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Pet Treater is a monthly subscription service just for dogs! They offered personalized boxes filled with treats, toys, and accessories designed to pamper your pooch. This month’s box didn’t have a specific theme but it contained items perfect for summer adventures.
This month’s box was pretty full! My daughter immediately went for the toys.
This Multipet Chicken Sandwich squeaker toy ($7.99) got Zoe’s attention right away. One squeak and she came running. It also crinkles and Zoe really seemed to like it.
This Ice Cream Cone Freezable Dog Toy by fouFIT ($14.84) is really neat! You can soak it in water and freeze it for refreshing playtime fun. It also floats so you can use it in the pool or lake.
This Nylabone Fun’N’Fit Vanilla Infused Small Dog Treat Toy ($5.89) mixes fun with treat time.
You can stuff it with treats, dog food, or peanut butter. It has rubber ridges that massage the gums and help clean teeth. Zoe stays in her crate when we’re not home and this is a great way to help keep her occupied and happy during that time.
The June box included this card about one of the items :
I’m really glad they included the Mount Everlasting Himalayan Chew ($11.14). It’s organic with no preservatives, and made with 100% natural ingredients. I’ve mentioned before that Zoe is a very hard chewer. Most toys and bones don’t last more than 24 hours with her. This everlasting chew, on the other hand, has been fantastic! She has had it for a week now and has chewed it everyday and she still has half of it. I’m super impressed wit it and plan to get m
I also received another treat from Emmy’s Gourmet Canine Creations ($1.50). These treats are common in the Pet Treater boxes and like usual, Zoe loved it.
Summer can be filled with day trips or getaways and if you take your dog with you, it can be a hassle to lug food along. This OutBar Meal Replacement Bar from The Great Outdogs ($3) is the perfect solution.
It contains no grains, soy, added sugar, or artificial preservatives and includes a generous portion of real animal protein. It is all natural with added vitamins and minerals and is interchangeable with your dog’s daily food. It can also be broken up into snack size bites as well.
These Strawberry Flavored LickOrish Chews from Exclusively Dog ($4.59) were also a hit with Zoe. They contain no added sugars, wheat, soy or corn and are made in the USA.
We know how important dental health is for dogs so I appreciated this pack of Arm & Hammer Gum Hugging Finger Brushes ($9.99).
They’re designed to cover the whole tooth to gumline and make it easier to get into all the spaces in your dog’s mouth. Zoe tolerated it pretty well.
My kids’ favorite item this month was the Outward Hound Pal Pak Harness ($12.87).
This neat harness features a zippered pouch with a pick-up bag dispenser so you can easily clean up after your dog when nature calls. The second pouch can be used for other items. We put a few treats in it when we went for a walk. It was easy to put on and worked well!
The Human Treat for this month was a Wrist Wallet by Sportline ($13.88).
It’s lightweight and comfortable. It features a pocket with velcro closer that’s perfect for holding cash, credit card, ID, or any other item you need but don;t want to have to carry. It’s great for jogs or hikes.
This month;s box was one of my favorites! It had a ton of great items and at a value of $85.69, it’s also one of the highest value boxes I’ve received. A month-to-month Pet Treater subscription is only $24.99 so it’s definitely a great value. To get more info or sign up for a subscription, head over to PetTreater.com. Make sure to use the code FREE-PTBED to get a free pet bed with either the 3, 6 or 12 month subscription!
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