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Super Chewer Subscription Box Review + Coupon – January 2020

Super Chewer January 2020 Box itself

Super Chewer Box
3.5 overall rating
2 Ratings | 1 Reviews

Super Chewer is a reader-favorite monthly subscription box for dogs.

Super Chewer customizes your box to your dog’s size. For reference, this review is for the medium dog size (my sweet boy is 57 pounds).


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.)

Super Chewer January 2020 All the Goodies

About Super Chewer

The Subscription Box: Super Chewer

The Cost: $29 a month + free shipping. Save with longer subscriptions.

The Products: Toys, treats, and grooming products perfect for your dog based on their size. My January box included 2 toys, 2 full-size bags of treats, and three dog chews!

Ships to: The contiguous US for free, Puerto Rico, Alaska, Hawaii, and Canada for $8

Good to Know: They have a little 'As Seen In BarkBox' section of the BarkShop where you can grab items featured in monthly themes.

January 2020 Super Chewer "Game Night" Review

Each box arrives with an information card with details about the items included, as well as ideas on how to engage with your pup.

Super Chewer January 2020 Card Close

This month is "Game Night," themed, which really appeals to my D&D (that's Dungeons and Doggos)-loving sensibilities!


Chicken Thinker Stick - Retail Value $3

I swear Archie recognized the smell of this through the wrapper! He enjoyed this stick immensely in the November's "Thanksniffing" box, and I was glad to see it again, since he liked it so much. I also appreciate the brown rice in this recipe, since it's something I feed Arch regularly. He's mostly black lab, and labs usually don't do so well with white rice, but brown is a-ok. I'm excited to save this as what's called a "high value treat," for training; I'll cut it into smaller pieces when we work on his manners.


Lamb Stick, 2.4 oz

Maybe I'm in love with Archie's hunting breed, but I really do think he likes lamb! He was the bestest boy for me this morning; letting me sleep until 8:00 am before asking me to take him outside and relieve himself. He's so funny; he has a very specific grumble/groan he emits that lets me know he's gotta go! When we came back inside, I rewarded him with half of this crunchy stick for being super-awesome and letting me sleep in a bit.


Peanut Butter and Carob Stick

Call me nuts, but this stick smells amaaaazing! Carob is commonly subbed in human treats for chocolate; it's vegan and works for people with chocolate allergies. It of course is also ideal for pups, who cannot have real chocolate under any circumstances (it's like poison for them!). This stick smells a little like a Reese's Cup, which makes sense, considering its ingredients. Archiekins, being my peanut-butter boy, made quick work of this treat, and it made his breath smell like dessert for about five minutes. Sweet!


Treat Rack Toy

Behold, dear readers - the first-ever toy from this subscription that Archie has managed to destroy! The Pork Rack Snacks below were meant to fit into this toy, creating a bit of a puzzle, and presumably then keep a dog occupied for longer, but that that's not how this played out, sadly. The treats fell off and Archie slurped them up (see that very pink and very guilty tongue above), he grabbed the toy, and triumphantly ran off with it. About ten minutes later I checked on him, and saw that he was definitely dismantling it! I can't even be sad about this; every other toy we've gotten so far has been beyond durable and lasted for months. This one just wasn't for him, and that's okay!


Super Chewer January 2020 Rings Blur

This is one blurry, insanely happy dog demon.

Checkmutt Chess Tug - Retail Value $14

Tug of war is my favorite game to play with Arch - he's so joyful and sweet, but very competitive! When he's really getting into it, he'll play-growl at me, and it cracks me up every single time. He went bananas for this toy, wagging his tail from the second I pulled it out of the box. It seems really durable, and while the squeakers are powerful, they don't always go off, so they're surprising, which also makes me giggle while we're playing!


Super Chewer January 2020 Treat Toy Treat Arch

We worked on "leave it" with this treat. Archie was was not amused.

Pork Rack Snacks - Retail Value $5

As mentioned above, these were meant to work with the Treat Rack toy, and it didn't go exactly as planned! However, that didn't stop my love from thoroughly enjoying munching on these treats! I've mentioned before how much I love the smaller size of the treats in Super Chewer; they're so perfect for training sessions, rewarding good behavior, and reinforcing habits I want him to keep up with. As mentioned in the photo, we worked on "leave it" with these treats, and Arch did beautifully, even though I could tell he was dying to chow down!


Beef Jacks Treats

Surprisingly, Arch doesn't really get a lot of beef - unless you count the, ahem, Filet Mignon he gets on his birthday! I wasn't sure how he'd take to these, considering beef isn't really a big part of his diet, but I needn't have worried. My boy sure loves treatos of all kinds, and these were a hit. I like the idea of playing a modified game of jacks with him; maybe I'll bounce the glacier ball from last month's box and see how many he can nom before the ball lands!

Verdict: I was so impressed with the value of Super Chewer this month. On top of two toys, there were so many sticks and treats to keep Archie busy! I thought the chess-inspired toy was truly a genius design, and I know we're going to be playing tug of war with it for the rest of winter, if not longer. The sticks are great for training and rewarding him as needed, and the two full bags of treats are a great addition! I've noticed since we've gotten a dog that friends and family are really respectful of Archie's eating habits, and always ask what he can and can't have. My husband and I have a pretty strict "no human food" policy - at least, no processed human food. However, our friends and family also want to spoil him! I keep these treat bags everywhere now; in my car, in Arch's overnight bag, at my mom-in-law's house, etc. That way, everyone can bond with our pup and he gets food that's actually formulated for him. Everyone wins!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, you will get the February box. Customer Care let us know that your first box will now always be either their Welcome Box or the current month’s box, followed by the normal schedule the following month.

Value Breakdown: At $29/month + free shipping for this box, each of the 7 items has an average cost of $4.14.

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Laine Wooliscroft
Laine Wooliscroft
Laine is a life-long movie enthusiast who loves YA novels, estate sales, and hikes that make her legs hurt the next day. Her subscription journey started in 2014 with Ipsy, and now her favorite boxes contain craft beer, horror/spooky items, and toys for her beloved lab mix, Archie.

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He’s adorable!

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Laine Wooliscroft

Thanks, Amanda! I’m glad to see it’s not just my biased opinion 😉

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Susan Lindskog

I’m not seeing the coupon?

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Sorry about that! Just updated the post to include the latest coupon. Thanks for the heads up 🙂

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Susan Lindskog

Thank you!!