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The 14 Best Dog Subscription Boxes of 2021

Christen Russo
ByChristen RussoAug 26, 2020 | 34 comments

Pet subscription boxes have quickly captured consumers’ attention over the past two years. For dog lovers, the benefits are clear: Subscription services let you treat your furry friend to brand-new toys, treats, and training tools on a regular basis. Many boxes feature products that aren’t available anywhere else. You’ll spend less time at your local pet store, and you’ll have something to look forward to — every month, you’ll find new ways to build memories with your best friend. 

Of course, dog subscription boxes vary in pricing, quality, and availability. To find the right box for you and your pooch, you’ll need to compare a few options. We’ve made that process easier by providing an overview of our favorite 2021 dog subscription services. Wherever possible, we’ve included coupons and special offers to help you try out these boxes while keeping your budget in check.

1. PupBox – Best Dog Subscription Box Overall

Image via PupBox.

The Cost: $39 per month, or $29 per month with a 12-month subscription. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code MSA60 to save 60% off your first PupBox on any 3-, 6-, or 12-month subscription.

Why we love it: Dogs need age-appropriate toys and nutrition, which can be an issue when you’re ordering via subscription. For example, puppy treats might have too many calories for senior dogs, and adult foods might not have enough protein for growing pups.

PupBox addresses this problem by customizing each box based on your dog’s age and size. Each month, subscribers receive a box with 5-7 full-sized products, and the selection changes as your pet grows older.

PupBox also includes training and development guides, which are especially useful for new dog owners. Created by celebrity dog trainer Andrea Arden, the guides include useful tips for putting your best foot (or paw) forward. You’ll receive chews, teething toys, grooming goodies, cleaning supplies, and much more. If you find products that your puppy loves — which will happen — you can reorder items individually through PupBox’s website or add them to your next regular shipment.

Given the level of customization, PupBox is remarkably affordable, and we’re big fans of the training-first approach.

Check out our PupBox reviews for more information. Ships to the US for free.

 

2. BarkBox – Most Creative Dog Subscription Box

BarkBox

Image via our review.

The Cost: $35 per month, $26 per month with a 6-month subscription, or $23 per month with a 12-month subscription. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Get a free extra month when you sign up for a 6 or 12 month subscription. No coupon needed - just use this link.

Why we love it: BarkBox is one of the most popular dog subscription boxes, and given its low cost — subscriptions start at only $23 per month — we can understand the appeal. Despite the low price, BarkBox provides high-quality products backed by a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee. Each box is themed, which is a major draw for pet parents; this year, February’s box featured “dinner date” items for Valentine’s Day, but you’ll also receive boxes themed around popular movies, historical settings, and much more. It’s a quirky approach, but that’s exactly what we love about BarkBox.

Products include toys, all-natural treats, grooming items, and more. You can choose allergy-free boxes, and the company provides additional customization options to meet your pet’s preferences. If your dog’s a heavy chewer, for instance, you’ll want to opt for the Super Chewer Box, covered in detail later in this article. All items are size-appropriate, and given the low monthly cost, BarkBox provides exceptional value (and plenty of fun).

Check out our BarkBox reviews for more information. Ships to the US (free to the contiguous US states) and Canada.

 

3. BoxDog Subscription Service

Boxdog July 2020 all contents.

Image via our review.

The Cost: $39.99 per month for the Monthly BoxDog, $49.99 per quarter for the GIANT Quarterly BoxDog, and $199.96 for an annual subscription. Subscribe here!

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

Why we love it: Another low-cost option, BoxDog delivers handmade treats, toys, vegan skincare, dog clothes, and more on a monthly or quarterly basis. Both recurring shipment options give subscribers the chance to choose specific items to add to the delivery.

BoxDog offers two subscription tiers:

  • $39.99 per month for the Monthly BoxDog Box. Choose four items from BoxDog’s handmade treat, toy, clothing, or skincare product lines each month.
  • $49.99 per quarter for the GIANT Quarterly BoxDog. Each box includes four types of handmade treats and one vegan skincare item; you can also choose dog toys, clothing, & other essentials.

BoxDog’s products are charming and remarkably durable. Many of their products have novelty appeal (for example, the recently featured Dog Backpack, which is — you guessed it — a backpack for your dog), but they’re all interesting, and they’re made from high-quality materials.

Check out our BoxDog reviews for more information. Ships to the continental US for free.

 

4. The Farmer’s Dog Meal Delivery Service

Shipping box from The Farmer's Dog unpacked to show dog food packages.

Image from our review.

The Cost: Plans start at around $2 per day; pricing depends on your dog’s size and nutritional needs. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Save 50% off your first order. No coupon needed - just use this link.

Why we love it: To keep your dog happy and healthy, you need a regular supply of high-quality food. Of course, you could cook it yourself — provided you’ve spent hours researching recipes and talking to your veterinarian — or you could receive ready-to-serve, human-grade food from the nutritional experts at The Farmer’s Dog.

Each meal is made fresh, then frozen. The pre-portioned packets store easily, and subscribers rave about the results; many report improvements in their pets’ digestive habits and energy levels (though you’ll want to check with your vet before radically changing your dog’s diet). 

The Farmer’s Dog was established by pet owners who were “fed up with highly-processed, burnt brown balls” found in mass-marketed pet foods. They’ve managed to keep their costs reasonable; for smaller dogs, The Farmer’s Dog boxes cost about the same as name-brand wet food. You’ll get truly dependable quality for your money — all of the company’s ingredients are sourced from reputable suppliers,evaluated by board-certified veterinary nutritionists to meet the standards of the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO).

Check out our Farmer’s Dog reviews for more information. Ships to the contiguous US.

 

Super Chewer Box

Image via Super Chewer.

The Cost: $45 per month, $35 per month with a 6-month subscription, or $30 per month with a 12-month subscription. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Free Benebone with subscription! . No coupon needed - just use this link.

Why we love it: We mentioned the BarkBox Super Chewer earlier, but it offers a different experience from the standard box — and for some pet owners, it’s indispensable. 

If your dog turns his chew toys into confetti, the Super Chewer Box is exactly what you need to keep him entertained (and prevent your pup from tearing into your personal belongings). Each delivery features two durable rubber or nylon toys, two bags of treats, and two chews. 

The toys are always fluff free, and the toys can be customized for dietary preferences and allergies. As with the standard BarkBox, the Super Chewer Box is “100% happiness guaranteed,” so if your furry friend ignores a toy or refuses to go near a treat, the company will replace the item free of charge. For large, energetic dog breeds, the Super Chewer Box is absolutely essential.

Check out our Super Chewer reviews for more information on subscribing. Ships to the US and Canada for free.

 

Dapper Dog subscription with the box open to show the July 2020 delivery.

Image from our review.

The Cost: $35.99 per month. Save up to 5% per month with longer commitments. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code DAPPERADDICTION to save 10% off your first box!

Why we love it: Each Dapper Dog Box includes adorable toys, treats, and a bandana — perfect for prepping your pup for Instagram. While we wouldn’t usually describe pet products as “classy,” the Dapper Dog Box certainly qualifies; the gorgeously designed boxes are a treat for pet owners, and the themed products are both quirky and well-made. The service sources most of its products from small business owners in the United States, and options are available for heavy chewers and dogs (or owners) with allergies.

There’s no better way to treat your dog to a taste of the high life. Dapper Dog Box donates to organizations that support shelter dogs around the United States, so by purchasing, you’re also contributing to the cause.

Dapper Dog Box offers a 30-day money back guarantee and free shipping for customers in the United States.

Check out our Dapper Dog Box reviews for more information. Ships worldwide.

 

7. Pet Treater Subscription Box

Pet Treater November 2019 Review

Image from our review.

The Cost: $15 per month for the Dog Pack, $25 per month for the Deluxe Dog Pack. Subscribe here!

Why we love it: Pet Treater boxes include a collection of treats and toys, along with helpful items like leashes, clean-up bags, and grooming supplies. All of the subscription service’s treats are made in the United States, and their dog subscription boxes are fairly inexpensive; the Dog Pack includes 3-4 hand-selected items for $15 per month, while the Deluxe Dog Pack includes 5-8 items for $25 per month. Each pack is tailored to your dog’s size. 

Pet Treater is a partner of the Brown Dog Foundation and contributes to animal shelters across the United States. While they don’t offer a tremendous number of options, the service provides a great way to explore new brands, and they’re significantly less expensive than other dog subscription boxes. Pet Finder also offers packs for cats.

Check out our Pet Treater reviews (of both dog & cat boxes) for more information. Ships to the contiguous US only. 

 

Golden Doodle standing next to an open Greenwell Pet Box.

Image via Greenwell Pet.

The Cost: $49 per box for a one-time purchase, $41.65 per box with subscription. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code MSA20 to save 20% off your first month.

Why we love it: Most dog subscription boxes select fun products to make playtime more engaging — and while there’s certainly nothing wrong with that, the Greenwell Pet Box takes a different approach. Each delivery includes a curated selection of 6-8 holistic health & wellness products.

That includes CBD products like dog treats, chews, oils, and shampoos, which may limit inflammation and anxiety for some pets. You’ll also receive eco-friendly toys intended for low-impact play, and Greenwell Pet claims that each box is valued at over $70. 

You’ll also receive detailed information about each product, and subscribers can skip shipments easily through the company’s online portal. If you find a wellness product that works especially well for your pet, you can easily add it to your monthly box.

Check out our Greenwell Pet details for more information. Ships to the contiguous US for free.

 

Rescue Box January 2019 - Rescue Box All Items Shown Front

Image from our review.

The Cost: $29.95 per month. Save with longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

Why we love it: If your pup is a rescue—or you’re simply looking for a box that helps other pets find their forever homes—the RescueBox is an outstanding option. This dog subscription box contains five premium pet products such as chews, treats, and toys. 

Your dog will love the extra attention, but you’ll love the peace of mind you get from every order: For each box sold, RescueBox donates 10 pounds of food to animal shelters. That food feeds about 142 shelter animals. Healthy animals have a much better chance of finding adoption, and RescueBox’s mission has helped thousands of pets across the United States.

As a subscriber, you’ll also get a great return for your money; the items in each box are valued at $40 or more. Fun holiday themes keep each delivery interesting for both pets and pet parents. RescueBox also offers a subscription box for cats!

Check out our RescueBox reviews for more information. Ships to the continental US for free, and to Alaska and Hawaii $5.95.

 

Bullymake subscription box open to show all items.

Image via Bullymake Box.

The Cost: $39 per month, or $31 per month when you sign up for a 12-month subscription. Subscribe here!

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

Why we love it: BullyMake’s website features a picture of an especially happy pair of bulldogs, and the message is clear: These boxes are intended for “power chewers.” Durability is the priority here, and each delivery contains toys made from nylon, rubber, and ballistic materials — yes, ballistic materials.

Whether your pup tugs a little too hard or you’re simply looking for toys that you won’t need to replace after a few days, you’ll find exactly what your canine companion needs. Each box includes 2-3 durable toys (pet owners can select the materials) and 3 natural treats. If your dog has allergies, the “Toys Only” option omits the treats.

All of the products in each Bullymake Box are made in the USA and backed by a satisfaction guarantee. 

Check out our Bullymake reviews for more information. Ships to the US for free, Canada for $8.

 

11. VetPetBox – Dog Subscription Made by Vets

Father and son outside the vet's office with their dog and the VetPetBox.

Image via VetPetBox.

The Cost: Prices range from $35 to $44 per month and vary based on pet type, size, and duration of subscription. Subscribe here!

COUPON: Use code VetPet15MSA to save $15 off your first box!

Why we love it: As the name implies, VetPetBox was created by veterinarians. Each product is carefully assessed to ensure that it’s appropriate for your dog — or, as the site puts it, each product is “vetted by vets.” 

VetPetBox’s dog subscription services include nutritious treats, high-quality toys, healthcare products (including skin products, supplements, ear flushes, and toothpastes), and pet owner educational tools. Boxes can be customized for dogs with allergies, anxieties, and disabilities. All products are age-appropriate for your pet, and all treats are made in the United States or Canada.

While all of the services on this list treat pet wellness as a priority, VetPetBox provides pups of all ages with expert-supported preventative care. All products can be ordered individually from VetPetBox’s website, so if you find an option that works for your pet, you won’t have to wait for your next subscription box to restock.

Check out VetPetBox reviews (of both dog & cat boxes) for more information on subscribing to VetPetBox. Ships to the US and Canada.

 

12. Pooch Perks Dog Subscription Deliveries

Pooch Perks

Image via Pooch Perks.

Price: $20.82 per month for a Toys Only box, and ranging up to $44.91 per month for the Pampered Pooch box. Save with longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

Why we love it: Pooch Perks features toys and American-made treats. Most treats are grain free, and each box is customized to your dog’s size and food allergies.

If you’re feeling particularly generous, you can easily add an extra toy to your box, and you’ll find plenty of other customization options. Themed boxes are also available — the Shark Week theme box was one of our favorites.

Unlike some of the other options we’ve covered, PoochPerks offers single-shipment boxes in addition to its primary subscription options. That makes it easy to try out the service before making a long-term commitment.

Find out more about Pooch Perks here. Ships to the US for free.

 

Kong Box open to show toys and treats.

Image via KONG Box.

Price: $49.95 per month. Save with longer subscriptions. Subscribe here!

Why we love it: For decades, KONG toys have satisfied dogs and owners alike; few toys are as durable as the KONG Classic, a rubber toy that fascinates heavy chewers (saving your furniture in the process). 

Your first KONG Box includes that classic toy, along with additional toys, treats, recipes, and training tips. Subsequent boxes include two toys, three treats, and one recipe. It’s a great way to maintain a steady supply of exceptional products from a world-renowned brand.

KONG also offers solution boxes to help you navigate common behavioral issues like separation anxiety, boredom, teething, chewing, barking, crate training, and weight management.

Good to know: Every box is customized for your pup, and all KONG toys are made in Colorado, USA.

Check out our KongBox reviews to learn more about this subscription. Ships to the US only.

Honorable Mention: PupJoy, former subscription

Note: PupJoy no longer offers a monthly subscription, but they do offer a VIP membership with auto ship options.

COUPON: Use code MSABONUS to super-Size your first order with 2 free items on any Uno Box plan or 3 free items on Grande or Power Chewer Plans!

Why we love it: The Pupjoy VIP membership (for Very Important Pups, of course) offers some great perks: free shipping, exclusive members-only deals, 10% cashback with every purchase, and double the referral rewards. That makes arranging auto ship for their healthy treats, quality toys, and dog accessories—packaged with eco-friendly shipping materials—feel extra worth it! Want to combine your auto ship orders into one customized box? Head to the PupJoy Build Your Own Delivery page to get started.

While PupJoy no longer offers a monthly box, you can still read our PupJoy reviews to learn more about the types of toys and treats they carry. Ships to the US (free) and Canada.

 

Check out our full list of subscription boxes for dogs here—you can also explore subscription boxes for cats and more!

Christen Russo
Christen Russo
Christen is a smile collector, outdoors enthusiast, and appreciator of soggy French fries. Her favorite subscriptions involve eco-friendly products and clothes, nature supplies, stationery, and coffee. She can be easily won over with a good sheet of stickers.

Christen Russo
Christen Russo
Christen is a smile collector, outdoors enthusiast, and appreciator of soggy French fries. Her favorite subscriptions involve eco-friendly products and clothes, nature supplies, stationery, and coffee. She can be easily won over with a good sheet of stickers.
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34 comments

Stacey

Same ! I had a subscription for 3 toys a month for 6 months. My pups received only 2 toys every month. I went through H** trying to cancel. 15 emails later all with different box ideas to keep me, so I would not cancel. I finally had to get a little nasty. Im canceled finally and out of 6 toys that I paid for!

Jennifer

Same for me, it’s been a nightmare. IF I get the box there is always something wrong. I came here to hopefully find a new box for my pup.

Tom

I’ll keep it going. My December box was delivered until January 3rd. I have three months left and I can’t wait to leave them.

Manny

I had PupBox for more than a year. They were good, give treats and toys and helpful advice to n go along with the puppies age. Two things I didn’t care for is there is no way to customize the toys. They kept giving similar toys that my dog did not like at all and they kept sending them with no way to tell them not to send those anymore. And when I went to cancel the subscription they wouldn’t cancel it till the 6 month subscription was over which was only two months but had it been more it would have been pretty annoying especially considering I had already fulfilled a years subscription. At that point they should let you cancel whenever you want.

Deidre

I subscribed to a three month subscription to Pupbox for my daughter’s puppy. It was a definite hit and I will likely resubscribe.

Kim

I also love Pup Mom Crate and Dog Mom Box if you are an obsessed dog mom and want a mix of things for yourself and for your dog. I look forward to these 2 boxes every month! They are fun to open.

I also get Barkbox. I’ve had no issues issues with Barkbox. I love the themes but the treats and chews are the same every month just different packaging. I personally like the bigger variety I get with Pup Mom Crate and Dog Mom Box.

Inga

Discount code for Boxdog doesn’t work…

Amanda

I agree bark box was one of the worst experiences I have had with a company. The box was always later and always wrong. My dog can not have nylon toys they break teeth and it was a no problem item when I ordered. Every box came with a nylon toy and they would have to send replacement parts for the box every month and that was even a nightmare.

HK

I can’t say enough about the great customer service from Barkbox. The first box I received was missing a treat and my pup tore up the toys that day. She’s a 5 mo. old Shepard/husky. They offered many suggestions such as setting my pup’s preferences to tougher toys and customize treats. They also sent off the missing treat and extra toy to hold my pup over until the next box. I appreciated their flexibility and willingness to change and improve the next box while offering more product in the meantime.
Pupbox has also been great and we are enjoying all of the surprises each month. Although it seems like a lot for a box, I believe the value is there. We’re going to have to decide soon which box to stick with.

Natalie

I have to brag on Barkbox’s customer service. I live in an area that was significantly damaged by Hurricane Laura. I received an email from Barkbox today expressing their sympathy over the storm and asking if I wanted to put my account on hold at this time or change my address to reflect where I’m currently staying. I was just really impressed that they reached out so quickly because this wasn’t even something on my mind at this time.

Kellie

Kong box should really be added to this list. The treats were great and toy are great. Also love Pupbox and Pet Treater. I subscribe to Bark Box and my dog likes the toys, but doesn’t seem to love the treats. The themes are cute though.

Christen Russo

Thanks for the suggestion, Kellie! I just added KONG Box to the list!!

irma dean

Barkbox and Superchewer are terrible in terms of customer service and shipping. Boxes get delayed every other month and in some cases don’t get sent at all. My dog wasn’t favorable of the treats either and went threw all the barkbox toys so we switched to super chewer and those toys are tough for sure but really heavy and not meant to “play” with.

I LOVE pupbox and am adding dapper box and kong box to our monthly shipments. The toys, treats and training materials are awesome in pupbox.

Chillybeans

I’ve been getting Barkbox for over five years and never not had a box delivered, they always arrive promptly in the middle of the month. One month the chew treat was missing, I texted customer service and they fedexed one to me in just a couple of days! My dog loves the treats and plays with the toys, some he loves better than others but always has fun with them. You can’t beat the fun themes they come up with, there’s so much love and creativity in every box.

Jennifer Allen

I have two Siberian Huskies and ordered a subscription for each of them from super chewer. I received the first box for one of my dogs which they loved and since then haven’t received anything yet they are glad to take my money. Contact customer service and they keep saying that they are delayed. So far I have paid for 4 boxes and received 1. $120 is way more than I am willing to pay for a couple of toys and bags of treats. Something has to give. It so sad that I have to find another company to send my pups their toys and treats when they really loved what was sent.

Sean Oliveira

Had barkbox for 2years never a single issue.

Terry Mitchell

So far, the Super Chewer Bark Box has been great! My dog refused to play with one of the toys and I had a replacement within 10 days. Also, he LOVES the treats, I just wish the bags were larger. Two tiny bags of treats doesn’t last my 140lb Rottie for a month!

Dustin

Hard to go wrong with any of these boxes. Tiny Tails Box looks like a pretty good one for anyone that has a small dog specifically.

Katie Lind

I’ve had zero issues with Bark Box. I’ve used them off and on for the past 3 years. Always cute toys and treats my dogs love. Always on time and consistent.

Jess

I think something is going on with CuddleCrate. Their website won’t even come up now. I posted before on the last review of it to ask if anyone has heard anything, but no one responded. I finally subscribed to a bi-monthly sub on Aug. 30th and got charged for my first one on Sept. 26th, but have NEVER received anything from them and last I was able to access the website a couple weeks ago my 1st order just said “on hold” and they won’t respond to email and it looks like they haven’t been very active on facebook or other social media either. Has anyone else heard anything?? Could you update us if you know anything? Thanks!

Christen Russo

Hi Jess! I am SO SORRY your comment went unanswered both times! I’m late to the party, but thanks for the head’s up about CuddleCrate—we’ve removed it from the list so as not to mislead anyone else. I sincerely hope your issues were resolved!

Ivy

Pet Treater and Pup Box are the best dog box subscriptions. Great variety in toys and treats. Pet Treater is the best of the 2, they zend more than just treats and toys. They send clothing and misc accessories for you and your pet. Pupbox don’t send the extras like clothing and misc accessories but, they do have a great variety and they are right in time each month. As far as rewards or a free pet box for referring a friend, that offer is not so good from either one of them. I have referred many people to pupbox and pet treater over the past year and I have yet to receive a free box or anything for my referrals. If you are not concerned about the free referral stuff, these 2 suppliers are the best for your money.

Thayne

Barkbox and Superchewer are terrible in terms of customer service and shipping. Boxes get delayed every other month and in some cases don’t get sent at all. My dog wasn’t favorable of the treats either and went threw all the barkbox toys so we switched to super chewer and those toys are tough for sure but really heavy and not meant to “play” with.

I LOVE pupbox and am adding dapper box and kong box to our monthly shipments. The toys, treats and training materials are awesome in pupbox.

Michele

Do not use Barkbox they are not consistent in delivery u check one day and it will say this date then 2 days later it’s changed for a week from that day. I have contacted them and emailed and never had an issue chatting with someone until 2 days ago when Mara disconnected me. I was not happy.. also my box never came til almost the last day of the month, but I know they are quick to take their payment out by the 3rd of every month. They should take payment when box is shipped

Andrea

I have been using Barkbox Super Chewer and my pup and LOVE it. No problems wirh deliveries. They Always come on the 13th every month. The toys are durable and interactive. Tug of war, fetch, different ways of disbursing the treats and chews that come in the box. In 3 years my pit who is a hardcore chewer destroyed one and they sent a replacement free right away. Any toy ur pup doesnt like or chews up which is near impossible, they will replace. Customer service was great and tjey follow up tomake sure ur issue was resolved and ur satisfied with thd results. My dog has lived every treat and chew they sent and he is picky. I have and will continue to recommend and use the Super Chewer Box from Bark Box! My dog knows when his box is here and goes wild!

Susie

I have been subscribing to Barkbox for over 4 years. I have never had an issue with the monthly deliveries. Maybe it’s your mail courier?

Elizabeth H Emond

Absolutely not. They are the worst. I don’t know how you’ve had luck.

Candy

I’m still waiting on my November box. They also kept changing the date. After, a chat and two emails, they sent me an email with shipping info. It will be here this coming Saturday. There are lots of discouraging post on their FB page. Not sure what is going on with them. Who knows when I’ll get Decembers. This is my 2nd year of subscribing. I’m thinking they are under staffed.

Stephanie

Try VetPet Box!!!! You won’t be disappointed!

JaNet Wise

I have the exact same issues every couple of months its a fight to get my pups box! Even the last months box after several emails asking where is my box I am told it is ready and shipping in 24 hours, that was a week and a half ago. Today I get another message stating they “ran out of items to build Octobers boxes” and offered me November free of charge. Ok first of all I havent even received the box I paid for so really nothing is free!! Terrible customer service and the company does not communicate with subscribers if they “run out” your just left out in the cold!! Not this fur momma its time for a change!!!

Kc

Buckles! Long time no see

arjun chakraborty

The Dapper Dog Box is the absolute best! You get a gorgeous bandana each month + their customer service is top notch.

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