Health Benefits 
Over 10 generations of Dogs have proven they THRIVE on V-dog's vegan formula with benefits ranging from:
Improved Dental Hygiene
Healthier Skin and Coat
Improved Digestion
Improved Weight management
Increased Energy


As well as the obvious ethical benefits of a vegan diet, feeding a meat-free diet to your dog can also be beneficial for your dog's health.

Over 10 generations of Dogs have proven to not only survive, but to actually THRIVE on V-dog's vegan formula. The health benefits range from improved dental hygiene, healthier skin and coat, improved digestion, improved body composition and weight management and overall increased energy.

In addition, a meat free diet can help in cases of sensitive digestions, skin problems and suspected allergies to meat."

If you have questions or would like any more information about any of our products, the ingredients that we use in V-dog or about feeding a meat-free diet to your pet please contact us and we will be only too happy to answer them for you.

Feeding a Vegetarian Diet

Dogs are in practice omnivores and are able to find all the nutrients they require for an active, healthy life through vegetarian sources. So just like you, your dog is perfectly well adapted to live, thrive and survive on a meat-free diet.

Feeding a meat-free diet is realistic and can be beneficial for your dog, providing that all the essential nutrients required are provided. One of the best ways to ensure this is to feed a properly balanced vegetarian dog food, formulated by specialist nutritionists. V-dog has a long-standing reputation for making balanced, healthy meat-free dog foods. These contain all the essential nutrients required to keep your pet in peak condition, without cruelty.

For a Vet's opinion, read 
<a href="" target="_blank">Vegetarian Diets Can Be Healthy for Dogs</a>
by Dr. Armaiti May, D.V.M., C.V.A.

Owners are increasingly opting to feed a complete food to their pets, so the responsibility to provide the correct levels and balance of proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals required, falls in one place.

In the same way that we're careful to make sure we eat a good and balanced diet, care needs to be taken when thinking about your dog - there are over 35 essential nutrients required to be present in your dog's diet. If one nutrient isn't included, or is at too low a level, your dog is like a car with a missing part: sooner or later something will not function properly. It is not an easy process to formulate the ideal dog diet, which is why V-dog draw's on knowledge and experience from so many sources.