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The Dapper Dog Box Review + $10 Off Coupon – January 2017

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The Dapper Dog Box is a box that sends out toys, treats, and accessories tailored to your dog’s size and chewing styles.

This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)


The Subscription Box: The Dapper Dog Box

The Cost: $34.99 per month with free shipping in the US (Shipping: $8 Value according to card) – Mini Subscription available for $24.99 per month

COUPON: Save $10 off your first shipment with coupon code 10OFFFIRSTBOX

The Products: Personalized treats, toys, and accessories, all made from high-end brands that you both will love. Each Box contains 5 full-size items, treats are always made in the USA. Each box will always have a package value of over $65.

Ships: Worldwide

Check out all of our Pet Subscriptions in the Subscription Box List. Rate, review, and follow this subscription on The Dapper Dog Box profile page.


This was the second month in a row for us that didn’t have a fashion accessory.



You’ll get an info card with details about each item in the box.


Buckles is ready to give you a tour of this month’s “Into The Wild’ box.


Sally Snacks Venison Jerky – Value $15 on Amazon

There were two treats this month – both were a jerky, with this one being venison.



The jerky is very thin and crunchy – you can crumble it apart in your hand.


Absolutely ready for taste testing.




This was Buckles’ favorite treat of the month. He typically refused treats that are crunchy, but since these were thin and crunchy, they were easy for him to enjoy. These also come with a coupon if you want to restock!


Barebites Beef Liver Bites – Value $7.99

The second bag of treats were beef liver bites.



Again, very much like jerky. Unlike the last one, these were a little more difficult to tear apart.


He did like this one but absolutely requested the original jerky treats when offered both.


Barkworthies 12″ Odor Free Bully Stick – Value $8

There was also a chew in the box – this is a Barkworthies Bully Stick chew.


There aren’t any Buckles pictures for this one since he tends to have stomach problems with these types of treats.


Zippy Paws Brainey Frog – Value $7.99

This month includes a plush toy from Zippy Paws!


It has a squeaker in the middle of the toy, but since it was a bit oversized for Buckles, he didn’t play with it for too long. Penelope is the beneficiary!


Cycledog Flat Tire Flyer – Value $14

The final item in the box is a bendable plastic frisbee.


These are made from post-consumer recycled materials and is soft enough for your dog to catch without any worries. This also floats – so you could get a lot of use out of it with your aquatic-loving pup!

Verdict: The value comes to around $53 for this box – which is really good for a $35 box – and even better when you use the $10 coupon! Buckles used or we gifted every item this month, which is why I love dog boxes – typically nothing goes unused! But, I’m still patiently waiting for another piece to update Buckles’ wardrobe – maybe next month!

What did you think of the January Dapper Dog Box?

Written by Eric Cadman

Eric Cadman

Eric is the co-founder of My Subscription Addiction. He’s been hooked on geek subscription boxes since 2012 thanks to Loot Crate and Nerd Block. Geek boxes sparked his desire for collecting Funko Pops and comic book statues!

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  1. Omg! That first picture with buckles “giving the tour of his items” is SOoooo cute it’s ridiculous!

  2. Bully sticks are dried animal penises. Thanks for the close-up cross-section photo! Blechhhhh. Buckles is v. cute tho

    • I was just wondering what they were made out of, checked the link above, and had to Google “beef pizzle”. Ugh. No thanks. I have been looking for a healthier alternative to raw hide. My dog loves it, but the chemicals used to process it sketch me out. Guess I have to keep looking!

      • Bully sticks are a great alternative to rawhide. My dog loves them, but they’re expensive so a pretty rare treat.

      • These particular bully sticks are chemical free.

      • Hey Emily,
        These are 100% natural bully sticks and are very healthy for your dog. There are zero chemicals or any additives to these. Barkworthies is a very popular and reputable brand

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