the Happy Vegetarian Dog

Adam, Eve
September 2006
New Vegetarian & Natural Health;Spring2006, p62
The article provides information on how to care ones pet dog by means of a vegetarian diet and discusses the benefits of the vegan diet to the vegetarian dog. Feeding the dogs a vegetarian meal is sustainable approach of caring for the environment as wells as developing a more loving, playful and even temperament of dogs. The ultimate goal of a balanced and delicious diet for dogs is to start introducing vegetarian foods in proportion to what the dog is already eating. INSET: NUTRITIOUS FOODS THAT YOUR DOG WILL LOVE.


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