I have never accepted anything to review for my blog before. Either it wasn't a product that I felt reflected me, or wasn't something that I thought my readers would enjoy. However, when I received an email from PetBox asking if I would like to try them out, I knew it was a perfect fit. If you like to spoil your pets as much as I do, I think you are going to like this.
As you may know, I have three dogs that I love to pamper. I also LOVE subscription boxes. PetBox is a monthly subscription-based service that delivers premium pet products directly to your doorstep. I received the box about a week after I was initially contacted. I wasn't home when it arrived, and my husband couldn't resist taking a little peek inside. He started
torturing texting me about some of the cool things he was seeing (he really hates toting around poop, and there was a poop bag holder in the box. It was a sort of the highlight of his day. I reminded him not to rip any of the paper until I had a chance to get home and take some pictures. That may be one of the worst part of blogging. Not ripping the paper. I have gotten way off topic). When I got home we dug in, and this is what was inside:
Vivamune Health Chews for Large Dogs: ($22.95 each) The pups really seem to like these. We got a generous sample, which I really appreciate.
Grin Dental Chews: ($6.39) All of the pups love these. They smell good too.
Urine Off: ($4.99) Meh, I didn't really notice that this did anything as far as urine smell, but I didn't try injecting it into the carpet (per the directions). Not that my little angels ever have any accidents. Yeah, I want that to be true.
Life Is Pawfect: ($14.99) This is a really cute dog picture book. After reading through it, I found it a home on the nightstand in my guest bedroom for future company to enjoy.
The Fifth Paw: ($14.99) I haven't tried this yet, but I really like the idea in theory. No one wants to swing a bag of poop around (especially my husband). I just need to figure out how to use it with my retractable leash.
Tino's Dog Couture Bow Tie: ($9.99) This easily fastens to your dog's collar via two Velcro loops. Meatball will be sporting this the next time we have a dinner party.
And if you wanted to see it on a handsome Meatball...
Altogether, the value of this box was just under $100. The cost of a PetBox subscription is $39.99/mo when paying monthly, and as low as $29.99/mo when subscribing by year. As you can see, this is a great value. They make boxes for dogs and cats, and you can also pick the items for your box or have a surprise box sent to you. I really enjoyed trying these products out, and recommend trying out PetBox for yourself.
And if you need a few more reasons to subscribe:
- It’s the only box for both cats and dogs that offers premium pet goodies where you can pick exactly goes in it
- All products are made in the US
- Toys and treats are customized by dog or cat size
- When you order a PetBox, it ships within 2 business days
- For every purchase, the company feeds rescue animals with the help of a new partner called Bogo Bowl
- Every , the huge shipment of dog & cat food that is sent to rescue shelters is picked by PetBox fans