Hello fellow fur fans,
Back with a BarkBox review and it feels amazing! We are almost at the end of the year and we are excited to bring you our review of the October BarkBox Subscription for Medium Sized Dogs. We have been subscribing for BarkBox 2 years now and with each passing year the fun increases. Of course, not all months are a complete win but it is always very close to perfection. My wife and I are proud dog parents to 2 fur children. Rover, a German Shepherd, aged 4 and Woila, an Australian Shepherd, aged 3. We adore our dogs and pamper them, but we have also gotten them acclimatized to a wide range of food products. Woila especially, who was a rescue pup.
To provide you with a quick gist about BarkBox; it is a brilliant subscription plan for dogs. It operates within USA and Canada and the products are also manufactured in these countries only. BarkBox allows you to create a profile for your dog and customize it; based on dog size: Small and Cute (0-20 pounds), Just Right (20-50 pounds) and Big and Bold (50+ pounds). You can also select options to mention if your dog is a heavy chewer. Each package sends treats, toys, edible dog chew and grooming products. Every month BarkBox highlights a theme and that is simply adorable. BarkBox for one month costs $29 (which is a good price for the qualitative products shipped).
Woila is hyperactive. She knows her BarkBox by just one look and sniff (although she is equally tempted by Rover’s large BarkBox). The first thing Woila went to this month was Healthy Dogma’s Bacon Treats. These were grainy in texture, and crunchy (I suppose). The outer package also had cute images of Halloween. BarkBox has sent many treats from Healthy Dogma before, so Woila isn’t new to these.
The second treat bag was American Hound All Natural Jerky Dog Treats. Pork and Sweet Potato are the magic combination of these that left Woila wanting more and more!
The toys of this month are the biggest highlights. They were simply adorable! The first toy that caught Woila’s attention was a cauldron plush toy. The rope handles and squeakers were perfect for her to toss about. The second plush toy was a zombie squirrel. This one; oh, it drove Woila crazy. She probably mistook it for a real misshaped animal and gnawed it all the more. This October BarkBox was a full on win-win at our home because both the toys lasted long with our heavy chewer girl!
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