BarkBox: November 2014 Review

My BarkBox subscription ended last month (I definitely thought we had more time on that), and thankfully BarkBox sent me a couple follow up emails to make sure I didn’t miss November’s box and renewed on time. Very much appreciated! Sheba would’ve been a sad pup without her monthly box of goodies.

PetSafe Squeak ‘n Treat Booya
Sheba is given treats all the time. So sometimes I like to switch it up and give her a little playtime + brainpower boost by giving her treats in a treat ball or some kind of contraption to make her work for it. The Squeak ‘n Treat Booya ($6) is another one of those. We haven’t tried this one out yet, but BarkBox noted that even though Sheba’s a medium dog, after testing they thought the small version of the toy would work best for a pup her size.

Safemade Apawthecary Cleaning Wipes
Safemade’s Apawthecary Cleaning Wipes ($4) are the cutest (and most handy) thing! I wasn’t able to track them down online for some reason, but the small dispenser is easy to carry around, wherever my adventures with Sheba go. I don’t have to worry about rainy days resulting in muddy paws now that I have these around!

Wagatha’s Kitchen Sink Biscuits
Agatha’s has become a BarkBox staple, popping up quite a bit since we started subscribing. This month, Sheba received a small box of their Kitchen Sink Biscuits ($6). Looking at the ingredients listed, it really is the kitchen sink! These organic treats include bananas, cooked apples, honey, and roasted ground peanuts (to name a few ingredients). They’re not her favorite, but Sheba will eat them.

P.L.A.Y. Eggplant
The most expensive item in this month’s box was the P.L.A.Y. Eggplant Toy ($10). Although it’s furry and has squeakers, Sheba hasn’t played with this one too much. After taking it out of the box I noticed a weird smell when I’d walk into the room – kind of like a diaper (fresh one though). I might send this one back or donate it.

Digging Your Dog Charki-O’s
The Charki-O’s bone ($3)was hands down Sheba’s favorite item in the box. She LOVES just about any kind of chew/bone and devours them pretty quickly! This brand is new to me, but the fact that it helps promote good hip and joint health is a big plus!

November’s BarkBox retailed out to about $29 which is a steal since I only paid $16 after locking in an awesome deal around this time last year. I will admit I’m a little disappointed that there weren’t any Thanksgiving-themed items (except maybe the eggplant toy), and I saw some other reviews where people received just about all Thanksgiving things. I’m all about the themes/holidays!

Did your pup receive a BarkBox this month? What did you think?

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