Homemade Vegan Dog Food Recipe from EatMoveRest

Looking to add a boost of healthy, fresh food to your pup's diet? Erin and Dusty from EatMoveRest feed their pups a tasty combo of v-dog kibble and homemade food to add variety at mealtime.

Check out their recipe below!

"Have a picky pet or a furry friend who could use a health boost? Yes, our canine counterparts can be vegan, just like we can! Dogs are omnivorous, meaning that they can subsist on meat and/or plant foods. Especially with our large breed Bernese Mountain Dog, proper nutrition and reducing inflammation is of utmost importance!

We initially switched Beau to a vegan dog kibble, V-Dog, because he simply did not enjoy and would not eat his other name-brand conventional kibble. When we let him try V-Dog for the first time, he gobbled it up so fast, we knew we couldn't go back! From time to time, we also enjoy whipping up some homemade vegan dog food for our fur baby in our Instant Pot, because we think pets should get to enjoy a variety of fruits, veggies, and whole grains just like we do! This plant-based recipe is simple and nutritious, and helps to extend the use of your vegan kibble, and make it more tasty and enjoyable for your pup!"

Check out more pawsome vids from Erin and Dusty at EatMoveRest.

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Here at v-dog, we're all about feeding our pups an ethical and nutritious diet. Since 2005, we've seen thousands of dogs live long, happy lives on our vegan kibble - some even into their 20s! Dogs of all shapes and sizes can reap the benefits of a clean, plant-based diet, and many experience major health turnarounds after making the switch. Read stories from some of our pawsome canine customers here!

Learn more about a vegan diet for dogs

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Image credit: EatMoveRest

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  • I HAVE AN EPILEPTIC BORDER COLLIE. I NO LONGER GIVE HIM ANY DRIED DOG FOOD AND NO MEAT. HE IS ON AN ORGANIC VEGAN DIET WITH FISH. HIS FITS HAVE GONE DOWN FROM ONE OR TWO A MONTH TO ONE ABOUT EVERY SIXTEEN WEEKS. You are what you eat. ALL entities with chronic conditions should review their diets.

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  • I always made the food for my pooch at home. They are always the vegetables & some rice inclusive. When he was young I gave him the commercial food bought from the shops. To my disappointment HE always felt sick. with diarrhea, vomiting, lethargic, and finally liver & kidney disease. Finally I decided to change his diet to Vegetarian diet and made at home & wouldn’t believe, He doesn’t vomit, or have NO stomach problems what so ever. I celebrated his 15th birthday last 8th of May 2019. He is healthy and happy and please don;t believe this old age sayings that the dogs are carnivore and must eat meat etc. it’s a pure nonsense. IF YOU WANT A HEALTHY HAPPY POOCH, THE FOOD YOU GIVE THEM MUST BE VEGETABLES AND VARIETY OF THEM. PERIOD.

    Manel Dias on

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