Items in the June 2014 BarkBox were:
- R2P Silly Bums (Monkey) - This was by far the most disturbing and hilarious toy we've ever gotten from BarkBox. It's a furry squeaking toy that is just a monkey butt. No head, nor arms. Nope. All you get is a big red monkey butt! The lack of a head kinda disturbs me but now I'm used to it. But I prefer it if the toy is face(less) down. Rosy went bananas (pun intended) for her monkey butt! And every now and then Sunny joins in on the monkey butt fun. I just like saying monkey butt. Monkey butt. MONKEY BUTT. R2P makes other animal versions and some of those are available on Amazon or other pet store websites, but the monkey butt is a but rarer to find.
- Pet Qwerks Red Tree Frog Toy - This toy is very cute but sadly it gets neglected compared to monkey butt. Sunny doesn't like these kind of toys because she prefers those with wide and soft limbs/tails/snouts/heads/miscellaneous parts that she can suck on and the frog is too small and stiff. Rosy might warm up to it eventually, but for now her attention is on monkey butt.
- Healthy Dogma Blissful Banana Crisps - The packaging for these treats is adorable! And I love the dome lid but practically it's a pain when you first open it. When you first open it and it's full the banana crisps tumble out. Once you get the treats to a lower level then opening and closing it is easy. I love these crisps because they're grain- and gluten-free since the only ingredients are bananas and coconut oil! So simple! I love grain free treats, but usually they're all meat based so having a fruit based one is a great alternative. These are also made in the USA. Sunny doesn't normally like fresh bananas but she LOVES these! I'll definitely be buying more of these in the future. Rosy likes these ok, but when I feed them to her nowadays she'll hold them in her mouth and watch me to see if I'm reaching for something tastier before she runs off to eat her crisp in her corner.
- Hare of the Dog Jerky (Rabbit with Aronia Berry) - Another great treat in our BarkBox! These are also made in the USA, and are grain-free and made with no preservatives. We've gotten biscuits from Hare of the Dog in past BarkBoxes and the girls like those ok but they really loved these jerky treats! I saved them for special reward treats after nail clippings and groomings and every time I hold out the bag Rosy starts doing a little hopping dance! They can be a little crumbly and are greasier than the biscuits, but the girls love these much more.
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