First Look: Loot Pets from Loot Crate

If you’re anything like me your pet is always by your side, keeping you company when you stay up late playing a new video game or binge watching a new series on Netflix. And if you’re like me you love to share your passion for all things geek and pop culture with them.

Like say, zombifying them for the premier of The Walking Dead.

The Walking Dead Zombie Pug

Buying them all the Star Wars merch from Petco.

Star Wars Day Pug

Or dressing them up as your favorite childhood video game characters.

Super Mario Pugs

Keeping that in mind, when the folks over at Loot Crate contacted me about working together on their new Loot Pets crates, my answer was a resounding yes! Loot Pets is a monthly subscription box filled with apparel, toys, treats, accessories and exclusive gear from popular franchises. Every month will feature a different geeky theme that mirrors the theme of the current Loot Crate.


One of the coolest features of Loot Pets is that some of the pet wearables will coordinate or match those found in the human Loot Crate. Yes, I am totally one of those people but I think matching shirts for you and your dog is worth the price alone!


Speaking of wearables, if you have a giant breed dog and assume you’ll be left out, don’t fret. When you subscribe to Loot Pets you choose what size collar and shirt your dog wears and they offer sizes from XS all the way up to XXXL. My mom has a 140lb Great Dane and I know how hard it is to find clothing big enough for her!

Each Loot Pets crate costs $24.99 including shipping. You can save a few bucks by prepaying for multiple months at a time. You can also save 10% off your subscription by using the code PUGLIFE at checkout.

If you’d like to join in the fun and order your own Loot Pets subscription click here and remember to use the code PUGLIFE to save 10%!  This month’s subscriptions close on January 19th so you’ll need to hurry if you want to receive an INVASION crate featuring exclusive gear from Battlestar Galactica, Space Invaders, and The X-Files.


If you want to learn more about Loot Pets and see what it has to offer, you can check back right here or on my YouTube channel. I’ll be unboxing and reviewing the contents of each month’s crate. I’m very excited to start this partnership with Loot Pets and I hope you will enjoy it too!

This post is sponsored by Loot Pets. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Loot Pets but This Pug Life only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Loot Pets is not responsible for the content of this article.