Whether you plan to go a homemade option or purchase vegan dog food at the store, your first step should be consulting your veterinarian on successfully transitioning your dog to a plant-based diet.
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There are some vegan dog treats for purchase in the pet stores, but these Pumpkin & Peanut Butter Dog Treats are so easy to make and so much cheaper. On top of that, Chickpea goes crazy for the homemade treats. Isn’t homemade food always better?
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Our two rescued dogs eat mostly vegan food. They have never tired of Dick Van Patten’s Natural Balance and I occasionally use Vegedog nutrient supplement to make homemade food or treats. They do however sometimes get some animal products in their biscuit treats if there are no vegan options available at the store when we run out. I’m trying to plan ahead now so we never run out! Recently our ten year old had a bad reaction to a shot and we took him to the local animal hospital. The vet was impressed how young he seemed and what great shape he was in for his age and asked what we fed him – I was happy to say he is mostly vegan!
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There is no scientifically known reason why dogs cannot live full, healthy lives on a vegan diet. Furthermore, a homemade or commercial vegetarian food can avoid the potentially detrimental health effects of many meat-based commercial foods.Fast forward to a few weeks ago when I whipped up some basic, wholesome, plant-based ingredients for her first batch of homemade vegan dog food. I had made the decision to give it a try a few months prior, yet decided to wait until we reached the bottom of her last bag of kibble. Research provided tons of information about creating a balanced meal, complete with supplements to enhance her health and fill in any nutritional gaps.I can't recommend making homemade vegan dog food enough. The pugs seem to like every bean, vegetable and fruit I throw at them, but they're particularly fond of: corn, peas, sweet potatoes, black beans, kidney beans, black soy beans, tempeh, apples, bananas, carrots, cucumbers, zucchini, asparagus, brown rice (they actually won't eat white rice), collard greens, kale, spinach, whole grain cereal and oatmeal.eeding dogs a meatless diet is controversial, but some pet owners believe it is best for their pup. Before making any changes to your dog's diet, especially one as extreme as this, be sure to discuss it with your veterinarian. If your vet gives you the okay, this homemade vegan dog food recipe may be a healthy option for your Fido.