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Bark Box – Monthly Goodies for your four-legged family member (giveaway ends 7/22/13)

 

Bark Box

Do you love getting mail? How about unexpected packages? I sure do.

As a review blogger I get a lot of packages delivered to my door that I do expect, but every now and then I receive a surprise in the mail. I love it when that happens. :-)

My kids love getting mail or surprise packages too. When they were little I used to order small things for them so that they had mail and/or packages to open up. They even got excited when a magazine showed up in the mailbox.

I think we all appreciate getting fun surprises in the mail. And I’m sure we can all agree that we don’t like receiving things marked “DUE NOW” in big, bold, red letters. LOL!

Every time I get a package delivered my dog is always right there, practically on top of me, trying to see what is inside. Occasionally I do get pet related products to review. I feel bad when our cats receive goodies and not our dog, and vice versa. No matter who it’s for our dog Espn (pronounced Es-pin) is always hovering over the box to see if there is anything inside for him.

Bark Box is a monthly subscription service that sends your dog 4-6 innovative dog toys, treats, gadgets, and goodies. Most of the products are considered “specialty” items.

Bark Box has different monthly boxes depending on the size of your dog. That way your Chihuahua doesn’t receive a huge toy meant for a Great Dane and your Rottweiler won’t receive treats specifically made for a Yorkie. You specify what size dog you have so that Bark Box knows what types of products to send.

Bark Box

Each month you get something different. It’s a fun way to explore new products and brands you might not otherwise know about. Plus your dog will love all his special goodies.

Bark Box sent me a box to review. Inside I found the following products.

Heartland Premium Bone

A real bone sourced from cows born and bred in Omaha, Nebraska.

Bowser Beer

A beef based drink with no alcohol or carbonation. It’s fortified with glucosamine, which is great for joints. It’s can be served as a treat or as a topper on dry dog food. You can even serve it over crushed ice on a hot day.

Puppy Cake Puptato Chips

A healthy, all natural alternative to potato chips. Made from dried sweet potatoes, they are low in fat and high in vitamins.

Whole Life Freeze Dried Protein

Freeze dried, single sourced protein with no fillers. Made from high quality meet from the USA.

Dale Edgar Calm K9 Wafers

Hailing from Portland, Oregon these wafers contain omega-3, Vitamin B and chamomile to help sooth and relax frightened dogs, or those suffering from anxiety. Great for fireworks and thunderstorms.

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My dog went crazy when I opened this box. He must have known it was all for him.

He loves the Puppy Cake Puptato Chips and the Whole Life Freeze Dried Protein snacks. He would eat both bags if I let him. He can’t get enough of them.

We haven’t had the opportunity to try the Dale Edgar Calm K9 Wafer yet. We plan on giving them to him on the Fourth of July. If they work we’ll give them to him whenever a thunderstorm rolls in or the local ballpark has fireworks.

I’m going to give our neighbor (a Rottweiler puppy who is already 70 pounds!) the real bone. As much as my dog wants it I know he’ll get very protective of it and literally viciously attack the cats if they go near it. I don’t want to take any chances.

As for the Bowser Beer, we haven’t tried it yet.

Bark Box is a fun idea. I would love to subscribe to something like this for Espn. I wish they had Meow Boxes too so I could subscribe for my cats too.

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If you would like to learn more about Bark Box and their pricing visit www.BarkBox.com. Their monthly subscriptions range from $29 (one month) to $19.00 (six months – $19 per month).

You can also find Bark Box on the various social networking sites including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.

Bark Box would like to give a lucky reader a 3-month subscription to Bark Box for their dog. If you don’t have a dog and would like to enter you could always donate the goodies to your local animal shelter.

This giveaway is open to US residents only and will end on July 22, 2013 at 11:59 PM (EST). The winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator from all eligible entries. The winner will be notified via e-mail and will have three days to respond or a new winner will be chosen in their place.

To enter please comment on this post and tell me about your dog (or dogs) who will be receiving the Bark Box if you are the lucky winner.

For extra entries you can use the Rafflecopter widget (below) but you must complete the initial entry requirement or the additional entries won’t qualify (I do check). Extra entries are optional.

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Kimberly

*I received a free box to review. There was no compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way. Bark Box will handle prize fulfillment.

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About Kimberly

Kimberly Vetrano resides in the suburbs of New York City with her family, five cats, dog, a tank full of fish and snails. She is also a freelance writer and photographer.

Comments

  1. Melissa Mazzur says:

    we have 3 dogs and 2 cats! Shadow is a rescued lab mix, sassy a rescued terrior and Ben is a poodle mix who came from a lady going into a nursing home! Kiki is our indoor mouser and Sammy lives outside!

  2. Sadie B. says:

    We have a medium size cattle dog mix that will love this box.

  3. Deirdre says:

    My dog Mocha will be the lucky recipient, if we win. Thanks!

  4. Tiya Madden-Cotter says:

    My dogs like to inspect everything that comes into the house too!

  5. Our 10 lb. Shih-tzu Chiweenie named Indiana Jones.

  6. Rose Holloway says:

    I have 3 dogs 2 poms and a pomchi that will love these. :)

  7. Colleen Schilinski says:

    I have the best pup in the world, and her name is Ashley. We got her 11 years ago when she was only 8 weeks old, near Ashley, Ohio – hence her name. A few years ago, my husband was feeling under the weather, and Ashley would not leave his side. Come to find out he had cancer, and it was like she was trying to tell us something……that he had cancer. She has always been a mamma’s girl – so it was kinda odd that she would be glued to his side. He went through chemo, the cancer went into remission, but then it came back and she did the same thing. I know it sounds weird – but she was telling us once again the he had cancer. I believe this with all my heart. His cancer is back in remission, and Ashley is back to being a mamma’s girl – but I always look for that “sign”.

    • Colleen Schilinski says:

      Oops – I meant “She was telling us once again THAT he had cancer.

  8. Kim Townsend says:

    Our family household consists of Sandy, a 13 yr. old Red Heeler, and Chance, a year old Brindle Pitbull Mix. They are always on our side and in our hearts!

  9. I think its great to have a giveaway for the dogs! Between us and the inlaws we got 4 dogs that all are spoiled! Lady is a cocker spaniel, Katie is a boxer, Nickel is a Mautipoo and Pookie is a Pekinese mix!

  10. jeannine s says:

    Our dog is Coco. The kids love to play with her

  11. Margot C says:

    This would be for my mother in law; who is wonderful and dotes on her three dos; a huge one of indeterminate breed, a beagle and a Chihuahua

  12. We have a golden retriever, Nala

  13. Robin Wilson says:

    This would be for my four-legged best friend and constant companion Zuzu. Our 4 year old chocolate miniature poodle. She so deserves this!

  14. Robin Wilson says:

    I am following on Bloglovin’ as Robin Wilson

  15. Robin Wilson says:
  16. We have lab mix named Bear who we adore.
    Thanks for the chance.

  17. This would be for my dog, Dexter! He is a Pointer/Vizsla mix, and he will be three in September :)

  18. kelly rae says:

    We have a lovely pitbull/boxer mix that is the sweetest dog ever. he will lick your face and jumps at the sight of grass.

  19. Kim Henrichs says:

    Hamish – he’s a five year old west highland terrier!

  20. I have eight dogs that would share this yummy prize if we win. Three of my fur kids are rescues, the first was a sheltie simply rescued from someone who had too many small children and big dogs and no time for a smaller puppy (her words not mine) so he came to me…the other two rescues had a much sadder start to life. The first was a pit bull that I found wandering the streets eating out of garbage cans when he was approximately 12-14 weeks old. He was pitiful, very emaciated and had been beaten to the point where he had broken ribs and internal bleeding. My vet didn’t know that he would even live, but after several week of love, and lots of care, he started coming around and is now a 65# bundle of love and the protector of all the little dogs. The other rescue is a long haired chihuahua that I pulled from the local dog pound. He was going to be euthanized due to being emaciated and sick….I literally saved him from death….it was a long six weeks of keeping him quarantined from the rest of my crew so they wouldn’t get sick as well as he had long untreated kennel cough that had progressed to pneumonia. After a couple months though, he was well enough to be neutered and slowly went from the emaciated barely four pounds that he was when I picked him up to the healthy happy nine pounds that he is now. the chihuahua and pit bull are the best of friends. I already had five dogs when the rescues came to me, the first two within a month of each other and the last one the following year, but it’s hard to say no to a dog in need. I have fostered and rehomed many others over the years but I knew these three rescues would be staying as soon as they walked in the door! My dogs all get along very well and are great at sharing stuff with each other. They would enjoy a bark box very much. Thank you for the chance to win for my fur babies.