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Celebrate National Dog Day with 25% off your first BarkBox

SAVE 25%: Celebrate National Dog Day on Aug. 26 and grab your first BarkBox for only $26.40 — an $8.60 savings.


Whether you adopted a pandemic pup or your furry friend has been around for a long time, it’s obvious that dogs make our lives better. Even though they live in our homes rent-free and make a mess, we wouldn’t have it any other way.

Aug. 26 is National Dog Day, so give your dog some love and treat them to a BarkBox subscription. For one day only, you can snag 25% off the first box.

Each BarkBox comes packed with two dog toys, two bags of treats, and a chew, all designed around a theme. Previous themes have included “Squeakaway Camp,” which featured adorable toys shaped like s’mores and sleeping bags, and “Dinner Dates,” which included food-themed toys and tasty snacks.

Each toy is designed for chewing, thrashing, tearing, or tugging, so your pooch will always be engaged and entertained. Some examples of toys you might receive: interactive puzzles, chew toys, spiky balls, squeakers, or rope tugs.

If your pup tends to destroy toys and you want to avoid plushies like the plague, no worries. You can reach out to the customer support team after placing your order to create a box of super tough toys that can withstand even the most aggressive chewers. You can also request treats free of beef, chicken, or turkey if your dog requires allergy-friendly snacks. BarkBox treats are always free of wheat, corn, and soy, too, so you’ll only be feeding Fido the best ingredients.

Ordering a BarkBox subscription through Amazon is easy. Just select the size of your dog from small, medium, or large (all boxes are the same price), and your first box will be shipped right away with free shipping. Note that after your first box your subscription will auto-renew at $35 per box, but you’re free to cancel at any time with no penalties.

Credit: BarkBox

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