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BoxDog Pet Subscription Box Review + Coupon – Summer 2020

BoxDog is a subscription box for dogs that sends out toys, treats, and accessories while also allowing you to choose premium pet goods with each delivery. Your first box ships immediately.

There are three subscription options:

  • The Starter Box: 2 types of dog treats + 1 toy of your choosing for $22.
    • Note: You’ll be charged for the GIANT Quarterly box within 14 days of ordering unless you cancel
  • The Monthly BoxDog: build your own box each month! Choose 4 items from handmade treats, toys, clothing, or skincare for $34.99/month.
  • The GIANT Quarterly BoxDog: 4 types of handmade treats and 1 vegan skincare item in each box, plus you get to choose dog toys, clothing, & gear for $39.99/quarter.

This review is of the GIANT Quarterly BoxDog for $39.99/quarter.

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 this Subscription Box for Dogs

The Subscription Box: BoxDog

The Cost: $39/quarter. A starter box ($22) and a monthly subscription option ($34.99) are also available.

COUPON: Use code MSA to save $10 off your first box.

The Products: BoxDog is bursting with handmade treats, vegan skincare, and premium dog toys and gadgets. Each box is customizable, giving you the option to choose 2-3 items per seasonal box. Each box has a value of at least $125.

Ships to: The continental US for free. Shipping costs $12 to Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico, and $20 to Canada and the UK.

Summer 2020 BoxDog Review

This quarterly box has a summertime, beachy theme! Murray, my 9-year-old Corgi/Maltese mix, can’t wait to “dig in” to this enormous box!

 

Gourmet Frosted Cookies

Murray, just like his mom, can never say no to a cookie, especially the shark and surfboard which are both coated in a yummy yogurt frosting. His first move is to lick off all of the icing, making sure to get the cookie nice and soggy, then he bites into it leaving 1,000 tiny crumbs. These cookies are human safe and are made from just five ingredients. I am impressed by the simplicity of the ingredients, especially because there are no weird fillers or preservatives I can’t pronounce. Good on BoxDog!

 

Murray agrees!

 

BoxDog Bakery Bento

BoxDog‘s next treat arrangement has three flavor varieties including Soft Bacon & Cheese Bites, Peanut Butter Bones, and Soft Honey and Cinnamon Bites. Of course, Murray enjoyed the soft honey treats the most, but he also really loved its counterparts. These treats are also human safe and quite tempting, actually.

 

Yum!

 

Cookie Monster Medball, Large – Retail Value $24.49

This tough toy was my first choice for this quarter’s box. I couldn’t resist this goofy version of Cookie Monster, and I knew Murray would love to retrieve the ball inside this little microfiber muppet. Turns out Cookie has five loud squeakers all over his body, and Murray loved playing fetch with this toy so much more than I had anticipated.

 

Cookie Monster Small Medball, Small – Retail Value $15.89

This smaller version of Cookie was Mur’s favorite. He tossed him all around my living room and had a blast, even without me throwing it for him.

 

In this photo, you can kind of tell the difference between the two Cookie’s sizes.

 

Might Hammerhead Toy – Retail Value $15.42

This toy is the perfect size for Murray. Its body is wrapped in a plush layer with fleece underneath, which gives this toy a durable finish. He has a big squeaker which was thrilling for Mur to squeeze over and over.

I can tell this is one of those toys that will last forever and will be well-loved.

 

Sunscreen

What a great idea for those pups out there who love to bask in the sun. Murray isn’t much of an outside dog; he is so spoiled, laying on the couch in the A/C is where you will find him at any given time. This would be great for any dog lucky enough to visit a beach, too. I really like that it is unscented, and it has an oily texture which would definitely help with the application.

 

Cooling Mat

I chose this cooling mat because Murray never has a good place to lay when we are sitting on our patio. He usually finds a spot under my chair, but he can never seem to get comfortable on the cement. This mat is perfectly portable, and it will be easy for him to find comfort on this roomy mat. It has a surface that is easy to wipe off, and the underside has little beads that will help it stay in place. It is lightweight and the design is bright and colorful.

Plenty of room for my buddy!

Verdict: This is a pricier pet box, but it was definitely filled with quality items that I knew Murray would love. The customization is a great feature with a lot of fun, different options, and the gourmet treats make this box totally worth the cost. BoxDog’s variety of items this month will definitely keep Murray happy and healthy, and we are looking forward to seeing what the fall box options will be.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Yes! Most of the options I chose (plus several others) are still available as of publication.

COUPON: Use code MSA to save $10 off your first box.

Value Breakdown: This box costs $39.99/quarter, giving each of the 7 items in the box an average cost of $5.71.

Check out all of our BoxDog reviews and the best subscription boxes for dogs as voted by MSA readers!

Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!

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Written by Abby Holsinger

Abby Holsinger

Abby has been a box enthusiast since July 2011, finding her calling with Birchbox. That was the start of a new era for Abby, because she is now hooked on the subscription box life; she loves the idea of receiving (several) thoughtful treats from genius curators such as Lisa Sugar and Rachel Zoe. A few other loves of hers would be her dog named Bill Murray, Bill Murray and chocolate babka.

Posted in BoxDog Reviews, Pet Subscription Boxes, Subscription Boxes for Dogs| Tags: boxdog | 11 comments

Comments (11)

  1. Hi Abby,
    Thanks for the awesome review. This box looks fantastic! I’d totally subscribe if I still had a pup. And Murray …. ❤️❤️….you totally sell this box!

    • Murray loves his monthly boxes. He knows when a box is his and won’t leave me alone ’til we unbox together. Thanks for reading!

  2. The box itself is good, but a customer service representative from the company I have dealt with twice was really rude!

    • well that’s a deal breaker. to me, customer service is as important as the product. rude customer service- that’s enough for me to go to another company. thanks for the review and warning. i have 2 dogs.

  3. Clicks on this review, just to see Murray LOL . He’s precious!

    • Haha, thanks for reading, Kim! Murray says hello! 🙂

  4. I never look at pet sub reviews since I don’t have a pet but over the weekend we decided it’s time for rescue pup. This is exactly the sub I’d be interested in. Murray is just the cutest. Just makes me want to get a dog even more.

    • Do it! 😉

  5. Wow, what a cute box! Love the boutique-style treats. I have and love the Barkbox and have a 6-month sub, but this looks awesome

  6. I love Murray so much! I can’t wait to read more of these reviews!

    • Thanks for reading!

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