Free Pet Magazines with Readly App
HOW IT WORKS
Hit 'GET FREEBIE' to check out the pet and animal magazines on offer from Readly. Readly is a clever app that gives you unlimited access to over 2,000 magazines! After you've downloaded, you can read magazines shared on up to 5 tablet/phone devices in your family either online or offline (great for reading on trains and buses). Simply create an account with your name and email, then download the app and follow the instructions to claim your free month trial.
WHAT YOU GET
Free access to loads of great pet and animal magazines such as Our Dogs, Horse & Hound, BBC Wildlife Magazine and Dog World. But that's not all - you'll also get free access to over 2,000 consumer magazines including world famous brands such as ELLE, Top Gear, Empire, Good Food and Grazia. Just sign-up to the free trial with no commitment for the ultimate magazine subscription.
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