The Vegan Zombie

"Indy had parvo virus when I adopted him. If he stayed where he was he wouldn't be with us today. I took him to the vet hours after I got him and the vet told me that we had two options. He could go home with me and I could try and make his as comfortable as possible and he would die within a few days or we could put him in intensive care 24/7 and they could do their best but that he still didn't have a very good chance to survive. They said it would be pretty expensive. I only just met Indy less than 24 hours earlier but I wanted him to have the best chance at life that he could get. He went and stayed at the IC. A week and thousands of dollars later he pulled through. He survived the killer virus but it did some major damage to his digestive system so I had to continue to bring him to the vet 2-3 times a week for about a month and then about twice a month after that for the next year. The vets had him on several medicines and vet prescribed formulas. There was no change in his digestion. Lets just say that when he went to the bathroom it was never solid. When he turned one, I transitioned him to a vegan formula and he got better immediately. His digestion was better but he would get rashes regularly that he would bite at. We tried a few different vegan formulas over the next few years before we tried V-dog. Once he started on the premium, hypo-allergenic kibble, everything cleared up. He was the healthiest he had ever been. No more rashes, he didn't smell bad, as far as dogs go, and his digestion was perfect. The vets agreed that he is now super healthy and to continue with his routine. He loves his food and his breathbones and treats. He is a little over 100lbs and he's very energetic, smart and happy."

Chris, @TheVeganZombie