Friday, January 30, 2015

January PetBox Review

Hey, everyone! It's time to review our January PetBox. Last review for this month! I can't believe how quickly this month has past. I have a few fun reviews and giveaways scheduled for February, so check back every Friday (or so) for those!

We received our January PetBox a few weeks ago, and this one just might be the dogs' favorite yet. This one had a pleasant mix of items that all four of my pups enjoyed, so let me show you what we got.

Definitely not something I would buy as their main diet due to ingredient quality, but as training treats (especially for Lincoln's crate training) these work nicely.
Before feeding kibble, I used to be pretty anal retentive about getting kibble in our boxes. I hated it. Since switching though, I like having the dogs try samples even if it isn't something I'd feed them primarily. 

These USA sourced, single ingredient (that's obvious, I hope) treats are a great alternative to the pig ears that make all my dogs violently sick. Nola was given this, and she loved it! It lasted about 15-20 minutes for her and didn't make too much mess that I saw, since she ate it in her crate.

We've gotten this chew before, albeit it a different flavor, and the dogs like them! This one is turkey and duck flavor, USA made, grain, gluten, soy and dairy free, and doesn't leave nasty stains like a bully stick does.

Oh my god, I don't think I've ever seen the dogs go so crazy as they did for these treats! As you know, we're frequent reviewers, so my dogs have become something of treat snobs. All four went absolutely gaga for these! All natural, high protein, 3 ingredients and USA made, what's not to love? I will for sure be getting more of these once we run out.

A cute and squeaky nylon toy. Not the most durable thing and the dogs are only allowed to play with it closely supervised (and then it's mostly gentle Pike), but they enjoy it and it's a fun size for them.

From the same company that makes the Twizzies, these treats are small with good ingredients and are fairly easy to break apart. Even though they're seafood flavored, the smell isn't as appalling as some other fishy treats. We've gotten many Smart n' Tasty treats in our PetBoxes, and the dogs have always enjoyed them.

Ruff and Tuff Snakes Chew Resistant Dog Toy (I can't find a link for the life of me)

I was thrilled to get a second toy in the box, especially a more durable one! All the pups loved this one, and so far it's held up fairly well to their play. It does get dirty extremely fast though!

This was one of the coveted bison treats.

The boys have become the toy models, it seems! Nola's picky with what she likes, and Olivia is a whirlwind, so they were more than happy to pick up the slack.

Overall, I was quite happy with this PetBox. If you'd like, you can use the code NOLA10 to receive 10% off your own PetBox.

Dachshund Mommy


  1. Oh I wants a bison treat!!!!
    Can I join the queue?
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

  2. It sounds like you get a lot of fun things in the box!

    Monty and Harlow

  3. Those looks like some great things, enjoy!

  4. Oh wow! I'm glad the snake held up for you! We got one back in November and the thing came apart instantly! I might have gotten a defective one, though! This looks like a great box! I'm still waiting anxiously for mine to get here!

  5. Looks like a lot of good stuff to me...especially that snake toy...that looks like lots of good fun times to me!

  6. The snake looks like it would last a bit even for Miss Abby of the jaws of steel. Thanks for the reviews of the great products. Abby the Lab's Mom Lin


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