It has been quite a long time since we met with a BarkBox review. We are happy to be back here with a BarkBox Review for Large Dog November 2018. The November BarkBox Dog Subscription was as awesome as it was any month. Let’s see how it fared!
Barkbox Dog Subscription Box
For the newbies 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 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 Reviews Large Dog November 2018
Our furkid is a 5-year-old German Shepherd. Rover is the joy of our life. With advancing age, he has certainly toned down on mischief, and we admire his maturity as well. Rover is safe from allergies and tummy troubles. However, we do prefer to keep him away from a certain type of food intake. The BarkBox for November 2018 was themed Grinch. Perfect in time for the season!
Fred the Reindeer
Rover isn’t so much into toys. He does play fetch and occasionally chews around with a toy. This reindeer with squeaker is a plush toy that is sturdy enough. Rover’s strength at tug-of-war and fetch is powerful and this toy stood the test of time!
Grinchy Gift, Large
A big compact squeaker gift toy that is perfect for fetch with a dog of any size.
The Grinch With Grinchy Gift
This is also sturdy enough and interesting. But Rover being less curious about toys, he did not find much use for this one either, unless we force him into a game of tug-of-war or fetch.
A cute antler with velcro to tape it on. This was simply adorable for some memorable Christmas pictures.
Turkey Chew Stick
Rover is all in for chews and treats. This turkey chew stick lasted for about 10 minutes and I’m sure it means it was delicious to spare it any longer.
Stink, Steak, Stunk Beef Dog Treats
These are sourced and made in the U.S.A; absolutely delicious beef treats. It was so amazing on the tongue we guess that Rover had to be on timeout to keep him away from these. They are free from toxic fillers and additives and thus safe for all types of dog tummies.
Merry Turkey or Whatever
The next bag of Roast Beast treats was turkey flavored. This one didn’t last for long again. We just had to give in to his whims and let him enjoy the deliciousness a bit more. They are perfect as rewards or can even add them with their regular meals. These are also made in the U.S.A.
We have reached the end of the November BarkBox Review! Great products, great value for money as always. All dog treats and dog toys sent were a hit with Rover and with us as well. Subscribe to BarkBox and share with us your BarkBox reviews!