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Yesterday was a crazy subscription box day around here! We had a substitute mailman and I think he thought I was crazy with my mail bin full of packages. One of those boxes that arrived was the March 2014 BarkBox which the furries were quite pleased about.
If you aren’t familiar, BarkBox is a monthly subscription box for dogs! Each monthly box contains a combination of 4-6 treats, toys, and hygiene products that have been hand selected and approved by Scout, head product tester for BarkBox. We’ve been getting for nearly two years and are quite happy with it.
Barkbox ships via DHL Global Mail and my box took only four days to arrive this month. In comparison, last month it took eight days. You just never know with DHL!
I am usually pretty bad about guessing themes, but I knew this one right away! And I thought it looked great!
The March 2014 BarkBox was inspired by a good old-fashioned breakfast. Here are the items that were included to get your dogs day off on the right foot:
~Aussie Naturals Fried Egg (~$8): LOL. How cute is this? It’s a squeaky leather fried egg! Who thinks of this stuff? I think it’s adorable, but I don’t think the dogs know it’s for them yet. I think they think it’s for the kids.
~Aussie Naturals Bacon (~$8): And to go with your eggs, you need bacon of course! The dogs do get that this one is for them. Maybe because it’s more bone shaped? Not too sure?
~Wagatha’s Breakfast Biscuits ($7.96): These are made with human grade ingredients including apples, bananas and cinnamon and the information card says that the folks over at Wagatha’s actually eat them with their coffee. For real? Have you ever tried a dog treat? Is it weird that I want too?
~Hare of the Dog Rabbit Recipe Treats ($6.90): These are made from rabbit as the primary ingredient so I don’t think I will be snacking on these with my coffee any time soon. I am probably going to pass these on to my brother’s dogs (including his foster dog he’s got 4 over there right now) because my dogs aren’t huge hard treat eaters (they like the little soft ones better).
~Barkworthies Junior Bully Stick ($2.50): We get one of these in every Barkbox it seems and the dogs like them just fine. Nothing exciting, but the dogs will like it.
All totaled I came up with a value of $33.36 for March 2014 BarkBox. I am quite happy with this month’s BarkBox and think that they hit the theme out of the park! Everything was so cute and, with the exception of the bully stick, was brand new to us.
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