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Calendar January 21, 2015 01/21/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 1 Comment 1

January 2015 Petbox Review + Coupon

Disclosure: This box contains affiliate links. I received this box free for review.


My furbaby Oliver is a rather spoiled kitty.  Oliver is 10 years and is quite the pampered cat.  Petbox is a subscription box for cats and dogs.  Boxes are $39.00 and are filled with treats, toys, and other goodies.  When you sign up, you are given credits to pick out items for your box, or you can have Petbox do it for you.  Petbox also gives back to animals in shelters and other rescue organizations.

The Details:

Cost:   1 Month $39.00 3 Months $37.00 6 Months $35.00 (save 23%) 12 Months $29.00 (save 31%)

Coupon:  Use the code BOXMOM20 to save 20% off your subscription

What's in the box: For dogs, you can choose items from toys, treats, Bones & Bully Sticks, waste bags, grooming, and accessories.  For cats, you can choose items from toys, treats, and grooming.  You get 6 points for your box and items are 1 or 2 points each.  You can get 3-6 items in the box.  You can get a dog box, cat box or a box for your cat and dog.

Managing your subscription: You can manage you subscription by going to your dashboard.



Petbox always ships in a blue box and arrives by USPS.

Petbox doesn't send a regular information card, they just send a little card with an introduction about the box.


Against the Grain Tuna Aubergine with Seabass & Eggplant $1.67  We received this in the November 2014 box.    This is grain and gluten free and Oliver seemed to enjoy this.  This is also free from preservatives, salt or fillers.


Ethical Animal Print Fishbone Teaser with Catnip Cat Toy $6.91 This is a dangly fish toy filled with catnip.  It has a nice long elastic string, so my kids will have fun play with the cat with this.

Ethical Pet Refillable Catnip Toy, Sea Creature $3.86 This dolphin toy has a velcro belly and can be filled with catnip.  The nice thing about this toy, is it is reusable.  So once you use up the catnip


Smart n' Tasty Cat Chicken Dental Grain Free Treats, 3-Ounce $3.99 We have received these a few times in our cat boxes.  This is some of the few treats Oliver can and will eat.  These are flavored with chicken and promotes clean teeth.  


Wind Up Mouse $1.72  This is a fun wind up mouse for your cat to chase.  Oliver isn't a chaser, but my almost 3-year-old is having a blast playing with it.

Ethical 100-Percent Catnip Candy Mice Cat Toy, 2-Pack $5.82  These are 100% compressed catnip mice.  Oliver went nuts for these.  He loves catnip


Priscilla's Kitty Grass Kit $9.95 You can grow your own grass with this kit.  Once you grow the grass, it helps eliminate fur balls naturally.  Here is the thing, I am not sure what the “naturally” means.  Are they going to pass through or is Oliver going to be sick.  I need to look into this a bit more before I let Oliver have it.


Final Thought: This box had a total retail value of $33.92.  I thought this was a fun box and I was happy to get so many cat toys.  Oliver loves toys in his boxes the best.  I am really interested in this cat grass.  I am going to do some further research and find out more how it works.  You can use the code BOXMOM20 to save 20% off your subscription.

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This entry was posted in Petbox Reviews and tagged: on Wednesday, January 21st, 2015 by Subscription Box Mom

1 Comment(s)

  1. Colonel Cromwell, March 11, 2015:

    Regarding the fur balls… Priscilla’s Pet Grass won’t get rid of a fur ball that has already formed, but if your kitty eats this grass on a regular basis, it will help pull the hair thru their digestive system, not allowing a ball to form. Therefore your kitty will ‘naturally’ pass the fur through its system. You can read more about fur ball remedies here: http://www.priscillaspetproducts.com/its-a-hairball-cat-grass-to-the-rescue/

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