Bullymake review: December 2020 unboxing

Bullymake review

Bullymake review: December 2020 unboxing

My Bullymake review for the December 2020 is on the late side. I do apologize for that.

With winter break at the schools and then the Christmas holidays, I hope you can understand that there was a lot going on. However, I’m still bringing the review for the latest box that I’ve received. I hope this helps you decide whether a January box is worth buying.

Honestly, if you have a power chewer of any type, I do recommend the Bullymake boxes. I don’t know where I’d be without them, except possibly with more of my walls and couch chewed!

Two rope toys this month

Because I get the toys-only box, I do end up doubling up on a type of toy now and again. However, Bullymake is ready for that. There are at least two types of toys available.

I’ve had two plastic toys a lot in recent months, but we switched one out to a ballistic toy recently. This time, we got rid of the rubber toys from the box. We have enough of them, and they’re not a favorite of either of our dogs. In fact, the pie toy from the November 2020 box is still sitting on the side waiting to be claimed by one of them!

So, we switched to two rope toys this month. And I’m glad we did.

Both rope toys are easy for us to old while playing tug with our male husky. He cheats a lot when it comes to playing with rope toys and tries to grab were our hands are holding.

At the same time, our female husky loves to chew on rope toys. She doesn’t like playing with them in the traditional way. So, we need something that is easy for her to grab and chew on. The green and red ring rope toy is just right.

The other two toys in the December 2020 Bullymake box

The toys are always connected to the season or a theme in some way. With December being about Christmas, it’s not surprising that the box was full of Christmas colors and items.

The plastic toy was a gingerbread. This quickly became my male husky’s preferred toy. Usually, my female will take the plastic toys to chew on, but she had something else she preferred. I’ll get to that in this Bullymake review.

The gingerbread plastic toy is a good size. It’s a little larger than some of the more recent toys, making it easier for bigger paws to grab. Maybe that’s why my male has taken to it so much.

So, what is the toy my female has taken to? It’s the ballistic toy.

These have become her favorite toys, and I think it’s to do with the crinkly sound while chewing. She doesn’t like to play with them and will grab at the toy if anyone goes near it, but we do have to be very careful with her when she has it. We regularly take it away from her bed or the toy box to make sure she only has it when we’re around. These toys are very easy to break.

The toy is a Christmas bauble. Perfect for the season.

Bullymake review: Overall opinion

It’s another strong box. Keeping the rubber toy out of the box is the way we’ll got for a bit longer until we see a change in the dogs.

This is something I adore about Bullymake. Each month I can switch the boxes up to make sure we don’t get too many of specific toys.

MORE: Bullymake October 2020 review

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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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