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

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: Use code DAPPERADDICTION to save 10% off your first box!

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

Read all of our Dapper Dog Box reviews to find out more about this subscription box. 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.

Last month featured a fashion accessory – but this month returns with all treats and toys.

You’ll get a card that details the theme – “Spring In Bloom” – along with the items in your box.

Wag More Bark Less Toy – Retail $14 ($10 on Amazon)

There are two toys this month. The first is from Wag More Bark Less and is a mix of a rubber ball and rope tug.

You can store a treat inside of the rubber compartment to keep your puppy busy.

Here are some additional details about the toy:

  • All natural rubber
  • Biodegradable and non-toxic (PVC, Phthalate and Petroleum free)
  • Sustainably harvested and renewable

It’s really the perfect size for Buckles, who was initially interested in the toy, but, ultimately, is always disinterested in rubber and tug toys.

Love Thy Beast Blossom Toy – Value $14

The second toy comes from Love Thy Beast.

This little pyramid shaped toy is made of a durable fabric with a squeaker in the middle.

It was a bit too big for our dog – after a quick sniff-over, he decided to gift it to Penelope.

Love Bites Chicken Jerky Treats – Value $14.99

If there is a perfect treat for Buckles, it’s chicken strips. His eyes LIT UP when he got a sniff of these.

Each strip is 100% chicken breast – and they’re manufactured in the US.

He wouldn’t even let me get into place for the picture! He LOVES these!

Grandma Lucy’s Ocean White Fish Treats – Value $12.99

The second bag of treats was another 100% animal product – only this time it’s white fish.

The pollock fish smell was pretty evident as soon as you crack these open – and it hung in the air for a bit are the photos were all done. It’s made of 100% Alaskan fish and made in the US.

The Dapper Dog Box was 2 for 2 on treats this month – again, he NEEDED to try these as fast as I opened the bag.

Barkworthies All Natural Bully Stick – Retail $7 ($3 on Chewy)

The final item in the box is a bully stick chew.

We don’t give Buckles any chews as he tends to overdo it a bit and hurt his stomach. So, this will be passed on.

Verdict: While my favorite month’s of The Dapper Dog Box are months that have a fashion item – getting bags of treats and toys that our dog enjoys is usually just fine with us. At $35, this dog box is right in the range of other toy and treat boxes and has delivered some good treats and toys – I think it really goes above and beyond when a clothing item makes its way into the box, though!

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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!

Posted in Subscription Box Reviews, The Dapper Dog Box Reviews| Tags: The Dapper Dog Box | 7 comments

Comments (7)

  1. I am crying at those pictures of Buckles trying to grab your arm for the treat. ACTUALLY CRYING.

  2. You would think that a dog box called dapper dog would always include an item to make your pet more dashing and debonair. A shirt or vest or tie or bandanna or booties or something…

    Regardless, Buckles looks awesome! Those treats looked thoroughly enjoyed too.

  3. Yay, Buckles!!!! I always love your dog box reviews, lol.

    I was wondering- is there a dog box out there that is toys and accessories ONLY? My sweet Boston Terrier has the worst allergies, and can only have one specific dog food and one specific treat- she is especially allergic to pretty much all proteins 🙁

    I would love to be able to get her a subscription, though, but it seems all boxes include treats? Any advice would be appreciated!!!!

    • I know PupJoy has a treats/accessories only plan!

      • Ooooh, thank you so much!!! Going to check them out now 🙂

    • Oops, totally meant to type TOYS/accessories 😉

    • I think Ragan has reviewed several toys-only boxes because her dog Nyx can’t have most treats.

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