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Although members of the order Carnivora, dogs are nutritionally omnivorous without the metabolic limitations of cats and other “true” carnivores. However, achieving the proper nutrient balance isn’t easy, since their dietary requirements are quite different from people because of their role in nature as scavengers.

Compassion Circle’s Vegedog™ and Vegepup supplements eliminate the guesswork. Used with accompanying recipes you can easily meet the latest dietary ­recommendations without the use of animal products and even make nutritionally complete kibble and biscuits.

The Vegedog™ supplement is for adult dogs and the Vegepup supplement is for puppies under 10-12 months of age and pregnant or nursing mamas. Instructions containing recipes ship with the product containers. You can view the recipes at the following links.

Vegedog: compassioncircle.com/vegedog
Vegepup: compassioncircle.com/vegepup

To order Vegedog™ or Vegepup, or read more about the products, please click on one of the product images at the bottom of the page. The VegeYeast and digestive enzyme product (Prozyme® Plus) found below are highly recommended adjuncts to your animals vegan diet. Compassion Circle’s Green Mush™ superfood is a also a wonderful addition to any diet, and is perfect for human animals too! Green Mush™ provides thousands of phytonutrients, protein, and amino acids. The product is a superb source of a wide spectrum of trace minerals and a plethora of other complex, synergistically bound, organic nutrients that are only found in whole foods.

Check out the Recommended Reading page for more vegan dog resources. Books on the topic include: Dr. Pitcairn’s Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs & Cats, Vegetarian Dogs, and Vegetarian Cats & Dogs.

As of this posting, the oldest living dog in the world has been raised vegan! Bramble, a 27-year-old border collie, enjoys a diet of rice, lentils, and organic vegetables. Read the full article: BRAMBLE.

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