Pet Treater Review & Coupon Codes

66Happy Monday!  I hope everyone had an amazing weekend.  Today, along with our A to Z challenge post, I have some info about a pet subscription box to share.  Pet Treater is a newer pet subscription box company that offers boxes for small, medium, and large sized dogs.  Last week we received a small dog Pet Treater box and had a lot of fun opening it.  Read on to see what we got, and how you get a Pet Treater box for your furry friend!

The first thing I noticed when our Pet Treater box got here was how big it was!  It was quite large, especially compared to other boxes we've reviewed in the past.  But, of course, bigger doesn't always equal better, so the pups and I were eager to see what was in our box!

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The box we received was Pet Treater's March box, which was "You Lucky Dog" themed.  Besides the gifts in the box, we got a cute letter addressed to Kit, a treat coupon, and an insert about Pet Treater's featured animal rescue of the month.  Pet Treater's Pet Partners Program helps to raise awareness for animals awaiting new homes in shelters.

We also received a Pet Treater bandana that went along with the theme of this month's box.  Getting gifts for our pets is always fun, but Pet Treater sends a little something for the humans too!  I got a neon orange tumbler that I'm sure will see plenty of use in our house.  Now let me finally go over what the dogs got...

cccccccccWags & Wiggles pet wipes:   These raspberry scented wipes have a light, pleasant odor.  My fiance and I got a kick out of the fact that they're called "Polish"- dog polish!

Emmy's Gourmet Canine Creations treats:  We got two of these treats, one shaped like a clover and the other a bone that said "lucky dog" on it.  We got two cookie flavors, but I couldn't really tell which flavor was which.  One of them contained eggs, which Kitsune can't have, so these went to Fen.

vvvvvvvvvvMini Wiley toy:  This unique toy is created by HuggleHounds.  It's made of rubber balls connected together by nylon.  The largest ball has a spot on the back where you can put kibble or small treats.

Happy Tails Tuff Toy:  This toy looks like a bone or a weight.  It's a tough fabric toy with a rubber ring in the middle.

Pur Luv Large Doggydent chews:  These chews are chicken flavored, so Kitsune can't have them, but Fenrir can.  We got a large (24 oz) bag of these chews, which promote doggy dental health, and contain ingredients to support your dog's healthy skin and coat, and digestion.

Banana Seal:  I thought this was a cool addition to our Pet Treater box.  I had never heard of Banana Seal before, but it can be used to seal pet food bags.  There were two Banana Seals in our pack and they are the perfect size to seal Kitsune's food bag...

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We had a lot of fun with our March Pet Treater box!  I especially liked the verity of the type of items, and the fact that we received dog supplies other than just your typical treats/toys.  For anyone concerned, the toys we received were made in China, but the treats were not.

Interested in getting a Pet Treater box for your dog?  Prices start at just $19.99 per box depending on what payment plan you select.  If you're signing up with Pet Treater for the first time, you can use the coupon code PAWPRINT-BED to get a free pet bed with your first box!  We got a free pet bed with our subscription box, and it's a really nice/high quality bed.  If you don't need a new pet bed, you can use the code PAWPRINT-5 instead to get $5 off your first box.  The coupon codes can't be combined, so you'll have to pick one or the other.

Do you currently subscribe to any pet themed boxes?  If you try out Pet Treater for yourself you'll have to stop by and let us know what you think!

We received our Pet Treater box for free in exchange for our honest review.  As always, we only share items we feel will be of interest to our readers.  This post contains affiliate links.

  • Nichole

    That looks like a great box of goodies - and fun that they included something for the human too!

    • I thought so! We've reviewed so many subscription boxes in the past but I think this may have been the first one to include a gift for us humans too.

  • We won the March box in a give away and loved it

  • (Miss) Edie the Pug

    Wow look at all the goodies in that box! How cool that there is something in the box for the humans too 🙂

  • christycaplan

    This is quite a box! Love the raspberry scented wipes too in case you're in a pinch and your dog rolled in something gross!

    • Yes, which my dogs love doing! Kitsune's favorite scent is dead worm lol. He goes nuts for them when he finds them at the park.

  • Diane

    What a pawsome box! This would be just the thing to treat the pups with. It is loaded with fun things!

  • I have never heard of this box but it sure sounds like it was packed with goodies!!! 🙂

  • Sarcastic Dog

    That looks like a really great selection and I love that they include something for the humans too! I also love hearing about companies that support rescue awareness.

  • We adore Happy Tails - great selection and what a wonderful box! Thanks for sharing this with us!!

    • This is the first time I've heard about Happy Tails - from their website it looks like they don't deliver to the US?

  • I'm glad that none of the treats were made in China. I am always a little leery of giving my dogs toys unless I know they are non toxic since one is super destructive and I'm sure he swallows a little bit of everything that goes in his mouth.

    • I know you're not the only pet owner concerned about that! I wish there were more companies that sold toys made in the USA too. Luckily my boys aren't normally destructive with toys, but I always keep a close eye on them just to be safe.

  • Talent Hounds

    Sounds great. We don't get a box yet. We like local treats and safe toys

    • Me too. I usually only do homemade treats. But most of the subscription boxes now are sending out pretty high quality, USA made treats. I wouldn't give my dogs any toys that I don't feel are safe. 🙂 Plus I keep an eye on them when they are playing with toys as well.

  • Walks With Rama

    We don't do the boxes, but I'd like to check them out. I have big and little dogs, so there might need to be some sharing. 🙂

    • I make my dogs share too. But my two are also both small dogs. I believe I saw something on the Pet Treater website about being able to select multiple pet sizes. I didn't look too much into that aspect of it though.

  • I like the banana seal! What a great idea.

    • I like it too! I had never seen them before getting this box. That's one of the things I really like about subscription boxes - sometimes you are introduced to great pet products that you didn't know about before.

  • Tenacious Little Terrier

    It's cool that there's things beyond just treats and toys!

  • That banana seal is a good idea. My dog shares if we have him and his bestie sit pretty and wait 😉

    • Ah that's good that your dog doesn't mind sharing! My boys share too, although I think if Kit had things his way he'd prefer to keep all the treats for himself.

  • Denise Gruzensky

    These look great and I love that they give back!

  • You certainly are a Lucky Dog to have received all these goodies in a box! My dogs like the Pur Luv chews as well. I haven't done any subscription boxes at this point, but this one looks really good.

  • GonetotheSnowDogs

    Wow! Look at all the fun things!

  • Katie Allan

    A lot of stuff came in that box! Looks like a great treat 🙂

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