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Bark Box Review

***I recieved this item for the purpose of a review. All opinions are my own and I was not compensated for this review. Your opinion may vary from mine.***

Barkbox is an awesome monthly subscription program for those special furry friends of ours. For as low as $17 a month and free shipping you can get a box full of surprises just for them. Whether your dog is a Toy Chihuahua or a Great Dane, Barkbox can fulfill their little puppy dreams. 3 and 6 month plans are available with no commitment meaning you can cancel at any time; however, I'm pretty positive you won't want to.

From the website: When you sign up for BarkBox, every month you will receive a box in the mail with four or more carefully selected products and presents for your dog – anything from bones and treats to shampoos, leashes and innovative new gadgets!If your dog is begging for more or you want to gift a favorite item to a friend, we’ll give you exclusive opportunities to order more products at a great rate.
There are approximately 7 million animals entering shelters every year and BarkBox is dedicated to keeping them happy, healthy and safe until they find a new home. Each month you’ll hear about a shelter their sponsoring and how BarkBox is supporting their efforts. With every box sold 10% supports rescue groups all around the country. Pretty awesome company if you ask me!
Ready to see what was in our July BarkBox?
First we have a Spinz 100% Edible Chew Toy made by Precision Pet Products. The Spinz Chew Toy is Gluten-Free which is great for dogs since most are allergic to wheat products. It's designed to provide your dog with a nutritious treat that creates motion to keep them occupied while testing their mind and coordination. Our puppy loves this treat/toy! 
The next thing I found in our BarkBox was a package of yumZies which are grain free natural moist dog treats with chicken as the first ingredient. yumZies are made in the USA, have no artificial preservatives, and no wheat, corn, or soy. Great for the conscious dog owner!

What I found in the box next had me more excited than the dogs, peach flavored Doggy IncrediBubbles by Pet Qwerks. I love blowing bubbles at the dogs and my daughter absolutely loves to watch them jump all over the place while they try to catch them. Doggy IncrediBubbles actually land without popping so our dogs can feel way more accomplished. I can't wait to get my dogs all riled up with this!

The following item that was found in my BarkBox was something I ALWAYS forget to take with me to the park or on a neighborhood stroll, poop bags. It's so embarrassing when your doggy does his business in someone's front lawn only to realize that you forgot to bring something to clean up the mess. Poopy Packs are in a tight enough roll to where I can just hid them in the stroller so I never forget them. 

Last but not least was the coolest toy I've ever seen for a dog; A US Dog Grade Dogmeat T-bone squeaky toy by PetProjekt that was even packed up like it was just bought from the meat counter of your local grocer. How stinking cute! Our dogs went nuts over this toy!

I can't wait to see what's in store for August. If you'd like to try BarkBox out for your pups, check out their website and sign up! All boxes are shipped out on the 15th of every month. Your doggy is going to love you to pieces for this. Connect with BarkBox through Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest to stay up to date on the latest news.

***I recieved this item for the purpose of a review. All opinions are my own and I was not compensated for this review. Your opinion may vary from mine.***


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