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To feed a dog vegan is relatively easy if you deal with the nutritional needs of the dog. Dogs need a protein source, carbohydrates, vegetables, oil and a balanced dietary supplement for home-cooked food.

In ready-made food, whether dry or wet, various vitamins, minerals and trace elements are added by the factory. Vegan and conventional feed do not differ in this aspect. In home-cooked food, these nutrients have to be added themselves…

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Carrot Chickpea bowl

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Cubed Caribbean Tofu

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