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Bullymake Box Subscription Review + Coupon – March 2017

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Bullymake Box is a monthly subscription box for power chewers. You all have heard about (and seen) some of Nyx’s exploits with plush toys from dog subscription boxes so when I heard about this one, I had to sign up immediately. Nyx is definitely a power chewer! You pick your dog’s weight in 10-pound increments so this is a box for an 80-pound dog (Nyx weighs about 86 right now; she has changed weight in the past few months due to medication issues).

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This review is of the Toys-only, 80-pound, $39 a month, box.

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The Subscription Box: Bullymake Box

The Cost: $39 a month (save with 3, 6, and 12-month subscriptions)

COUPON: Use code Bullymake5 to save $5 off your first box!

The Products: Toys and treats specifically tailored for heavy chewing dogs (no plushes). You can also choose a “toys only” box. Because of Nyx’s dietary issues, I went with the “toys only” box. You can also enter specific allergy information in a box on the checkout screen.

Ships to: USA (free!) and Canada for $8

Good to know: if you want a toys-only box, you must select that during sign-up. Otherwise, you will get the default box, which does include some treats.

Check out all of our Bullymake Box reviews and see lots of other great boxes for dogs in the Pet Subscription Box Directory!

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Not all boxes are the same due to the fact that you can choose your dog’s size in 10-pound increments, choose a toys-only box, etc., but there is usually an information card highlighting an item or two from the box.

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Squeak and Glow Ball by Bullymake – Listed Value $17

Bullymake Box has started including some of their branded toys in boxes. They have all been really good toys so far. This one is not in their shop yet, so I’ve given the value from the information card. This LIGHTS UP (like small, flashing lights of various colors). I really tried to get shots of that but it just didn’t happen. Nyx did enjoy playing with it, though.

Softflex Incredibles Ring – Value $10?

The particular name of this item makes it difficult to search online (all my initial results were for engagement rings…). So I have estimated the price based on the size and materials. Nyx loves ring toys. Thankfully this one is too small to play tug with (that’s her favorite ring toy activity), but she is also happy just chewing on it.

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Flavorit Bark Bone (peanut butter, for dogs over 50 pounds) – Value $14.99

We get bones from this company a lot in dog subscription boxes but that’s OK because they don’t set off Nyx’s IBD (great, since they have flavors in them). And she has so much fun gnawing on bone toys.  If your dog has no food issues, you can also spread peanut butter or something similar along the middle, where it will collect in the little holes.

Hero Built Tough Red Bone – Value $12?

For whatever reason, my searches for this one weren’t useful, either. (I actually turned up a photo of Ken Bone, who wore the red sweater and got 15 minutes of fame after one of the Presidential debates. Go, Google!) Anyway, Nyx loves bone toys whether they have flavors in them or not, and this one is super sturdy so this was another win.

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Jolly Pets Flathead (large) – Value $8.99?

I’ve linked to the same product line, although the colors are different. You’ll never get toys with stuffing in Bullymake Box, but this is the first toy of this sort we’ve received since I started this subscription. Of course, Nyx loves pretty much all toys and she did like this. And yes, it makes an annoying sound. It is still in pretty good shape after one session.

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Here are some shots of Nyx enjoying toys from the box.

Verdict: I calculated a value of about $63 for the March 2017 Bullymake Box. Even if my estimates are a little off on the toys I couldn’t find for sale online, that is still a great value for a box that costs around $40 a month. Nyx loved all the toys and they have held up well so far. I also like the option for a “toys only” box since Nyx’s IBD put treats off limits for her.

What do you think of the March 2017 Bullymake 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).

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

5 Comments

  1. I wanted to love this box SO BAD, but I had to cancel. I have a 65 lb Catahoula hound who will destroy any and all toys in existence (the exception being Nylabone toys, because of course he would pick the most expensive ones) but I digress. I signed up for Feb. Bullymake, and my dog killed all but one of the toys – except for the tri-tug, which is awesome and is still going strong.

    I have to say though, Bullymake’s customer service is top notch. When I cancelled, I made a mention of the destroyed toys, and they immediately asked for pics so they could send a replacement (they have a 14 day guarantee). I chose not to get a new one, because my dog would just kill it again, but I appreciated the offer.

    • AWW – bummer. Did you see if they have tougher toys to replace them with…even little treats….the customer service is awesome and it would be a shame to spend the money and NOT get a power chewer toy, happy dog out of it:) Just an idea.

  2. My dog is absolutely in love with that light up squeaky ball! He has no problems making it squeak (of course) but seems to struggle to get it to light up sometimes so he, no joke, it tosses it at me as if to say “you do it mom!” I throw it hard at the ground or at the wall, it lights up, he runs after it all happy and then continues to run around and around in circles with it lit up and squeaking in his mouth. I thought for sure it wouldn’t last since it isn’t the usual hard rubber toy or plastic chew bone but it’s been over week and it’s still going strong! And it’s still one of his favorite toys ever. We are both so happy…by the simplest things…haha.

    • HA!! I love it “you do it mom”…..mine is still not all that into it but it will grow on her:) The half ball that they sent is still going after three months and I thought for sure that it would be killed since you put food or little treats (like the kong toys) but nope…it’s fun and actually took her longer to get the little bites out of it. She spent an hour licking the treat that blocked the hole:) Mine seems scared of the light up action…she actually ran from it.

  3. I didn’t get the circle toy but my dog absolutely loves the toys from bullymake so far!

    And all of them are still going strong after three months.

    The only one so far that she hasn’t gotten into is the light up one featured in the pics above. She didn’t like the squeak so I pushed scissors into it and it lit up….and the squeaker became more of a normal squeak. Many in our family get migraines and that high pitched thing was gonna be a deal breaker LOL. She isn’t that fond of the turkey treats in this months box where she LOVES every other kind of treat there is.

    She plays with a ball and a toy at the same time most of the time so a treat and a toy missing isn’t going to make me leave this great box. I dropped a bunch of mine to get her a 3 month trial after barkbox was a total failure for her. Even the rope toy from two months ago is still tuggable…that’s power right there. She is a Lab/Pit mix and about 70 pds of POWER.

    I recommend this box and am in no way compensated for it – it’s just *that* good if you have a pit, pit mix or other strong jawed dog – get it for a month and see. You can also request no treats and let them know about any allergies. You can also pay about 9 bucks for an extra toy in the box.

    It’s a pretty cool way for dog lovers to avoid the stuffed toys that other boxes include and last five minutes (at best) I’ve sewn enough stuffed toys to know that at this point there are better things to do with her.

    The value is always worth more than the box. Plus, she acts like it is christmas when the box comes so you get happiness to see your furry kid happy.

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