7 things we love about tails.com
tails.com - In the beginning...
tails.com dog food exploded onto an unsuspecting doggy public in the UK almost a decade ago. Back then, pet food tended to come in tins or big bags of indinstinguishable brown kibble piled high on supermarket shelves.
Of course today, you'll see a smorgasbord of dog food meal options albeit in a similar mould to the tails.com dog food box subscription service. Whist it can be diffiult to choose between them here's 7 things we love about tails.com
1. Super easy to design your own dog food kibble receipe using the 2 minute online survey
2. Recyclable packaged boxes delivered straight to your door (no more last minute dashes to the supermarket)
3. Good vibes that I'm giving my dog the right diet for good health and well-being that he actually likes
4. Less stress that I might be overfeeding my dog using the free perfect portion scoop included
5. Flexible options to add wet food, treats and chews but I'm not committed to buying it 100% of the time
6. Cost doesn't seem much more than generic supermarket dog food, but the quality is better
7. Cool design - at the risk of sounding superficial, I also love the logo and doggy pics!
Remember to choose based on your lifestyle and your dog, so do your research and try to pay as little as possible on new dog food whilst you are testing it out. Always look for discounted or even free trials of dog food subscription boxes.
tails.com latest deal is 2 weeks free dog food trial (+P&P) (including kibble, wet food and treats). Use the exclusive discount voucher code BAUBLE2 to save money by 31st December 2023. Well worth a go if you are looking for to try personalised dog food delivered to your door.
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