Vegan Dog Food?
Posted by webmaster at 10/31/2012
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The biscuits I give her though, are not directly meat, they have meat products in them, but also has flour and veggies in there.....but wait....I thought they were carnivores, so why does it have veggies in it?
There is no denying that a human does not have the genetic makeup of a herbivore, but we can still survive on meat (im not saying to eat it, as a vegan, that would make no sense), but it is unhealthy. So maybe the same goes for cats, they can survive on veggies, but it is unhealthy. But can't you get everything from plants that you can from meat and dairy besides cholesterol?
How confusing. And maybe I am wrong (hence why Nala will keep eating her regular food at the moment at least).
Sorry, I knew this was about dogs, but if a dog is delectably a carnivore, then this should also apply.
Any thoughts? or think I am wrong and need to correct me? please.
i also work as a dog groomer and seeing a dog that haven't been fed the right food the animal suffers both in coat health and general health of the dog.
I have owned both Dogs And Cats, and have always fed them both meat and biscuits, being a vegetarian myself i dislike it but it comes with owning a carnivore!