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
The word is out now that dogs can be fed a vegan/vegetarian diet and the discussion has started
Anal gland problems are very common and can be very distressing if not treated correctly
DCM or dilated cardiomyopathy is one of the biggest concerns to most owners feeding their dogs a 100% plant-based diet
IT IS SO MUCH CHEAPER THAN YOU THINK TO FEED AN AVERAGE 25kg DOG ON SOLO VEGETAL!
We asked the top vet oncologist in the country for her opinion on whether a vegan diet could protect our dogs from cancer
The more we feature and spread our message, the greater the impact we will have with promoting the healthiest and certainly the kindest way to feed our pets today and in the future!
Researchers found that all of the raw dog food samples contained antibiotic-resistant Enterococci, including bacteria resistant to the last-resort antibiotic linezolid
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!
Prof Andrew Knight has published proof for the very first time, proving that a vegan diet is as palatable to our dogs as…