BarkBox Subscription Box Review & Coupon – February 2016
BarkBox is a monthly subscription box for dogs. It’s one of our favorite subscription boxes – our dog loves it, and we’ve gifted it to dogs in our extended family as well!
BarkBox customizes your box to your dog’s size. For reference, this review is for the small size (our dog weighs 14 pounds). Check out Ragan’s review of last month’s box for large dogs!
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: BarkBox
The Cost: $29 a month, or $19 a month with a 12-month subscription.
COUPON: Get a free extra month when you sign up for any length subscription (MSABONUSBOX) or 10% off (ADDICTION) any new BarkBox Subscription with coupon code MSABONUSBOX or ADDICTION
The Products: Toys, treats, and grooming products perfect for your dog based on their size.
Ships to: US and Canada
Keep track of your subscriptions – add BarkBox to your subscription list or wish list!
The info card now only lists the ‘Featured Item’. For all of the other items in the box, you have to download their app to find out information.
This month’s theme is Lunar New Year!
Please note, I’m using the values from the app.
Small Bites Roasted Duck – Value $6
Surprisingly – these are more expensive on Amazon than the Barkshop. Our dog LOVES these treats. Actually, he’s loved everything from Plato Pet Treats, and we have re-bought past Plato treats. These are definitely on the repeat treat list.
Mini Stretchy the Serpentine – Value $14
The first toy of the month is this soft/hard toy serpentine. If you’ve read my past reviews, you might know that our dog refuses all hard toys. I now know that he also dislike hard/soft toys. The shell of this toy if a thicker, but stretchy, plastic that squeaks.
Chow Chow Mein Treats – Value $9
Liz and I loved the packaging here – they really did a great job with the theme this month. Unfortunately, our dog also dislikes hard treats that aren’t rawhide bones. It sounds like he’s high-maintenance, and he is.
Here are the treats inside the container.
Andi’s Famous Plush Dumplings – Value $16
Liz and I agree that this is, by far, the cutest thing we’ve received from any dog box. Buckles is going wild for this toy, it’s his absolute favorite. Inside this soft dumpling container hides 3 little dumplings.
And here they are! They are the perfect size for our dog to play with. Each one has a squeaker too!
Etta Says Duck Chew – Value $4
While our dog likes these, a lot, we tend to hide them from him because they don’t seem to stay down once he finishes them.
Verdict: This was my personal favorite BarkBox ever. The toys we cute and fun, the theme was well done, and most importantly – the dog absolutely loves his toys and treats. Our dog is a bit picky, but luckily we have other dogs to gift treats too. It would be nice to see some customization options in the future, though.
What did you think of the February BarkBox?