PupCrate is a subscription box that sends dog treats, toys, and other pet products to your door every month.
Each box will contain a selection of 4 to 5 tasty treats, fun toys and other hand-selected pet items. In an effort to be allergy-conscious, PupCrate ensures that their products are always all-natural and grain-free. They also try to source organic and eco-friendly products whenever possible. All of their treats are high quality and made right here in the USA. Boxes are curated based on the size/weight of your dog, which you indicate when you sign up.
Subscriptions are $29.95/month, or less with multi-month commitments. — You can save 10% for LIFE when you use coupon code “PUPCRATE” at checkout!
Let’s see what’s in the March 2016 PupCrate box!
Everything was shipped in a white box (stamped with little paw prints) via Priority Mail.
A peek inside!
An info card listed all of the items, along with brief descriptions for each one.
Gus Greybar by Patchwork Pet Collections ($8.99) – Aw, this guy is so cute! I almost don’t want to give him to my MIL because I know Lucy (her super hyper Puggle) will probably annihilate him in seconds. Poor thing… He features a super soft body with rope arms and a built-in squeaker.
Hare of the Dog Rabbit Treats ($10.10) – Okay, as a vegan this product made me sad, but I guess it is what it is… Dogs are carnivores. These treats are made with just two ingredients: Rabbit and aronia berries. They’re grain-free and contain no fillers, additives, or preservatives. As with all PupCrate treats, they’re also made in the USA.
N-Bone Sweet Potato Chews ($9.45) – Now these treats make me happy. 😉 They consist of only one ingredient — USA-grown sweet potatoes! Yay!
Preppy Puppy Treats Shamrock Cookie (~$2?) – How festive! This big green shamrock (dog) cookie is made in the USA using all natural ingredients including rye flour, pumpernickel flour, molasses, and more.
Poop Bags(?) – As a non-dog owner, I wasn’t sure what this was at first, but I’m now assuming that it’s a roll of plastic poop bags? It’s not included on the info sheet so it must be a little bonus item. 🙂
The March PupCrate featured a nice mix of high quality pet items. The stuffed toy was adorable and I love that they included a festive treat for St. Patrick’s Day. The overall value was right around the cost of the subscription (using Amazon prices), but that’s not including the cookie or poop bags, which I couldn’t find prices for. — Remember, you can save 10% for LIFE when you use coupon code “PUPCRATE” at checkout!
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.