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What’s better than getting a gift in the mail? How about getting one every month and watching the furry member of your household wag their tail in excitement? Well, at least they’re wagging once they stop sounding the bark alarm at the doorbell, anyway.

Subscriptions for our dogs sound especially appealing right now during shelter in place when days may be getting monotonous for humans and dogs alike.

If you’re stuck at home and can’t make it to the store for supplies, Chewy can help out with their Autoship feature. Just find the product you want on Chewy and select “Add to Autoship.” Then you can choose how often you want the product delivered, and it will show up at your door!

Here are six items to Autoship with Chewy so you can create a subscription-type service for your dog when you can’t go out to shop!

1. A Gift Box

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A lot of us humans subscribe to gift boxes for ourselves, which include everything from make-up bags, to meat selections, to coffees of the month, to wine bottle assortments–you name it. Luckily, you can also find some pretty nifty gift boxes for your dog too!

They usually offer an assortment of bestselling, high-quality treats and toys, each hand-selected by fellow pet parents, so you can rest assured knowing they’re tried and true.

The Birthday Box is Chewy’s most popular gift box. Perfect for your dog’s birthday or Gotcha Day, this box is packed with fun toys and delicious treats with a birthday theme. It’s also fantastic to send to another beloved dog in your life if you’re a doggy aunt, uncle, secret admirer, etc.

This gift box takes all the guesswork of what to select out of the equation, and it comes in a fun box that’s sure to delight at first sight.

Fun birthday items include a guilt-free birthday cake with no calories–singing optional because it has its own built-in audio, and a plush squeak toy that keeps the birthday celebration going. You also get a birthday rubber bone toy and birthday bandanna, along with three non-birthday-specific yummy treats.

You can get it on Chewy here!

2. Peanut Butter Chews

smartsticks chews (Picture Credit: SmartBones via Chewy.com)

Dogs love to chew, and it’s good for them! While not a substitution for cleaning your dog’s teeth regularly, chew treats can help your pup maintain healthy teeth and gums. Add in some peanut butter flavor, and your pup will stay busy chomping away.

The fantastic chew treats above from SmartBones have everything a dog would want and a dog parent would feel good about. With many vets and dog parents alike concerned about health problems arising from popular rawhide treats–like digestion tract blockages–these are a great alternative.

Made with real chicken, veggies, peanut butter, and other healthy ingredients, these chew toys are over 99 percent digestible, which is great news, considering even the most premium dog food is typically only 85 percent digestible.

You won’t have to worry about sharp or jagged edges while your dog chomps away, but they also won’t last forever, so it’s great that there’s a convenient–and discounted!–Autoship option.

You can get them on Chewy here!

3. Crunchy Dog Biscuits

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Continuing on that peanut butter theme are these bestselling crispy peanut butter treats loaded with healthy, premium ingredients and no fillers. With a base of peas, chickpeas, and roasted peanuts instead of grains, the’re also free of preservatives, artificial colors, and artificial flavors.

These crunchy treats are bite-sized, so you can easily take them with you on walks or offer them at home. Chewy also currently offers a discounted Autoship option, so your dog can start getting excited by the doorbell sound!

You can get them on Chewy here!

4. Doggy Dental Treats

Greenies Regular Dental Dog Treats (Picture Credit: Greenies via Chewy.com)

Greenies Dental Dog Treats are popular for a reason! You can feel good about giving dental treats to your dog because your pup will get their chewing urges out while promoting their dental health.

These treats fight plaque and tartar while your dog ingests healthy vitamins and minerals. Be sure to choose the right size for your dog–Chewy offers all sizes. This item is also currently available for discounted auto-shipping.

You can get them on Chewy here!

5. Chicken And Veggie Chews

dog chew treats (Picture Credit: Rachael Ray Nutrish via Chewy.com)

Rachael Ray branched out from cooking for humans to concocting “delish” recipes for our canine friends. These neat treats are a hybrid in several ways, including offering the taste of chicken noodle soup in a dog-friendly way–and in a safer way than traditional soup bones.

These “bones” are made with real chicken and vegetables, with no artificial ingredients or fillers, so they won’t splinter or break in the dangerous way that real bones might.

The cores of these “bones” are a soft meat treat once your pup chews through the hard exterior. The convenient Autoship discount is currently available for this product, too.

You can get them on Chewy here!

6. Bacon-Flavored Treats

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With more time on your hands and your dog’s paws these days, what better chance to work on a few show-stopper tricks to dazzle friends and family on video chat?

These soft, moist, bacon-flavored treats may perfectly entice for your dog to work on their skills or manners. They’re bite-sized and have all the flavor of bacon but few of the calories–only three calories per treat. So you don’t have to feel guilty when you repeatedly give rewards while reinforcing training.

Their crumble-free texture is also great for carrying them in your pocket. Much cheaper here than at list price, you can currently enjoy an additional savings with the Autoship option.

You can get them on Chewy here!

Stay well, and have fun at home, to our two-legged and four-legged friends alike!

Do you get any subscriptions or Autoshipped items for your dog when you can’t go out shopping? Who gets more excited for deliveries–you or your dog? Please share with us in the comments below!

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