I believe most canine related subscription services supply the following needs: Food, Toys, and Potty. I have not tried any of these subscription services so, the information that I have here is directly off of their respective websites. Lexi has not participated any of these subscription boxes since most of them involve treats and she’s on a strict vet. diet for food allergies.
Food & Toys
What they offer: You will receive 4 “or more” items that range from dog toys, treats, hygiene products or other. You can check out their Facebook Page to view user submitted picture of past boxes. You choose your subscription based on the size of your dog and then you choose the frequency of payment starting at $29 a month (1 month , 3 months and 6 months).
What they offer: This service is under the “Pet Flow” umbrella so, I’m assuming that all products are going to be items from that website. The service is $29 a month and offers discounted payment if you choose a higher frequency (3 months, 6 months and 1 year). I didn’t see it mentioned on the website how many items would be shipped with their boxes. You can also choose toys for a Dog or Cat.
Best Friend Box
What they offer: The Best Friend Box will send you treats, toys and goodies for $30 per month. They will let you choose between a Dog or Cat subscription. Based on the toys and grooming supplies that are featured on the website, I would consider ordering one of these boxes for the fun of it. I’m a fan of Pet Head grooming products.
What they offer: This is a monthly service that sends you stylish poop bags and a fun related accessory. You have options to customize your order for a Small/Medium/Large Dog and you can choose the frequency of payments (monthly, 3 months and 6 months). Personally, this is one service that I’ve considered joining. I purchased their LED Flashlight/Poop bag holder a while back and it arrived with two rolls of bags. I thought the bags were cute and sturdy but, didn’t measure up to my favorite bags, Earth Rated Poop Bags.
What they offer: The first of two plans send you a grass patch for your dog 2 x a month for $50 per month. The second plan gives you a larger patch of grass with plastic frame 2 x a month for $60 per month.
I can certainly see how this could be of interest to someone that lives in apartments or a high rise. An alternative to the Doggie Lawn service is the Potty Park. It’s a synthetic grass in a plastic frame with small holes so the dog’s potty can collect in a tray underneath. Certainly cost effective but, you’ll be doing potty clean up duty.
Good Day Dog
What they offer: This service will ship you 1 new collar everyone month for $15. The only options that you are given are the size of the collar. The collars featured on the site are cute and stylish.