September BarkBox Review + Coupon (Bark University Edition)

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It’s no wonder that BarkBox is the most popular subscription box service for dogs. Each month’s delivery comes packed with fun goodies dogs love. The September BarkBox theme was Bark University, just in time for back to school! In addition to 2 amazing dog toys and 3 tasty dog treats, the BarkBox also included a Welcome Letter from the Dean and a few more surprises.

We hope you’ll stay for our monthly BarkBox review, but if you’re just here for the BarkBox coupon code, scroll straight down to the end and find out how to snag a FREE BarkBox with any order of 1 month or longer!

Daisy’s been getting her BarkBox deliveries for several years now, and it’s still something we always look forward to! Each month we show you what toys and treats are inside that month’s BarkBox, and how the total value of the individual items compares to the price of a monthly subscription.

Be aware that each BarkBox subscription is customized for your dog’s size and allergies, so individual items will vary. Here’s what we got in her September University-Themed BarkBox:

September BarkBox Dog Toys

Pup of Noodles Dog Toy ($12 retail value) Every college student on a budget practically lives on ramen noodles, but this dog toy has a special surprise built in. Hidden inside is a spiky ball core, which is like a bonus toy when your pup rips through the noodles’ exterior. Squeaky fun and low sodium, too!
Shar-Pei Highlicker ($10 retail value) Stuffed with a squeaky water bottle core and crazy crinkle, this noisy highlighter will make playtime so memorable, your dog will be more than prepared for the pup quiz!

September BarkBox Dog Treats

Lambda Treata Phi Dog Treats ($8 retail value) These all-natural lamb dog treats that are ideal for snacking, a reward, or just grabbing a handful because you’re late to class. The natural smoky flavor make them the perfect study snack!

Brew Biscuit Dog Treats ($8 retail value) Your furry scholar won’t need a fake ID to indulge in these brewery treats. Ingredients: Cheddar cheese, spent grains (barley & rolled oats), coconut oil, natural bacon flavor. College kids love junk food, but as parents we sure love seeing a short list of real food ingredients!

Spirit Stick Pork Chew ($3 retail value) Made in the USA, dried bits of pig have never tasted this good (to a dog) before! This strip of pork hide is slow dried, which produces a super-tough, super-tasty snack for your pup.

As I mentioned, there were a few extra surprises in this month’s BarkBox: A Welcome Letter from the Dean of Admissions at #BARKUniversity along with a Course “Dogalog” registration for, and instructions on how to help your “Valadogtorian” score a perfect 4.0 and win some free dog toys and treats!

BarkBox Cost and Value

By our calculation, this month’s BarkBox had $41 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. 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.

BarkBox Coupon Code

Even better, get a FREE Month of BARKBOX added to any plan with coupon code WOOFWOOFMAMA when you order a 1, 6, or 12-month BarkBox subscription using this link.

Amazon FREE Dog Food and Treat Sample Box

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Dog lovers, don’t miss this chance to snag a sampler box of dog food and treats for your fur kid. As with all the Amazon Sample Boxes, this one is FREE after credit for Prime Members.

How it works:

Items featured in the sample box include Natural Balance, The Honest Company, Blue Buffalo, Nutro and more top pet brands.

Visit this page for more details and to order your Dog Food and Treats Sample Box. Based on past experience, these will sell out quickly. Limit one per customer, and must be an Amazon Prime Member.

Not a Prime Member? Not a problem! Try Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial!

BarkBox FREE Dog Toys for Up To a Year ($108 Value)

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GREAT news! Just got word that this offer has been extended thru Sunday so hurry on over and grab it!

 

What’s better than an extra dog toy? A FREE dog toy every month for the next 6 months or year!

This week only, get a FREE bonus premium toy added to every BarkBox when you sign up for a 6-month or 12-month plan. That’s a savings of up to $108!

The standard BarkBox always includes a monthly delivery of at least 2 great toys, 2 tasty treats and a chew.

By grabbing this special offer, you’ll be guaranteed an extra toy added to every BarkBox your dog receives for the next 6 months or year depending which plan you choose HERE.

Visit our BarkBox Coupons and Reviews page to learn more about BarkBox, see photos and read reviews of past BarkBoxes.

What the Dog Knows: FREE Audiobook for Dog Lovers

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If you love dog books AND you love audiobooks, then now is your chance to snag both for FREE! Sign up for a 30-Day Audible Trial membership. It’s FREE and you get 2 audiobooks of your choice to keep, even if you decide to cancel at the end of the free trial.

One book that’s very popular with dog lovers is What the Dog Knows: The Science and Wonder of Working Dogs by Cat Warren.

Cat Warren is a university professor and former journalist with an admittedly odd hobby: She and her German shepherd have spent the last seven years searching for the dead. Solo is a cadaver dog. What started as a way to harness Solo’s unruly energy and enthusiasm soon became a calling that introduced Warren to the hidden and fascinating universe of working dogs, their handlers, and their trainers.

In What the Dog Knows, Warren uses her ongoing work with Solo as a way to explore a captivating field that includes cadaver dogs, drug and bomb-detecting K9s, tracking and apprehension dogs – even dogs who can locate unmarked graves of Civil War soldiers and help find drowning victims more than two hundred feet below the surface of a lake. Working dogs’ abilities may seem magical or mysterious, but Warren shows the multifaceted science, the rigorous training, and the skilled handling that underlie the amazing abilities of dogs who work with their noses.

Visit this page to read book reviews, listen to an audio sample and then take advantage of the FREE Audible Trial with 2 FREE Audiobook downloads HERE.