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Bullymake Box Subscription Review + Coupon – March 2018

Ragan Buckley
ByRagan BuckleySep 24, 2019 | 4 comments

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Bullymake Box
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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 84 right now)

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

Bullymake Box March 2018 review

About Bullymake Box

The Subscription Box: Bullymake Box

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

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!), Canada for $8, and Internationally for an additional cost

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.

Bullymake Box March 2018 Review

There was a St. Patrick’s Day theme to the toys for this month:

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.

There was also a card announcing a contest where you could win a free year of this subscription.

Bullymake Clover (Shamrock) Chew

Bullymake Clover (Shamrock) Chew – Listed Value $18

This is a flavored nylon toy (aka Nyx’s favorite thing in the entire world). She’s already played with it a few times and it is showing very little wear. She can’t quite fit the whole thing in her mouth, although she tries. This wasn’t yet available in the Bullymake Shop so I’ve used the value from the information card.

Bullymake Nylon Chew

Bullymake Nylon Chew – Estimated Value $19

This wasn’t available in the Bullymake Shop so I’ve used a value for a similar toy. Getting one flavored nylon chew in a month is a win, so imagine Nyx’s happiness at getting TWO. This one is of similar (good) quality to the other Bullymake-branded items we’ve received from this subscription in the past.

Bullymake Pot o’Gold

Bullymake Pot o’Gold – Listed Value $17

This is a hard rubber toy (no weird chemical smell, thankfully) with holes in each end (so no suction worries if you put treats inside it). I have recently discovered that Nyx can have a little peanut butter without issue, so I am putting just a small amount inside the hole and it keeps her busy for a long time.

Petsport Twisted Chews

Petsport Twisted Chews – Estimated Value $6

If you have the toys-only version of this box, you’ll often get a rope. They aren’t the most durable toys out there, so you have to keep an eye on your dog while he/she is playing with them, but Nyx absolutely loves them. I could only find this for sale in the UK so I’ve done a currency conversion to get my estimated value here.

Here are a few shots of Nyx with the shamrock/clover toy. This is holding up quite well and she’ll be able to play with it a few more times, at least.

Verdict: I didn’t calculate a total value for the March 2018 Bullymake Box since there were so many items that aren’t commercially available. You will pretty much always get four toys if you have the toys-only box, and that averages out to about $10 each. The items were of varying durability (most were pretty tough) and all were size-appropriate. The nylon chews were particular favorites of Nyx’s (and they held up well to her abuse, also).

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, your first shipment would be April's. You can buy some of the exclusive toys at the Bullymake Shop if something catches your eye. Also, please note that this is the TOYS ONLY version of the box and it is selected for an 80-pound dog. There are some box variations here so you may not always receive the same box as Nyx gets, even if you choose the same profile values when you sign up.

Coupon – Use code Bullymake5 to save $5 off your first box!

Value Breakdown: This box cost me $39 + free US shipping, which means that each of the 4 items in the box has an average cost of $9.75.

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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A Bullymake Box is a box that is designed specifically for power chewing dogs. Each Bullymake Box features long lasting and durable items built for rugged chewers! 4-5 super premium toys and treats are hand selected for your dog(s) each month by their weight.
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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Jodie Letz

My dog destroyed the yellow toy we got in today’s box.please advise me as to what to do since she destroyed the red one from last month also.

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You should reach out to Bullymake Box customer service, they have a chat window on their site which is a good starting point. (Even if they are not available, they will at least get an email containing the chat message.)

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So very cute pictures (as usual) but I have to ask…am I right in seeing those cinder blocks are helping to hold Nyx’s crate in place? I had to chuckle because I have an old weighed down large plastic cooler serving the same purpose. The joys of large, stubborn dogs, eh? 99% of the time my dog enjoys his crate but every now and then he surprises me by trying to redecorate and move it into the middle of the living room. LOL. At 4 years old, he seems to finally be calming down, though. I even “had” to suspend my Bullymake sub because he stopped destroying his toys within an hour!

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My last Rottweiler used to chew on wood trim, furniture, etc. So I had to put her crate (really more of a pen, made from large panels you can arrange to your choosing) away from the wall and that was the only way to hold it up. I kept it that way after that dog died and I got Nyx. We used to use bungee cords to hold the cinder blocks to the panels, but Nyx ATE a bungee cord (and passed it out the other end) so now I am using chains, which she shows no inclination to chew.

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