|11-28-2014 06:46 PM|
Barkbox had a deal where you get a free month with your subscription so I figured I'd give it a try. I only signed up for 1 month plus 1 free month so I can't really say how good it is over time. I got the first box about a week ago and it was really nice! It included banana chips (just banana and coconut oil), Primal beef treats, a stuffed eggplant toy, a beef chew, and a roundish sort of chew similar to Nylabone. My dog is 8 months and not picky so he liked all of it. I am always looking for stuff to keep him busy and he goes through treats quickly so I thought it was great.
They do have an option for dogs who have allergies, their FAQ says "Yup, we sure do! We have a special allergy-friendly BarkBox for pups who are allergic to beef, chicken, turkey, gluten, wheat, soy, and corn."
|11-28-2014 03:25 PM|
I just hit an email from PawPack for 50% off this weekend. I think I'll do that, it was a decent deal at regular price for 1/2 price I think it's definitely worth it.
All weekend long we are offering a 50% discount on EVERY SINGLE PLAN! This means you get our annual plans which are already reduced at 50% off as well! Massive savings and this is our biggest sale ever.
Just head to www.PawPack.com, select ANY plan, and enter promo code BLACKFRIDAY at checkout for the 50% discount.
|11-23-2014 09:44 PM|
I used BarkBox in the past. It was good, but even though they marked my dog as a "heavy chewer", the toys still didn't last more than a few minutes. Also, they do an allergy friendly box option if you email them. The treats were great and so was the customer service, but I decided it wasn't worth the money.
I now use PetBox. I got it as a groupon deal for half off. I think the deal is still going on. I don't get as much stuff as with the BarkBox, but it's $10 a month with the deal and I get to pick the items or choose to be surprised. I don't think it would be worth the money if I had to pay full price though.
I'm also about to experiment with a new one called Pet Gift Box. I'll get the first box in December. One thing I like about it is you are billed monthly with no commitment and it's cheaper than BarkBox. I'll update after receiving it to let you know about the quality!
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|11-23-2014 06:48 PM|
|wyoung2153||Unfortunately we have yet to go with anything yet. I have just been buying our own. Titan is just so dang picky about toys and he's allergic to most treats I don't want it to be a wast you know?|
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|11-23-2014 05:35 PM|
I used to get the Spoiled Rotten Box from PetFlow. Most of the treats were natural. I got annoyed when they sent a smoked ham bone though -- not even safe for a big dog.
The toys (and some of the treats) were often things you could find in their clearance bin on the website. I think they use these boxes to blow out clearance stock.
As a result, I didn't think the value was good, given that the true value of the products is the clearance bin prices.
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