Barkbox January 2014!


Atlanta has been freezing. I thank God I dealt with Korea's cold winter because last night we had a crazy "snowpocalypse" in Atlanta where people were stuck in cars overnight and students even had to stay in school. We're blessed to have had a warm home to stay in  with the heat lamp being our best friend. IMG_7486 Thought I'd let you in on the 2nd Barkbox we received for Toby's goodies and treats.


Our second Barkbox was good but not as great as our first.. only because one of the treats Toby absolutely wouldn't eat and that's saying a lot because he eats the bottom of his plastic crate.


Wigzi "Two pockets for treats, dishwasher safe, recyclable, and made right here in the USA. The Wigzi pocket ball is great for pups who love a good game of fetch, as well as those in need of some mental stimulation - the pockets are a formidable challenge to extract goodies from! Plus, the ball is durable enough to withstand some tough love from strong jaws."

"Made to fit inside the Wigzi pocket ball, the Stuff n' Crunch treats are made with minimal, all natural ingredients. Their bacon-y cheddar-y goodness are sure to get your pup excited about the challenge of extracting the goodies. Wheat, corn, and soy free!"

I guess they counted this as two items since the ball and treats are separate but work together. I give this 4/5 stars because Toby loves it but honestly the rubber ain't that tough like his beloved Kong. I could see he's already tearing it apart. But Toby eats up the Stuff n' Crunch treats deliciously.

$13.99 for the ball

$5.99 for the treats IMG_7365

"Barksters are crunchy, minimal-ingredient treats that are perfect for snacking while you and your pup watch the game. Wheat and gluten free, air-puffed, low fat, and made in New Jersey!"

They have the texture of chips for humans for dogs. Toby loves them and they don't have a strong stench to them. I give it 5/5 stars




"Another single source protein: hooray! Sourced and made in the United States without antibiotics or added hormones, these treats are also grain-free, salt-free, and sugar free."

Toby just spits this out. This boy eats everything but he won't eat these treats? Even our good friends we gifted a Barkbox to said their dog won't eat the same treats. It sounds great that it's completely organic but if he won't eat it them, it's a total waste of money. 1/5 stars



Overall if I bought this all individually it would've cost me $34.97 so having a Barkbox saved me around $16 dollars. Not bad!

To try out Barkbox for you pup, click here and you can get $5 off your first order :)

Enjoy and let me know what you think as well! [This was not a sponsored or affiliated post.]