland-Yutani is also part of the Firefly universe! I felt my brain being cranked open over that one.

It is small yet it can be adjusted for different types of small dogs, and the material is durable so it won’t easily wear out.

Grab A Bit Plush Pizza Slice ($21.91) This delicious looking toy is made of durable materials, fit for play time of biting and chewing! Also it has a squeaker and has reinforced stitching to withstand the pup’s bites! We didn’t get this version the first time around so we were pretty pumped, bc pizza.

Chicken Cranberry Stuffinz. The goodness of chicken and cranberries are all rolled into this yummy dog treat!

These all-natural sausage bites definitely kept our pets busy munching, and they kept asking us for more!

These are ideal as a treat or a light snack. The pack is also great for sharing!

Mach-3 Munchies Beefy Treats For Dogs. Another bag of yummy treats was included in the box, and it’s packed with the goodness of beef!

It’s grain and gluten-free, so we don’t feel guilty letting Dean and Lindy munch on them as treats!

Mach 3 is three times the speed of sound and with these treats, the pups will definitely beat that speed on munching!

This box is a mish-mash of stuff for the pups! We love the ceramic dish bowl and the adjustable collar that fits Dean really well! Both of our pups love the squeaky pizza too, they even played tug with it! Well, who wouldn’t love pizza? Loot Pets impressed us once again with the cool and high-quality stuff – sadly, the December box was their last box. They made an announcement regarding this last November and for those who still has crates remaining for 2018, they said they’re going to issue a refund. Some members may need to check their email and respond with a paypal address because of a credit card processor change.

In the meantime, you can check out other Dog Subscription Boxes in our directory!

What did you think about this month’s Loot Pets items & theme?


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