Monday, March 28, 2016

Bully Bundles Monthly Subscription for Dogs Plus Get 10% off!

Bully Bundles is basically the best thing ever for dogs. At least around here at my house. I have two rat terriers just under 20lbs and while they both love to cuddle they also are very active. When they were puppies, I did a lot of research on how to keep them occupied and happy instead of barking or chewing on the furniture.
One of the first things I discovered was bully sticks. I'll be totally honest and say that I had no idea what they actually were until quite awhile after I'd been using them. In any case, bully sticks were the best solution to all my problems (except potty training). They lasted for days when the boys were puppies. Now they last hours but they still serve a great purpose.

The Cost: $34/month for 15 6"sticks. Plans start at $16/month. Shipping is free within the US. Ships worldwide for $6-$13.

What You Get: For 6” sticks, choose between 6, 10, 15, 30, or 60. For 12” sticks, choose between 5, 10, 15, or 30. All natural beef pizzle from hormone and antibiotic free, free-range Brazilian cattle.

First, they keep the boys occupied. They focus so hard on their bully sticks, they don't even bark when the mailman drops off the packages. My dogs are heavy chewers and they really have to work to consume these.

Second, they're great for teeth. Dexter likes to chew on bones so his teeth tend to be okay but Bugsy would rather play with stuffed toys so sometimes I give him a bully stick just because I think his teeth need a workout.

Third, and probably the most important of all to me, is that these are 100% digestible. They are made completely of single source protein and the risk of choking is minimal compared to that of rawhide. I have given the boys hundreds of bully sticks over the course of their life and I have never had one incident of choking. Not once. I have no qualms about giving this type of treat to the boys ever.

The worst thing about bully sticks? The price. These can be about $6 each for a 6" bully stick. If you've every purchased these, you know what I'm talking about. You can buy some online but they're never going to be cheap. Before I discovered Bully Bundles, I was paying a little over $3 per stick and I had to buy in bulk to get them that cheap. We're talking 50 at a time.
Now, there's Bully Bundles! For $34, you can get 15 good sized 6" bully sticks and that includes free shipping! This is a fantastic deal!

Guess what else? As if free shipping wasn't awesome enough, you can easily skip a month whenever you want, right from your account. So if you find your bully sticks are piling up, skip! Or you can downsize if you need to, as well. Honestly, Bully Bundles makes this whole process so easy, it's kind of amazing.
Bully Bundles bully sticks are from free-range, grass-fed Brazilian cattle. No growth hormones or antibiotics are used on the cattle. The bully sticks are produced in a USDA approved facility and there are no preservatives or chemicals used in their production. This means you can buy with confidence. For me, I like the beef to come from the US, Brazil or Australia. If Canada has cattle, I'd be okay with them, too.

There are two sizes to choose from- 6" and 12." I personally prefer the 6" for my rat terriers. Mainly because I don't have to have to take away a slimy when I think they've had enough. A 6" bully stick is enough for a treat and I just feed 1/4 cup less dinner on a day when I give them one.
The width of the sticks are 5/8" - 7/8" thick (measured on the thickest side). I'm very pleased with the thickness of the sticks, especially considering the price. I can't help but compare them to my previous brand which were much thinner (and more expensive).

I know exactly how bad a bully stick can smell. Pretty bad. These bully sticks are very low odor. I did smell the distinct bully stick smell when I opened up the bag but that doesn't surprise me. The first sticks I gave the boys did have an odor but nothing compared to some I've experience. These sticks are cooked slowly and longer in order to produce a drier, less odiferous bully stick. I never expect a bully stick to be completely odor free but the levels on these sticks was fine. With the second set of sticks about three days later, I didn't even notice the smell at all. It does tend to depend on the stick itself but even "odor-free" bully sticks aren't really odor free.
I'm kinda judgy when it comes to bully sticks. I don't like them to be twisted or have massive air bubbles. I like them to be uniformly straight and thick (omg, seriously, my mind just went right in the gutter, forgive me but it's true about bully sticks!) with a sturdy outer layer. Only one bully stick out of the fifteen I received got a glare. They're still perfectly edible and chewable, I just like to get the most out of  my sticks (most especially when I was paying $6 a pop!). One wonky stick out of fifteen when they're basically $2 a piece? That's some good odds and a great price. I'm happy.

In other words, if you regularly buy bully sticks and you're not getting a better deal than Bully Bundles gives for good quality bully sticks, you need to consider this subscription. It's the best, most affordable way to get bully sticks with known origins that I've ever encountered.

If you would like to sign up for your own Bully Bundle, you can do that here. Use code BITBOX10 for 10% off your first shipment. Your dogs will love you forever and you can have peace of mind knowing you're giving them something good!

Out of curiousity, what do you find is the average price in your area for bully sticks? I live in Seattle and if I find a stick for under $4 it's a miracle. The store by my house has them for $5.99 for a six inch "thick" bully stick.

*This box was sent complimentary for review purposes. All opinions are mine. This is the best deal I've ever seen for bully sticks of this quality. I'm hooked!

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