Spoiled Rotten Box
Where to Find: PetFlow.com
If you're a regular reader here, you already know the Lapdogs are spoiled rotten... as are many of your pooches! With a little help from PetFlow.com, they can all be really spoiled... on a monthly basis. Introducing Four-Legged-Christmas-in-A-Box, aka the Spoiled Rotten box...
Before I go any further, I must point out that absolutely adorable purple Spoiled Rotten sticker on the box. Is that not one of the cutest logos ever? While I was admiring the logo, there were four sniffers thoroughly inspecting the box. Of course they think every box that lands on our doorstep is for them, and they're usually right...
I'll admit, at first I figured "okay, here's another one of those boxes full of trial size products and probably a few completely useless ones" -- but much to my delight, the Spoiled Rotten box is one of the best subscription boxes I've seen yet! We were sent a January box and it is chop full of fabulous, full size products... a few that we already know and love, and a few that are new to us. I'm not sure who was more excited -- the Lapdogs or their Mama!
Inside the jam-packed January 2013 Spoiled Rotten box we found:
- Luther's Natural Dog Treats, Body variety - We reviewed Luther's treats last year, and are big fans! They even received our 16 Paws Up Seal of Approval! You can check out that review here
- Old Mother Hubbard P-Nuttier Mini Dog Biscuits - OMH is a favorite of ours. The treats are made just over the border in Massachusetts and have been a staple in our home for many years. While I usually buy the larger size biscuits for the Lapdogs, we often have a bag or two of the mini size on hand for our fosters. The P-Nuttier flavor are made with peanut butter, molasses, apples & carrots and have been one of Zeus' favorites since he was a puppy.
- Pet Naturals Breath Bites - Designed to support fresh breath, these bone-shaped chews are made just over another border of ours, in Vermont. The brand is new to us and one we'll certainly look for in the future.
- Natural Balance Limited Ingredient Duck & Potato Rolls - We had never tried the Natural Balance rolled food before and at first, I thought it was a wet food like other brands we've tried. However, the label says it's actually a treat. Teutul thought that was pretty darn cool!
- John Paul Pet Full Body and Paw Dog Wipes - Yes, these chic doggy wipes are made by the John Paul... as in the co-founder of Paul Mitchell (human) hair care products. We don't tend to use a lot of dog wipes, but I will certainly buy these when I need some. Not only are they Made in the USA, but my favorite part of the label is one simple statement - "Tested on Humans First." Yes, I'm in love with some doggy wipes!
- GoDog Frills the Triceratops with Chew Guard - This is our third GoDog toy and I have to say, we're all huge fans! The Chew Guard technology adds "a super tough, durable liner to every toy" that has stood the test of all four chewing, drooling, squeaker-killing Lapdogs! Our first experience with them was in December when I happened upon a cute green dinosaur for Sophie's birthday. She loves that thing and so do I (I'd be happier if they weren't made in China, but I'll take what I can get) - and yes, it's still played with on a daily basis! We will actually be doing a separate review of GoDog products soon... so stay tuned!
Spoiled Rotten boxes sell for $24.99 per month and despite the Lapdogs protest, I must tell you they also have special boxes for cats!
Is your pack ready to get spoiled? Enter now for your chance to WIN a Spoiled Rotten box of your dog's very own! (enter through the Rafflecopter widget below and be sure to leave a comment here on the blog, as that is one of the required forms of entry). Good luck... everyone should be spoiled once in awhile (or in the case, on a monthly basis)!
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Disclosure: PetFlow.com sent a Spoiled Rotten box to Lapdog Creations, free of charge for review purposes. They are also providing the winner of my contest with one Spoiled Rotten box, free of charge. I was not compensated for this review and all opinions expressed are my own.