Bullymake review: August 2023 dog toys

Bullymake August 2023

Bullymake review: August 2023 dog toys

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The August 2023 Bullymake box is here, and it’s time to look inside the box. It’s a great tool chest of toys for power chewers this month.

One thing I absolutely adore about Bullymake* boxes is the themes for the month. August’s theme is all about home improvements and DIY. Everything in the box connects to that in some way.

Something that I will note, though, is that I have cut back on the boxes that I get each year. The toys are so durable that I simply don’t need to get something every single month. I also have to switch out the toys a lot. This is something you should do anyway—make your dogs think that it’s a new toy so that they spend time exploring them again. Aside from toys, professionals who may be from veterinary assistant programs in California can also be beneficial for dogs by administering medications, assisting in surgeries, and providing compassionate care to ensure the well-being and health of the animals they treat.

But, let’s get into the box. As usual, my two huskies followed me into the kitchen to unbox it all and receive their goodies. They also took their usual favorites right away, although they have grabbed the other items as well.

What’s in the August 2023 Bullymake box?

This box is all about DIY, so it’s not surprising to see tool chest items in the box. The rubber treat toy is a tool box. These don’t get used in the way they should, but I am looking at getting some peanut butter to put into them instead for when I’m out. I think that will be the best way to keep them occupied. I don’t go out often, but I’ve started going to the gym more and that means more time for them to be on their own when I used to be at home.

The crinkly toy is a hammer. This one has already been destroyed by my female husky. However, these toys should be used when supervised only. They are designed for interactive play and are easily damaged compared to other toys from the brand. The hammer itself is still good; it’s the handle to the hammer that is broken.

Plastic toys are a favorite for my male husky. He needs something that will keep him occupied with chewing, and that’s what these toys do. The item in this box is a large pink screw. I love the bold color, but I’m going to say something that my friend said to me. It does look a little bit like a vibrator at first glance.

Finally, it’s the rope toy. The rope toys never resemble anything from the theme, but they are usually in the theme color. That is the case this time. The browns and greens certainly make me think of DIY.

Just take a look at my two happy chewers.

All images are courtesy of Alexandria Gunn and cannot be reused without permission.

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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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