Presented by BarkBox
BarkBox is not only the leading subscription service for all things doggo, it’s a place to shop to help a very good boy or girl in need this holiday season.
In honor of Giving Tuesday, BarkBox is donating $10 to the Sato Project for every new subscription started.
The Sato Project is dedicated to raising awareness and rescuing homeless dogs displaced by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. Since Hurricane Maria, The Sato Project has rescued and started to rehabilitate over 300 dogs. But the organization has been helping pups long before this year, saving over 2,000 dogs’ lives since it started in 2011.
Depending on your length of commitment, as low as $20 per month per month. The first month of your new subscription is only $5 with the purchase of a 6 or 12 month plan! And as your dog enjoys their box of goodies, know you’re also helping thousands of other pups. That’s a real dog-gone win for everyone.
The $10 donation and $5 deal only applies to any new BarkBox subscription plan purchased on November 28.
For those unfamiliar with BarkBox, here’s the scoop: Each month, you receive a themed package that includes two mind-blowing toys, two full bags of all-natural treats, and a scrumptious chew.
Each box is personalized for your pup’s size, whether they’re less than 20 lbs. or larger than 50 lbs. The treats and toys they receive will reflect that. Every new theme and item is handpicked and curated by dog lovers, so your dog will approve. Plus, if your pup isn’t completely satisfied with an item, BarkBox will replace it–free of charge.
Those looking to give the gift that keeps on giving can send your furry best friend a BarkBox and the proceeds will still go toward The Sato Project. It’s an extremely thoughtful way to make someone feel good about the impact their gift is making beyond just their own front door.
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