We’ve had some time to test out the items from the July Loot Pets crate and it’s time for a full review.
My initial unboxing video with first impressions is below. If you’d like more information about the Loot Pets subscription box I explain it here.
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This month’s shirts were definitely my favorite so far. I was a big Jetsons fan as a kid and the Astro shirts were right up my alley.
The only bummer being that for the first time since they introduced the people shirts, the shirts weren’t an exact match. I really would have loved Pug’s design in a human size! But that hasn’t stopped me from wearing it several times already.
So first of all I have to mention that the Bichon astronaut on these treats is adorable and hilarious. Of course, the dogs could not care less about the packaging. They both happily gobbled up these chicken sausage treats. These are very similar to the sausages we received in a previous box, but sliced into small pieces.
A great option as a training treat or for calorie counters. I like having little treats like this on hand when I’m giving medicine to only one dog. I use a small treat like this to placate the dog not getting a pill pocket.
As always the Loot Pets treats are soy and corn free and made in the USA. Full ingredients:
Chicken, whole wheat flour, vegetable glycerin, preserved with mixed tocopherols, rosemary extract, natural smoke flavor.
Unfortunately the toy this month was not something either of my dogs would use. However, I was able to pass it on to my mom for her dogs. It’s not reinventing the wheel – it’s a ball. But it does boast some extra features like glowing in the dark, floating, and being dishwasher safe. It’s also 100% recyclable.
Besides extreme derping out, Cutie enjoyed it. This is a good toy for night-time play, and would be really great for water since it not only floats, the bright neon color would make it easy to find in the water.
I had to look up what this month’s dog tag was based on because I didn’t recognize it (Rick & Morty) but even being clueless I thought it was really funny. So, there’s that!
That’s it for July’s Loot Pets crate. Despite not having much use for the toy this month, this was one of my favorites because of the awesome Jetsons shirts! It was nostalgic, a little nerdy, and I love that they found a pop culture dog to feature. After such a great crate, I’m definitely hyped for next month’s anti-hero theme.
Check my YouTube channel later this month for my unboxing of August’s Loot Pets and check back here for a full review! Or if you’d like to join in the fun you can order your own subscription and get 10% off with my code PUGLIFE.
Disclaimer: I received my Loot Pets subscription for free to help promote Loot Pets. I always strive to be as honest as possible in my reviews.