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PetGiftBox is a monthly subscription box for your four legged friends – dogs or cats. Each monthly box contains a combination of 4-6 treats, toys, and other great products that have been hand picked for your pet based on their size and weight.
PetGiftBox ships via USPS. Boxes ship the first week of each month and arrival is expected no later then the 15th.
Everything looked so cute!
The December 2015 PetGiftBox theme was “Season’s Greetings & Happy New Year” and included the following:
~Cloud Star Soft & Chewy Gingerbread Treats for Dogs ($5.95): These treats are all-natural and made in the USA! They are soft and chewy and in addition to being the perfect treats for my dogs (which both weigh about 11lbs), they are are so cute! They are shaped like little gingerbread men and the dogs might not appreciate it, but I do!
~Zippypaws Holiday Scarf ($5.99): Baxter really wanted to wear this right away, but I suggested we save it until next year. He’s pretty furry right now though so he doesn’t really need a scar, plus Christmas is over.
~PetGiftBox Gourmet Holiday Blend ($9.99): I don’t know that we’ve ever received a PetGiftBox holiday branded treat! These are Roasted Beef tips and Krunchie Tubes. They are 100% natural with no additives and preservatives.
~Bundle Up Buddy Chew Toy ($9.99): Aww, this is so cute! It’s a sturdy squeaky reindeer and is super cute. It’s sturdy and will easily last for months with my dogs (and kids) playing tug of war with it.
~Pet House Candle Holidays Fur All Candle ($3.49): Believe it or not, I have never received a candle in a pet subscription box before! It makes complete sense to receive one though because, yeah, pets can get a little smelly at times.
~All totaled I came up with a value of $35,41 for the December 2015 PetGiftBox. I always love seeing how they work with their themes because they always do such a great job!
What do you think of PetGiftBox? If you want to give them a try you can head on over to their website and check out all their subscription options. And don’t forget to use the coupon code “suburbanmom” to get 25% off your first box.