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Wednesday, 30 September 2015

Barkbeats: doggy box

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I feel like I've completely gone over to the dark side of loving my dog more than most humans! Last month I decided to give Bark Beats a go, it's a subscription box for your favourite canine companion and boy oh boy are your furry friends in for a treat (or two, or three…). The box is packed full of five or six fun/ edible/ engaging treats for your pets to enjoy – it's also completely suited to the kind of dog you have, you tell them when you order your box if your dog is small, medium or large. Meaning there isn't a thing in these that isn't suited to my little Yorkshire Terrier, Daisy dog, meaning nothing goes to waste and she has some exciting new things to play with, or to tickle her taste buds!

I bought this as a one off (or so I thought*) as a little present for Daisy, as I'd seen a promotional code online randomly for a half price first box. Great news! In this particularly box Daisy received a cuddly toy, pack of tomato-flavoured biscuits, breakfast lollipop, chew toy and a homemade dog-friendly ice-cream for you to whip up when your pup has been particularly good! Like I've said on here before I'm not normally a fan of of subscription boxes but my mind seems to be changing – especially for lifestyle and animal ones, the beauty editions seem a waste of money to me. Daisy gives this box her seal of approval and is still munching her way through some of the treats and the cuddly toy is still going strong…the ice-cream is something we are yet to sample!

Head to Bark Beats to find out more

*I noticed £14 going out of my account the end of last month to Bark Beats, so emailed them to question why I had been signed up to a monthly subscription when I had chosen the one month option. Their answer? You have to actually email them to cancel your subscription, even though it says nothing about this until you consciously go onto the 'Terms & Conditions' page (who ever goes on those pages?) – something for you to bear in mind if you want a one off present for your dog, like I did.

2 comments:

  1. I love how people have started getting their dogs doggy boxes! x
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    1. I might have to get her another one, they've got one for Valentine's day haha xx

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