Is Bullymake good for your wallet?


Is Bullymake good for your wallet?

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Being a dog mom is expensive, especially if you have a dog that likes to chew up and destroy toys. Could Bullymake be good for your wallet?

There are a lot of expenses when you have a dog. Pet food, pet insurance, good leashes and harnesses, and so much more. If you have a rescue dog like me, you’ll need a few extra items that you thought you’d gotten out of, such as puppy pads!

Well, there are also toys to add to your list. My two huskies chew through toys like crazy. I can’t leave some toys with them alone because they will just rip the toys to shreds within 30 minutes. It makes buying toys for them expensive. At least, that was until I saw Bullymake.

By the way, I know it’s been a while since I’ve done a review of the boxes. I took photos and then never got the posts published. I’ll return to the boxes starting in April.

What is Bullymake?

Bullymake* is a U.S. brand that creates toys and treats. I live in Canada, so I can only get the toys. I’m not sure what the treats are like. They can’t be shipped to Canada and Australia. However, I can at least get the toys.

You get four toys in a box, and you can choose the types of toys you want. I get one of each toy, but I’ll sometimes switch them up so I get two ballistic toys in a box. My female husky loves the ballistic toys because of the texture of them, but she is also really starting to take to the plastic toys for chewing.

The toys are designed to last. They’re made for super chewers, which means all those big dogs that just love to destroy anything they get their hands on. There’s even a guarantee, and I’ve tested this guarantee after one toy was destroyed in the space of an hour.

Is Bullymake worth the money?

I used to get the Bullymake boxes every month. Now I get them every quarter, so four times a year. Getting them monthly was great at first to stock up on toys, but I now have too many.

That should tell you a lot about whether the toys are worth the money. I still have toys from 2020 and 2021 that are good. It’s mostly the plastic and the rubber toys that has lasted that long, but it still means there is something for the dogs to play with and chew on.

The guarantee works. I had to take a photo of the toy and show the damage. I didn’t mind doing that since I knew the toy had been genuinely damaged by my dog within an hour of getting it. In just five minutes, I got a replacement toy. It wasn’t the exact same toy, either. After all, what’s the point in resending a toy that has been immediately destroyed?

I’ve also had great experience with customer service to reduce my box order. I got onto the chat to share just that I needed to reduce the frequency because of having too many toys, and it was very easy to do. Within 10 minutes, the frequency was reduced without any argument.

I no longer buy toys from a pet store at all except one each at Christmas. That toy is only there because I get a Santa hat where some of the proceeds go to the local Humane Society. Otherwise I wouldn’t bother with anything more. Bullymake has been more than worth the money, and it’s definitely helped my wallet!

MORE: January 2022 Bullymake review

What do you get for your dogs? Have you tried out a dog subscription box? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Sign up to Bullymake* directly at the website and take advantage of the great toys.

Alexandria Ingham is a professional writer. She predominately ghost-writes in various niches, including fitness, finance and technology Everything is fully researched and well-written. Under her own name, she writes in the technology, business, history and weight loss niches

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