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It's pretty surprising how rarely owners buy their dogs new toys, new treats.
Maybe you think your pet's stinky chew toy is their "favorite," but odds are you just haven't bought them a new one in a while.
Here are 5 pretty convincing reasons for you and your pup to give Barkbox a chance vs. a traditional "bricks n' mortar pet store."
1. Free Extra Box for Signing Up?
Sent straight to your door. I have never seen a pet store give me a free package of goods for buying dog toys and treats.
Right now you can get a free extra box for signing up. This is a huge benefit. Get a collection of dog toys, outfits, and treats your pet will love.
2. I Don't Know Anyone "Tweeting" this way to any Pet Store
We love your boxes!— Ruckus the Eskie (@ruckustheeskie) August 9, 2018
They really are great.. Pups go crazy when they see them n never have to shop for treats or toys again— nameless (@ConnorWright81) August 9, 2018
Do y’all do the extra toy Barkbox subscription? Guapo friggin’ LOVES it. He starts attacking the delivery box the moment I bring it home.— Budini (@Budini) August 9, 2018
3. Like Walking Down a Pet Store Aisle. Pick What You Want
Yup. You can customize your box, and pick the toys you want in it. The toys are custom too! Barkbox makes their own.
The company has a range of themes for each box, including Chewrassic Bark and Sniffin Safari.
4. Beat All Store Costs. $21/month for $40 of Goodies.
It's always nice to get the value out of a subscription box, and beat store costs.
5. The Online Store With 50 million Products Shipped
When you buy a toy or treats at a store. You can never be sure if it's junk. BarkBox has shipped over 10 million BarkBoxes with the feedback to know what it's subscribers need and want.
These toys aren't just fun for your pet (and you). They also keep your dog's mouth healthy and clean by reducing plaque on their teeth. Over time a plaque buildup can cause pain and irritation for your pet. You're also doing your pet a favor. Sounds like a win-win to me!