Spot & Tango Giveaway: Win Fresh Dog Food Delivery Service!

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Spot and Tango Dog Food Giveaway

Happy New Year, dog lovers! The new year is a great time to refocus and simplify your life, and our first giveaway of the new year will help you do just that!

Spot & Tango is a personalized dog food delivery service, offering fresh pet food made with human-grade, locally sourced ingredients, cooked to order in their USDA certified kitchen just days before arriving at your door. It takes all the hassles out of feeding your dog freshly cooked, healthy meals. No grocery shopping, cooking or cleanup required.

Daisy has been enjoying her first order and you can read all about it and snag a discount in our full Spot & Tango Review here.

Spot & Tango Dog Food Giveaway

One lucky winner will receive 2 weeks of Spot & Tango Fresh Dog Food delivered straight to your door!

Use the contest widget below to claim as many entries as you can before the giveaway ends at 11:59pm ET on Sunday, January 19th. The giveaway is open to US residents, age 18+. Good Luck everybody!

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Spot & Tango is responsible for prize fulfillment. See contest widget for full terms & conditions.

Comments

  1. Allison Hoffman says

    I haven’t cooked for my dog but would love to try this. He gets hot spots in the winter so this might help his skin

  2. LeAnn Harbert says

    I have cooked for my dog when she had a upset stomach.

  3. Cheryl Chervitz says

    I have cooked for my dogs in the past. One of mine that has passed, she could only eat chicken and rice.

  4. Michelle L Ayers says

    I have never tried to cook for my dog yet.

  5. Melissa Storms says

    I do cook for my dog, she loves chicken and green peas so much. I would love this because I think it would be easier than cooking myself.

  6. Jan Roberts says

    I made doggie “ice cream” (bananas, yogurt, and peanut butter) and offer lots of fresfruit & veggies, but have not tried cooking main meals.

  7. Linda Szymoniak says

    I’ve only actually cooked for my dogs when they weren’t feeling well – mostly rice and chicken, although I also do make them homemade dog treats when I have time.

  8. Sandy Weinstein says

    i cook most of the meals for my girls, 93% extra lean ground beef, veggies, etc. so this would be nice and faster for me to feed my girls each day.

  9. Yes, we’ve cooked chicken thigh/leg quarters often for our malamute.

  10. Cassandra D says

    I’ve tried cooking for my dog a couple of times.

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