top of page
Dogs in a Lords & Labrador dog bed
  • Writer's pictureSmart Bark

Best Dog Subscription Boxes UK

Updated: Mar 10

Smart Bark is supported by its audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

Subscription boxes are extremely popular in the UK with everything from personalised beauty products to chocolate variety boxes and razor subscriptions to tea-of-the-month clubs.

They certainly liven up your letterbox and make a change from the usual bills and flyers landing on the doormat.

We wouldn’t want our four-legged friends to miss out on all the fun and luckily there's a whole range of fabulous dog subscription boxes on the market aimed at us dog lovers and of course our discerning pups.

Dog and Puppy monthly subscription boxes


What's in a Dog Subscription Box ?

Our Picks of the Best Dog Subscription Boxes

1. Ultimutt Dog Box

5. Wuf Wuf

Our Verdict

What's in a Dog Subscription Box ?

Most dog subscription boxes consist of a selection of toys and treats delivered to your door in a monthly dog box - What's not to love?

Best dog subscription boxes

Research shows that dogs will overwhelmingly choose to play with a new toy over more familiar objects.

A subscription box is a simple and great value way of adding a new toy to your collection and will help keep your pooch engaged and interested.

I know what you're thinking, but it doesn’t need to be like that dreaded gym membership. Most subscriptions have no commitments and it’s easy to 'paws', change or cancel your subscription at any point.

dog with subscription box plush toys

They are a great way to discover new brands and innovative products which may not be available in Pets at Home or your local supermarket. You can try out new products in the comfort of your home.

With so many of us working from home part of the week, these treat boxes are wonderful surprises that keep coming. They can make thoughtful treats for a friend needing a boost, a new puppy parent or a family member.

Our top picks are best-sellers with lots of amazing reviews online. Your go-to guide for the best subscription boxes you can buy today. Hand picked by us and sure to wow!

If you are searching for subscription dog food, please take a look at our popular article - Best Delivered Dog Foods in which we review Pure, Butternut Box, Tails and Different Dog

dog paw graphic

Our Picks of the Best Dog Subscription Boxes

1. Ultimutt Dog Box

Best Dog Subscription Box Contents

Heading up our review is Ultimutt Dog Box. This subscription service for dogs, delivers a quality box of treats, toys and adorable accessories straight to your door every month.

They also offer a one-off gift box which would make a fabulous idea as a surprise gift for a friend with a new puppy or a one-off amazing treat (without subscription) for your pup - simply because you love them.

Ultimate dog subscription box including treats

We put an Ultimutt Dog Box through its paces and discovered that the team put considerable thought into carefully curating an assortment of dog treats and toys.

We were genuinely impressed by the variety and the quality of the brands included. From an Edgard Cooper treat bar, Lily's Kitchen treats to Petface and Kong Toys, the whole box oozed quality.

Some boxes contain Adios Plastic compostable poo bags. These super eco-friendly poo bags feature highly in our Best Dog Poo Bag Review

Ultimutt Monthly Dog Subscription Box

Ultimutt Dog Box also include some unique and quirky items that you won’t find in your high-street pet stores and in doing so support small businesses which is always a big plus.

The boxes cost £232.99 a month or £27.99 or a box every other month, and you can cancel or change at any time.

But it doesn't stop there ! Ultimutt have extended their range to include a box for every occasion-

🎁 Birthday Box 7 treats and toys - £32.99

🎁 Puppy Box for excited puppy parents - £21.99

🎁 Surprise Doggie Gift Box - £29.99

🎁 Tough Chewy Gift Box for that power chewer in your life - £32.99

So lots of different options depending on whether you're buying for your dog, a puppy, a chewer or as a gift for a friend and their four-legged friend.

Overall, we felt the Monthly Box was amazingly good value, outstanding quality and full of fun and excitement - just the tonic to brighten each month.

If you would like more information about Ultimutt Dog Box, take a look at our deep-dive review - Ultimutt Dog Box Review

Reasons to Buy

+ High quality brands

+ One-off boxes

+ Puppy boxes

+ Great value

Reasons to Avoid

- Limited customisation options

dog paw graphic

2. Fetch Club

Best Natural Treat Box

There's also a new type of subscription boxes for dogs which is proving to be extremely popular with dog lovers everywhere - Dog Treat Subscriptions. A range of natural, healthy dog treats delivered regularly.

Not only are natural treats healthier for your dog, but they taste better too. Let's face it, we don't always know what ingredients are hiding in some of the treats on our local supermarket shelves.

The first thing to say is that although they are super healthy, natural dog treats don't always look the most appetising to us humans - rabbit's ear anyone ?

Fetch Club natural dog treats for dogs

If you fancy dipping your toe in the water with natural dog treats but are unsure what to choose, a perfect place to start is a mixed box from UK company -Fetch Club.

Their range of Treat Boxes for dogs are handpicked packed full of natural, quality treats and definitely no nasties.

Ultimately, you have the benefit of trying lots of different types of treats and better still, they work out great value when compared to buying the individual products (30% saving on single packs when bought as a mixed box).

Their cheapest box, the Mini (featured above) at just under £10 includes :-

Pure pate, a yak stick, rabbit ear, venison meat strips, pig's ear, fish fingers and

duck sausages.

We recommend Fetch Club treat boxes because they also offer the option to buy one box without a subscription if you prefer. This is an ideal option if you want your four-legged friend to try the treats (trust us - they're pawsome)

Fetch Club also offer Letterbox Treat Boxes. Hassle-free treats which land on your doormat! Your trusty Royal Mail postie will drop a letterbox size package of all-natural treats through your door.

If you'd like more information, you may be interested in our dog treat subscription review of the Fetch Club Natural Treat Boxes

Reasons to Buy

+ Buy as one-off or subscription

+ Three size options

+ Wide selection

+ Better value than buying individually

Reasons to Avoid

- If you're looking for a toy & treat box

For 10% OFF the range at FETCH CLUB,

enter discount code SMARTBARK at checkout.

dog paw graphic

3. Postman Pooch

Best Subscription Box for Celebrations

Postman Pooch offer a wide range of dog subscription boxes for you to choose. There are a total of 6 different boxes based on your dog's size and the number of items you want to include.

Postman Pooch dog gift box

Their most popular monthly dog box is excellent value at only £24.95 and contains 5 items including natural treats, toys and an accessory.

They also offer a puppy subscription box from £24.95 and even one for heavy chewers from £29.99 so there's a monthly dog box to suit every dog.

Regardless of which you choose, your first monthly dog box comes with a free dog bow tie and there are more freebies with boxes 3, 6 and 12, so the longer you subscribe the more rewards your dog receives.

You don't need to worry, the dog treats included in every box are all natural and healthy.

They also offer the widest range of Birthday and Celebration Boxes of all the companies featured so if you're looking for a box to mark the occasion, Postman Pooch are definitely worth a look.

Reasons to Buy

+ Healthy contents

+ Freebies in some boxes

+ Great celebration range

Reasons to Avoid


dog paw graphic

4. Woof-box

Best Customisation Options

Woof-box offer a selection of monthly dog boxes for subscription or if you prefer, a one-off purchase (which is a great way to try a box before committing to a subscription).

Each dog subscription box from Woof-box contains 5-7 items. In addition to dog treats, tasty chews and biscuits, each box includes a dog toy as well as either a hygiene, grooming or innovative dog product.

Woof-Box dog subscription box filled with treats and dog toys

You can select a monthly, 4 monthly or 12 monthly plan clearly signing up for a year is best value. In testing we found the Woof-Box sign up a little frustrating and there seemed to be a lot more information about costs than the products in the box.

Even more customisation is available, as Woof-box gives you the option to choose more or less chews, biscuits and treats in your box.

You are also able to choose either a soft, plush toy or opt for a tough toy which will last longer if your dog is a destructive chewer. You can also choose between larger or smaller toys depending on breed.

The standard subscription box starts at £24.99 a month but to take advantage of this price you do need to sign up for a year. If you want a contract which you can cancel at any time, this will cost £29.99

Reasons to Buy

+ Lots of customisation options

+ Varying subscription lengths

Reasons to Avoid

- Not the cheapest

- Confusing ordering system

dog paw graphic

5. WufWuf

Best Themed Boxes

The first thing to say is that we adore WufWuf's cute themed boxes.

Contents of the latest WufWuf dog subscription box

The team at WufWuf create a series of adorable unique themes throughout the year such as W..UFO space theme, Jurassic, Rockstar and Petflix & Chill.

WufWuf are able to customise your dog subscription box using an online questionnaire involving a series of questions when you initially register.

Taking into account not only the size of your dog but also their age along with any allergies they may suffer from, WufWuf customise your box to ensure a perfect 'fit'.

Their packages contain a minimum of 5 items including: a tough toy, plush toy, dog treat, chew and a surprise item or accessory. The monthly dog boxes cost £32.90 and you can cancel at any time.

If you have a 'chewer' WufWuf have designed a box for you. Their Monthly Joy Box for Power Chewers is tailored to be more indestructible than their standard box.

Reasons to Buy

+ Themed boxes

+ Customisation options

+ Box for chewers

Reasons to Avoid

- Only one size box

dog paw graphic

Our Verdict

Dog Subscription Boxes can offer great value for money but the real appeal has to be the joy of receiving a present in the post when it's not even your birthday.

All the companies reviewed here have excellent customer reviews and enable you to customise the box to suit your pooch.

If you're looking for a great value subscription box, then you'll find Ultimutt dog box hard to beat.

dog paw graphic

At-a-Glance Subscription Comparison Table




Customisation Options


Ultimutt dog box


5-7 items




or Quarterly

Fetch Club natural dog treats subscription box


10% OFF range

Over 10 items


Monthly or One-off boxes

Postman Pooch dog box with treats and toys for dogs


5 items


Monthly box

Woof-Box monthly dog box


5-7 items


Monthly or One-off boxes

Wuf-Wuf dog box


at least 5 items


Monthly box

Thanks for stopping by and reading our article on the Best Dog Subscription Boxes UK




Dec 20, 2022

A big fan of the Black Fief box myself

Smart Bark
Smart Bark
Dec 21, 2022
Replying to

Thanks for commenting- we’ll take a look at Black Fief


Mar 02, 2021

Na more of a Waggle Mail fan myself.

Mar 03, 2021
Replying to

Thanks for reading and commenting CJ - on our radar now 🐶 We'll take a look at their launch range

bottom of page