Vegan dog food recipes
There are many ways to feed a dog, but the best is to prepare him 100% homemade vegan food.
Every food dog recipe needs to fulfill the dog’s daily nutritional needs in protein, fat, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, and other micro nutrients.
[Read – “What are my Dog’s Nutritional Needs?”]
A simple example of that could be half-brown cooked rice and green beans with finely grated carrot, tofu, all accompanied by spirulina, yeast, and gomasio.
On top of that, the meals’ recipes need to address three critical notions of the dog’s vegan diet.
The quality is everything. Like for humans, bad ingredients will make bad food no matter what you do.
If you buy vegan cans and kibbles, make sure to choose the ones containing organic food.
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The amount of food to be fed naturally depends on the dog’s size, weight, age, metabolism, and activity. Also, it’s the meals served that should be taken into account, not the dry food.
Except for puppies, dogs need to receive two meals per day.
Meals should be provided to the dog in a quiet area away from noise and bustle in the space of his own. Feed the dog when he is calm and, if possible, always at the same time.
Don’t prepare your dog’s weekly meals in advance. Dogs, like humans, should eat only fresh food from the day.
Foods to avoid
They are some food that we can eat but are not quite suitable for dogs. You should avoid them as a basic rule to be safe.
Avoid salty, peppery and spicy foods as the dog’s digestive system does not well tolerate them.
Avoid chocolate, onion, and avocado (although for the avocado, it’s only the toxic skin) because they contain molecules that are not well metabolized by their digestive system leading quickly to an intoxication.
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