I’ll be the first to admit it, I spoil the hell out of my pets. I buy them stuffed animals even though I know they’ll rip them to pieces to get to the squeaker as soon as possible. I give them toys stuffed with peanut butter. I even make them homemade dog treats sometimes.
So, of course, I’ve been wanting to get them a monthly box subscription ever since it’s become a thing. Well, December they finally got their first Pet Gift Box and let’s just say that the general consensus is that they absolutely loved it.
We have two dogs : Maximus and Isabelle but it was proving to be pretty difficult to photograph both at the same time and Maximus sits better so he’s the star of the month.
He was very patient while I got photos of him next to the box but I could tell he was anxious to just rip into these toys. Once I dumped them all on the ground, it was like he didn’t even know what to think and he kept looking at me like “Mom, is it really okay if I have them?” So cute.
Santa Claus was a really big hit in this household. Although true to pit bull form, once he started sing, Maximus would slowly back away and crawl on the couch with me until he stopped. Then he’d get back down again and start chewing away again. Big baby.
His other absolute favorite was the yellow rubber toy. He wouldn’t let that thing out his sight for days. He used it as a pillow. He wouldn’t even chew on it. He very gently carried it in his mouth. He only kept it nearby, until he realized it had a squeaker and demolished it.
I though the penguin was adorable and it was Isabelle’s favorite as well.
After he had tested everything out, he went back to the empty box for more.
Our first Pet Gift Box was a definite success and we can’t wait to see what is in next month’s box!
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Have you signed your dogs up for a subscription box before? What were your thoughts?
We did receive our Pet Gift Box in exchange for a review. All opinions, as always, are completely are own and we would never recommend something we don’t fully love.