With over a million recipe combinations, tails.com has just what your dog needs

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If you are looking for the ‘pawfect’ healthy diet for your beloved dog, then tails.com could be just what you have been looking for.

The dog food subscription service delivers more than 15 million meals a month to delighted dogs around the UK.

After getting customers to tell them about their dog, tails.com provides a unique kibble recipe and tailored feeding plan to meet their nutritional needs.

Tailored food is optimized and flexible to care for every life stage. Your dog’s needs change as they age, so their unique recipe changes with them.

All you have to do is tell them about your dog, if there are specific things your dog needs help with – from having a healthier coat, help with their joints, losing weight or even to reduce smelly poops.

Should your dog require a hypoallergenic kibble recipe to support intolerances, just let them know. Trained vets and nutritionists have developed special recipes that cut out common allergens and problem ingredients, making sure your dog still gets their right nutrition and delicious meals every single day.

The feeding plan not only covers meals, but also treats.

Tails.com is offering new customers 75% off their first subscription box, including a unique kibble recipe, plus wet food and treats – you can find out more by clicking on this link to their website.

The food offers complete nutrition, using the right balance of protein, vegetables, vitamins and minerals, fats and fiber and has more than a million different recipe combinations. All formulas are soy-free and dairy-free.

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From collagen to vitamins and keratin, everything that goes into your dog’s kibble does a job for your dog and contains everything they need in a 100% supporting, nutritious and satisfying recipe without added sugar, artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.

More than 15 million meals are delivered every month
More than 15 million meals are delivered every month

It comes with peace of mind, as all the guess-work over portion sizes is taken out of your hands and you receive the right amount of tailored nutrition delivered to your door for free once a month.

Signing up to tails.com is easy – just fill in some details about your dog, its needs, any allergies or dislikes and preferences and they will put a feeding plan in place.

Customers have complete control as you can go online to make changes, pause deliveries or cancel your order at any time and you are supported by a dedicated care team on hand every day if you have any questions.

tails.com have more than a million recipe combinations
Everything that goes into your dog’s kibble does a job for your dog

Who are tails.com?

The subscription service was formed in 2013, when a group of people wanted to help bring a vet’s idea to life and stop the “one size fits all” dog food approach.

They combined the knowledge of vets, nutritionists and engineers to create a smart way of creating individual recipes for every dog ​​based on information only an owner will know.

Every day is ‘bring your dog to work day’ which helps keep the team focused on what matters: “empty bowls, glossy coats and bouncy walks”.

The cost is tied to your dog’s unique needs. Based on dry food (wet is a little more) a toy-sized dog’s food will cost on average £10.44 per month, whereas a small dog’s food will come in around £14.74 per month.

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For a medium-sized dog, it will be around £20.57 and for a large canine, it will be £29.54 per month. For a much larger dog it may be around £39.03 a month.

To find out more about the company and the dog food service visit the website.



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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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