Claudi will support our blog with interesting articles in the field of “Vegan4dogs Nutritional Science”. But first she presents herself so that we can get to know her a little better.

Hello dear reader,

my name is Claudia Renner and already at the age of eight I decided not to eat animals any more. In the handwork lessons newspapers were laid out on the school desks. There was a pig illustrated on whose body terms like “ham” or “bacon” were stated. In a conversation with my mum I learned that day that I eat animals with every lasagne, salami pizza, burger or sausage bread. Promptly it was over – because I have always been very animal-loving. Being a vegetarian as a child in Munich, where I still live today, was already quite hard at that time. Vegetarian was so ” strange ” in the nineties and rare, like vegan ten years ago. In January 2011 I switched from “vegetarian eating” to “vegan living” after 20 years. I had read Jonathan Safran Foer’s book “Tiere essen” (“Eating Animals”) and (with the knowledge I had gained) no excuses to continue buying milk and eggs.

Claudi’s Veganblog

I blogged about my "vegan diary" on "Claudi goes vegan" from my first vegan day on. For seven years I recorded everything that concerned and touched me in relation to vegan life there, but in the meantime the blog is no longer active. Various self-experiments followed. Sugar-free, gluten-free, soy-free and "raw vegan". A book of the same name, about my raw food self-experiment, was published by Compassion Media. In the first half of 2017, I trained as a certified vegan nutritionist via distance learning at "ecodemy". Finally, I was able to deepen the knowledge I had acquired myself over six years in a structured way!

Claudi’s E‑Book

I know from my own experience that eating purely plant-based foods does not automatically mean being healthy. After a massive weight gain in 2014, I successfully lost weight two years later. How and why I explain in my e-book, which can be found on my website.

Claudi and Yoga

From autumn 2015, I did a four-year training as a yoga teacher BDY/EYU and also recorded my experiences and adventures here on a blog. "Claudi does Yoga" has also been shut down in the meantime, although it was just as important to me at the time as my vegan blog. Because I know that the best possible diet is only one building block for a balanced life. That's why I've given yoga more space in my life.

Claudi as Podcast

If you want to hear my voice, please visit my podcast “Friede Freude Süßkartoffel“. It’s mostly about my two heart themes: Yoga and the vegan life! But now I wish you a lot of fun on and with Vegan4Dogs! Sunny greetings from the heart, your Claudi © Photo Mathias Leidgschwendner


Although all precautions have been taken in the preparation of this book, the author assumes no guarantee and no responsibility for the accuracy of the information, for errors or omissions. No liability is accepted for damages arising from the use of the information contained herein. This book is not a substitute for competent medical advice and should not be construed as medical advice. The author is neither a physician nor a non-medical practitioner. All information in this book is provided without warranty or guarantee on the part of the author. The author accepts no liability for accidents, personal injury, property damage or pecuniary loss. The author is not responsible for the contents of the recommendations mentioned in the book.

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GretaLet your dog decide!Greta is our complete food for adult dogs by Vegan4Dogs.Developed in collaboration with experts from the field of animal companion nutrition it meets the nutritional requirements for a balanced diet for (vegan) dogs.To provide your dog with energy, Greta comes with easily digestible rice combined with potatoes. Canola oil complements the energy of the carbohydrates and provides strength.The best of pea protein along with lentils, sunflower seeds and flax seeds provide your dog with protein for its maintenance metabolism. Carrots and beet root refine Greta's taste. Lovage adds its aromatic flavour.Savory, papaya leaves and fructooligosaccharides support the digestion along with chestnut.Cranberries encourage urine acidification.The algae Schizochytrium limacinum provides omega 3 fatty acids (DHA).Sea salt and seaweed meal provide essential minerals and are optimally complemented by carefully chosen additives.With L-carnitine and taurine as well as essential vitamins like B12 and minerals Greta is a complete and balanced food.Feeding RecommendationEach dog is different; you know your dog the best. Adjust the amount of food according to the vitality, age and health of your dog. Take care to always provide sufficient amounts of fresh water.Animals Say Yeah!
Variants from €0.30*

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V-CompleteSupplement for homemade vegan dog food 'Made in Germany'.Complementary Food for DogsDeveloped by Leni Lecker in cooperation with experts from the field of veterinary medicine. V-Complete rounds up your homemade dog meal with vitamins, minerals and trace elements as well as methionine and tryptophan which are essential for the health of your dog.V-Complete offers you the opportunity to be your own chef and to satisfy your dog's preferences. That enables you to show consideration for allergies and to create a menu according to your dog's needs. What is more satisfying than cooking for the whole family and eating together.With V-Complete you supplement everything that is necessary such as vitamin B12 and calcium and you can prepare a complete and delicious meal. Here you find our recipe recommendations.Feeding recommenation is 2g per 5kg body weight added to your homemade meals following our general feeding recommendation for V-Complete.V-Complete contains L-carnitine and taurine.V-Complete is suitable for adult, non-pregnant, non-lactating dogs.V-Complete is also suitable for dogs with an allergy to animal protein.All ingredients are carefully selected and of course vegan.We wish you pleasant meal preparations

Olaf 250 g
Vegan Dental Care
Size: 250 g
OlafOur little helper for daily dental careComplementary Food for DogsMmmmm the teeth feel so nice and Olaf has a delicious taste, too.Best of all, the breath has a lovely scent of mint.Sodium hexametaphosphate gently cleans the teeth, protects the gums and prevents tartar build-up and discolouration.Wellness for the snout.Feeding RecommendationSmall Dogs 1/2 piece per dayMedium - Large Dogs 1 piece per dayTake care to always provide sufficient amounts of fresh water.Animals Say Yeah!

Content: 250 Gramm
(€1.88* / 100 Gramm)

Pauline Lid Small
Can Lid for Wet Food Can
Size: klein
Pauline Dosen DeckelPauline immer schön frischDer Deckel mit dem Familienportrait unserer Vegan4Dogs Family hält deine angebrochene Pauline Dose frisch, damit sie auch am nächsten oder übernächsten Tag noch gut schmeckt.Pauline, Curly und Lorelai als Familienbild in deinem Kühlschrank.Animals Say Yeah!

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