Super Chewer Box Review + Coupon – April 2019


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Super Chewer is a monthly subscription box for dogs. This subscription is aimed for pups who like to really sink their teeth into things, and it’s filled with exclusive toys and American-made treats.

Super Chewer customizes your box to your dog’s size. For reference, this review is for the Large & in Charge size (my dog Del weighs about 55 pounds).

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About Super Chewer

The Subscription Box: Super Chewer

The Cost: $39 a month, $34 a month with a 6-month subscription, or $29 a month with a 12-month subscription.

The Products: Toys, treats, and chews perfect for your tough dog based on their size.

Ships to: US and Canada

Super Chewer “Vikings of Valhowla” Review

The April box included 2 bags of treats, 2 toys (1 of them was a treat-toy combo that came with its own box of treats), and 2 chews:

It arrives with an information card with details about the items in the box. You can see from the above photo that my card is kind of in pieces, and it’s because it arrives perforated so that you can punch out a DIY dog Viking helmet (visible from the front).

To assemble the helmet, you just have to tape the two arms to the back of it. Del was too excited about all the smells coming from the box to sit still for his photo op, but here’s a quick shot of me holding the helmet onto his head. Pretty cute, hehe!

The paper that this month’s items were packed in had the most amazing Viking-themed dog illustrations on it, as well as this mad lib. Here you can read about Del’s grand adventure.

None of the items in my Super Chewer box were available online or even listed. Since some of them were similar to what Liz received in January, I made an educated estimation on values.

Beowoof’s Roasted Boar Dog Treats – Estimated Value $8

Del is notoriously ‘meh’ about biscuits, so I’m always happy to receive meaty treats in subscription boxes—that way I know he’ll enjoy them, but also that he won’t leave crumbs all over the floor. I like how the ‘Wheat-Free, Soy-Free, Corn-Free, Grain-Free’ is so noticeably called out on the back of the bag.

Quack Na Rok Duck Dog Treats – Estimated Value $8

The second bag of treats is a duck, pork, and cranberry medley bite. They’re soft and chewy—good training treats! Like the first bag, these are wheat, soy, and corn free.

Treat Lock Tread Ball – Estimated Value $14

This ball is stiff and sturdy with spikes (or maybe more like treads, as they aren’t sharp) on one side and a smooth finish on the other. This toy twists open so you can put a treat in it, then it twists to lock back shut. There are special treats that fit perfectly inside, which I’ll show you below, but when those run out, you could definitely put another type of treat or peanut butter in this ball.

Chicken Flavor Treat Lock Treats – Estimated Value $8

Ten treats came in this box, and they’re kind of a stuff and crunchy chicken-flavor treat. They’re really satisfying to lock into the ball!

Here’s Del shaking for his treat ball. He scampered off with it and got to work immediately. The first time, I didn’t screw it on securely enough and he opened it up and got the treat out with relative ease. The second time, though, he had to work harder for it so it kept him occupied for longer. Del is a pretty high-anxiety, energetic dog, so keeping him occupied is always a goal for us!

The Dog Ness Monster Toy – Estimated Value $12

The second toy is really fun one: this hard, solid Loch Ness monster swimming through a gummy (but still very sturdy) section of water. First of all, how cute and clever is this? I have smiled each time I’ve walked through the room and seen it on the floor.

Del’s dad gave him this toy as a parting gift right before we left for the afternoon. He attempted to do his classic scamper-off with it but was surprised by how heavy it was and let it fall to the ground. Then grabbed it and successfully scampered, haha. He has been chewing on it for a couple of days now and it’s really holding up! He seems to like working on the hard monster part; the sound it makes on his teeth reminds me of a rawhide.

Jones Natural Chew, Pork – Estimated Value $2

Every Super Chewer box comes with two chews. Del does have a ton of experience with chews, but every one he’s had he’s loved. This one broke as I unwrapped it, and as it snapped, I was surprised to find how light and kind of crispy it was. Not chewy, really.

Del had a hard time not lunging after the chew as it sat on the ground, as you can see by his snarl, haha. He took it to the yard and gobbled it down!

Happy Howie’s Jumbo Turkey Sausage Chew – Estimated Value $3

The second chew was this jumbo turkey sausage one, and I broke it in half so it would last twice as long. This one was definitely chewy. Del loved it just as much as the first one!

Verdict: This was my first Super Chewer box and it was a crowd-pleaser! The hardy toys and meaty treats delighted Del most of all, but it also made us humans happy to give him goodies that are sturdy, hip, delicious, and keep him content. I can hear Del gnawing away at his Dog Ness Monster toy as I type!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Boxes may vary. From Super Chewer:

For new customers within the 48 contiguous states, boxes are automatically processed. It typically takes 2-3 business days to ship and an additional 2-8 business days to arrive in your pup’s paws!

For our Alaskan and Hawaiian pups, it typically takes 2-3 business days to ship and an additional 4-12 business days to arrive in your pup’s paws! Shipping is free for all BarkBox subscribers.

After the first box, we’ll ship out your BarkBox on the 15th of every month, with the same shipping timeframe thereafter. Get your pup ready!

Check out all of our Super Chewer reviews and the best subscription boxes for dogs, as voted on by our readers!

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Written by Christen Russo

Christen Russo

Christen stepped into the world of subscription boxes by signing up for Graze. After her world was changed (for the better, obviously) by a steady delivery of amazing snacks, she realized she needed to expand her horizons to include deliveries of eco-friendly products, clothes, and beyond.

Posted in Canadian Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Dogs, Super Chewer Reviews| Tags: super chewer | 4 comments

4 Comments

  1. Not worth the $40 price. Wow! That’s steep for what you, or rather, your dog gets. There are better dog boxes out there. Just saying….

  2. Just signed up. I love BarkBox so I am excited for this. The Loch Ness toy sold me 😀

  3. My dogs totally need this box! If you click on the promo code link above, you get 50% off your 1st box. If you go to the company’s website regularly, they have a deal to get double the amount of items in your 1st box.
    After I committed to a 6 month sub (paid monthly) they offered a 10% discount if you paid the rest of the 5 months up front.
    Looking forward to this box!
    Thanks!

    • You’re going to love this box, Chrissy. It’s so high-quality and the theme is strong throughout it. Glad you got a great deal, too! Enjoy!

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