Pooch Perks Review – May 2017


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Pooch Perks Review - May 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 - May 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 - May 2017

Pooch Perks Review - May 2017

Pooch Perks Review - May 2017

The May 2017 Standard Popular Pooch Barks N’ BBQ themed Pooch Perks box included the following items:

~So Bright Beef Liver Recipe Treats ($2): These treats are made in the USA, have no artificial flavors or preservatives and have no by-products included.  My dogs lean more towards the softer, chewier treats, so I will be passing these on!

Pooch Perks Review - May 2017

 

~Preen Pets Just Chicken ($4.59): These look pretty gross, but were a hit with my dogs.  They are made from 100% USDA Chicken Meat, are all-natural, preservative free and additive free.  The treats are chewy like jerky and don’t get gobbled up in seconds which I feel like is a good thing.

Pooch Perks Review - May 2017

Pooch Perks Review - May 2017

 

~Ruff Ruff Couture Cheeseburger ($5.99): This is perfect for the theme this month.  It has a built-in squeaker and is super cute.

Pooch Perks Review - May 2017

 

~Soft Flex Airball ($4.98): LOL!  I am afraid to let my kids get a hold of this in the house.  They will launch it like a football across the room.  It’s made of a durable plastic and has a built-in squeaker. It’s an outside toy for sure.

Pooch Perks Review - May 2017

 

~Pet Qwerks Flavorit Nylon Bone (Small) ($4.99): This bone is infused with human-grade chicken flavoring and can be enjoyed alone or with a spreadable treat in it.  The tiny flavor cells are designed to hold just enough to get your dog to chew on it, but not so much that they’re getting so many calories.  Buster (our puppy who likes to chew) wasn’t interested in it alone, so I will need to find some spreadable treats and see what he thinks.

Pooch Perks Review - May 2017

 

~Champion Life Eco-Friendly Poop Bags ($10.99): No explanation needed here!  Every pet owners needs poop bags right?  This package includes 60 eco-friendly bags – 15 in each roll, which should last a few months.

Pooch Perks Review - May 2017

All totaled the May 2017 Pooch Perks had a value of $33.54.  That’s less than the cost of the box, but in all fairness, I did use internet pricing (not retail pricing), and I never include shipping costs in my calculation.

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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