Barkbox is an awesome monthly subscription of dog treats, chews, and toys. #BarkBoxDay is a common hashtag for those using social media. This is Bella’s second Barkbox ever. We were super pleased with her first box, which was a New York City themed box.
This month’s theme is Sherlock Bones. Bella was very impatient with pictures because she was ready to get into the box.
What’s Inside the March Bark Box:
Dog Treat Maze ($14)- It’s a mystery for your dog at first on how to get treats out of this maze. You load treats through the circle opening on both sides and shake it up. The treats will come out of the sides as your dog learns to move it around. It took a Bella awhile to learn how to do this.
The Rowdy Piper ($9)- A stuffing filled dog toy shaped as a pipe. Bella absolutely loved this toy and was more interested in this product than all the others. But it was destroyed within a day. She pulled out all the stuffing and the two squeakers in it.
Victorian Dinner Treats ($7)- These grain free treats are game flavored. These work well with the Dog Treat Maze
Good Dog Treats Shepards Pie ($6)- These shephard’s pie flavored treats are wheat, corn, and soy free. These treats are tiny so they will probably last longer than a month.
Sherlock Bone’s Smoking Gun Smoke Sticks ($?)- Pork and sweet potato sticks. These are not found on the BarkShop website right now so I don’t have a link or price.
Barkbox costs $29/Month, $24/3 Months, $21/6 Months, and $19/12 Months, with an option of an additional $9 Pupgrade that gives you another toy in each box.
This month’s box contained items worth atleast $36 worth of stuff, plus the smoke sticks that I don’t have a price for. It is definitely worth the price! I may have to renew my subscription again as I only had a buy one get one month free subscription. I found this code BOGOBARKBOXBONUS on RetailMeNot that gives you buy one get one month free subscription plus free shipping!
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