Barkbox is a monthly subscription box just for dogs. Each box has 4-6 dog products and is 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 schnauzers, Lindy and Dean, but you can get them for medium and large dogs too. Check out our Barkbox reviews for a peek at the big dog boxes! Plus, they now offerBarkbox SUPER CHEWER – the heavy chewer box!
OR Get a FREE membership in the Barkbox Extra Toy Club when you subscribe to 6+ months cycle plan – that’s one free toy every month – just use this link to subscribe! This is a $9 per month value and ends 1/1.
There are dog cartoons at the side of the box featuring their happy mood!
A Christmas-themed packaging welcomed us upon opening the box!
BarkBox always does a great job of making the box decor, treat and toy selections fit the theme.
The theme of this month’s box was Snuggle, Pups, and Hygge! Here, they listed clues about some of the items we might find in the box. We even have a bonus cutout BarkBox Boardgame made for 2 to 6 players.
The wrapper features a fireplace.
Everything in this month’s box!
Bark Box The Soup Troop. The first plush toy is called The Soup Troop. It’s composed of a plush soup pot and plush veggies inside!
There are two sounds in the plushie made by the disk squeaker and crinkle.
The disk squeaker is inside the soft plush pot and the crinkle paper is inside the veggies. It’s soup-erly adorable!
BarkBox Lazy Susan Squirrel Plush Toy ($10) It’s a multifeatured plush toy that looks like a squirrel!
It has an irresistible crinkle, tube squeaker, and shredding fur. It can even be cuddled up in a rug.
Doesn’t it look playful and cute? The material looks and feels durable and so far it has survived a lot of chewing by our pups.
It is just the right size for our pups. They enjoyed the long plush at the back too!
Plato Pet Treats Thinkers Duck Recipe Dog Treats ($5.90) It’s a very healthy treat for your dog as it has no added sugars, artificial preservatives, artificial colors, protein-meals, soy, wheat, corn, fillers or freeze-drying. This can be used as a training treat.
It has brain nourishing DHA and an EPA which is also an excellent source of iron. These are slowly roasted and good for dogs with skin issues, allergies, and food sensitivities. Did you know that if your dog has allergies, Barkbox can accommodate most of them?
Bark Greta’s Gourmet Turkey Dog Treats. It’s a pack of dog treats made with turkey liver. Turkey is the definition of comfort food, for dogs and parents alike!
All of them are star-shaped and cut out equally. Also, the treat recipe doesn’t contain soy, wheat, or corn.
It’s great whether as a snack or as a reward.
Bark Henrick’s Holiday Ham Pork Dog Treats. There’s another pack of treats and this time it’s made with pork liver in a ham flavor. It’s also free from wheat, corn, soy, and grain.
The treats are shaped like mittens as a nod to the winter season!
The ingredients used for the treats are raised and sourced in the USA.
We all used the cutouts so we can all play the game. There’s a makeshift roulette that also comes with the board to make it more fun.
There are a lot of challenges there and even physical activities that you have to do in order to be at the finish line.
We landed on the furry burrito square. How long will it take Dean to come out? I dunno, he’s feeling those hygge vibes!
BarkBox makes their subscription experience to be enjoyable for both the parents and their dogs. They gave us a board game we can play with our family and relatives this holiday season plus the squeaky, crinkle toys we have for our dogs. The treats were all naturally sourced and are healthier options. I’m happy with the box as it offers variety. Even there are a lot of treats, they made sure the flavors are different and the toys had different features that really get our pups crazy. It’s so fun with lots of variety and always an amazing theme!
What did you think of Barkbox this month?