Prof Andrew Knight has published proof for the very first time, proving that a vegan diet is as palatable to our dogs as meat-based or even raw meat-based foods!
The palatability of a plant-based diet is such a huge consideration for us as dog owners as the feeding of our pets is such an emotional decision based on the love we have for our pets balanced with a need to ensure that we are feeding them correctly.
We have to commend Prof Andrew Knight for this extensive study, by far the largest of its kind, that surveyed 4,060 dog and cat owners with the following results:
Poppy transitioned from a raw diet to a 100% plant-based diet and the video shown is proof of how much she loves her vegan diet!
She has written the article with such an in-depth understanding of the importance of dogs going plant-based – all just so positive for the future!
Which dog foods in the UK can be classed as fully vegan?
“I don’t think we are going to become extinct. We are very clever and very resourceful”
As we come out of lockdown, we advise on how to be the kindest pet owner that you can be!
Something that so many owners who transition to plant-based notice with their dogs – how soft the fur becomes!
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…..
Our JUST BE KIND supplement powder contains the vitamins, minerals, trace elements and amino acids that are essential for dogs fed a purely plant-based diet
The majority of foods we eat and feed to our pet (especially plant-based) are healthy and good for them, but these are the few exceptions to be aware of
It all started with a dog named Bramble who lived until she was 25 on a diet of organic brown rice, lentils, freshly grown vegetables and love!
Gradual changes allow the appropriate changes of digestive enzymes and intestinal microbiome
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