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V-dog is gluten-free* and contains no corn, no wheat and no soy. Our hypoallergenic formula of super grains, veggies & fruits creates an easily digestible meal for even the most sensitive pooches.
*Potential trace elements may occur in the processing of oats.
Our unique formula is optimally balanced with 24% clean protein from peas and contains all of the essential amino acids and nutrients your dog needs to thrive.
V-dog supplies all the critical vitamins, minerals and super foods to optimize brain development and cardiovascular health to keep dogs thriving well into their golden years.
Can dogs really
be vegan? I mean,
Current research out of the University of Davis, California and the University of Uppsalla in Sweden independently suggest that modern pooches have evolved to develop the digestive enzymes to breakdown starches and plant-based proteins. This process began approximately 7,000 years ago with dogs that migrated to South East Asia and who thrived on a rice-based diet.
Read more about your dog's evolving diet.
Dogs can be healthy and in fact, thrive on a vegetarian or vegan diet, as long as all necessary nutrient requirements are met. Dogs are biologically omnivorous, but can adapt well to a plant-based diet which meets all their nutritional needs. It's important that the food be digested easily as well as have good palatability. One of the most common ailments in dogs is skin allergies, which may sometimes be due to food allergy. Much of the time a dog has a food allergy it is to a meat protein such as beef, chicken, or one of the other common meat sources. Vegetarian diets may bring these food allergic dogs relief from their skin allergies.
By Armaiti May, D.V.M, C.V.A. of Dr. May's Veterinary House Calls
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Vegetarian Diets Can Be Healthy for Dogs