Pets Need #PetBox | GBGV
We’ve never had a PetBox at our house before, so when I got the chance to review one, I was really excited. As you will see, not only is full of great products, but PetBox is donating 100% of their profits this December to pet shelters, so even pets in need will benefit when you order PetBox! One other great thing to note is that starting in 2014, they will also offer the boxes for cats!
One of the unique things about PetBox is they allow members to personalize their own boxes. You can choose the six items you want delivered from their selection of premium products, this way you only receive products your pets will want and use. PetBox only stocks premium products, meaning you won’t find a million items to choose from, but you will find safe and healthy products your pet will love!
I’m excited to tell you all about what I received in my PetBox!
Twelve paws down, our favorite item in the box was the Clear Conscience Tenderstikz. This was almost dangerous as I snatched in and wanted to eat it down, wrapper and all! The Clear Conscience Sliders were pretty darn tasty as well. These are tender moist treats with no glycerin or vegetable glycerin, no propylene glycol, and no sugars or syrups. Clear Conscience products also contain no grains, gluten meals or other high carb fillers.
Another delicious treat is Honest Kitchen Smooches – too smooch for, really! These treats are a nice size for a light snack, made of 100% human grade ingredients including barley flour, USDA chicken, molasses, filtered water, eggs, organic virgin coconut oil, cranberries and aged parmesan cheese.
There was a package of NoviPet Multi Vitamins.
I’m excited to try out the Earth Heart Canine Calming Spray. I’m always a jittery nervous mess when I go to the vet, so I will give this a test later in the week when I have my lips checked. It is an all-natural remedy that has had lots of success in calming dogs.
Bailie enjoyed the Aussie Naturals Duck Toy. Katie and I don’t play much with toys, but Bailie hauled the duck out of the box and was playing and gnawing on it right away! It is made of tough products that make it difficult to destroy.
Because PetBox truly cares about us pets, they sent along a KeepDoggieSafe.com Pet Rescue Decal that we can post in a window to alert emergency crews that we pets are inside.
There was also a gift card for DogTV in my box that I haven’t had a chance to use just yet.
Now for the fun news part!
- If you are home on New Year’s Eve this year, join #BlogPawsChat on 12/31 from 8 – 10pm Eastern will be sponsored by PetBox and they would love to have you join them! They will be giving away 50 PetBoxes in the 2 hour period! That is over $3,000 in prizes! 40 of the boxes will be for dogs and 10 of those Boxes will be to help launch their new cat box subscription. Tell your friends, tell your neighbors, tell the mailman when he delivers your PetBox we are going to be saying goodbye to 2013 with a BANG!
- Get 10% off your PetBox subscription using promocode:
Subscriptions normally start at $29 per month.
- Receive your own PetBox for free – a $60 value! Register through the Rafflecopter to win the very same box that I received. Sorry, but this giveaway is only open to US residents.
This post is sponsored by PetBox on behalf of the BlogPaws Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about PetBox, but My GBGV Life only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. PetBox is not responsible for the content of this article.”