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Food allergies

Dogs are omnivores, which means that they eat both meat and plant products. While it is theoretically possible, the British Veterinary Association does not recommend giving a dog a vegetarian or a vegan diet nor do other other professionals like myself! It's easier to get the balance of essential nutrients wrong than to get it right and put you do in unnecessary health risks and cause them to be unhealthy and deficient in essential vitamins and nutrients.
Dogs need and is essential they they get Taurine and Methionine to survive healthily and a vegan diet does not allow them these!
 

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Dogs are omnivores, which means that they eat both meat and plant products. While it is theoretically possible, the British Veterinary Association does not recommend giving a dog a vegetarian or a vegan diet nor do other other professionals like myself! It's easier to get the balance of essential nutrients wrong than to get it right and put you do in unnecessary health risks and cause them to be unhealthy and deficient in essential vitamins and nutrients.
Dogs need and is essential they they get Taurine and Methionine to survive healthily and a vegan diet does not allow them these!

If you still adamant that you want to feed a vegan diet then you must purchase SHEVEGA it has the highest recommended values of essential amino acids including Taurine and Methionine compared with other
supplements that your dog must have.
 
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Michele

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I would not recommend a vegan diet for dogs. They need certain nutrients that a vegan diet will not provide.