This tragic image taken this week following the devastating bushfires destroying the wildlife of Australia, are a reminder that climate change is happening and WE HAVE TO REVERSE IT.
David Attenborough quoted recently with enormous passion that “Human beings have overrun the world. We’re replacing the wild with the tame,” while another of his quotes says – “I don’t think we are going to become extinct. We are very clever and very resourceful.”
I believe that we can be very clever and very resourceful together and as pet lovers and nature lovers, let us look after this beautiful planet of ours and play our own very large part by taking small steps and turning both ourselves and our pets onto a sustainable plant-based diet.
A change to a plant-based diet for both us and our pets means that we can greatly reduce our carbon emissions and allow for land and water used to feed intensively farmed livestock, to be used productively and sustainably. Not only are we being kind to our own pets by feeding them plant-based, but we are being kind to the farm animals and birds we love so much as well as to our planet.
We can work on this together – we are all in this together!
Please watch this Ted Talk – it is so inspiring and made me cry when everyone in the room stood up – goodness how true Cameron Hepburn’s words are –
“Small interventions can trigger a massive change”
As nature and pet lovers, let us be the ones in the room who stand up first and trigger that change!
We have both V-Complete and Vegdog in stock and still available to buy until we launch our own UK based supplement in June!
Plant-based dogs and Prof Andrew Knight featured on ITV main news!
Fascinating article showing how Bronze Age dogs ate little meat and had to feed on cereals instead
We recommend these Omega 3 capsules above the other brands as they …..
I have been contacted by so many owners feeding their dogs plant-based and some of their dogs have had issues with painful urinary crystals…..
Colitis is one of the most common conditions that we see in dogs with digestive issues
We have Bramble the dog who wanted to live forever as proof that vegan diets help our pets live longer healthier lives
Owners of dogs on plant-based diets do report that their pets appear happier and calmer
Which dental plant-based chews are advised by our vet and which should you avoid?
Rupert suffered from an extremely painful urinary tract infection and blood in his urine which ultimately led to him needing surgery
We have chosen to share dear little Simba’s weight loss story and the advice given as it may echo your own experience
They say that to be truly happy, you need to have gratitude and I have to end the year with thanks to these wonderful people (and dogs)