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UPDATE – Teruffic Dog Subscription Box Review + Coupon – June 2016

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Teruffic Box is a subscription box for dogs. There are a few more customization options with this one than for some other dog boxes, including a “ginormous” (over 100 lbs) dog option, which is something I haven’t seen from other boxes and which I believe is definitely needed. Toys for a 50 pound dog just wouldn’t work for a Great Dane, St. Bernard, or Bull Mastiff!  (My Rottweiler, Nyx, is about 82 pounds right now, so this is a review of the “large” – 51-100 lbs – Teruffic box.)


This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)


The Subscription Box: Teruffic Box

The Cost: $30 month-to-month for a standard Teruffic Box, or choose from many other options (heavy chewer, puppy, birthday, toys only, treats only and multi-pup) or add on additional products; most options are in the $26-33 range. Save with longer subscriptions.

The Products: Toys, treats, and bones selected based on your dog’s chewing habits and dietary needs.

Ships to: US (free), $5 (elsewhere)

Check out lots of other great boxes for dogs in the Pet Subscription Box Directory and make sure to add Teruffic Box to your subscription list or wishlist!



There wasn’t an information card in this box, but did include this ID tag. If you are an active Teruffic Box subscriber, you can put this on your dog’s collar. If your dog gets lost, whoever finds him or her can call the number on the tag, give the ID number, and help reunite you with your dog. I will put this on Nyx’s collar although she never leaves the house off-leash due to her medical issues. But, I suppose it doesn’t hurt to be careful, because she can’t go very long at all without her medication.


KONG Dynos Pterodactyl Dog Toy – Value $5.58

KONG Dynos T-Rex Dog Toy – Value $5.16

Nyx loved these. But she gets excited about pretty much any toy. These have crinkle stuff inside instead of regular stuffing and Nyx wasn’t able to pull any out, although she did rip them open. I would rate these “medium” on the durability scale.



Here are a few closer views of the dinosaurs. I find it a little strange that there was no barcode tag on them anywhere. But, they are from a current product line.


Dogswell Happy Hips Lamp Strips Dog Treats – Value $5.99

These are made from antibiotic-free lamp and are grain and gluten free so they should be good for a lot of dogs with allergies. Plus, they have glucosamine and chondroitin for joint health.

Rawhide Bone – Value $4.79 (?)

This is rawhide pressed into a bone shape. This arrived with no brand name tag of any kind, so I took the value from a similar item. I can’t give Nyx rawhides due to her sensitive digestive system (you would not believe the gas that rawhides used to give Jet, the Rottie I had before Nyx). I do wish this had had some information about where it was made/sourced.




Nyx was very happy with this toy. It lasted a couple of minutes, which is pretty good for her!

Verdict: I calculated a value of about $21.52 for the June 2016 Teruffic Box. Couple of notes: the prices above, when I could find links, are mostly sale prices from, which is a website I love to order from. MSRPs for these items are going to put the value much closer to the cost of the box. And there is always the possibility of signing up for a longer subscription to save a bit more money each month. I also think there should, perhaps, be some value for the tracking service, but I didn’t know how to calculate that. I think you could probably manage to break even with this in terms of value, at least.

I like that I was able to find at least three of the items from the box currently in production by their manufacturers (no closeouts), though I did think it somewhat odd that the KONG toys didn’t have tags with barcodes. And I wish the bone had a label of some sort so you could figure out where it was made.

I am encouraged from Teruffic Box’s recent email to subscribers that they are listening to what people want from a dog box and are giving lots of new options.

What do you think of the June 2016 Teruffic Box?  Do you subscribe to any dog or cat boxes?

Written by Ragan Buckley

Ragan Buckley

Ragan stumbled across My Subscription Addiction in late 2013 and immediately subscribed to way too many beauty boxes. She’s now focused on boxes for her cats and dog, vegan/vegetarian food boxes, and craft subscriptions (and she didn’t give up beauty boxes entirely).
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  1. we ordered a 3 month subscription. we received our first month, then emailed to change our second month….didn’t get any response, never received our second month, but was charged. now everything is wiped clean. they have no more social media, no more website, no nothing……. not good karma for all us dog owners who supported this new scam company.

    • I haven’t even received my first box at all. I subscribed July 27th, 2016 and got a email August 15 that it was shipped and I haven’t received it and its been 2 weeks. I went to message them on Facebook and go on their site and i see that they have completely disappeared so now I am trying to get my money back if possible threw my bank. They are a complete joke and scam!

  2. You received a far better box than me. I also have a large, heavy chewer dog and they sent terrible toys that fell apart within 20 minutes of play, all of which were plush toys and one had stuffing inside. They included a cake toy that played an obnoxious and long birthday song when squeezed and I definitely did not want the birthday box. They sent two treats, identical brand, type and flavor. I wrote customer service twice about my concerns about the poor fit for a heavy chewer dog and provided pictures of the destroyed toys, but CS never responded back. While in theory this box is great, execution wise, it was a major fail.

  3. Nyx is forever the most adorable Rottie I have ever seen!! Love the pics!!!

  4. I like that it is a box for “tuff” dogs and that you can choose a box for heavy chewers. My retriever is a much heavier chewer than Penny the boxer/pit mix ever was. Rawhide gave Penny terrible gas too. I tend to order from Amazon, but I will need to check out chewy. I had forgotten about them.

    • You have to compare Chewy and Amazon prices. On some things, Chewy leaves Amazon in the dust, but on other things (or for free shipping under $50, if you have Prime), Amazon wins.

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