Decreased incidences of cancer, infections and diseases
Less occurrences of ectoparasites (fleas, ticks, lice and mites)
Clean mouth and good breath
Healthier, hydrated and shinier coat
Controlled allergy symptoms
Supports arthritis and diabetes
Maintained body weight
Promotes digestive health
Plant-based diets are highly nutritious and provide a clean source of protein. All sufficient levels of protein, amino acids, vitamins, minerals and good fats can be derived entirely from plants.
Additionally, plant-based diets are allergy-friendly and anti-inflammatory. Dogs absorb a lot more of the nutrients from plant-based foods than they do from meat, making plant-based palatable, bioavailable and higher in nutritional value. You’ll be able to see an improvement in your dog’s energy levels and overall health within 30 days!
Reduce Your Environmental Pawprint
Animal agriculture is a huge factor to consider when choosing a meat-based diet. Animal agriculture is the leading cause of species extinction, ocean pollution, dead zones, water pollution and habitat destruction. Here are some startling statistics on the damaging impact the animal agriculture industry has on our planet:
LOWER GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS
The animal agriculture industry makes up 51% of greenhouse gas emissions worldwide. Emissions for animal agriculture projected to increase 80% by 2050.
REDUCE CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2) & METHANE EMISSION
Livestock accounts for 32,000 million tons annually and cows produce 150 billion gallons of methane per day.
REDUCE WATER CONSUMPTION & WASTE
Beef, eggs, cheese, and milk require thousands of gallons of water to produce only a small amount of food.
REDUCE RESOURCE WASTE
1.4 billion tons of meat from the industry is wasted annually. In addition to this, livestock produces 116,000lbs of waste per second.
STOP LAND DESTRUCTION
Livestock covers 45% of the earth’s total land with 2-5 acres of land are used per cow.
One vegan diet saves 1100 gallons of water, 45 pounds of grain, 30sqft of forested land, 20lbs CO2 equivalent, and the life of one animal per day.
Why Our Products Have A Short Shelf Life
Quality nutrition is crucial to maintaining quality health.
Our nourishing treats aren’t meant to have a long shelf life because they aren’t treated with preservatives or waxes, like conventional treats. While preservatives are safe, foods with preservatives contain ingredients that aren’t good for our dogs.
Unfortunately, the process that makes treats/ food stable enough to have a long shelf life, is so extreme that most of the natural nutrients are destroyed. Manufacturers then add things back in, such as synthetic vitamins and minerals, artificial flavours, sugars, salt, trans and saturated fats, to entice our dogs to eat it.
The optimal nutrition for our dogs can only be achieved through fresh whole-foods including, clean protein, vegetables and other nutrient rich foods. Balanced, fresh, whole foods contain high-quality ingredients rich in moisture content. Making moisture rich foods, perishable. Fresh food requires frequent preparation and a place in your refrigerator/ freezer!