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
Pets at Home own brand Wainwrights launch a plant-based tinned and dry dog food in their stores
The Guardian features Dr Arielle Griffiths, vegan dog Ruff and other wonderful vegan dog owners
*Instead of paying £36.50 for 3 sachets or 750g of Supplement, DURING THE WHOLE MONTH OF MAY, YOU PAY JUST £27.37!*
I would never have released this video……had it not been for an amazing surprise visitor – James Wilks from Gamechangers visiting the UK with his son!!!
“The pooled evidence to date indicates that the healthiest and least hazardous dietary choices for dogs, are nutritionally sound vegan diets”
The changes seen in their pet’s health whilst on a plant-based diet is remarkable and cannot be disputed that it can be quite lifechanging to their health
The recent craze to feed our dogs more and more meat (raw or cooked) in their diets comes from the untrue conclusion that dogs are carnivores and they need meat
Thanks for the package
We’ve tried the tins and both of the very picky poodles wolfed it down! Makes a change!
Always check dog food labels as the food only contained 5% salmon while vegan dog food contains 100% nutritious plants!
Lucy gives us such enormous hope for the future with everything that she is doing!
All dogs remained in excellent physical condition with normal blood results throughout with no signs of anaemia at all!
Royal Canin aims to be carbon neutral by 2025 and Mars and Purina invest in vegan dog food