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BarkBox Super Chewer “Sweetie Pies Barkery” February 2022 Subscription Box Review + Coupon

Abby Holsinger
ByAbby HolsingerMar 4, 2022 | 4 comments

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Super Chewer is a reader-favorite monthly subscription box for dogs, customized to your dog’s size. For reference, THIS REVIEW IS FOR THE MEDIUM DOG SIZE; Murray (my 23lb Corgi-Maltese mix) will be reviewing this month's toys and treats to let you know if this subscription is up to sniff... I mean snuff!

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Super Chewer is great for playful pups that are a little rough with their playthings. For $45 per month, you receive three toys, two chews, and two treats in every box.

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This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out our editorial guidelines to learn more about how we review boxes.)

First Impressions


The February 2022 'Sweetie Pies Barkery' box included three toys, two bags of treats, and two chews - this is pretty typical for this subscription, but after your first box, you can tailor the subscription more for your dog's needs.

murray valentine

This month's box came with a few valentines. Murray didn't waste any time; will you be his valentine?

What's Inside The Box

Jerky Bars, 3 oz


We reviewed these fantastic treats last month, and we are so happy to have more! Here is what we thought about them last month:

These jerky bars must smell pretty good because when my husband walked in the room as I was unboxing, he asked if he could try some of my jerky. Murray really seemed impressed by this pork and bacon recipe; I had a really hard time putting these away because he was jumping all over me, trying to steal an extra helping.


He can't resist the smell of jerky wafting in the air.

Soft Bakes: Turkey and Berry Recipe, 4 oz.


Turkey and berry biscuits sat just right with the pooch. He was happy to have a little crunch today, and I was happy when he cleaned up every crumb. Happy customers! Turkey is the first ingredient used in this treat, and it is sourced in the USA.


The Pet Gourmet Chew Stick Beef Recipe, 1.35oz – Retail Value $2.49


We also reviewed these chews last month, and of course, Murray had no complaints. Here is what we thought about them last month:

"Mur loves a good chewy! They are considered a special snack in this house, so when he gets one he just can’t believe his luck. Chickpea, beef, and pea flour make up the protein in this gem, and Murray couldn’t have eaten it any faster. I love the short ingredient list because we have to treat our babies with the very best, right?"

Oh, lucky day!

Pur Luv Pork Stick Recipe, 1oz

pork chews

Last month we tried the chicken stick recipe, so Mur was excited to give the pork flavor a go. He isn't picky when it comes to any treats, so no shocker that it was a total winner. He has a bad back so he rarely jumps, but he was trying to jump and dive to get his paws on these pork sticks. This stick is made in the USA and doesn't include soy, corn, or wheat in case your dog has sensitivities.


Stud Muffin Toy

This adorable muffin toy is heavy! Murray was having a blast pushing it around and rolling it then pouncing on top of it. If your dog is a persistent chewer, this toy's outside fabric layer can rip off, and a natural rubber core is then exposed and is ready for play. The inner rubber toy can be used as a treat dispenser; hide a treat or two to give your dog a fun afternoon of discovery.

Cookie Cuddler Toy


Murray would rarely rip into a toy like this to utilize the rubber toy under the fabric, but I am tempted to cut into it. The grooves in the rubber are perfect for peanut butter, yogurt or pumpkin, and Murray doesn't have any toys like this yet. It is cute, so I might wait a little, but I think he'd really enjoy that extra little treat during play.

Sweetie Pie Toy


This dishwasher safe toy is as cute as can be. It is solid nylon which isn't Murray's favorite type of toy, but he pushed it around and chased it for a bit. I slid it across the room a few times, and he enjoyed following after it, especially because of the wobble motion it makes when it is nudged.

He was timid with this toy, but I think he will warm up to it.


This month's Super Chewer is a great value for its $45 price. Murray is always impressed by all of the toys, but he especially loves his treats and chews. He is an unstoppable force when it is time for a treat, and he can't resist discovering new toys every month. The toys in this box are definitely built to last, and some even serve as two different toys if your dog is a dedicated chewer. Mur and I love the Barkbox brand, and we always have a blast unboxing every month. This month's theme was so cute; I was thrilled I got to share it with my furry valentine.

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Value - Was This Box Worth It?

The Cost: $45.00 per month + free shipping

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Since these products are all made by BarkBox, I was not able to get a retail value for each item. I received a total of six products this month, which averages out to about $7.50 for the $45 a month cost, which is a steal for the quality of each item. You would absolutely pay more for lesser products in a pet shop, making this subscription well worth the cost.

To Wrap Up

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Yes! You can also choose to start with January's 'Mutt Mountain Slopes'.

What did you think of the February 2022 Super Chewer? Be sure to click below to write a review!

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Abby Holsinger
Abby Holsinger
I’m a self-proclaimed “cool mom” who loves a little, who am I kidding, a lot of razzle-dazzle. I have been box-obsessed for over 10 years, and I am always on the hunt for new beauty, fun flair and trendy clothing boxes. A fun night for me includes an exfoliating foot mask and a bag of Dot's Pretzels while binging Rupaul’s Drag Race.

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I love Murray and how cute he is but can we have someone review the super chewer box who has a dog that is actually a super chewer? It’d be nice to know how the toys actually hold up and if it’s worth the price for the toys.

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Thank you Marie! I subscribe to the kong box and their rubber toys sometimes hold up better than the regular barkbox ones. The toys and themes are so cute but some of the bigger, bulkier rubber toys don’t get as much play which seems like a waste of money.

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OMG, Doreen, I scrolled down to write almost your exact post. It’s hard to gauge if I would want to try the super chewer (already sub to the regular bark box).

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I know I don’t work for MSA, but Super Chewer toys do a pretty good job of holding up. I had a 50 pound Aussie-mix that could peel a squeaky tennis ball in around 5 minutes and destroyed “strong” firehose toys and while anything with a soft outside was removed quickly, the rubber toys inside and any nylon toy held up to her chewing for quite a while. They did eventually have to be thrown away after a few months because she had whittled them down. My new 83-pound Dane-mix pup enjoys her leftover toys and is still a pretty solid chewer with some things and I’ve not yet had to throw one away with her.

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