Today was Ranger’s favourite day of the month: BarkBox delivery day! I’m a horrible person and didn’t review February’s box, but Ranger wanted into it fast and the foster dog was here and it slipped to the side. Suffice to say, Ranger loved everything in it!
You can sign up by the month, 3 month, or 6 month package. Obviously the more you get, the cheaper each month. I did the six month package and remember that they renew automatically. Plus, each month there are different codes you can put in to get a cheaper deal.
This month use code BARKFRIDAY to get $12 off a 6-month subscription. That’s only $17.00 per month!! Just go to Barkbox
And onto the goods:
Item: Pet Qwerks Doggone Times (approx value $10.00)
This toy is great for Ranger because he is gentle with stuffed toys (despite his ability to chew through bones with his power jaws). It comes with squeakers and crinkle paper. There are pockets to put treats in to add more fun!
Item: West Paw Design Jive Dog Ball (approx value $15.00)
This ball has many positives: the ball floats in water, can bounce in all sorts of directions, and is listed as good for chewers. Jive Balls are made from recycled materials. It fits in a standard ball thrower and once it has lived its life, it is recyclable. Ranger has already been chasing it around the living room while we wait for the rain to stop.
Item: Wagatha’s Breakfast Biscuits (approx value $8.00)
When I opened the box, you could smell the freshness of this product. The ingredients are organic, wheat-free, and lactose-free. They are made with apples, bananas, and cinnamon. Apparently the staff at Wagatha’s eat them with coffee, and I can see why.
Item: Superior Farms Venison Waffles 3oz (approx value $9.99)
These were hands down Ranger’s favourite part of this month’s Barkbox. They are single ingredient treats made with 100% pressed lung. They were easy to snap, and even Slim the cat joined in to have one tonight.
I’m becoming more and more of a fan for dehydrated real animal meat treats. They are easy to transport, have a good smell to them, and Ranger will be ANY trick to get one.
Item: Etta Says Crunchy Rabbit Chew (approx value $1.00)
With no artificial colours, fillers, or preservatives, these chews are a mixture of rawhide and USA meat. They are listed as no odour and non-staining, but we will see when Ranger gets to have it. He hasn’t been a huge fan of rabbit meat, but maybe this will tempt him.
So that was this month; approximately $44.00 worth of dog stuff crammed in the little box. Definitely worth the money, and I may have added a couple items to Ranger’s Christmas list.