List of Subscription Boxes for Pets

1Monthly subscription boxes for pets are becoming very popular for pet owners looking for a fun way to spoil their pets!

After receiving BarkBoxes every month for 8 months, we decided to cancel our subscription.  Don’t worry – Kitsune has enough toys to last him probably until the end of time, and I make him homemade treats, so he won’t suffer (much) without his monthly gifts.

Although we’ve canceled for now, I do believe that monthly subscription boxes for Kitsune is something I’d consider signing up for again in the future.  BarkBox was the first subscription service for pets that I had ever heard about, but apparently it wasn’t such a novel idea.  There are actually quite a few other companies that offer similar services.  For any of my readers who are also interested in monthly subscription boxes for pets, check out the following list to see what’s available.  If anyone knows of any others, or would like to share their experiences with any of the companies listed, please feel free to comment below!

Pet Gift Box: We had the opportunity to review Pet Gift Box in December 0f 2014.  Click here to read our Pet Gift Box review. We reviewed a dog box, but Pet Gift Box also caters to cats!  It’s only $17.99 per month, which is an amazing deal considering the box we reviewed had a retail value of almost $60!

KitNipBox:  We hosted a KitNipBox giveaway back in October 2014, you can go back and read about it here.  KitNipBox is a subscription box created especially for cats!  Prices range from $9 to $29 per month.   These boxes include awesome cat products such as toys, healthy treats, and health and hygiene products.

Posh Pet Box: Posh Pet Box is one of the newer pet box subscription services.  They provided boxes for dogs, and have size options that range from $29 – $49 per month.  You can choose to receive surprise items, or select your own items on the Posh Pet website.  Items available include a verity of designer dog clothes, travel items, grooming supplies, all natural treats, high quality toys, and more!  We had the opportunity to review Posh Pet Box in September 2014, click here to read our review and to learn more about our Posh Pet promo code!

BarkBox: BarkBox was the first pet subscription box we ever heard about!  We actually had a subscription with them for about 8 months, and wrote many BarkBox reviews.  Pricing is as low as $19 a month (if you purchase a 6 month subscription), and BarkBox donates 10% of proceeds to rescue.

MeowBox: Especially for cats, MeowBoxes currently cost $20 per month.  Like many other subscription boxes, you can save some money by ordering either a 3 or 6 month subscription.  Each MeowBox includes items such as cat toys, gadgets, treats, accessories, and more. Spoiled Rotten Box: is an online pet food/supply store, but they also offer a monthly “Spoiled Rotten” box.  They charge $24.99 a month, but send around $40 a month worth of products (including treats, toys, and accessories).  All edible products are made in the USA.  PetFlow offers monthly boxes for both cats and dogs.

PetBox: Each PetBox contains up to 6 items that you select.  PetBox offers items for both cats and dogs, and costs as low as $29 a month.  PetBoxes ship out the day after you select your items rather than on a specific day of the month.  For each box sold, PetBox helps to feed a hungry shelter pet.

Healthy Pet Advisor:  Healthy Pet Advisor boxes cost $19.95 or $39.95, depending on what size pet you have.  Healthy Pet Advisor lets you tailor your box to your pets specific needs, and offers custom boxes for issues such as tummy troubles, grooming issues, and parasite problems.


The following companies used to offer pet subscription boxes, but don’t appear to be in business any longer:

PoochPax:  Each PoochPax contains from 4 to 6 high quality treats and toys for your furry family member.  1 month costs $29, but if you order a 6 month subscription the price breaks down to just $19 a month.  A portion of ever sale is donated to Guide Dogs for the Blind!  **Check out our November 2013 PoochPax review to see what we thought!**  UPDATE 8/20/2014, the PoochPax website doesn’t seem to be up any longer.

Best Friend Box:  Good news for cat owners, Best Friend Box provides boxes for cats and dogs!  It costs $30 a month, and each box includes 3 – 6 items (treats, toys, and grooming supplies).  10% of proceeds are donated to charity. **We had the opportunity to review a BestFriendBox in Sept. 2013.  Click here to see what we thought! **  UPDATE 8/20/2014, from their website it appears that Best Friend Box is no longer in business.

Bugsy Box: Bugsy Boxes are just for dogs.  They start as low as $19 a month, and go up to $29 a month, depending on what plan you choose.  Each box contains 5 to 7 items, such as treats, toys, supplements, care items, and accessories.  Bugsy Box offers free shipping to both the US and Canada!

Woof Crate:  Woof Crate is a subscription service that, for $24.99 a month, sends you a box full of dog treats from artisanal bakeries.  All treats are, of course, made from 100% dog safe ingredients.  We had the opportunity to review Woof Crate in August of 2014 and you can check out what we thought here.

Pets Love Toys:  This one seems to be for dogs.  It costs $19.95 per month if you have a small or medium sized dog, and $24.95 a month for large or extra large dogs.  This one is a bit different than the others because rather than sending surprise items each month, it gives you a showroom of items that you can pick from.  This service might be good for pets with food allergies, since you can pick what products you want sent.

** This list was last updated on 11/28/2014 **

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  • DCDymondStar also, for Cats & Dogs! You pick the items!

    -Peace & Blessings

  • DCDymondStar


    • Michelle

      Thanks! I added them to the list :)

      • Amanda

        PetBox has new pricing plans! They start at $7.95 a month!

  • Theresa

    Doesn’t appear Pawalla is in business anymore. I hope to find one that offers a dog/cat combo box because I don’t want to shell out money for 2 different ones.

    • Michelle

      Yeah, I just removed Pawalla and one other that I guess went out of business.

      PetBox looks like it has stuff for both dogs and cats, as well as Healthy Pet Advisor, Best Friend Box, and Spoiled Rotten Box. I don’t know if they offer combo cat/dog boxes or if they sell each type separately though.

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  • Jean Parrott

    I just received my second Bark Box order and my dogs, 3 Italian Geyhounds and 1 Border Collie, just love getting it. I am really pleased with the toys that they send as the quality is excellent. The toys that they have received so far have lasted and show no sign of wear despite the vigorous play that they have received. Usually, toys that I buy in town only last an hour or two so the Bark Box toys are a real plus! They also love the treats too. Thanks Bark Box!

    • Michelle

      We subscribed to BarkBox for awhile as well and had fun with it :) Glad your dogs are enjoying it too!

  • Gabi

    This list is exactly what I was looking for! Thanks!

    • Michelle

      You’re very welcome! :)

  • Monique

    Just got my first box today and honestly, for an 11 year old cat who still has some kitten in her heart, everything was a success! She loves the mice that came in catnip, so her kitten can come out and the treats, as weird as one of them was, were all tried and devoured within seconds. Cannot wait for next month’s surprise!

    • Michelle

      Glad you and your cat are enjoying the goodies! :)

  • Jessica P.

    We’ve been getting BarkBox for over a year now and my dog absolutely loves it!!

    Very high quality stuff. The treats are typically organic and grain free, the toys are all good quality and the customer support is top-notch if you ever need it.

    I’d highly recommend BarkBox!

    • Michelle

      Glad your dog enjoys BarkBox! We enjoyed it while we got it as well. I think eventually I’d like to try out some of the other options, just to see how they compare.

  • brianna

    my dogs didnt like barkbox.

    • Michelle

      Aw I’m sorry they didn’t like it. Do you think you’ll try out any of the other pet subscription boxes?

    • Ria

      Why didn’t they like barkbox?

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  • Chad

    By far the best value is the monthly dog box @ $19.99 (no multi-month subscription required). They already sell pet stuff at 80% off, so you get FAR MORE every month than barkbox etc.

  • Kellie

    FYI I’m afraid Bugsy’s Box went out of business. I prepaid 6 months and have only received two. They are no longer responding to emails, the phone number is not good, and the website won’t let you log on. Such a shame. I liked the boxes I did receive. I’ll be filing a complaint with my cc company in the morning.

    • Michelle

      Yeah I just tried to access their site and wasn’t able to. I’ll update my post. I hope you are able to get things settled with them and hopefully get your money back. That’s horrible if they went out of business and didn’t issue refunds for boxes that people prepaid for.

    • karen

      I am having the same trouble and I prepaid for three months, i only received one box. Still trying to get my money back .

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  • Jake

    I see petgiftbox is not on here. That’s a shame as it is actually my favorite out of all these.

    • Michelle

      They’ll be on here shortly. I’m actually working on a review for them right now. :)

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  • Aurora

    Pet Gift Box is the way to go. You get more for your money. I started ordering Bark Box because I realized I was spending a lot on toys and treats at the pet store. Bark Box was ok. But I didn’t favor the treats in it for my Basset Hound. They sent a beef trachea 2 months in a row. They were just too fragile for a large breed dog. She tore into it immediately and I was afraid she would choke on the huge piece she was trying to swallow. So then the next month when they sent the same thing, I was pretty disappointed. And in the second box she got a rabbit chew. Paper thin piece of “meat”? So I cancelled BarkBox and ordered Pet Gift Box instead. Perfect! They really cater to your dog’s size. No more wimpy treats for my baby. And it’s cheaper!

  • ipoopicker


    the box is what I want and my dog loves. To pick up the poop without touch and eco-friendly paper material. Absolutely “GREEN” dog poop picker – ipoopicker . Monthly box and 14 boxes for yearly subcsription.

  • ipoopicker

    The ipoopicker box is the novel “GREEN” Paper Dog Poop bag without hand touch and fast compostable recycled paper material. Hope to see here soon.

  • Castle Smith

    Thank you for the information, very helpful…


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