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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.
The February 2016 PetGiftBox theme was “Tail-Gate Party” and included the following items:
~Love Buddy Stuffed Toy ($13.49): This cow is adorable! I’d describe it as a cross between a stuffed animal and a rope toy. It kind of reminded me of the Chick-Fil-A cow.
~Isle of Dogs Smiles Heart Shaped Treats ($5.59): These treats feature “Immune Defense Protein, which supports the growth of “good bacteria” and inhibits the growth of bad breath bacteria”. My dogs don;t typcially go for crunchy treats, but Buddy (my yorkie) gobbled these right up.
~Zanies Baby Love Soft Toy ($9.03): This is super soft and has a not-super-annnoying squeaker inside. My 3 year-old loves to get the dogs all riled up with the squeaker toys and this is perfect for it. It’s big enough for him to grab and for the dogs to grab at the same time too.
~Love is in the Air Magnet ($5.99): I can’t see myself putting this on my car (although I do really love my dogs), but I am thinking maybe the fridge in the basement?
~Bubba Roses I Love Woof! Gourmet Cookie ($3.99): Our cookie arrived broken, but it didn’t matter. I would have ended up breaking it myself so the dogs could share. They spent most of their time licking the frosting off, but they seemed to enjoy it.
All totaled I came up with a value of $38.09 for the February 2016 PetGiftBox. It was Valentine’s Day themed, but the dogs didn’t seem to mind that it arrived after the 14th. As always, the items were high-quality and fit in well with the theme.
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.