We bought a 6 month subscription to Barkbox, and we also used the free box promotion code, so this box cost us $18.
The Fire Baller $12 This toy is similar to the liberty ball we got last time, it's a plastic ball with spikes on it, and it has fabric over it. I like this one because it has the fire behind it. One, that makes it more interesting for the dogs, but it's also super funny. Imagine this ball flying through the air.
Yogi Barka Mitt $16 This toy is really well made. It's a suede material, and it just feels really sturdy. I hope we get to keep this one around for a while.
It also has a little strap in the back so you can wear it like a real baseball mitt!
Pocket Trainers $8 These are great for training, they are really small, and you can carry a lot at once, and they don't take too long for the dogs to eat, so we can get more training done! The only thing is, they didn't like the flavor we got last time, so hopefully they will like this chicken flavor!
Triple Cheese Baseball Treats $8 These treats are really soft, so they will be great for our geriatric rescue dog Maisie. Old dogs with few teeth need treats, too!
Plato Pet Treats Thinkers Duck Flavor $3 I'm going to cut this up and put the pieces in a genius toy, or give it as high reward treats, because I'm pretty sure Decker will eat this whole.
It looks like beef jerky.
This might be my favorite part of the box! They included a cut out photo prop this month, and I have been having so much fun with this. I'm going to give this a retail value of $1, because I like it so much. Look at my little baseball dogs. So funny, so cute, so perfect. Good job Barkbox.
Verdict: We paid $18 for this box, and it has a retail value of $47 ($48 if you count the adorable card like I did). We always use everything in our Barkbox, so this is probably the best money we have every spent! What a great value! Our dogs get bored easily, and Barkbox has been a lifesaver.
Thanks for reading,
Lauren, Decker, and Finny