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03-25-2014 11:26 AM
wyoung2153 Lol.. me too. I think I'm going to start today just to see, I mean, I spend a fortune trying to find new toys for Titan and it's really hit or miss.. maybe I'll get something he actually likes and it will essentially be cheaper than I would have spent anyways. lol.
03-25-2014 11:16 AM
DJEtzel Gosh, this thread really makes me want to take the leap! lol.
03-25-2014 09:52 AM
wyoung2153 interesting... Wel lI could go for the trial 3 months or buy just one I suppose anyone use the "spoiled rotten box?"
03-25-2014 07:52 AM
Kahrg4 I paid in a lump sum. Also, I use one box for both of my boys. You can order a box for each dog though if you want. Obvs costs more that way though too.
03-24-2014 10:28 PM
trcy I've thought about getting them, but I worry about the quality and I know any stuffed/squeaky toy will be torn up in under 15 minutes by my oldest male.
03-24-2014 09:14 PM
wyoung2153 Im with you there.. I just think it's a neat idea.. I almost wonder if I would be more excited about it than him.. haha! So did you pay monthly or in one lump sum?

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03-24-2014 08:19 PM
Kahrg4 I'm a BarkBox convert! lol

I've gotten some really great things over the past 6 months and some things the boys didn't like. Some of the highlights include doggie liquid bandage spray, Etta says chews, a puzzle toy, and a very popular glow in the dark indestructible (so far) ball.

There are some treats that my boys don't like and I just pass those on to friends. There's only one toy that didn't last long and that was due to me accidentally sending it through the washing machine.

Otherwise I appreciate that there is a huge effort to find Made in America, organic or green, and doggie safe products.

For the 'subscription' that I bought, my box price come out to be $20 a month. For me, between the treats, toys, and other items included in the box I do feel like I break even if not into the black on most boxes.

Also it's just fun to get doggie stuff in the mail.
03-24-2014 03:38 PM
wyoung2153
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I've had really good luck with the Barkbox. I think the key for that one is the feedback. The first few months were hit or miss, but after a couple of months of feedback saying that I preferred single ingredient treats and tougher toys I started seeing more of what I preferred.
That's pretty cool.. at least you know they are reading your feedback
03-24-2014 03:35 PM
sechattin I've had really good luck with the Barkbox. I think the key for that one is the feedback. The first few months were hit or miss, but after a couple of months of feedback saying that I preferred single ingredient treats and tougher toys I started seeing more of what I preferred. I've gotten some really good bags of liver and lung type treats that were single ingredient, some good USA made bully and meat sticks, and a few tough toys that have lasted quite a while - a ball and loop rope tug, a Bumi tug, and a tough rubber puzzle ball.
03-24-2014 12:07 PM
Okin Some examples of what I got in the bark box was some mix that is like kool-aid you mix in your dogs water to make it flavored. Shredded bully stick used as a topper for food. Both of those seemed like a waste to me. They sent me a shark that was supposed to float on the water but she had it in pieces within literally seconds, then I had to throw it away because since it floated the material was a serious choking hazard.

Different people may get different itmes not sure.
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