Having two dogs proved to be much more challenging than just one. We would find a food and one would like it but not the other. We played this game for months until we finally landed on our current food.
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Halo– Available in stores, on Chewy, and Amazon we use Halo and my dogs love it. Their dry vegan food is made with chickpeas, non-GMO vegetables and fruits, nourishing oils, and added vitamins and minerals, providing a nutritionally balanced diet and does not contain any rice. It’s completely plant-based protein comes from whole grains, green peas, and chickpeas.
V-Dog– This is a great food that is highly recommended. We started with this food but unfortunately Lola’s allergies didn’t make this a good solution for us. The girls liked it, but didn’t love it. The did however love the bones!
Amazon is a great resource for this. Simply search for “Vegan Dog Treats” and you will get a bunch of options. I suggest reading all ingredients. Our rule is if we cant pronounce it we don’t eat it, not us or our dogs. Here are a few of my favorites:
Sams Yams– The girls LOVE these! Sometimes I buy them the Big Boyz so they last a little longer. These products are simple and clean! I buy these on Amazon. (Don’t forget to shop through Amazon Smile to help donate to a shelter or sanctuary of your choice)
Max & Ruffy’s– I really like these treats. They are clean, you know all the ingredients, organic and non-GMO. Unfortunately for us Lola’s allergies don’t allow these food in our home but I highly recommend them.
V-Dog Breathbones– The girls really liked these. I wish we could’ve continued buying these but Lola really is allergic to a lot of things. They come in small or large and you can pronounce all the ingredients! Thats always a plus for me.
Fruitables– This is a brand that I used to love but a few of their products now have ingredients that I am not in favor of. The crunchy Pumpkin Blueberry is still a good one. I suggest exploring their products but be sure to read the ingredients.
Make your own! If you search for “Vegan dog treat recipes” you will find a bunch of options. Have fun with it! Last year we made a bunch and gave holiday bags to all our doggie friends. Here are the ones I made this year and they turned out great!
Vegan, Gluten Free Dog Cake Recipe – I made these as pup-cakes for my Loli’s birthday and they LOVED them!