Ami Vegan Dog Food
We have not tried Ami dog food, but it does appear to have some very good reviews and is well-liked by dogs eating a plant-based diet.
Ami Dog was first introduced to the UK by VeggiePets.com in 2003 from Italy.
It is made of Corn, Corn Gluten, Corn Oil, Rice Protein, Whole Peas, Beet Pulp, Linseed, Bicalcium Phosphate, Hydrolysed Vegetable Protein, Potato Protein, Brewer’s Yeast, Calcium Carbonate, Sodium Chloride, Rapeseed Oil – maybe higher in calories than other plant-based diet due to use of rice and corn gluten, corn oil and beet pulp – all ‘sugar-rich’, but it is still a sustainable diet.
The kibble is very small compared to other brands so better for smaller breeds and the food can be soaked to make it more palatable.
There is no mention of taurine in the Ami food, or Vit D3, or the amino acid methionine, so we would not recommend feeding only Ami – it must only be fed with the addition of homemade food made with a supplement to ensure that your dog gets all the nutrients it needs on a 100% balanced plant-based diet.
Corn, Corn Gluten, Corn Oil, Rice Protein, Whole Peas, Beet Pulp, Linseed, Bicalcium Phosphate, Hydrolysed Vegetable Protein, Potato Protein, Brewer’s Yeast, Calcium Carbonate, Sodium Chloride, Rapeseed Oil.
Moisture 8,00%, Crude protein 24,50%, Crude oils and fats 12,00%, Crude fibres 2,80%, Crude ash 6,00%
Nutritional Additives per Kg:
Vitamin A 26.000 IU/kg, Pentahydrate (Copper) 50mg/kg, Iron Carbonate (Iron) 348mg/kg, Calcium Iodate Anhydrous (Iodine) 25mg/kg, Sodium Selenite (Selenium) 20mg/kg, Zinc Oxide (Zinc) 160mg/kg, Manganous Oxide (Manganese) 56mg/kg, L-Carnitine 300mg/kg.