BeagleBox Dog Subscription Review + Coupon – September 2017
Beagle Box is a monthly subscription box for dogs of all sizes. They offer three sizes: the small box is best for dogs 0-20 lbs, the medium box is best for dogs 20-50 lbs, and the large box is best for dogs 50+ lbs.
Each month we hand-pick an exciting box of healthy treats, pawesome toys and other fun stuff your dog will love!
BeagleBox is the perfect way to keep your pup happy and keep their tail wagging all month long.
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.)
This is a review of the Large BeagleBox, $36 a month, box.
The Subscription Box: Beagle Box
The Cost: $36 per month. Free shipping to the contiguous 48 United States; $5 shipping to Hawaii and Alaska. Discounts are available for 3-month, 6-month, and 12-month subscriptions. Extra toys can be purchased for $9.
COUPON: Use code GYWAGON to save $5 off your first subscription or gift box!
The Products: Each box includes treats, chews, and toys based on the size of your dog.
Ships to: USA only
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add Beagle Box to your subscription list or wishlist!
I love the little ‘people bag’ that came with a sweet treat inside.
First, I lined up everything and let Jasper select the first item for review. It didn’t take long for him to make his choice!
Beef Trachea Dog Chew – Value $3.14?
This didn’t have a label and I had no idea what it was, otherwise I might have been more squeamish about handling it. I only figured it out after looking at photos online. Beef trachea! Ugh! At least, that was MY reaction…
Jasper of course absolutely loved it. He loves hard chews like this, and it was one of his favorite things in the box. He didn’t want to sit still for me – I tried telling him to just pose next to the treat instead of attacking it as if he hadn’t been fed for weeks, but that didn’t work. It never does.
Etta Says! Treats To Go Peanut Butter Dog Treats, 1.3-oz vial – Value $2.49
This cute vial is full of treats made from natural, grain-free ingredients. These are meant to be little rewards for when your dog does something well.
Jasper was suspicious. I shook the bottle and tried to get him interested, but without success. What kind of creature enjoys beef trachea but not peanut butter?! Though normally he does like peanut butter; I think maybe the pieces were just too small for him.
Advance Pet Products Buffalo Jerky for Dogs, 3.52 oz. – Value $6.99
This jerky is made from free-range, grass-fed buffalo. ‘Experience the stampede of goodness,’ the product description says. Let’s see…
It took Jasper a minute to warm up to these. He wasn’t sure about them at first – I don’t think he’d ever eaten buffalo before. But one led to another and before too long, half the bag was gone. If I’d known how much he’d love them, I would have set more aside for bribing purposes.
ZippyPaws Warriorz Archibald the Archer Dog Toy – Value $9.13
The great thing about this toy is that it doesn’t have stuffing. If you have a dog that likes to chew, you know why this is a good thing. It’s no fun picking little balls of stuffing up off the floor!
I was glad to get one smiley photo of Jasper before he tried to rip the face off this toy. He has not been successful so far.
Charming Pet Longidudes Pet Squeak Toy, Giraffe – Value $12.97
I had to laugh when I saw this giraffe in the box. Last month they sent a little pink giraffe toy that Jasper completely ignored. (However, it was greatly appreciated by a two-week-old abandoned kitten that we took in.) This month, they sent a really long giraffe toy! It has crinkly stuff inside, and multiple squeakers.
Jasper thought this was great! I waved it in the air and he jumped to try to catch it.
Shishi the cat was interested too. She kept watch over the unboxing to make sure I did it properly.
Verdict: My estimated retail value is around $35, very close to the $36 price of the box. Jasper really enjoyed this box. Usually, he gets the same kinds of treats all the time, so it’s nice to be able to give him some variety and to discover new things that I might not have bought for him on my own. Jasper goes through toys and treats pretty fast, so it’s convenient to have them delivered.
What do you think of September’s Beagle Box? What’s your dog’s weirdest favorite snack?