Hello fellow dog parents!
It is the end of the year 2016 and it is amazing to wrap it up on a good note. What greater joy than sharing some love this season, right? Here is the BarkBox review for December Large Dog Box. We are regular subscribes of BarkBox and this month, keeping up with the spirit of sharing and love, we ordered a large box for our friend as well. And their dog, loved it!
BarkBox is a monthly subscription for dogs, and they have been doing a brilliant job over the past few years. The package arrives in the size of a shoe box and contains 2 bags of treats, 2 toys and 1 edible dog chew. The toys and treats are manufactured in either the USA or Canada (and they ship to these countries alone). We love the idea of how each month has a theme and the products, information card, toys, etc., are centered on the theme. Another extremely helpful aspect of the subscription is that you can customize the profile for your dog based on the requirements. Small, medium or large dog, heavy chewer, etc., so that the treats and toys are selected specifically to choose your dog’s needs. We certainly find this useful, which works most of the time. Moreover, the order you receive will help you to save some money, after calculating their individual price. Our subscription charge is $29 per month and we are quite content with the products we receive every month (although, it isn’t always a happy ending).
The first bag of treats that Lexie picked out to taste was Grandma Bowser’s Country Oven Biscuits in Pumpkin Pie with Sweet Dried Apples. The ingredients look very promising; grain free, soy free and with real apple bits! Oh, Lexie loved it. We added one biscuit each to her mealtime (that is after she is done with her meal). No complaints with this one, all went good.
The edible dog chew for the December BarkBox was Etta SaysPremium7” Deer Chew. Well, Lexie has never had a deer chew before so we gifted this to a friend’s dog who. As mentioned earlier, she has a sensitive tummy so we did not wish to experiment at the end of a good year.
The toys of this month were both plushies. One was a champagne bottle and the other a skier. The toys were definitely cute and along with the theme, but, they were too delicate for any large dog. Being the heavy chewer she is, the toys lasted no longer than few minutes. First she went for the bottle toy, which we had to take it away from her once we noticed she was ripping it off. Quite upset with this, she went ahead to toss about the skier toy, which also ended with the same story. For heavy chewers and large dogs, maybe these weren’t the wise pick of toys to be sent.
Otherwise, this was a good month with a varied package as always. We have been faithful subscribers of BarkBox and always will be. There was indeed few disappointments with the toys, but it happens once in a while which we have preferred to keep aside. Meanwhile, we are looking forward to the January BarkBox eagerly!
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