We’ve had a few weeks to test out the items from the May Loot Pets crate and it’s time for a full review. It took a little extra time this month because I had to get one of the items to my dog nephew Sam to test out.
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 theme was “Power” and it included my favorite t-shirt design thus far. And I’m only moderately familiar with Mega Man. But it’s so cute! So cute I had to stage a fashion shoot with Pug. I have no shame.
The treats this month were another hit with the Chicken Chargers chicken tenders. As always they’re made in the USA and these treats are also gluten, soy, corn and grain-free.
Chicken, vegetable glycerin, salt, preserved with mixed tocopherols, rosemary extract, natural smoke flavor
Since they’ve dropped to one treat per box, I’m happy they’re sticking with more limited ingredient options so that the majority of dogs can enjoy them.
As you can see, the Kong Barbell was the item I shared with my nephew Sammy. Pug only likes plush toys and Molly doesn’t play with toys at all. But Sam is absolutely obsessed with tennis balls. He flipped out for this super squeaky super-sized tennis ball that comes with a built-in handle to easily carry it around.
It remains to be seen how well it will hold up over time, but in my experience Kong makes one of the most durable tennis balls for dogs.
Like last month, I was really happy to see Loot Pets find a really nice, high-quality toy that stayed on theme without being an officially licensed product. As I mentioned before, a lot of the officially licensed toys are not great quality with a logo slapped on.
The dog tag for this month tied in nicely with the theme. A barbell toy and a dog pumping iron.
I didn’t get a picture but this month again featured trading cards in lieu of a Loot Pets magazine. I’m kind of sad if the magazine is no more. I thought they included some really nice features in it and the artwork was amazing. We still get some of the artwork via the treat packaging but I liked that you could easily save the magazine covers like I did for the pug astronaut from the very first Loot Pets.
And that’s it for May’s “Power” Loot Pets.
Check my YouTube channel later this month for my unboxing of June’s “Dogtopia” 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.