Veterinarians & Vegan Dogs

V-dog kibble is expertly formulated and meets/exceeds all AAFCO guidelines for adult dog nutrition.

Dr. Debra Voulgaris

Dr. Debra Voulgaris

DVM, MA, CVA, CCRP, Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine & Louisana State.

"As an ethical veterinarian, I have a responsibility to recommend foods for my patients that are balanced and healthy. As an ethical vegan, I have a responsibility to promote compassion to all animals, not just my patients. V-dog allows me to do both. V-dog has proven to be effective in helping many of my patients manage certain allergies, gastrointestinal issues and other systemic illnesses. I use V-dog as a main ingredient in my vegan dog Sophia's diet and she loves it."

Dr. Lorelei Wakefield

Dr. Lorelei Wakefield

VMD, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.

"Most dogs can benefit from a vegan diet. Thanks to ten thousand years of evolution alongside humankind, dogs are now physiologically omnivores. This means they can thrive on a nutritionally balanced plant-based food, such as V-dog.

Dr. Andrew Knight

Dr. Andrew Knight

BSc (Vet Biol), BVMS, CertAW, MANZCVS, DipWCAWBM (AWSEL), DACAW, PhD, MRCVS, SFHEA.

"Our 2016 article in Animals comprehensively reviewed the evidence published to date from four studies that have examined the nutritional adequacy of vegetarian diets for cats and dogs. Both cats and dogs may thrive on vegetarian and vegan diets, but these must be nutritionally complete and reasonably balanced."