If you read our blog then you might have noticed that we really love our two rescue dogs. Kira & Gizmo are rescue dogs from the Oklahoma Boston Terrier Association. We have had them in our lives for a little over two years and we love to spoil them rotten. We recently became a brand ambassador for a great box subscription that is all about spoiling pets called Pet Treater.
Gizmo was so excited to open this box she was licking her lips. I’m joking, however, someone they knew this box was for them. As soon as I brought it in the house they were all over it and would not leave it alone until I opened it. I don’t know how they knew but they did. I guess they could smell the yummy treats.
The Pet Treater box was completely full of fun treats, toys, and more. I was shocked at home much came in the box. A huge variety of products as well. I made a quick unboxing video for you so you can see what came in our very first box. For me, I love to see what comes in a box subscription before I commit to it, so I decided to do a quick video.
The Pet Treater box can be tailored for either cats or dogs. They like to personalize it for your pet so when you set up your subscription you will run through a quick survey to tell them about your pets. Subscriptions start at only $24.99 per month. Once you are signed up just sit back and wait for your box to come. It will be full of fun ways to spend time with and spoil your beloved pets. We loved our first box and I’m sure you guys will too.
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