Wigglebutt Box Dog Subscription Box Review – March 2018

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Wigglebutt Box is a subscription box of “yummy and fun surprises for you and your dog that are delivered right to your door every month.” Each box contains a seasonal kerchief, a roll of poop bags, and a combination of 3-5 toys/treats/accessories. Boxes are tailored to your pet’s size and toy treatment. Pet parents are not forgotten either; there’s a gift included for you too! Plans start at $35/month, but you can increase your savings by choosing a longer subscription option (3-month, 6-month, and annual plans available). Plus, a portion of the proceeds from every box sold will go towards an animal charity.

I get the small dog/average play Wigglebutt box for my fur babies, Lily and Lexi.

I guess April and Mia are ready to leave the winter snows behind and head off for Spring Break.

The information card has a list of box contents along with a brief description and prices. Unless noted otherwise, the prices below are the same as on the card.

Everything in our March Wigglebutt Box!

MultiPet | Dreamworks “Puss In Boots” ($14.29): Puss In Boots is one of my favorite characters from the Shrek series, and this little guy is almost too cute to give to the girls. I half expect him to pull out his épée and start a fight when we go to play with him. He is 12″ tall (nearly as tall as Lily when she’s sitting) and features one squeaker in his belly.

MultiPet | Nuts for Knots Rope with Tennis Ball ($8.50): I like that this toy is multi-functional; ball for fetch, rope for tug play, and knots to satisfy chewing urges. The rope is made from soft cotton. This is great for playing fetch with Lexi or letting the girls play tug o’ war with each other.

Rachael Ray | Pawsta Beef Stuffed Riggies ($2.95): This treat is designed to look like rigatoni and has an Italian-style beefy center. One treat can easily be split between the girls.

Kettle Creek Farms | Turkey Beastie Bar ($1.99): Great for “on the go” parents and pets, Beastie Bars are individually wrapped protein-based dog treats. Treats are formulated for easy digestion and contain a strategic blend of fruits and veggies such as sweet potato, pumpkin, apples, and bananas.

Jones | 7″ Beef Rib Bone ($2.95): This is an all natural 100% beef bone from the USA. The ribs are slow roasted with a hint of smoke and have tidbits of meat on them. They are free of artificial colors or flavors. The timing of this was perfect – the girls just finished the ones that they received for Lily’s birthday (she turned 4 on March 1st).

**Parent Gift**  Luggage Wrap ($12.00): Each subscriber received a personalized neoprene luggage wrap to help quickly identify your bag when traveling. I think the bone background (same as on the Wigglebutt boxes) is super adorable, and the yellow is definitely eye-catching!

Wigglebutt Box | Seasonal Kerchief ($6.00): I really like this grey and white zig-zag pattern. We received a similar toned grey and white scarf a few boxes ago… so now I can have the girls in a matching color scheme. Très chic!

Amazon | Dog Waste Bags ($0.50): Thanks to Wigglebutt, I haven’t had to buy bags since we started our subscription. Although it is a small cost savings, every little bit helps. I’m really grateful for the inclusion each month.

Our March Wigglebutt Box had a listed value around $49, excluding the cost of shipping (an $8 value that is listed on the information card). I only noticed a slight difference in price on a few items (not enough to note). While I appreciate getting a parent gift, I wish that cost would go towards something more for my girls, such as another treat. Looking at this month’s assortment of items, the parent gift was the second most expensive item. If you remove the luggage wrap, the value of the box drops to $37 – just a few dollars more than the cost of a single box. For a pet-centered subscription, the parent gift shouldn’t be such a large part of the value (but that’s just my opinion).

Regardless, the girls were thoroughly happy with their box and loved everything (seriously, they didn’t hesitate with any of the treats). That makes me a very happy momma. Due to their aversion to any biscuit/cookie treat, we usually end up giving away one or more snacks that come in a box; not this time. Plus, each girl got to have a toy all to herself (Lily took Puss, while Lexi was true to form with the ball-rope toy).

Lily checking out Puss In Boots

Lexi taking a piece of the Pawsta.

Lily and her piece of Pawsta.

What did you think of this month’s Wigglebutt Box? Leave a comment below and let me know.

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