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One months free dog food, just pay £2.00 towards postage @ Tails

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Posted 7th Feb
Usually only 2 weeks, now one month. Tailored for you're dog's needs. They don't know if you have a chihuahua or at Bernard... just saying.... but one months food for at Bernard will do a chihuahua for a year.

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INPUT THE CODE MANUALLY, DON'T COPY IT . It was reported thay it doesn't work, but I went through the process and entered the code manually and it does give one month's food for free.
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Make sure that you say you've got an underweight active Great Dane and they'll send you a moosive bag.
We got some of the Tails stuff for our Leonberger puppy. Gently moved him onto it but he really didn't like it and generally ended up with the squirts (Leonberger squirts are something else too!). Moved back to Eden kibble and all fine again.
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£6.56 TCB for the trial... hmmm.

Edit: TCB is only good when going through their site and won't be valid with that code.

So I guess it's this deal, a months worth of dry food for £2... or 2 weeks of dry food for free and £4.56 free cash through TCB (after paying £2 now). I've gone for the latter as my dogs got plenty of food already, but extra food for free and a few quid free for myself is worth doing.
Edited by: "deleted1506490" 7th Feb
Sorry we dont recognise the code.
Only 2 week free.
Must be specific to you
srp11107/02/2020 20:16

Sorry we dont recognise the code. Only 2 week free.Must be specific to you


Most odd. Actual photo of the coupon in the post.
srp11107/02/2020 20:16

Sorry we dont recognise the code. Only 2 week free.Must be specific to you


Try inputting the code manually. It worked for me just now (I'm not a customer of theirs yet, so it's not customer specific). Screenshot attached . (Who has a dog called Lassie?)

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Edited by: "Ringfinger" 7th Feb
This food is great it’s the only thing my dog eats now but make sure you over exaggerate your dogs weight so you get more food. For example my frenchie is 9kg but I say she’s 30kg so that I get a 15kg bag of food
My dogs don't like the dried food. And there's no option to leave it out.
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Dylan_Smith13507/02/2020 21:14

This food is great it’s the only thing my dog eats now but make sure you o …This food is great it’s the only thing my dog eats now but make sure you over exaggerate your dogs weight so you get more food. For example my frenchie is 9kg but I say she’s 30kg so that I get a 15kg bag of food


Yes but it might not be right for your dog.

It's a bit like puppy food has various things in it to help with young growth which could cause adult dogs to put on excess weight.

In this case, a heavy dog's tailored foods (even if it's a normal heavy weight for the breed someone selected) will likely contain less meat products and more vegetables.

I'd rather have 3kg of food containing all the goodness my dog needs than have 15kg of food with much less nutritional benefits for my dog.
deleted150649007/02/2020 21:37

Yes but it might not be right for your dog. It's a bit like puppy food has …Yes but it might not be right for your dog. It's a bit like puppy food has various things in it to help with young growth which could cause adult dogs to put on excess weight. In this case, a heavy dog's tailored foods (even if it's a normal heavy weight for the breed someone selected) will likely contain less meat products and more vegetables. I'd rather have 3kg of food containing all the goodness my dog needs than have 15kg of food with much less nutritional benefits for my dog.


They call it tailored to make people buy it. It’s all the same stuff in every bag
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Dylan_Smith13507/02/2020 21:42

They call it tailored to make people buy it. It’s all the same stuff in e …They call it tailored to make people buy it. It’s all the same stuff in every bag


Not at all. You get various different brands that do specific foods for different weights of dog. Such as "perfect fit":

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If you check the ingredients its different depending on the specific size it's meant for.

The usual brands which don't cater for specific weights have a balance of everything so people can feed the dog more or less of the food depending on it's size.

The brands designed for specific weights (like "tails") have more of certain ingredients and less of others depending on the weight of the dog.
If it's good enough for Lorraine Kelly
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deleted150649007/02/2020 21:48

Not at all. You get various different brands that do specific foods for …Not at all. You get various different brands that do specific foods for different weights of dog. Such as "perfect fit":[Image] If you check the ingredients its different depending on the specific size it's meant for. The usual brands which don't cater for specific weights have a balance of everything so people can feed the dog more or less of the food depending on it's size. The brands designed for specific weights (like "tails") have more of certain ingredients and less of others depending on the weight of the dog.


Yes but I just tried it for a dog that's much smaller and same age and the divided parts ie veg meat etc is balance nearly identically. 35kg of dog food for 2 quid can't argue with that
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LeebC08/02/2020 00:06

Yes but I just tried it for a dog that's much smaller and same age and the …Yes but I just tried it for a dog that's much smaller and same age and the divided parts ie veg meat etc is balance nearly identically. 35kg of dog food for 2 quid can't argue with that


How? The dry food is compressed kibble?

Just a random example as it's too late to be looking up exact ingredients and things but.... If iron was beneficial to 20kg+ dogs and calcium beneficial to dogs under 10kg and you had an 8kg dog, then feeding the dog dry food designed for dogs 20kg+ will mean it will be jam packed with iron (which the 8kg dog doesn't really need) and be lacking in calcium (which they do need).

We're not just talking about veg and stuff you can see, but there's all sorts of vitamins and minerals in the food which you can't see.

People can do what they want but like it or not, being greedy by thinking ordering 30kg dog food for an under 10kg dog all to save a few quid won't be giving your dog the proper nutrients/minerals/vitamins it needs. The pooch comes first after all, so it would be more beneficial to get the right food designed for your dog's weight.
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How? The dry food is compressed kibble?Just a random example as it's too …How? The dry food is compressed kibble?Just a random example as it's too late to be looking up exact ingredients and things but.... If iron was beneficial to 20kg+ dogs and calcium beneficial to dogs under 10kg and you had an 8kg dog, then feeding the dog dry food designed for dogs 20kg+ will mean it will be jam packed with iron (which the 8kg dog doesn't really need) and be lacking in calcium (which they do need). We're not just talking about veg and stuff you can see, but there's all sorts of vitamins and minerals in the food which you can't see. People can do what they want but like it or not, being greedy by thinking ordering 30kg dog food for an under 10kg dog all to save a few quid won't be giving your dog the proper nutrients/minerals/vitamins it needs. The pooch comes first after all, so it would be more beneficial to get the right food designed for your dog's weight.


Your way over thinking what they do. Yes if you say you dog has issues etc they adjust the recipe but the individual piece of dry food has a generic amount of all the bits and bobs as other wise they could give your dog an overdose of something the more you feed it the more it gets of said items so for smaller dogs feeding them less will mean they get less. Each peice is made to the recipe not the bag as when you scooped you might just scoop say the iron pieces. They can not make it like that so for larger dogs all you are doing is being given more of the Same food. to feed them more. Unless you say it has skin condition etc. Don't over think it. It's very good marketing but unless you put the information about age etc wrong it will be. A very standard biscuit
Might not be working for people as you've spelt the code wrong to the picture
It’s actually HEALTHYDOG79!! Spelt wrong in the post, but thanks the heads up
Dylan_Smith13507/02/2020 21:42

They call it tailored to make people buy it. It’s all the same stuff in e …They call it tailored to make people buy it. It’s all the same stuff in every bag


This is very true. I have a puppy with a chicken sensitivity and they cant leave it out - I asked them and they came up with some BS answer. It's definitely just a few variations of dry food they mix together.

Also as above - if you say your dog is a giant, very active and underweight breed you will get more free food!
I've already had accounts before so they won't let me
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LeebC08/02/2020 06:46

Your way over thinking what they do. Yes if you say you dog has issues etc …Your way over thinking what they do. Yes if you say you dog has issues etc they adjust the recipe but the individual piece of dry food has a generic amount of all the bits and bobs as other wise they could give your dog an overdose of something the more you feed it the more it gets of said items so for smaller dogs feeding them less will mean they get less. Each peice is made to the recipe not the bag as when you scooped you might just scoop say the iron pieces. They can not make it like that so for larger dogs all you are doing is being given more of the Same food. to feed them more. Unless you say it has skin condition etc. Don't over think it. It's very good marketing but unless you put the information about age etc wrong it will be. A very standard biscuit


Not at all. Why tell me I'm overthinking it when I'm only telling you what I've been told by vets as well as read about on many forums online and having the evidence there to see.

You can be in denial all you want to justify getting more food for less but I'm purely stating the facts. If you want to feed your pooch food designed for a dog that's much bigger, then fine, do it. It won't cause your dog harm but won't be nutritious and provide the dog with what it needs.

I'm not overthinking anything as this isn't my opinion. It's the view of people who have been working in the industry over 20 years and across various forums with many experts.

Believe the facts, don't believe them. It's no skin off my nose but I can and will be feeding my dog the food designed for his weight as it will be miles better for him.
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I did try it for a month about 18 months ago but both our labradoodles did eat eat but they did get the runs the whole month they was on it so we went back to there Orijen dog food which is a very high meat content 80 % solid stools always never a upset stomach I know you get a free month but is it really worth it dogs are meat eaters not veggies
Does this commit you to a subscription that you have to cancel?
dbt10108/02/2020 19:36

Does this commit you to a subscription that you have to cancel?


Yes it does but it's so easy to cancel
I signed up for the month but the check-out only had 2 weeks. Anyone else have this?
Stiz2theMiz24/02/2020 09:41

I signed up for the month but the check-out only had 2 weeks. Anyone else …I signed up for the month but the check-out only had 2 weeks. Anyone else have this?


Still works. Just checked. Remember to change the promo code on last page.
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