Everything that we do with our homemade plant-based food is what we want for our own little family dog Ruff. We only homecook for him and all he eats is our carefully formulated family recipes that we bake in batches every 2 weeks. I happened to cook the last batch for him in the evening which I do not normally do and as I snuggled under the covers to go to sleep (I adore my bed!); I was overwhelmed by the strong smell of the Vegdog supplement – the smell infiltrated every room of our house! It is apparently the Thiamin – one of the Vitamin B’s that leaves this overpowering smell.
The smell was still there by the morning, so this has prompted us to modify the ingredients purely for this reason – to stop our homes from smelling so strong when we homecook, but also to keep the delicious flavours and important balance of nutrients for our dogs.
We are not governed by any corporate pressure forcing us to use cheaper ingredients to improve our profit margins – no, our recipes are made purely to be the healthiest that they can be for our own Ruff and for all our your pets. This gives us the freedom to increase the Umami flavoured marine phytoplankton in the food as well as add in crushed human Vitamin B tablets to our protein packs so that we can reduce the Vegdog and although there is still a Vitamin B smell to the homecooked food; it is not as overpowering….but still as delicious and as nourishing – ONLY THE BEST FOR ALL OUR LUCKY PLANT-BASED HOMECOOKED PETS!
It makes us laugh everytime we order a new supply of the very nutrient rich marine phytoplankton that we add to our packs. The phytoplankton is grown in primordial brine tanks under specific conditions in Holland to harvest the most nutritious and edible marine phytoplankton (mainly for use in humans).
The powder is bright green and very fine and as it arrives from Amsterdam, we see our packs undergo a Home Office check just to make sure that the fine green powder is what the label says it is:)
Henry currently eats Barking Heads as his owner has tried him on vegan dry food but he won’t eat it so hopefully he prefers the homemade food*. He loves to run off lead in his local nature reserve, he is a naturally fun loving dog.
* ” I used the pack to make the Umami treats and once Henry had tried one he set up camp in the kitchen doorway as he wanted more! He loves them! “
Calculations have revealed that dogs can digest about 99 % of plant-based starch if provided to them in a suitable form
We are so excited to not only be the importers of Vegdog Green Crunch to the UK, but we are working with their vet nutritionist Lisa Walther who formulated VEGDOG”s All-In-Veluxe Supplement to produce UK easy and 100% balanced delicious recipes
As a small business, we will do all we can to continue to promote the nourishment of our pets with wholesome, clean and nutritious plant-based foods that hold no dangers of causing a second pandemic.
So if you’re concerned about your pet food safety, let’s go plant-based. If you’re concerned about the carbon pawprint of your pet, then let’s go plant-based. If you’re concerned about your pet….
The maned wolf really blows the theory of our pet dogs needing meat in their diet completely out the water
This snuffle blanket is ideal mental stimulation for dogs
When we read this review, we felt quite emotional as the difference in Bea after only a month on a plant-based diet is remarkable
Until we get our new recipe up and the new packs made, we are offering a 40% discount on all our current Umami protein packs
We are now told that when dealing with the public we have to wear a mask and here are some things that I experienced while doing vet work yesterday
Marvin was picked up as a stray by a local dog pound and the front leg was badly injured, they think he had been hit by a car
Donn has pulled the pack off the counter before I could even start preparing them, and ate half of it as is!
Lauric acid is responsible for many of coconut oil’s health benefits including its immune-supporting, antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties