We have decided to start in January this year with an amazing choice of dog products. This is our first BarkBox Subscription and we are thrilled to commence our journey as regular BarkBox subscribers. Here is our very first BarkBox January 2019 Subscription Box Review for Small Dogs! Hope you will enjoy reading it as much as we loved buying it. Let’s head to the BarkBox for Small Dogs January 2019.
So, for fellow newcomers like us, ‘What Is BarkBox?’
Barkbox Dog Subscription Box
For those who are new around here, BarkBox is a monthly dog subscription box that ships to U.S and Canada. It is priced at $29 per box for one month, $25 per box with a 6-month subscription, and $21 per box with a 12-month subscription. You can alter your subscription plan, cancel it or stop it anytime. Each month the subscription box shipped will contain dog treats, toys, dog grooming products, dog chews, etc. All the products sent in the box are made either in the U.S or Canada. BarkBox sends quality products alone that comes with a fair warning regarding allergies and a complete description of the ingredients and contents in the pack.
The best part of BarkBox, you can customize your order based size of your dog. You can make the choices from ‘Small and Cute’ (0-20 pounds), ‘Just Right’ (20-50 pounds), and ‘Big and Bold’ (50+ pounds). This size preference allows you to receive treats and toys that will match your dog’s size and strength. If your energy bundle is a heavy chewer, you can specify that as well! For such persistent teeth, they have the exclusive BarkBox Super Chewer Boxes. They come as ‘Small but Mighty’ (0 to 20 pounds), ‘Middle Weight’ (20 to 50 pounds), and ‘Large and in Charge’ (50 plus pounds). This box type will send your pet the toys that challenge their teeth and time. Super Chewer box is priced at $39 per month for a box, $34 per box for 6 months subscription and $29 per box for an annual subscription. Additionally, every month highlights a theme and all the goodies sent are centered on it.
BarkBox January 2019 Subscription Box for Small Dogs
Baxter, our pup of joy, is a 5-month-old Labradoodle. Surprisingly, for a pup of his age, Baxter is calm and composed. Although we contemplate on whether or not we need to upgrade ourselves to the BarkBox for Medium Dogs category, Baxter’s personality very much suits the BarkBox for Small Dogs category so we will be sticking to this for a while. January 2019 BarkBox theme was ‘Vikings of Valhowla’.
The goodies that were theme centered include a pop up, Viking helmet with a headband, colorful wrapper with 3 different Viking village and sea scenarios (which also had some letters jumbled into them that spelt BARK), a Vikings’ family tree, Norse Sniffology to fill in details from hints given below, and amazing customized toys.
Barkshop Feast Of Valhowla Berserk For Peanut Butter Dog Treats
This pack of BarkBox treats nailed the recipe to delight any taste bud! It contains peanut butter, bacon, blueberries, and flaxseed. Each of these ingredients is rich in fiber, omega-3-fatty acids, and antioxidants. The treats are perfect in size for small and medium-sized dogs. Baxter loves them and enjoys them along with his meals in small portions. Also, they are free from fillers, wheat, soy, and corn, which make them safe for consumption for dogs of all age groups.
Barkshop Feast Of Valhowla Quack Na Rok Dog Treats
The next bag of dog treats is a healthy nutritious mix of ingredients-pork, duck, potatoes, and cranberry. These are small cubes which are best to mix with dog food or even as treats during training. Baxter relished these as well and preferred them during his training sessions. These are also free from wheat, corn, and soy and contain only high-grade ingredients.
BarkBox Jormungandr & Steve
Baxter is a gentle angel. We wonder if he is the only pup with whom plush toys survive the longest. The first plush toy he softly tugged at was the two-headed sea turtle monster. It has a squeaker and crinkly surface. It is entertaining and serves good to play tug of war with the two heads. Baxter is not a chewer, so we cannot comment on how durable the toy will be with other small dogs, but, at our home, it was a winner.
BarkBox Erik The Red Squirrel
The next toy we had to present before Baxter was a red squirrel plush toy. It is spiky, bouncy, has a squeaker, and a crinkly tail. This did not intrigue his interest Baxter as much as the sea monster. Anyway, it does look like a sturdy toy even for a heavy nibbler.
Jones Natural Chews Windees Dog Treats
Baxter, although still teething, is well behaved even with his dog chews (we can’t believe it either!). He usually takes bones to nibble on. We have been keeping a close eye on his diet still. Hence this meaty and delicious trachea treat was gifted to another dog who loves them. The dog chew has been sourced and made in the U.S.A. All ingredients used in the chew are of excellent quality and it is rich in proteins, fats, and fiber. It is an all natural chew which will leave you with no worry of causing any allergies to your pet. However, we would advise that you be the best judge of what you want to feed your dog.
We have reached the end of the BarkBox January 2019 Subscription Box Review for Small Dogs. BarkBox subscription boxes for dogs always have good value for money. BarkBox reviews and products have not failed once to grab our attention, which made us grab the best BarkBox subscription service in return. We expect to come back with many more interesting BarkBox reviews over the upcoming months as Baxter grows. Until then, woof woof!