The January Barkbox came and January flew by before I even had a chance to open the box and review it! I finally got around to it and it was full of some fun goodies for the pups! Here’s our January Barkbox Review and Reveal.
The Box: BarkBox is a monthly subscription box tailored just for dogs. Each box is customized to your dog’s size. We have two dogs that are both in the small category so our box is tailored to small dogs. What you receive in your box for the month may differ depending on your dog’s size and other factors you include in your profile when you first sign up.
The Price: $29/Month for 1 Month, $25/Month for 6 Months, or $21/Month for 12 Months. Get one month free with a six or 12 months subscription if you sign up using this link.
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What’s Included?: Toys, Treats, and occasionally other pooch products.
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It was evident as soon as we opened the box that this was a “travel” and adventure themed package. The graphics on the tissue paper and the little included passport with #pupintheair were a cute touch.
Honest Love Snack Rings with real Lamb and Cheddar
The first thing we noticed when opening the box was this cute bag of treats. Anything with cheese in it is sure to be a favorite with our dogs! They are grain free and on the softer side. I especially loved the adorable packaging.
Wagatha’s Venison and Cranberries All Natural Dog Biscuits
This cute box of dog biscuits comes “Barkbox approved” and it was definitely approved by our pups. I love the effort Barkbox seems to put effort into making sure the included treats are made from good ingredients.
Etta Says! Premium Duck Chew
Our dogs and specifically our Mini Aussie are big chewers. This crunchy stick will come in handy!
Tailwinds Airplane Chew Toy
This is a great durable chew toy that can be used as is or you can insert treats or use as an object for a game of fetch. We can only do super durable dog toys at our house and we’re happy to add this into the rotation of toys that don’t get destroyed in under 60 seconds.
Planet Dog Orbee-Tuff Globe
Another durable chew toy! Hooray. this one is also very cute and fitting to the overall theme. It claims to be bouyant and bouncy and also taste minty. I can’t attest to the flavor and since the dogs can’t tell me I guess we’ll have to take their word for it! It certainly smells minty though and is holding up well.
That’s it for our January BarkBox. I can’t say that we saved any money by ordering this box but I do feel like we get a good value for our dollar. One of the best parts of subscription services is getting to try fun new stuff that you never would have picked out yourself or even seen in a store. It adds a little bit of excitement and mystery into an otherwise routine existence which is why I find it both fun and useful. We hope you enjoyed reading our review! If you’d like to try BarkBox for yourself you can sign up using our referral code here.