Pooch Perks Review + Coupon Code – February 2017


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Pooch Perks Review + Coupon Code - February 2017

Pooch Perks sends a hand-packaged box that contains a unique collection of responsibly sourced products based on the highest quality standards. Different toys and treats are shipped every month, so you and your pooch will be surprised with every Perks box. Boxes are available in a variety of sizes including: Pennywise ($20/month): 2-3 items – $25 value, Popular ($29/month): 4 items – $35 value, Pampered ($50/month): 6 items – $60 value.

Pooch Perks
Cost: $20 – $29 – $50/month.
Ships To: United States.
Coupon Code: “RUFF14” for 14% off your first month.

Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own, and no compensation was received.

Pooch Perks Review + Coupon Code - February 2017

Pooch Perks boxes ship via USPS on the 10th and the 25th of every month.  If you register between the 5th and the 20th, your Perks box will ship out on the 25th.  If you register between the 21st and the 4th, your Perks box will ship out on the 10th.

Pooch Perks Review + Coupon Code - February 2017

Pooch Perks Review + Coupon Code - February 2017

As usual, Buddy (my Yorkie), was right next to me when I was opening this box up.

Pooch Perks Review + Coupon Code - February 2017
The February 2017 Pooch Perks theme was “50 Shades of Ruff, ” and our “Pampered Pooch” box included the following items:

~Spunky Pup Squeaky Gems ($7.99): Awww, cute!  It’s a super sturdy heart squeaky toy.  It’s also crazy bouncy, and it floats!  If your dog likes to play in the water, this would be perfect.

Pooch Perks Review + Coupon Code - February 2017

 

~Multipet Loofa Dog Head ($3.99): This doesn’t have stuffing, but does have that super-fun crinkle material inside.  I suspect that noise drives some people crazy, but I love it!

Pooch Perks Review + Coupon Code - February 2017

 

~ZippyPaws Valentine’s Brainey Bear in Love ($9.63): This stuffed toy has one squeaker inside and super cute heart cheeks!  Perfect for a valentine’s gift for your pooch.

Pooch Perks Review + Coupon Code - February 2017

 

~Dog Wine Fetch Me Now (~$3): OMG who even knew such a thing existed?  Not me! Well, wait, I knew there was dog beer, but I didn’t know there was dog wine. It’s non-alcoholic and is made from organic bacon extract and organic salmon oil.  You can pour it over your dog’s dry food to enjoy.

Pooch Perks Review + Coupon Code - February 2017

 

~Down Dog Snacks Appleberry Zensations Flavor ($10): These are handmade in small batches with apple sauce & blueberries.  They are also free from dairy, soy, corn, eggs and wheat.

Pooch Perks Review + Coupon Code - February 2017

 

~Sally Snacks Venison Jerky ($15): Buddy loved these!  I think he could smell them through the package.  They are made from 100% Dehydrated New Zealand Grass Fed VENISON Meat & Turmeric – that’s it.  They weren’t messy either which I appreciated.

Pooch Perks Review + Coupon Code - February 2017

Pooch Perks Review + Coupon Code - February 2017
~Healthy Dogma Jamaican Bacon Flavor Barkers ($5.95): These treats are grain and gluten-free and are made with all-natural ingredients.  Buddy likes softer treats, but he did try (and seem to enjoy) these.  They wouldn’t be his first pick though.

Pooch Perks Review + Coupon Code - February 2017

All totaled I came up with a value of $55.67 for the February 2017 Pooch Perks. They promise a $60+ value, but I use online (not retail prices) which accounts for the difference.

Pooch Perks Review + Coupon Code - February 2017

What do you think of Pooch Perks?  If you are interested in ordering, you can use coupon code “RUFF14” to save 14% off your first order!


About Jennifer

Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include Popsugar Must Have Box, Boxycharm, Mommy Mailbox and Rachel Zoe Box of Style.

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