Who doesn’t love getting a package in the mail? It’s fun to anticipate a monthly surprise filled with fun for you and your dog. We found some of the best subscription boxes out there for loads of entertainment. Prices vary, but some have special deals for first-time subscribers or offer discounts for annual subscriptions.

Bark Box Bark Box features two innovative toys, two all-natural bags of treats and a chew that’s curated from each month’s themed collection.

$23 per month; barkbox.com

Bark Box Super Chewer

Bark Box Super Chewer’s are for those dogs who need tough and sturdy enrichment. It includes two tough toys that are fluff-free, two customizable full bags of treats and two all-natural meaty chews.

$30 per month; barkbox.com/super-chewer


Two bags of delicious handmade dog treats, one vegan skincare or dog clothing item and two tough dog toys are in every box! Boxes are available based on your canine’s weight and chewing type.

Plans start at $35 per month; boxdog.com


Got a dog who destroys his toys in five seconds?

Each box is filled with two to three durable toys curated for your heavy chewer. You can customize the materials of the toys you receive on a monthly basis as well. You’ll get three treats in every box that are all natural, healthy and tie into the monthly theme. If your dog has severe food allergies, you can select a “toys only” option where the treats are replaced with two additional toys.

Starts at $39 per month; bullymake.com

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Chewy’s Good Box

Online retailer Chewy has its own dog boxes. Each box is sold as an individual order, features limited-edition products and is themed for days such as birthdays, brunch or Halloween. The boxes include treats, toys and bandanas.

$24.99 per box; chewypicks.com

Dog Mom Lifestyles

Every box contains an uplifting animal rescue story and “sensational lifestyle surprises” for dog moms and their fur babies. Relaxation surprises and selfcare for mom, treats for your pup and matching doggie-and-mom apparel for VIP members are all included. All members receive access to an online community, which features monthly workshops on self-care and information to help you learn more about your pet. Dog Mom Lifestyles supports shelters and rescues across the country.

Starts at $44.99; dogmomlifestyles.com

Pup Box

Got a new puppy? This box is meant for you. Everything in your Pup Box is handpicked based on your puppy’s specific needs and includes five to seven products as well as a full training guide each month, based on your dog’s age. You’ll get items like treats, a variety of toys (plush, teething, rope, etc.), meaty chews and accessories for grooming and cleaning.

Starts at $29 per month; pupbox.com

Pup Joy

Pup Joy provides customized boxes and subscription options, plus says it sources some of the most healthy, sustainable products for your dog. Pup Joy also believes in supporting animal rescues and social causes. The boxes feature treats and chews as well as supplements, grooming supplies and toys.

Starts at $29.99 per box; pupjoy.com

Pooch Perk

Pooch Perks offers different levels of its monthly box. There’s a toys-only box or you can upgrade to toys, treats and accessories. The box is themed and the company also offer boxes for birthdays and puppies.

Starts at $20.82; poochperks.com


RescueBox is part of the The Animal Rescue Site, which is run by the national nonprofit Greater Good. The nonprofit’s mission is to improve the lives of people, pets and the planet. Each box sold benefits 142 shelter animals and contains five-plus products full of toys, treats and chews.

Starting at $29.95 per box; store.theanimalrescuesite.greatergood.com

VetPet Box

Every item you find in a VetPet Box is hand-selected and evaluated by veterinarians for quality and safety. You will receive at least two toys, treats, accessories and the same healthcare items (shampoos, supplements, etc.) that you would find at your vet’s office.

Starts at $35.00 per box (depending on dog size); vetpetbox.com

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Just like dogs, the boxes come in an array of shapes and sizes. Finding a special monthly treat at your door step has never been more exciting!

A Human Box That Gives!

Know someone who loves dogs but doesn’t have one or is a foodie who loves dogs? Give back with a human gift that gives back to dogs.

Gratefull Box

This box has nothing for Fido, but every sale provides a 5-pound bag of dog food to animal welfare nonprofits throughout the country. The goodies for humans include six premium artisan-made food products and access to virtual cooking classes. It all comes packaged in a beautiful wooden box and a personalized note.

$97 per box; gratefullbox.com/box

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