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Super Chewer Subscription Box Review

Eric Cadman
ByEric CadmanSep 24, 2019 | 7 comments

Super Chewer Box
3.5 overall rating
2 Ratings | 1 Reviews

The Super Chewer is the answer to those dogs who love destroying toys and treats immediately! They aim to send out tougher toys and treats to get more bang for your buck each month - and most importantly, keep your dog extra happy and engaged.

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.)

About Super Chewer

The Subscription Box: Super Chewer

The Cost: $39 per month + free shipping. Save with longer subscriptions (As low as $29 per month)

The Products: "Super Chewer is made for tough dogs who like a challenge. Each box comes with two durable rubber or nylon toys, two bags of treats, and two chews."

Ships to: U.S. and Canada

Super Chewer Review

This is my first time getting my hands on a Super Chewer box, and unsurprisingly, it's very much like a regular BarkBox - a cute monthly theme along with 5-6 - one more item than a typical BarkBox.

Since our dog Buckles is in no way a Super Chewer, we enlisted the help of my sister's dog Rex for this review! While he was a little worried about the cameras and lights - he was ready to test out the goods!

Each box comes with a theme card. This was the June 2018 theme and was themed around the Prom - you can check out Buckles' review of the regular version, too!

Ballroom Dance Treats

BarkBox produces a lot of the treats and toys you'll get in these boxes - so if they're not available in the BarkShop, then you probably won't find them anywhere else! These are wheat-free, corn-free, and soy-free and are made with duck and lamb.

Rex is SO gentle when taking treats - he also takes a treat and walks away to eat it - so cute. He liked both treats, but I think these might have been his favorite because they were just a bit bigger than the next treat.

Piggin’ Out Pizza Treats

The second bag of treats are more for training, or if you're like me - those small little treats that I like the sneak to Buckles. These are pork and cheese - and shaped like mini pizza slices!

He's so gentle taking treats that he hardly took this out of my hand - I'm not used to it! These are a really good option if you're trying to train your pup to sit or stay.

Royally Ruff Prom Crown

This is really two toys in one. The crown is a heavy rubber - which should definitely last through a lot of chewing. Inside, you can pop out this fuzzy ball that has a spiky squeaky ball at its core. After stopping to see Rex today, I found out that this is now his favorite toy - he ripped the red casing off and is loving the ball inside.

Super Fetch Limo

The second toy is a rugged, but somewhat bendable, plastic blue limo. Again - this is strong enough to last for a while with super chewer dogs - and it has little cut-outs in the toy to hide some treats.

It's not too tough to grab the treats, though - Rex snagged one in about 10 seconds - so you might want to think about using something sticky, like peanut butter, to keep them occupied a bit longer.

While he plays with this from time to time, the previous toy was his clear favorite.

Etta Says! Crunchy Pork + Apple Chew Bar – Value $4.23 based on a box of 12

The last two items both come from Etta Says! First, we have a pack of 2 crunchy chew bars.

These things are HARD! They're made of pork and apple - but are really tough to break aprt, so you'll want to watch for sharp edges when you're pup is snacking on one.

You can tell that he's still preoccupied with his favorite toy in this picture!

Etta Says! 7” Deluxe Lamb Chew

Finally, like the standard BarkBox, this one finishes with a chew. These do contain some rawhide, too, so note that when feeding to your pup. Like the other chew, this was on the strong side for chews.

Want to take a closer look and get more time with Rex? Check out our video!


Verdict: Rex liked a bunch of the items this month - he really only didn't want the final chew - so that was a win for us! This definitely feels like it accomplishes what it sets out to do - provide stronger, tougher, toys and chews for dogs who love destroying - Rex is still enjoying his toys at home and has yet to destroy either of them!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, your first box would be July's.

FREE Bonus Box Offer! Get a free extra month when you sign up for a 6 or 12-month subscription! No coupon code needed, just sign up here!

Check out all of our Super Chewer reviews and lots of great boxes for dogs in the Pet Subscription Box Directory!  And see our past reviews of the small and large dog versions of BarkBox here!

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Super Chewer is a monthly delivery of tough toys, meaty treats, and chews—inspired by a new theme, tailored to your dog’s size, allergies, and diet, and shipped free to your door. With Super Chewer you don’t have to worry about your pup making a mess as its toys ar... read more.

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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Jessica L. Wallace

My dog destroys most of the superchewer toys. A few have survived but not many. Most of the toys are awful. Company does send replacement toys, although most of them are cheap as well. Treat bags are tiny. Chews last less than 30 seconds. When trying to reach customer service via text/email, it often takes several tries before anyone answers and then they say they never received my messages. Boxes don’t ship when they say they will. Responses from company are always generic, childlike, and do not take issues seriously. I am unfortunately stuck in a year long subscription that I cannot get out if and every month dealing with this company feels like a battle. I expect better for the price.

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Aw loving Rex and your review, Eric! We have really enjoyed BarkBox super chewer. I like that we still get the total cuteness of the regular toys, but that once any plush is destroyed, there’s no stuffing inside, and our girls have loved the spiky inner balls. (I think it’s probably good for a little tooth-scruvving and gum massage, too.)

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Thank you Rex for being an adorable and great guest reviewer!!! Hope to see you help out again soon 🙂 especially since you helped me to smile through an oh so fun “case of the Mondays” lol

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This box has been consistently great for us for months. Very cute themes, very durable toys.

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My dog is a high energy, “super chewer” mutt that has also always been very gentle taking treats and walks away to eat them. He even sniffs the treat carefully first before taking it and if anyone but me gives him one and I’m around he’ll bring it to me first as if asking if it’s ok. None of this was trained and seems so opposite of his personality. Maybe some are just built that way?? Lol. Anyways, love every review with a dog and excited to see Rex make an appearance! I tried this box and Bullymake for about a year and enjoyed both but canceled since we actually got a toy overload as Tas grew up and stopped destroying everything in 10 minutes.

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Thank you Eric and Rex for a great review. Rex started out a little shy but soon was quite curious what else was in that box. He sure was smiling and enjoying the treats and toys. Nice of Buckles to share the love.

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Aw what a sweetie!!! ❤️❤️❤️ Rex! Looks like a good boy, very deserving of BarkBox. Our doggies love it and I find it to be a really good value with high quality toys and treats!

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