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Pet Box, What a Great Idea!

Hi Neighbors!

Here is another great review and giveaway from PI of Products for our Petacular Event!  This time she is reviewing Pet Box, a unique monthly box that arrives at your door! Check it out!

Today we will be investigating PetBox!  Everyone has seen all of those monthly boxes for your pet, but how many times is half of what is in the box something that you dog won't eat or use?  A lot!

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PetBox is the ONLY monthly pet box that allows you to choose what is in the box!  "PetBox is more than just a monthly delivery service that introduces our members tofun and healthy new pet products every month. Instead, we have decided to go the extra mile and personalize our member's monthly subscription by providing a better user experience. Our unique platform allows our members to pack their own PetBox each month with products and supplies that actually make the most sense for their furry friends. Based in San Diego, PetBox is dedicated to delivering joy and happiness with every box that's delivered and for every box that ships out, we feed a hungry rescue animal."



See Princess Pansy investigating her PetBox?!?  She LOVED it!  We received FURminator deShedding tool, Tropiclean fresh breath Clean Teeth Gel, glow skin & coat treats, bistrobites peanut butter and applesauce treats, the honest kitchen quickies treats, and a Aussie Naturals Aussie Ear.  See!


Pansy really likes the treats (and yes, she did share:) that were included in her PetBox, and after we bathed her last week we used the deShedding tool on her.  It is really nice and helps a lot with the shedding.  We are using the glow skin and coat treats mainly for Jubilee since she has had some skin issues in the past.  The honest kitchen Quickies treats are great for training.  Everything included in this PetBox is something that we'll use!    



It is very easy to sign up... only three steps!  1.  You go and choose your plan.  There are some as low as $29 a month!  2.  Tell PetBox about your pet.  I love the idea about receiving a box personalized to your dog's life, likes, dislikes, etc.  They have options available both for dogs and cats.  3.  Pack your first PetBox (decide what you want in the box), and wait for its arrival.  I'm sure you and your pet will really enjoy it!



So, head on over to PetBox and start packing your box!  You can also Like them on Facebook and Follow them on Twitter to stay up to date on their latest news.  

Be sure and enter this giveaway!  Have a Petacular day!  See you soon, At the Fence.


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Comments

Darlene said…
My dogs name is Harley and he loves chewies (rawhide ) he begs for one every night.
Joanne said…
My dogs are Jed and Rocket. And both have the same guilty pleasure - the contents of the cats' litter boxes.
pmj said…
My Angus likes any kind of dog treat. He is not picky!
Haydensmommy05 said…
My dog is biscuit and he loves bacon!!
jill24295 said…
I have two standard poodles - Je T'aime and Jean-Claude. Guilty pleasure - peanut butter!
molly pitcher said…
My dog Nookie loves sneaking licks off of plates while I am loading the dishwasher.
Dawn Diehl said…
Zoey Monster and loves all stuffed hedgehogs
Velveeta, loves licking the couch cushions
scottsgal said…
Roxy loves tennis balls, Maverick loves mashed potatoes and Kristy loves swimming
Steph said…
My dogs are Beatrice and Moe. They like cube cheese.
lmurley2000 said…
my dogs guilty pleasure is rolling the mud puddles

lmurley2000@yahoo.com

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