Voof Vegan Dog Food - Wild Love (1kg / 5kg)
For Vegan Dog Food – Wild Love
This unique vegan kibble is baked in the oven and is a complete food for your dog.
'We are convinced that a dog can not only be fed with plant-based food in a species-specific way, but also live healthier than with conventional meat food. We rely on various results of the most modern animal research (“Nature” International Journal of Science, “Animal Science” WY Brown). These confirm that a dog needs a very specific combination of nutrients. However, it is completely irrelevant where the nutrients and especially the amino acids come from. As long as everything is included and a defined nutrient ratio is maintained, the dog will live a healthy life. For example, it does not matter whether the protein requirement is covered by vegetable or animal proteins.
Feeding your dog vegan with Voof will give him all the essential nutrients. Plant foods contain more vitamins and fiber than animal products. Another advantage is that vegan or vegetarian dog food is automatically of higher quality. We can rule out risk factors such as diseases in the feed animals or a high concentration of medicines such as antibiotics. It is not without reason that links between meat-heavy foods and diseases of civilization - especially those of the cardiovascular system - are found over and over again.
Our motto: “Feed your happiness” does not only apply to dogs and owners. The environment thanks us just as much as less meat is consumed. Meat production is one of the biggest environmental pollutants due to various factors. Do something good for your dog by eating vegan while contributing to the preservation of the ecosystems on our planet. Voof dry food is a complete alternative to conventional dog food and of course meets the requirements of the German Animal Feed Act on all points. At Voof, we speak out very clearly against meat and meat products. We do not believe in milk or dairy products in our dog food. Genetically modified soy is also not used at Voof.
For the skeptics of vegan feeding, your dog will be fed an average of twice a day, ie 14 times a week. By replacing approx. 4 - 7 meals per week with conventional food by Voof, you offer your dog a healthy variety in the food bowl and you make a significant ethical contribution to the well-being of all animals and our environment! Of course, 100% food replacement can take place, as Voof is a complete food for dogs.
2x Voof saves a fish
4x Voof saves a chicken
200x Voof saves a pig
750x Voof saves a cow
In this equation, a serving is calculated as 400g. ”
Recommended daily amount of wet food for active and adult dogs:
|Body weight||Feed Amount|
These guidelines are adaptable to the breed, age and posture of the dog. When used as puppy food, it is recommended to supplement with calcium up to the age of 7 months. The dog food should be served at room temperature in at least two meals.
|Composition||Potato flakes, peas, chickpeas, sweet potatoes, carrots, quinoa, rapeseed oil, nut oil, parsnips, apples, sunflower seeds, seaweed meal, brewer's yeast, parsley, alfalfa, medicinal soil, minerals, vitamins and trace elements.|
|Analytical constituents||Protein 20%, fat content 11%, crude ash 4%, crude fiber 3,5% Calcium 1,20%: phosphorus 0,80%.|
|Nutritional additives per kg||Vitamin A 12.000IU, Vitamin D3 1.200IU, Vitamin E (alpha-tocopheryl acetate) 70mg, Vitamin B1 7,0mg, Vitamin B2 7,0mg, Vitamin B6 5,0mg, Vitamin B12 30mcg, Nicotinic acid 40mg, Vitamin C 140mg, Pantothenic acid ( calcium D-pantothenate) 8. 0 mg, biotin 250 mcg, folic acid 2 mg, iron (iron (II) sulfate) 175 mg, copper (copper (II) sulfate) 10 mg, manganese (manganese (II) oxide) 20 mg, zinc (zinc oxide) 125mg, iodine (calcium iodate) 2,0mg, selenium (sodium selenite) 0,3mg.|
|Content||1kg or 5kg.|
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What do the gourmets say?
Vegan food has all the nutrients Sparky needs to continue with his adventurous lifestyle, even at his age.
Tito is as energetic and healthy as he has always been after starting a vegan diet.
Vegan since:August 2022
Favorite snack:VegDog Jerkeys
Since My Ki eats vegetables, his beige spots have come back, he is no longer nauseous, he no longer vomits and he is more energetic.
Favorite snack:Garden Bites Dental Sticks