Blockhead Box is a monthly dog subscription box for bully breeds, heavy chewers and blockhead dogs curated by Fight4Them. Fight4Them is an organization of mixed martial artists, wrestlers, and boxers bringing awareness and combating illegal dog fighting and dog abuse. Expect to receive high-quality dog treats, durable toys, and human apparel. Start off by selecting your shirt size (small to 2XL). Next, select your dog size. Lastly, select your subscription billing option. A portion of the proceeds is used to fund human education, dogs in need, and law enforcement with their subscriptions.
A note was included thanking the subscriber for the purchase and a reminder that no toy is indestructible. There is no information card included.
Here are the items in the February Blockhead Box for large dogs. My heavy chewers are going to love this box!
The doggies are going to enjoy the Large Beef Toothpick ($7.99). It is a 100% beef tail made from North/South America beef.
Spunky Pup and Interactive Dog Toys are both made by the same company which is why I used the Spunky Pup Super Tough Hydrant ($11.99) price. The 100% rubber toy holds peanut butter and other treats. Odie will enjoy this toy!
The Alien Flex Hammer by Spunky Pup ($12.99) is a heavy-duty nylon toy. The bacon flavored toy has tasty bumps. Odie wasn’t sure what to think of it.
The Pawsitively Gourmet Love Bone (appx $2.50) will set Bella’s heart aflutter. The Made in the USA cookie is a delicious mix of peanut butter, carob, and yogurt. The ingredients are sourced in the USA.
February is all about love. The Blockhead T-Shirt ($24.99 based on their store). It is an adorable reminder about the dogs that need love and rescuing. Fight4Them is an organization of martial artists, wrestlers, boxers, and other combat athletes that are working to end dog fighting. I’ll be wearing it at the Tae Kwon Do Tournaments if my children chose to compete.
Odie and Bella are tag-teaming again. Odie is half Border Collie and half Labrador Retriever who destroys his toys through play. Bella is a Mini Rat Terrier that believes all toys should be ripped to pieces.
Odie wanted to play with me instead of posing for the photo!
Bella is licking her chops in anticipation of her Love Cookie.
She is looking for a good place to eat her cookie. She decided to eat it in the house.
Odie was unsure on how to use a space hammer. He looked at it with suspicion.
He ran around the yard with it in his mouth looking for a place to bury it.
Bella does not realize she is a small dog. She couldn’t wait to start chewing on the beef toothpick.
She is relaxing on the straw enjoying her beef stick.
The stick is almost the size of Bella!
Odie is having a delicious snack of peanut butter ala fire hydrant. He refused to sit down because this part of the yard is still saturated with water.
Bella is stalking Odie because she wants the beef toothpick back.
He laid down in a drier part of the yard to enjoy his beef treat.
We refilled the fire hydrant with peanut butter for Bella. It looks large next to her.
The February Blockhead Box provided enjoyment for the tough-chewers. The doggies enjoyed their toys. Bella loved her cookie. I will be wearing my shirt when at Tae Kwon Do with the kids. I know they are going to have hours of fun burying the Alien Flex Hammer. Blockhead Box did an excellent job meeting Odie’s heavy chewer needs and Bella’s aggressive chewing needs. Blockhead box is an excellent box for aggressive and heavy chewers that want to have fun.
What do you think of the February Blockhead Box?