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Bullymake Box Review: Is The Bullymake Box a Good Value?

Our Final Verdict

We give Bullymake Box a rating of 5 out of 5 stars.

 

Editor's Rating: 5/5
Quality: 5/5
Variety: 5/5
Ingredients: 5/5
Value: 5/5

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What is Bullymake? How Does It Work?

Bullymake Webpage

Bullymake is a subscription box for dogs that is specifically designed for tough chewers. Each box includes 2-3 toys, as well as 3 treats. You can also choose a toy-only plan, which includes 4-5 toys and no treats.

Unlike most subscription boxes for dogs, Bullymake focuses on sending the toughest toys for serious chewers instead of just sending a bunch of less resistant toys like some other boxes. For this reason, this box is most suitable for canines that tend to break other toys. Bigger breeds will get the most out of these boxes, though smaller dogs that are touch chewers may benefit as well.

What backs up Bullymake’s toys is the 14-day guarantee. If your dog breaks any toy within 14 days, they will send you a replacement toy. You can also exchange toys or treats if your dog doesn’t like them for whatever reason.

Bullymake Box – A Quick Look

Pros
  • Toys built for tough canines
  • Satisfaction Guarantee
  • Customization options
  • Allergy accommodations
  • Next-day, free shipping
Cons
  • No chews included
  • More expensive than other dog subscription boxes

Bullymake Pricing

Overall, Bullymake is more expensive than your average, run-of-the-mill dog subscription box. If you subscribe monthly, the cost is $39 a month. You get a discount if you purchase more months at a time, but you have to pay it all upfront. Three months is $36, 6 months is $34, and a full year is $31. In other words, if you subscribe annually, you can save 20%.

However, when you compare Bullymake to other boxes designed for strong chewers, you’ll discover that it is relatively cheap. One of the reasons it is so expensive is due to its high-quality, destruction-proof toys. It is cheaper than boxes that offer similar-quality toys, but it is more expensive than your average dog box that comes with lower-quality stuffed toys.

For this reason, the price is probably great if you have a tough chewer that needs the tougher toys. The toys from the cheaper boxes just aren’t going to cut it. However, if your dog isn’t a particularly tough chewer, then you might be interested in choosing a cheaper box with lower-quality toys.

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What to Expect from Bullymake

Bullymake usually arrives at your home monthly. Recurrent boxes are shipped out on the 30th of each month, while new boxes are shipped as soon as their order is received. You can also decide to receive boxes every quarter, every 2 months, or in any other time frame you want. You will need to talk with customer service regarding your box’s frequency if you want to change it.

The toys and treats arrive in a very simply-made box. Because nothing in the box is incredibly breakable, not much packaging is necessary.

Bullymake Box Content

Bullymake comes with 2-3 toys and 3 treats. You can also choose a toy-only option, which comes with 4-5 toys. You can also select an extra toy for an additional $9 before you checkout. This is most suitable for those with multiple dogs who need more toys to keep their pets entertained.

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You can customize the material of the toys if you have a preference. They have toys made out of various materials, so there are many options for you to choose from. You can also let them know about any allergies your pet has so that they can customize the treats accordingly. You can switch allergy settings at any time in your account.

Your dog’s weight is used to customize what goes into each box. They have different sized toys for different dogs. They have toys that are suitable for puppies, as well as some suitable for Great Danes. Everything is designed in-house, so you can’t get it anywhere else.

Bullymake Box Quality

The toys and treats provided in the Bullymake box are incredibly high-quality. Many people reported that while their dogs quickly broke other toys, the ones in this subscription box are extremely tough and made to be chewed on. This is an excellent option if your dog tends to destroy the other toys you’ve purchased.

The treats are high-protein and made with great ingredients. Most of them are things like freeze-dried meats and similar meat-filled options.

Bullymake Box Customization

This box is extremely customizable. You can choose from either the toys + treats option or one that includes toys. If you choose to receive just the toys, you will get more toys than you would otherwise. This keeps the value of the box high. Those in Canada and Australia will always receive the toys-only option since the treats cannot be shipped to those locations yet. (However, they are working with both borders to change this.)

You can choose the material you prefer for the provided toys. Some dogs tend to like certain toy materials more than others. Some like nylon, while others may prefer rope. You can make your dog’s preference known and receive more toys of that type in each box.

Allergy information is also taken into account. If you put that your dog is allergic to chicken, they will not send you any treats that contain chicken. You can update this allergy information at any time.

They also automatically customize the toy size based on your dog’s size. Bigger dogs will receive bigger toys, while smaller dogs will receive smaller toys.

Bullymake Variety

The variety of toys and treats Bullymake offers is quite good. They provide toys that are made out of rubber, nylon, ballistic, and rope. The treats come in a variety of flavors and textures. You’ll never get the same ones twice.

One thing we did notice is that Bullymake doesn’t include any chews. For a box aimed at heavy chewers, this is a bit disappointing. Other boxes aimed at heavy chewers often do include chews, so we were expecting it from Bullymake.

Is Bullymake a Good Value?

Based on Bullymake’s website, you can purchase their toys for about $18 and their treats for about $9 each. Therefore, in a box that comes with two toys and three bags of treats, you’re looking at a value of about $63 a box. That’s just under twice as much as you pay for a box, which makes this an excellent value.

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FAQ

What is the BULLYMAKE Guarantee?

The Bullymake Guarantee ensures that toys will be replaced if your dog destroys them. If your dog damages any toy, you can take a picture of it, and they will ship you a new toy for free. The guarantee covers all toys for 14 days. You can also ask for replacement items if you’re disappointed in any of the items you receive.

Where are Bullymake’s products made?

All of their toys and treats are made in the United States except for their rope toys, which are made in China.

Is Bullymake suitable for puppies?

Yes, you can use Bullymake for puppies, as they customize all of the toys you receive based on your pet’s size. You can update your puppy’s size each month to ensure that they continue to receive the appropriate toys.

What the Users Say

Many people were pleased and relatively surprised by the toughness of the toys provided. Many people reported that their pets didn’t break any of the toys sent in the box, though they had a history of breaking toys in the past.

Others mentioned that their dogs did break a toy but appreciated the 14-day guarantee that allowed them to receive a new (and often tougher) toy.

It wasn’t uncommon for people to mention that their dogs got excited when they saw the box coming through the door. This excitement alone was enough for many users to continue their subscriptions.

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Conclusion

Bullymake is an excellent box for canines that tend to break toys. It is specifically designed for tough chewers. However, if your canine is perfectly fine with stuffed toys, you can likely save a bit of money by choosing a different subscription box. This box is great for heavy chewers, though.

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