Dog Food Worth £27 For FREE £1 P&P @ tails
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Dog Food Worth £27 For FREE £1 P&P @ tails

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Found 12th Jan 2016
Tails is giving away FREE two week trial (just pay £1 P&P) of personalised dog food, made according to each dog’s needs. You don’t need to worry about deciding which food is right for your dog as Tails do all the work; they even adjust it as your dog ages and provide a special portion control scoop which they deliver to your door. Just use the code ‘FZCG44’ to get your offer.

You can cancel at any time. One offer per household. Free trial applies to one dog only.
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Quite an interesting idea. Just gone through the process to see what it recommended and here's what it said.

Total meat content 37.3%; chicken 35.7% (including 34.7% from dehydrated chicken), sweet potato, potato, beet pulp, seaweed meal, gravy (digest) 1.6%, linseed, monocalcium phosphate, sodium chloride.

Millies Woflheart consists of:

Fresh Lamb (min. 20.1%), fresh duck (min. 20.1%), dried duck (min. 17.4%), sweet potato, potato flakes , dried lamb (min. 4.7%), dried rabbit (min. 3.4%), duck fat(3.35%), pea fibre, lucerne, vitamins, minerals, lamb gravy, dried apple, carrot flakes, spinach flakes, lovage powder, seaweed meal, dried cranberry, aniseed, fenugreek, glucosamine (min. 0.01%), MSM (min. 0.01%), chondroitin sulphate (min. 0.01%), camomile powder, burdock root powder, peppermint, dandelion herb, thyme, marjoram, oregano, parsley, sage

The cost of Tails is £33.98 (£3.23 per kg) for 10.52kg whereas Millies is £49.99 for 14.5kg (£3.44 per kg). You can buy Millies in bulk as well which slightly reduces the prices.

Personally speaking, the Millies is far better in terms of ingredients and quality ingredients compared to that of Tails and for a very similar price.
Edited by: "greencode" 12th Jan 2016
The food is good, my dog loved it but if you have any special needs like hypoallergenic contact them first to ensure the correct recipe. They are excellent to deal with.
I can recommend Tails.
I bought this for my dog, unfortunatley even though I was feeding him the 90% his normal food and 10% new food (as recommended), he got an upset tummy ...

Absolute bargain though.

Edited by: "Feisty" 12th Jan 2016
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It's a good deal for a quid but the regular price of £27 for 2 weeks food is no deal!
Giving this a try Thanks

think regular price is £

DexMorgan

It's a good deal for a quid but the regular price of £27 for 2 weeks food … It's a good deal for a quid but the regular price of £27 for 2 weeks food is no deal!



sure i read it was £27 for 4weeks worth and its just the trial thats just 2wks worth. ordered my trial anyway - heat added
Can get the voucher from WHSmith. Got one today.
I'm going to order this and then donate it to my local dog charity, bit naughty but I won't tell, just hope no one else tells tails
How do you cancel?
Thanks op
Great Deal....I was getting a bit sick of the old turkey...this will keep my tail wagging
pucy the bulldog says thanx and to give you some heat
Edited by: "trickyfocus" 12th Jan 2016
Signed up to this last night, said I got 4 days extra free but still only said previous price was just short of £6, suppose its based on a large dog just eating this.
£6 for one day & £8 for the other for 31 days seems a good price. I will see if it suits them & if they actually like it. Thanks
Has anyone after completed there survey had bear with us a moment whilst we put together his perfect blend from over 1,000,000 possible recipes and then nothing




Has anyone after completed there survey had bear with us a moment whilst we put together his perfect blend from over 1,000,000 possible recipes and then nothing




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Has anyone after completed there survey had bear with us a moment whilst … Has anyone after completed there survey had bear with us a moment whilst we put together his perfect blend from over 1,000,000 possible recipes and then nothing


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Is this compatible with a cat?
£27 for 2weeks jeese i spend £10 for 15kg of performance worker dog food for my lurcher lasts 2weeks+ feeding twice a day stick to what i know i guess
DexMorgan

It's a good deal for a quid but the regular price of £27 for 2 weeks food … It's a good deal for a quid but the regular price of £27 for 2 weeks food is no deal!



Depends on the quality.... Ours cost far more than that to feed but worth every penny.
BigYoSpeck

Is this compatible with a cat?



Cats are generally fed strict carnivore diets so no.
Bloody dogs eat better than me.
my dog eats her own ****, so she'll probably like this
We had our lab pup on wafcol due to a sensitive stomach on vets advice but he almost couldn't be bother to eat it.

Got this stuff for him and he goes mad for it! Think its because it made fresh and clearly a better quality food than the mass produced bags. Tails probably making a smaller margin in order to grow their business so probably a better deal than it might appear to some.
£8.92 for 2 weeks for a 9.5kg Mini Schnauzer.
The price of 4 weeks food depends on the type of dog etc. The £27 is, I'm guessing, the highest price for 4 weeks food they do.

We use tails for our labradoodle, £17 for 4 weeks food delivered for free. He loves it, goes absolutely mad for it. Been on it for 1 year, no upset stomachs or health problems.

Would 100% recommend
13.21kg of bespoke dry blend for 40kg German Shepherd - £39.20
He's currently on Orijen and Acana so whilst this is less money, the meat content looks less.
All about dog food is a great site to see what all the main dig foods contain .
We stick with Origen for our Boston terrier.
Quite expensive but due to the high protein has to eat less if it than other foods.
Works out at about a fiver a week, small price to pay for top quality food.
i used the info of the worlds biggest dog to see what i could get for the £1 trial info i used was a English mastiff at 343 pounds called Aicama Zorba they said it would be 43.9kg of food for £1 let's see if they honor it lol
I use tails highly recommend it we've a small dog and her food is £5.40 a month delivered as she is fed wet food also
And the next day you have to pick it up in a plastic bag and shove it in your pocket! oO
Is the dog food good quality? never used this before..
My fussy german shepherd loved this when we had her favourite meat as lamb. We then changed it to chicken just for a little variety and she had major regurgitation issues with it.
This stuff made my dog sick :-(
BigYoSpeck

Is this compatible with a cat?


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kinderkid

i used the info of the worlds biggest dog to see what i could get for the … i used the info of the worlds biggest dog to see what i could get for the £1 trial info i used was a English mastiff at 343 pounds called Aicama Zorba they said it would be 43.9kg of food for £1 let's see if they honor it lol



legend
Wont let me type in code in voucher box.
The quality isn't great but if you feed something like bakers/wagg/pedigree then its an upgrade for sure.
1.For our Schnauzer 9.5 kg, they are sending just under 5kg of food for just over £15, call it just over 3 quid a kg.

2. You can cancel or pause delivery from the links at the bottom of the main page of the website.
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