November 2014 Treat A Dog Review + 50% off 1st Box
Treat A Dog Box is a new subscription box for dogs. Each month, Treat A Dog sends 4 to 7 hand picked items for your dog. For $28.00/month your dog will get treats, hygiene products, toys, care items, essentials and more. I don’t have a dog right now, although my 5 year old is begging for one. Once my friend’s dog Maggie is back from vacation, I am going to share this box with her.
Cost: $28.00/month (1st Box 1/2 off), $23.00/month for 3 months, $19.00/month for 6 months
What’s in the box? Each month, Treat A Dog sends 4 to 7 hand picked items for your dog. For $28.00/month your dog will get treats, hygiene products, toys, care items, essentials and more.
When will I get my box? The box ships the 15th of the month.
When will I be billed? You will be billed for your full plan immediately upon signup. Your plan will automatically renew (unless you decide to cancel prior to renewal) and your renewal billing will occur on the 1st of the month following the last delivery of your current plan.
How do I cancel? If you would like to cancel your subscription simply email email@example.com with your full name and request a subscription cancellation.
Treat A Box ships in a blue box and I like that the box is professionally printed. The box got a bit dirty, but that is the way with mail.
Treat A Dog included an introductory card about the November Box. They don’t include a traditional information card.
Zukeâ€™s Lil Links Dog Treats $7.99 These little sausages don’t have any artificial colors or flavors. These are duck and apple recipe and they look like something Maggie will love. She loves treats.
SPOT Bumpkins Plush Toy $6.59 This toy has four squeakers: one in the head, two in the body, and one in the tail. I am sure Maggie will destroy this, but she will have fun with four squeakers.
Red Barn Naturals Bully Sticks $5.00 These are grain free and made with real bully sticks. Maggie will love these!
Red Barn Naturals Crunchy Bully Burgers $3.58 This is a pack of four burgers, and they are also made with real bully sticks. Bully sticks are a natural form of protein and these will also help keep dog’s teeth clean.
Quality Primal Freeze Dried $5.89 This is designed to be treats for dogs or cats. This is high in protein, and has no preservatives, salt, gluten, grain or preservatives. I am excited to see if Oliver (my cat) will eat this. If not, Maggie will get this too.
Merrick Wingalings Kitchen Bites Applewood Bacon Flavor $5.99 These are little biscuits for dogs. They are grain free and gluten free.
SPOT Beyond Tough Flying Y $4.95 This is one super tough toy! This is made with three layers, to make sure it’s extra tough. I think this will hold up to Maggie’s tough play.
Earthbath Grooming Wipes $1.00 These wipes help wipe the stinky dog smell away. These are handy when you don’t want to give your dog a full bath.
Final Thought: This box had a total value of $40.99. This box was packed with treats, toys and fun. Any dog would love a box like this. I am really impressed with the huge value. Boxes are $28.00 if you go month to month and this box had a $41.00 value. This is a great box for dogs and if you sign up, you will get your fist box half off! To check out Treat A Dog, click HERE.
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