As we are about to step into a new decade, I am very excited to read that the multi-national food corporate Mars who own Pedigree and Whiskas pet foods, are finally concerned about the environmental impact of farming and are looking at meat substitutes for pet food!
This is such good news for the environment and is the entire ethos behind our Just be kind umami homemade food – less animals killed and caring for the future of our planet.
According to the Telegraph, they had considered making a bid for Quorn Foods (yes they are wealthy enough to buy whoever they choose), but instead they have bought an £8.2 million stake in a vegan US company called Wild Earth which uses Japanese Fungus Koji, that goes into soy sauce, to make a protein that resembles the taste of meat for pet food. At the time Mars Petcare’s head of ventures, Ben Jacobs, said: ‘We can solve some of the planet’s most pressing problems…. if we efficiently produce protein while reducing the environmental impact of feeding hundreds of millions of pets.’ Daily Mail 15th December
Along with the fungal yeast, the ingredients in the Wild Earth food includes oats, sweet potatoes, chickpeas, blueberries, pumpkin and spinach as well as added taurine and carnitine. These ingredients are healthy and sustainable so we hope that Wild Earth arrives in the UK soon!
David Attenborough makes a stark warning on extinction and I felt it would be too upsetting to watch!
We asked the top vet oncologist in the country and owner of gorgeous labrador Jumble for her opinion on whether a vegan diet could protect our dogs from cancer
Owners deserve to be treated too, so any orders placed during September will receive a free pack of our NO WHEY PROTEIN SHAKE POWDER!
Here is a day in my life to share what it is like to be a vet coping with the changes of how the pandemic has shaped a new way of being a small animal vet
We are so proud to say that our little unit that we hire to hold all the wonderful VEGDOG food and supplement that we import, is owned by none other than the wonderful and very dignified Gary Wilks
Only by convincing vets that it is the way forward, will we together have any success as plant-based feeders of ensuring that it becomes a very viable and superior option to feeding our dogs
We have a simple solution when home-cooking for giant breed dogs
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