Pooch Perks Review – April 2017


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Pooch Perks Review - April 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.   The now offer a Standard Popular Pooch Box ($35.95/month), a Custom Pooch Box (price varies based on selection) and a Sample Box ($16.95/month) which includes two item from previous boxes.  I received the Standard Pooch Box which includes 4-5 fun treats and toys made in the USA.

Pooch Perks
Cost: $36.95/month ($31.95 + $5 S/H)
Ships To: Continental United States ($5).  Outlying Islands and Alaska ($10)
Coupon Code: Prices decreases with longer subscription plans.

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

Pooch Perks Review - April 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 - April 2017

Pooch Perks Review - April 2017

Pooch Perks Review - April 2017

The April 2017 Standard Popular Pooch Pooch Perks box included the following items, which were a selection of staff favorites from previous boxes:

~KONG Cozie ($5.49): I knew this looked familiar and that’s because it actually was sent in my January 2017 Poock Perks as well.  My dogs love this little lion, but I was surprised to get a duplicate item so close together.

Pooch Perks Review - April 2017

Pooch Perks Review - April 2017

 

~Grandma Lucy’s Pure Formance Starters ($13.69): These stink, but the dogs loved them.  They are freeze-dried, all-natural and their website has an ingredient sourcing map, so you can see exactly where everything going into these treats are coming from.

Pooch Perks Review - April 2017

 

~Down Dog Snacks Appleberry Zensations Flavor ($10): These grain-free, all-natural snacks are made with applesauce and blueberries.  They are on the crunchy side, so I am going to pass them along to my brother’s dogs to enjoy. Note: These were also sent in the February 2017 Box.

Pooch Perks Review - April 2017

 

~Kong Tugga Wubba ($3.49): Perfect for tug-of-war!  It will work nicely for playing fetch too, which is Buster’s new favorite game.

Pooch Perks Review - April 2017

~Redbarn Barn Bagel ($1.77): This looks like it’s going to be a mess, so I am going to save it for a nice day when they can have it outside.  The outside is a rawhide mixture, and the core has a peanut butter filling.  I should be able to cut this into pieces so both dogs can have some.

Pooch Perks Review - April 2017

~Dog Wine – Fetch Me Grigio (~$3): We received the “Red” wine in the February 2017 Box, and now we get to try the white.  It is non-alcoholic and made from organic bacon extract and organic salmon oil.  The dogs are happy enough with their food, but pouring this over it makes it extra special.

Pooch Perks Review - April 2017

~Petsmile Pet Toothpaste Sample: The box also included a small sample of dog toothpaste.  Buddy wasn’t excited about this, but I was!

Pooch Perks Review - April 2017

All totaled the April 2017 Pooch Perks had a value of nearly $38.  I like the idea of a past favorites box, but wish they would have included an older toy that maybe we had destroyed by now.  Boxes may be different, though, so let me know what was included in yours!

What do you think of Pooch Perks?  If you are interested in ordering, you can find out more here.


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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