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Pooch Perks is a monthly subscription box for you and your dog. Each month, you will receive an assortment of premium treats, toys, and other goodies delivered right to your door. All of the treats in Pooch Perks are made in the USA and are mostly organic and grain free so you can feel good about spoiling your pups.
Pooch Perks offers 4 different subscription plans:
Pennywise Pooch (2-3 items) $20/mo
Popular Pooch (4 items) $29/mo
Patriotic Pooch (5-6 items) $45/mo (every item is made in the USA)
Pampered Pooch (6 items) $50/mo
COUPON CODE: “SPARKYLITTLEWIFE25” to save 25% off a minimum purchase of $25.
Pooch Perks kindly sent me this box to review. I received the Pampered Pooch box.
We have three dogs: Two Bloodhounds (Ruby Sue and Ellie Mae) and an American Pit Bull Terrier (Remy).
Pooch Perks includes a detailed informational card that lists the items in each box.
Each month, Pooch Perks introduces a “theme.” The theme of this month’s box is “Cinco de Mayo”
Mexican Firecracker Toy ($5): This makes a really great tug toy! I don’t think it will be super durable however so this is going to Ruby Sue. She is usually a little easier on her toys than Remy and Ellie Mae.
Mexican Themed Dog Bandana ($7): These bandanas are made in the US which is nice. I put this on Ruby Sue for a bit and she looked adorable. I wish I had gotten a picture! However, our dogs don’t wear bandanas very often so I am going to pass this on to a friend that will enjoy it.
American Natural Premium Coconut Colada ($9): This is certainly a unique dog treat flavor! These are grain free and made in the USA.
Haute Diggity Dawg Grrrona Beer Bottle Toy ($12): I laughed when I pulled this out of the box. It’s such a fun toy! It’s a plush so again it will most likely go to Ruby Sue. I will make sure to take a picture of her with her “beer bottle.”
Multipet Loofa Dog ($5): We have had several of these toys over the hearts and the dogs always love them. This is a medium size toy so it’s ok for our large dogs. Remy had a super large one of these when he was a puppy and it was always so cute to watch him try to carry it around!
Pet Chef Liver Detox treats ($10): I’m not sure how the “detox” part of this works but I know my dogs love them. These are jerky type treats that are made in the USA.
Exclusively Dog Taco Flavor Jerkeez ($7): Another unique dog treat flavor! These are all natural, wheat-, corn-, and soy-free. They are also made in the USA.
Verdict: This month’s total value is $55 which is over the cost of the box. I feel like Pooch Perks is getting better each month with sending products that match the box theme. I would be happy with random, fun dog treats and toys but the theme makes it so much more interesting! This is a great box for dog-owners but I think it’s really geared toward smaller dogs. I would love to see a box made specifically for large dogs or heavy chewers!
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Since starting Little Lace Box, we’ve gotten to know many of our subscribers on a personal level. This is an experience that has been both rewarding and heartbreaking, because there are a lot of people out there who are truly hurting. We’ve tried to be helpful whenever possible, and when we do, we see their smiles shining right through our keyboards. Last year on a visit to Chicago, we were lucky enough to experience something called Ravinia Festival. It’s a place just outside of Chicago, and for those of you from Chicago, you probably can say much more about it than I, but while I was there, for one brief shining moment, all my troubles went away. Not for long; not forever, but it made me wish that everyone have a day when their troubles go away. And I thought of the Patty Griffin song, “Heavenly Day.” Patty sings,
“No one at my shoulder bringing me fears Got no clouds up above me bringing me tears
On this Heavenly…heavenly day, all the troubles gone away
for a while anyway, for a while anyway”
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Love+Blessed is a monthly Christian subscription box geared towards women. Each box has a unique theme and includes products of encouragement to help you strengthen your faith.
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Ipsy is a monthly beauty and makeup subscription. Each month, subscribers will receive 5 deluxe and full size beauty and makeup items, including a reusable makeup bag. Products are chosen for you based on a customized profile you complete when signing up.
Ipsy Glambags vary by subscriber. Selections are based on the profile you submit when you sign up for Ipsy.
All of the products are in a reuseable makeup bag. The design of the bag changes each month. This month’s bag reminds me of a pretty watercolor painting of a sunset.
Luxie 522 Tapered Highlighting Brush ($24): I love receiving brushes in my subscription boxes! This is a really nice quality brush and it has done a fantastic job so far.
Pur-Lisse Blue Lotus + White Tea Sheet Mask/Blue Lotus + Seaweed ($8/each): Pur-lisse is another great brand that I was happy to see this month. I was also thrilled that I received two of these masks along with my other four items. These are moisturizing masks that fight free radicals and improve skin texture and tone.
Pretty Woman Nail Polish in Pouty ($7.99): This is a full size bottle. I think the shade is a great fuschia/purple for spring. It’s a high gloss polish but I think it would also be pretty with a matte top coat.
tarte LipSurgence Lip Creme in Wonder ($12.80): Yay, tarte! I was so happy to see this in my bag. I love this color too! I have tried this lip creme before but it was in a different shade. This is a bit darker but I really like it. The formula is creamy and long lasting too.
City Color Highlight Trio ($8.99): I love that I received a set of highlighters along with a highlighting blush. This trio includes a goldish shade, a creamy light shade, and a pearly nude highlight. I will probably use the first two for eyeshadows and the third as a highlighter. The formula is silky and it’s very blendable.
Verdict: The total value of this bag is $69.78! Seven times the cost of the box…wow wow wow! I think that this might be my favorite GlamBag from ipsy to date. Every item is a hit for me this month. I would love it if each bag contained a brush as well!