We were a little behind schedule in letting Daisy open her June BarkBox but it was worth the wait. The theme was Squeakhearts Under the Stars and it was truly prom-tastic, complete with prom-posal, corsage, and more fun surprises!
In case you aren’t already familiar with BarkBox, it’s the most popular monthly subscription box for dogs and each box is customized for your dog’s size and food allergies.
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Daisy gets the large dog box which is shown here, but whatever size your dog is, they will get the same number of toys and treats…usually 2 fun dog toys, 3 full-size bags of treats and 1 tasty chew. Often there are additional surprises and goodies thrown to go along with the monthly theme.
BarkBox subscription prices start at $21/month and shipping is free for US and Canada. Most toys are Bark exclusives and all treats are made in the US or Canada (we’ve seen some lamb treats from New Zealand and we’re ok with that!)
Here’s a look at what was in the June 2018 Classic BarkBox along with the retail values of each item if purchased separately at the BarkShop:
June BarkBox Dog Treats
Baaallroom Dance Dog Treats ($8 retail value) These lamb and duck dog treats are great for dogs with a sensitive tummy (like Daisy) and are super tasty (according to Daisy). No wheat, corn or soy. Fun short sticks make them the right size for stuffing in puzzle toys.
Fish Platter Dog Treats ($8 retail value) Made with salmon and whitefish; soft and chewy. I like how tiny these dog treats are which makes them perfect as pocket treats while training or out for walks. This full-size bag will last a LONG time since we can dole them out in such small portions!
Deluxe Lamb Chew Stick for Dogs ($4 retail value) Etta Says! is one of our favorite brands for meat chews and this crunchy stick doesn’t disappoint. 7″ of tasty lamb.
June BarkBox Dog Toys
Andrew the Hopeful Nerd Dog Toy ($14 retail value) Adorable prom-posal and super fun 17″ dog toy. BarkBox has started labeling most of their dog toys with info on the features (hidden spikey ball toy inside, rope material, etc.)
Click n’Rip Camera Dog Toy ($16 retail value) It’s been a while since I’ve seen a disposable camera but this one has an extra special surprise BONUS TOY hidden inside!
The info card that came in this month’s BarkBox had perforated tear-out prom accessories: a bow tie and a rose corsage. Just what every dog needs for those perfect prom pics!
BarkBox Cost and Value
By our calculation, this month’s BarkBox had $50 worth of dog toys and treats if you were to purchase them all separately.
That’s an amazing value when you consider that subscription prices start at $21/month with free US and Canadian 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. And the BarkBox toys are really Instagram-worthy, making them the perfect photo props in addition to some amazing dog toys.
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