Wheat-free Dry dog food
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Omni | Vegan Dog Food€16.81 - €81.27
Omni | Vegan Puppy Food€16.81 - €81.27
Omni | Vegan Senior Dog Food€16.81 - €81.27
VegDog Farmer's Crunch | Wheat free€17.80 - €63.42 — Available as a subscription
Ami Dog Vegan Dog Food | Wheat Free€28.25 - €89.21 — Available as a subscription
Ami Dog Vegan Dog Food Small Dog | Wheat Free€10.36 - €27.22 — Available as a subscription
Benevo Vegan Dog Food | Wheat Free€14.27 - €85.24 — Available as a subscription
VeggieAnimals Vegan Dry Dog Food – Plus€23.30 - €82.26
Greta Vegan Dog Food | Wheat and Soy Free€36.64 - €86.23 — Available as a subscription
Greta Vegan Dog Food Small Dog | Wheat Free€16.55 - €69.37 — Available as a subscription
Hownd Plant Powered Superfood Vegan Dog Food | Gluten free | Soy free | Wheat free€22.76 - €99.12 — Available as a subscription
VegDog Green Crunch Vegan Dog Food | Grain Free & Hypoallergenic€19.79 - €87.22 — Available as a subscription
Why wheat-free dog food for my dog?
Dogs are often completely crazy about dog food. It would therefore be a pity if dogs with an allergy to wheat cannot eat dog food. Fortunately, we have plenty of choice in our range of wheat-free dog kibble, so your dog can continue to enjoy his delicious kibble. Just like humans, dogs can develop allergies, including wheat. Switching to wheat-free dog food is therefore a must. Dogs should absolutely not eat wheat on a wheat-free diet.
Benefits of wheat-free food
Wheat is often used as a filler in dog food. Because wheat is cheap, the selling price is kept relatively low. When you go for wheat-free dog food, your dog will certainly feel more energetic. In addition, it can also have other positive effects. Wheat-free dog food is also 100% vegetable, free of animal testing, free of color and fragrances and free of preservatives.
Difference grain-free and wheat-free
Grain-free or wheat-free, many people do not know that these are two different allergies. It is therefore important to know the difference for your dog. With grain-free dogs should absolutely not eat grains. Think of grains such as wheat, oats and rye. In addition, it is important to know that grain-free also immediately means gluten-free. Gluten is a protein that is found in different grains. Wheat-free literally means that your dog should not eat wheat. Other grains can therefore be eaten normally.
What do the gourmets say?
Tuck has an active lifestyle and does very well on vegan food!
Favorite snack:VegDog Beevy
Cauliflower ('Bloemie') has been eating vegan since the end of 2019.
Vegan since:December 2019
Tried everything in the past (salmon, lamb, etc), but nothing helped. Chica has been eating vegan for over 4 years now and she is rid of her itch and hotspots.