Tuesday, September 6, 2016

PetGiftBox August 2016 Small Dog Box Review and 50% Off Coupon

Today I had to take Dexter in to Petco to get his nails clipped. He hates it, of course, but his nails are black and I'd rather he despise someone else for doing it rather than giving me reproachful looks for the rest of the day. While I was there, I realized just how great having a subscription box for toys and treats is.

Wandering the aisles and noticing how much everything costs showed me that I'm getting a good deal on what shows up every month for the boys. PetGiftBox is one of the dog boxes we get and they tend to send toys and treats other boxes don't. Whether that's good or bad depends on each particular box. If you are looking for high quality toys, this isn't the box for you. If you have a dog who tends to shred everything anyway, take a look.

The Cost: $28.99/month

What You Get: Each monthly box contains a combination of 4-6 treats, toys, and other great products that have been hand picked for your pet.

Multi-Pet Fire Hose Toy- I wasn't too sure about this toy since it's almost as long as Bugsy is but the crunch of the water bottle satisfied him.

Fire Hydrant- This is made of some kind of rip stop material and it works pretty well. It took a long time for Bugsy to get the squeaker out. :D
Off Leash Smoked Beef Treats- These are perfect training treats and I've purchased these myself (before I got boxes like these). It's always nice to have more.

Big Bakes Cookies- Two huge sweet potato cookie treats. The boys love sweet potatoes and I'm sure they'll love these. I'm probably going to break them in half, though, since they're pretty big and I don't want fat dogs.
Rescue Me Stickers- I've never thought about this but I would be so thankful if firefighters knew to get my dogs out. Or at least look for them if they ran off. I read a story recently about the flooding in Louisiana and it said firefighters managed to rescue almost two hundred pets. I'm glad they did that!

VERDICT: I was skeptical about the toys in this month's box but they've actually been holding up really well. Not only that, the toy I thought he'd hate he actually has been running around with (and hilariously tripping over!) and crunching on. I always appreciate that the treats in PetGiftBox are made in the USA. While I don't mind Australian or Canada, I *do* mind China and no treats have every come from there. Thankfully. The toys that PetGiftBox sends are what I would consider low to medium quality. You're unlikely to find Kong or well known brands in these boxes but you will get a variety of toy types.

If you would like to sign up for PetGiftBox, you can get 50% off your first box with code BITSANDBOXES.

*affiliate links were used in this post. this box was sent complimentary for review purposes. all opinions are mine.

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