Vegan Vet Blog
Here is my journey and I want to share with you as much of my up to date knowledge and research (that I never stop doing!) to allow you to make your own informed decision about your pet’s nutrition. I learn SO much by listening to clients in consultations and learning from them.
As a family we want to get it right not only for our own health, but for our dog Ruff’s health too, but our ultimate aim is for one of kindness – kindness towards our pets we love so much, kindness towards the livestock birds and animals, and kindness towards our planet.
Dr Arielle Griffiths BVSc MRCVS
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)
If you have safely transitioned your dog from raw to a plant-based diet, please fill out our form to receive some FREE supplement and treats as a thank you!
We live in a zero carbon house. Wispa seriously offsets our carbon savings!
When our future seems so precarious, we finally have hope for our fragile natural world with the very wise and passionate words of Sir David Attenborough
At this stressful time, our vet offers advice on being the kindest pet owner to your sensitive dog
There are cases of dry food or treats (especially the raw hide treats and chews) causing transmission of diseases to people
The meat-based fed control group showed 11 deficiencies while the long-term vegan fed category presented only two deficiencies
Can vegan dog foods be classed as vegan in the UK with Vit D3 from lichen?
As a vet and a mother and a dog lover, I am passionate about feeding dogs a plant-based diet to support our future
We discuss the most common allergen in itchy dogs and what can be done about it