Free 2 weeks tails.com puppy food trial
HOW IT WORKS
Every puppy is different, and so are their nutritional needs. Your puppy's perfect diet will depend on their breed, condition and health. Tails.com allows you to personalise your puppy's food for best growth and development. Start by hitting 'GET FREEBIE' and take the 2 minute survey about your puppy to create the perfect blend of kibble.
WHAT YOU GET
Free two week trial (£1 delivery) of tails.com puppy food worth £20. The food will be tailored to your puppy's nutritional needs and the recipe will even change as your puppy grows older. There is no obligation to continue if, for any reason, your puppy doesn't like the food, so try it for free first.
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