February Super Chewer Box Review + Coupon: Pups and Kisses

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It’s time for our monthly review of Super Chewer, the dog subscription box for extreme chewers and toy destroyers! February is the month of love and we are totally smitten with the latest Super Chewer Box. Each month’s theme is different, and this month is Pups + Kisses, the perfect gift for your furry sweetheart.

The Super Chewer Box from the folks at Bark is designed for dogs who are toy destroyers and need more long-lasting meaty chews. If you’ve been thinking about getting your dog a subscription box but worry the toys and treats won’t last, then this one is for you.

Daisy’s subscription has been customized for her size and food sensitivities, and your dog’s plan can be, too.

Sizes are: “Small but Mighty” for up to 20 pound dogs, “Middle Weight” 20-50 pounds, “Large and in Charge” for dogs 50+ pounds.

Every Super Chewer Box includes $40+ worth of dog stuff:

  • 2 Extremely durable dog toys (plus free toy replacement, no questions asked)
  • 2 Full-size bags of natural dog treats (made in USA)
  • 2 long-lasting meat chews (made in USA)
  • Free US Shipping
  • Satisfaction Guarantee

Read on to learn all about what was in our Super Chewer Box this month.

Then be sure to use our exclusive coupon code: WOOFWOOFMAMA to get a FREE extra month added to any plan! (yes, even the monthly no commitment plan)

Here’s a breakdown of what was in this month’s Super Chewer Box along with the retail values of each item if purchased separately:

February Super Chewer Box Dog Toys

Love Is Real Dog Toy ($14 retail value) This durable, all-natural rubber dog toy may look sweet but don’t let his smile fool your — he is a tough guy for sure. Perfect as a chew toy and bouncy for a fun game of fetch. He’s also got some spots for adding treats or kibble for extra fun.

Treat Your Heart Out Dog Toy ($14 retail value) Smoosh some mashed banana, yogurt, or your favorite dog-safe nut butter in the grooves for some serious licks! This dog toy is BPA Free and dishwasher safe for easy cleanup. Of course Daisy had to take hers to our brand new area rug! Lots of slobbering, so keep that in mind as you plan a location for your dog to enjoy.

February Super Chewer Box Dog Treats

Pork Cuts Dog Treats ($5 retail value)  All-natural and grain-free, made in the USA with a single protein source. Nice size, chewy strips.

Salmon Bites Dog Treats ($5 retail value) Tiny bites of crunchy, freeze-dried salmon. Made in Canada, all-natural and delicious! Daisy is a real fish-lover so these are a BIG hit.

Pork Stick for Dogs ($3 retail value) Every Super Chewer Box includes two meaty chew sticks each month. This simple pork chew is made in the USA with natural ingredients including Pork, Chickpeas, Pea Flour and Coconut. These sticks are hard enough to chew but still soft enough to break into smaller pieces if you like to ration your dog’s portions.

Salmon Stick for Dogs ($3 retail value) This yummy limited-ingredient dog treat is made with wholesome ingredients including salmon, pea flour, chickpeas, coconut, tapioca flour, and kale.

Dog moms and dads will be happy to know that, just like with the toys, every Super Chewer treat comes with a happiness guarantee. If you or your dog don’t love something, let them know and Super Chewer will send you something else and help you to personalize your dog’s box for future deliveries.

Super Chewer Box Cost and Value

By our calculation, this month’s BarkBox Super Chewer edition had $44 worth of dog toys, treats and chews if you were to purchase them all separately. That makes the subscription a real bargain when you consider that plans starts as low as $29/month with free US shipping included.

Plus, these dog toys are designed to be extra durable, for extreme chewers and toy destroyers. And they are original toys designed exclusively for the Bark company, so you can’t buy them anywhere else!

Super Chewer Box Coupon Code

If you’d like to try a Super Chewer Box  for your toy destroyer, visit this link and use Super Chewer coupon code WOOFWOOFMAMA to get a FREE month added to any order of 1-month or longer.

February BarkBox Review + Coupon: Dinner Dates Edition

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We’re back with our latest BarkBox review where we show you everything Daisy got in her monthly delivery of dog toys, treats and surprises. February is all about Valentine’s Day and romance, and BarkBox did not disappoint. The theme of this month’s box is Dinner Dates — perfect for a night in with your furry sweetheart, so grab your main squeeze and get cozy. We’re spicing things up with an inside look at this month’s BarkBox for dogs.

As with each month’s dog subscription box from BarkBox, this one included 2 fun toys inspired by the theme, plus 2 full-size bags of dog treats and a tasty meat chew. You can expect a value of $30-$40 worth of dog toys and treats in each month’s BarkBox, for as low as $21/month including Free US Shipping. Read on to see what we thought of our February BarkBox.

Daisy gets the large dog box which is shown in all our BarkBox reviews, but whatever size your dog is, they will get the same number of toys and treats in appropriate sizes. Treats are also customized based on whether you specify food allergies in your dog’s BarkBox profile.

Okay Hot Stuff, we hope you’ll stay for our BarkBox review but if you are just here for the BarkBox coupon, promo code WOOFWOOFMAMA will get you a FREE extra month added to any order of 1-month or more at BarkBox.com/woofwoofmama.

February BarkBox Dog Toys

Bae Rito Dog Toy ($10 retail value) I will snuggle up to a burrito any day of the week! This one is a super adorable dog toy with a special surprise inside.

Hot Stuff Dog Toy ($10 retail value) This spicy toy is a big bottle of hot sauce stuffed with a giant squeaker, some crinkle material, and a t-shirt rope for tugging. He even has a “chewtrition” label on his back!

You can really see how much detail, thought and creativity go into the design of each BarkBox dog toy. Always super cute and unique, the BarkBox folks never fail to surprise and delight us with something new in each month’s box. Not every dog gets the same toys in their BarkBox, so here’s a look at some of the variations. Love is definitely on the menu!

February BarkBox Dog Treats

Simple Pork Cuts Dog Treats ($5 retail value) All-natural and grain-free, made in the USA with a single protein source. Nice size, chewy strips.

Simple Lamb Bites Dog Treats ($5 retail value) Made with only two ingredients: freeze-dried lamb and natural pea protein. These are crunchy little bites that are great as training treats.

Pork Stick for Dogs ($3 retail value) Every BarkBox includes one meaty chew stick each month. This simple pork chew is made in the USA with natural ingredients including Pork, Chickpeas, Pea Flour and Coconut.

Part of what we love about getting BarkBox is the fun little extras that are included to match the theme. This one is an adorable sign you can fill out to pose with your dinner date for a photo. Great for sharing on social media or just for capturing the special memory.

This month’s BarkBox was love at first sight, but if you ever receive a toy or treat that doesn’t make you happy or that isn’t suitable for your dog, know that BarkBox will send you a FREE replacement with no questions asked. You don’t even have to send back the unwanted item. They encourage you to donate or share it, and will send you a replacement more to your dog’s liking! It’s part of their Scout’s Honor Satisfaction Guarantee that comes with every delivery.

BarkBox Cost and Value

By our calculation, this month’s BarkBox had $33 worth of dog toys and  treats if you were to purchase them all separately.

That’s a great value when you consider that subscription prices start at $21/month with free US Shipping. And WAY cheaper than a real spa day!

In addition to saving money, we also love the WOW-factor and excitement of getting a new delivery of surprises each month. It’s a chance to discover new dog treats and toys that we might not have known about otherwise. And the BarkBox toys are really Instagram-worthy, making them the perfect photo props in addition to some amazing and unique dog toys!

Visit BarkBox HERE to learn more and customize a box for your dog!

January Super Chewer Box Review + Coupon: Mutt Mountain Slopes

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Each month, we bring you a new Super Chewer Box Review so you can see just what to expect, including a full breakdown of everything you dog moms and dads need to know about this dog subscription box made especially for extreme chewers!

The Super Chewer Box from the folks at BarkBox is designed for dogs who are toy destroyers and need more long-lasting meaty chews. If you’ve been thinking about getting your dog a subscription box but worry the toys and treats won’t last, then this one is for you.

Each month’s theme is different, and this month’s Super Chewer box theme is Mutt Mountain Slopes, so grab your favorite ski buddy!

Daisy’s subscription has been customized for her size and food sensitivities, and your dog’s plan can be, too.

Sizes are: “Small but Mighty” for up to 20 pound dogs, “Middle Weight” 20-50 pounds, “Large and in Charge” for dogs 50+ pounds.

Every Super Chewer Box includes $40+ worth of dog stuff:

  • 2 Extremely durable dog toys (plus free toy replacement, no questions asked)
  • 2 Full-size bags of natural dog treats (made in USA)
  • 2 long-lasting meat chews (made in USA)
  • Free US Shipping
  • Satisfaction Guarantee

Read on to learn all about what was in our Super Chewer Box this month.

Then be sure to use our exclusive coupon code: WOOFWOOFMAMA to get a FREE extra month added to any plan! (yes, even the monthly no commitment plan)

Here’s a breakdown of what was in this month’s Super Chewer Box along with the retail values of each item if purchased separately:

January Super Chewer Box Dog Toys

Sometimes we get tough rubber chew toys and balls from Super Chewer, but this month both toys were the hard nylon variety, similar to a Nylabone.

Ginger’s Gingerbread Squirrel Dog Toy ($14 retail value) Unlike most gingerbread, this one is bacon-scented! Super tough and super cute, too!

Pup A Cold One Dog Toy ($14 retail value) This is *an actual functioning bottle opener* in addition to being a fun and long-lasting dog toy.

January Super Chewer Box Dog Treats

Peanut Butter & Carob Cuts Dog Treats ($5 retail value) Chew, jerky-like strips made in the USA with all the good stuff and none of the junk. High protein and gluten free.

100% Pork Liver Bites Dog Treats ($5 retail value) Freeze-dried for crispy crunch. Made in Canada with 100% pork liver. Daisy LOVES crunch snacks the best!

Peanut Butter & Carob Stick Dog Treat ($3 retail value) Hard and chewy, but soft enough to break into smaller pieces if you don’t want to give the whole thing to your dog at once.

Sweet Potato Stick Dog Treat ($3 retail value) This chew stick is made with sweet potatoes, chick peas, pea flour, coconut and more healthy ingredients dogs love.

Dog moms and dads will be happy to know that, just like with the toys, every Super Chewer treat comes with a happiness guarantee. If you or your dog don’t love something, let them know and Super Chewer will send you something else and help you to personalize your dog’s box for future deliveries.

Super Chewer Box Cost and Value

By our calculation, this month’s BarkBox Super Chewer edition had $44 worth of dog toys, treats and chews if you were to purchase them all separately. That makes the subscription a real bargain when you consider that plans starts as low as $29/month with free US shipping included.

Plus, these dog toys are designed to be extra durable, for extreme chewers and toy destroyers. And they are original toys designed exclusively for the Bark company, so you can’t buy them anywhere else!

Super Chewer Box Coupon Code

If you’d like to try a Super Chewer Box  for your toy destroyer, visit this link and use Super Chewer coupon code WOOFWOOFMAMA to get a FREE month added to any order of 1-month or longer.

January BarkBox Review + Coupon: Spa Day Edition

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After the hectic holidays, January is a time for a focusing on wellness, self-care and some much-needed relaxation. What better way to kick of the month than with a Spa Day, which is exactly what the folks at Bark had in mind when they designed and curated this month’s BarkBox theme. Daisy and I hadn’t had a spa day in ages, so we really had fun unboxing this one! Grab your favorite scented candle, put on your coziest slippers and join us as we review this month’s BarkBox.

As with each month’s dog subscription box from BarkBox, this one included 2 fun toys inspired by the theme, plus 2 full-size bags of dog treats and a tasty meat chew. You can expect a value of $30-$40 worth of dog toys and treats in each month’s BarkBox, for as low as $21/month including Free US Shipping. Read on to see what we thought of our January BarkBox.

Daisy gets the large dog box which is shown in all our BarkBox reviews, but whatever size your dog is, they will get the same number of toys and treats in appropriate sizes. Treats are also customized based on whether you specify food allergies in your dog’s BarkBox profile.

We hope you’ll stay for our BarkBox review but if you are just here for the BarkBox coupon, promo code WOOFWOOFMAMA will get you a FREE extra month added to any order of 1-month or more at BarkBox.com/woofwoofmama.

January BarkBox Dog Toys

Shauna In The Sauna Dog Toy ($10 retail value) This adorable sheep is wrapped in a luxury terry towel and headed straight for the sauna after her spaw treatment. Spiky ball inside for extra fun at playtime.

Aro-mutt-therapy Candle Dog Toy ($10 retail value) What’s a spa day without a scented candle?!? This one is also a tug toy, with t-shirt rope as the wick.

You can really see how much thought and creativity go into the design of each BarkBox dog toys. Always super cute and unique, and the BarkBox folks never fail to surprise and delight us with something new in each month’s box. Not every dog gets the same toys in their BarkBox, so here’s a look at some of the variations.

January BarkBox Dog Treats

Swimmy Jerky Bites Salmon Dog Treats ($6 retail value) Made and sourced in the USA, and stuffed with salmon. These chewy bites are the perfect size for training or an after spa snack.

Pork Liver Crunchies ($5 retail value) Made in Canada, and 100% pork liver. Freeze dried, natural nutrition. Crisp and crunchy!

Pork Stick for Dogs ($3 retail value) Every BarkBox includes one meaty chew stick each month. This simple pork chew is made in the USA with natural ingredients including Pork, Chickpeas, Pea Flour and Coconut.

We think this month’s BarkBox was 5-Star, as every spa experience should be, but if you ever receive a toy or treat that doesn’t make you happy or that isn’t suitable for your dog, know that BarkBox will send you a FREE replacement with no questions asked. You don’t even have to send back the unwanted item. They encourage you to donate or share it, and will send you a replacement more to your dog’s liking! It’s part of their Scout’s Honor Satisfaction Guarantee that comes with every delivery.

BarkBox Cost and Value

By our calculation, this month’s BarkBox had $34 worth of dog toys and  treats if you were to purchase them all separately.

That’s a great value when you consider that subscription prices start at $21/month with free US Shipping. And WAY cheaper than a real spa day!

In addition to saving money, we also love the WOW-factor and excitement of getting a new delivery of surprises each month. It’s a chance to discover new dog treats and toys that we might not have known about otherwise. And the BarkBox toys are really Instagram-worthy, making them the perfect photo props in addition to some amazing and unique dog toys!

Visit BarkBox HERE to learn more and customize a box for your dog!

Dog Book Gift Idea: Doggie Language, A Dog Lover’s Guide to Understanding Your Best Friend

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With so many people quarantining and/or working from home, 2020 has been a BIG year for pet adoption! If you or someone you know has recently adopted a puppy or adult dog, there’s a new book we think you should know about. It’s Doggie Language: A Dog Lover’s Guide to Understanding Your Best Friend by Lili Chin.

If you’ve ever wondered what your dog is thinking, feeling or trying to tell you, then this adorable and informative book will help you answer those questions and more. It’s the perfect illustrated guide to seeing and understanding the subtle visual cues and interpreting the behaviors used by your beloved pup to express how they’re feeling. The more we notice and listen to what our dogs are trying to tell us, the more we can improve our relationship with our best friends, helping them to feel safe and happy.

The author, Lili Chin, is an artist best known for co-creating the Warner Bros hit animated series “Mucha Lucha” and for her globally popular dog art. The founder of Doggie Drawings, she provides custom illustration and a catalog of art products for sale. Her dog behavior infographics have become a popular tool for dog training professionals, veterinarians, behaviorists, and welfare groups who advocate for humane animal training methods. Her animal artwork has also been featured in art museums, on television, and in world-wide educational media campaigns, and her “Dogs of The World” poster series has been a viral hit. She lives in Los Angeles with her muse: her rescued, blue-eyed boston terrier, Boogie. [Read more…]

Here’s a look at the topics covered in Doggie Language plus a few sample pages:

Visit this page to read customer reviews, preview more pages and get the book for yourself and your favorite dog lover. It’s currently available in hardcopy for $11.99 and will ship in time for Christmas if you order soon!