Barkbox is a monthly subscription box just for dogs. Each box has 4-6 dog products and are customized to the size of your pup, plus it has a cute theme that you and your dog will get a kick out of.
This Barkbox is for small dogs like our miniature schnauzer, Lindy, but you can get them for medium and large dogs too — check out our Barkbox reviews for a peek at the big dog boxes! NEW: the heavy chewer box!
This month’s custom paper is Sakura-themed! BarkBox always does a great job of fleshing out the theme of each box and making the inserts and box decor fun. It’s always good for a laugh!
DEAL: Save $10 on your first box with promo code MS10X1213 though it should pop up automatically.
The box theme is Bento & Blossoms theme.
The information card. BarkBox features toys and snacks celebrating travels around the world. Information on all the items in the box can be found on the site, or by using the BarkBox app!
And here are this month’s cute dog items!
P.L.A.Y. Get That Geta ($10) This crinkly, squeaky toy is designed to look like a traditional Japanese Geta shoe.
The toe strap is a great ballistic nylon and it’s perfect for pointy teeth that love to attack small toys like this (Lindy & I had fun!).
Sydney’s Salmon Nigiri ($8) The next toy in the box was this DARLING nigiri!
It has a squeaker inside and the rice is a delightful piece of fuzzy sherpa. It’s perfect – both for the depiction, and because Lindy loves chewing on this type of fabric.
Hello Ducky! Dog Treats ($8) Lindy was completely crazy in my office all weekend until I realized that I had a Barkbox and she wanted me to open it right away! We were impressed with these treats – she loved them and I loved that they were farmed and made in the USA, plus they were cooked on open grilling racks to reduce the fat. Great for dogs like ours that have issue with fatty treats.
This bag was impossible to photograph – we tuned the photo as much as we could, but even in person it was hard to read. Both treats this month were made for Barkbox, but this one didn’t have the manufacturer name on it.
Nom, just like little ducky patties.
Mr. Porkle Pork Teriyaki Treat ($6) I think this is a hilarious name. Mr. Porkle!
Made for Barkbox by Mountain Country Foods, these little goodies are wheat free!
They are cute little pyramids and I am totally tickled that they’re really teriyaki flavored – with honey, vinegar, molasses, pineapple, and ginger! She would gobble them if she could.
Etta Says Buffalo Chew ($3) Finally – there’s always a chew in the box, and Etta Says is one of my dog’s favorites. This lean buffalo chew is 100% sourced & made and perfect for maintaining gum & teeth health!
Lindy somehow KNOWS I am writing about Barkbox – she just ran into my office! She has a pupsense about these things, I swear (also, are there any boxes that I can lock all the treats in because she won’t rest until she consumes all of them!).
She’s thrilled with her bento this month, as always!
What did you think of Barkbox this month?