Our initial investigation into Yarrah vegan dog food appeared promising. We have not tried it, but it is made from organic and non GMO soya beans, peas, white lupine, baobab and seaweed – all really good superfoods that we recommend in a vegan diet. There is a wheat-free option (shown in the attached image) for dogs who may suffer with a wheat intolerance, but as the first ingredient is soya, it would not be ideal for dogs with a soya intolerance (4th in the ‘ top food allergens’ in dogs after meat protein, dairy and wheat).
Organic Whole Soy Beans, Organic Whole Grain Wheat, Organic Wheat Bran, Organic Yellow Corn, Organic Sunflower Seed Husks, Minerals, Organic Coconut Oil, Brewers Yeast, Whole White Lupine, Organic Baobab, Minerals, Organic Dried Seaweed.
Crude Protein 21.09%, Crude Fibre 8.0%, Crude Fat 13.0%, Crude Ash 8.5%, Moisture8.0%, Calcium 1.2%, Phosphorus 0.9%, Kcal (g/100) 329
Nutritional Additives per Kg:
Vitamin A (as Retinyl Acetate) 19.100IU, Vitamin D3 (as Cholecalciferol) 00IU, Vitamin D2 (as Ergocalciferol) 1.910IU, Vitamin E (as DL-a-tocopheryl-acetate) 110mg, Taurine 465mg, L-Carnitine 230mg
Trace Elements (in mg/kg): Iron (as Ferrous Sulphate, Monohydrate) 47mg, Iodeine (As Calcium Iodate Anyhydrous), 1.4g, Zinc (as Zinc Sulphate Monohydrate) 115mg, Manganese (as manganous oxide) 47mg, Copper (as Cupric Sulphate, Pentahydrate) 9mg, Selenium (as Sodium Selenite) 0.27mg
Our only negative about Yarrah dog food is that it although it is fully organic and natural, it is a company that also supports the meat trade with beef and chicken options – this is a no to what we stand for and as long as the foods are not made in the same factory, we don’t really want to support it.
For owners who are struggling to buy vegan dog food however, there is a supplier Bibita that does seem to stock Yarrah if you are really struggling to find vegan food to feed your pet.