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Bullymake Box Subscription Review + Coupon – November 2019

Bullymake Box November 2019 Box

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 87 right now).

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Bullymake Box November 2019 Inside

Bullymake Box November 2019 Review

About Bullymake Box

The Subscription Box: Bullymake Box

The Cost: $39 a month + free US shipping. Save with 3-, 6-, and 12-month subscriptions.

COUPON: Use code Bullymake5 to save $5 off your first box!

The Products: Toys and treats specifically tailored for heavy chewing dogs (no plushes). You can enter specific allergy information for your dog on the checkout screen. You can also choose to receive a “toys only” box as I did because of Nyx’s dietary issues. You can also now customize the types of toys you receive–see more about how to do so below.

Ships to: The USA (for free!) and Canada (for $8)

Good to Know: If you want a toys-only box, you should select that during sign-up. Otherwise you will get the default box, which does include some treats. Now you can also go into your account and change your preferences regarding treats, toy type, etc.

Bullymake Box November 2019 Review

There was a Thanksgiving theme this month:

Bullymake Box November 2019 Booklet Front

Bullymake Box November 2019 Booklet Back

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, and now choose the types of toys, and the newer information cards reflect that.

Bullymake Box November 2019 Turkey

Nylon Turkey Toy

Since it’s a Thanksgiving box, there’s a turkey toy. What I like about this month’s nylon toys is, they are all a little different in terms of shape and size (not color so much but dogs don’t care about that anyway). This one is a tiny little bit difficult for Nyx to pick up (she pushes it across the carpet) but when she is successful she has a pretty good time.

Bullymake Box November 2019 Bone

Nylon Bone Toy

This one is slightly curved and is much easier for Nyx to pick up. Naturally, she chews exclusively on the same end each time she gets it. It’s a little difficult to think of things to say about these toys other than Nyx loves them, so I will tell you a little about the durability. Of course any determined dog can destroy something, but Nyx is pretty intense with her chewing and some of these last typically at least into the next month (we still have two of the ones from the Halloween box). Also, always supervise your dog with any new toy for the sake of safety. The ends of the bone make this one easy for the dog to grip with front paws while chewing, which is a nice touch.

Bullymake Box November 2019 Drumstick

Nylon Turkey Leg Toy

You can see some pictures of Nyx with this one below. She had a fun time chewing on it but she also just wanted to hold it in her mouth. She isn’t feeling so great lately (she is having a bad IBD flare and we are waiting for a new medication to be compounded and sent) so I’m pleased that she showed interest on photo day. She really wanted to show this off to the neighbors, I guess, because she went to the window to look out.

Bullymake Box November 2019 Rope

Rope Toy

We typically receive three nylon toys and a rope toy. I actually only chose the first and second to be nylon and I left the third and fourth options in my account open, but that generally leaves us with a third nylon toy and a rope or canvas toy, both of which Nyx is happy with. This has held up well so far although as I mentioned earlier, Nyx isn’t at 100% right now so she’s not as destructive as usual. This does get her excited at night and she’ll play tug, though, which I am always happy to see.

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Verdict: I couldn’t calculate a total value for the November Bullymake Box because all of the toys were Bullymake exclusives but not available in their shop. However, I’d say this was a typical month for this subscription for us. This is one of Nyx’s favorite boxes to receive each month and I like the customization – some people and dogs might find three nylon toys boring, but this is literally Nyx’s favorite type of toy, ever, and getting three of them means three times the entertainment (and also they last a long time). But if nylon toys aren’t your dog’s thing, other options are available. I’m not sure which toy was Nyx’s favorite as she was pretty enthusiastic about all of them.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, your first shipment would be December’s. You can sometimes buy some of the exclusive toys at the Bullymake Shop if something catches your eye (this month’s toys may take a few weeks to get put into the shop). Also, please note 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: At $39 for the box, you are paying an average of $9.75 per item.

Check out our past reviews of Bullymake Box and the best pet subscription boxes of 2019 for lots of other great boxes for dogs!

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Written by 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).

Posted in Bullymake Box Reviews, Pet Subscription Boxes, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Dogs| Tags: bullymake box | 2 comments

Comments (2)

  1. I’m sure the reviewer knows this (she always seems to be well researched!) But for other readers-
    Never let a dog play with one of those braided rope toys on their own, and don’t use them for very long stretches or very rough playing. The fibers can break and dogs eat them. Sometimes it’s fine, but I have known dogs who needed emergency surgery to remove strands of rope toy which had gotten stuck in their digestive system.

    Most vets no longer recommend that style of rope toy, I’m kind of surprised to see a super chewer box sending them so much! I suppose there are so few sturdy seeming options. But I would prefer another brown nylon lump in whatever shape to a rope toy!

    • I agree. My Pittie got ahold of a tennis ball, when I wasn’t watching, and ripped it to pieces. He ate the pieces, which then caused a serious, and life threatening, blockage from his stomach, to his intestines. He was rushed to Michigan State Small Animal Hospital, in Lansing, MI, and they were able to save his life. He ended up with an incision from the center of his brisket, to the top of his genitalia. His stomach was removed, along with his intestines, which had 7 additional incisions, to remove all of the pieces of tennis ball, and material, which had begun to travel down into the intestines through digestion. Afterwards, he was on “pet rest” for 6-8 weeks. He was also on several different types of medication, which caused nausea, diarrhea, and mild vomiting. Also, his diet had to be personalized to aid in his recovery, having had invasive, abdominal, surgery. He survived, which is all that mattered, and is a healthy, and huge, puppy, once again. It did take me years to pay off my credit card from the surgery, which was extremely, expensive, but his life, to us, is invaluable, so it was worth it. I blamed myself for not taking better care of him better, so I was not about to let him pass, due to no fault of his own, sort of, anyway. He cries whenever he see’s a tennis ball, but I don’t expect him to rationalize that he almost died because of one.

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