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This is grain free

Grain free diets are not recommended for dogs. This is current stance by boarded veterinary cardiologists and nutritionists due to risk of cardiomyopathy.

There is no established benefit from a grain free diet to 99.99% of dogs.

Ask yourself is risking your dog's health worth saving a few bucks?

https://www.fda.gov/animal-veteri...iomyopathy

https://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/docs/l...0119r1.pdf
While they can survive on vegan diets I highly highly recommend against it unless your dog has a specific problem to eating meat. Dogs are carnivores, not omnivores or herbivores, and you're depriving them of their biological needs by feeding vegan.
Lol. Grain Free is way more money so I don't think people are buying grain free to save a buck. Weird how articles I've seen have not stated anything close to this for a grain free diet.

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Great deal!! Thank you OP!
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Just 6.... is this tastier than her 30 minute meals series?
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This is grain free

Grain free diets are not recommended for dogs. This is current stance by boarded veterinary cardiologists and nutritionists due to risk of cardiomyopathy.

There is no established benefit from a grain free diet to 99.99% of dogs.

Ask yourself is risking your dog's health worth saving a few bucks?

https://www.fda.gov/animal-veteri...iomyopathy

https://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/docs/l...0119r1.pdf
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Just my 2 cents and there will probably be backlash which I will ignore. We switched to V-dog because we don't trust the meat industry. The meatpacking for humans is disgusting enough and for pets, regulation is barely there. We have a fitness tracker on our dog and he's healthy as can be and plays nonstop all day with us. He does get meat in occasional treats and scraps from the meat eaters in our household.
While they can survive on vegan diets I highly highly recommend against it unless your dog has a specific problem to eating meat. Dogs are carnivores, not omnivores or herbivores, and you're depriving them of their biological needs by feeding vegan.
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This is grain free

Grain free diets are not recommended for any dogs. This is current stance by boarded veterinary cardiologists and nutritionists due to risk of cardiomyopathy.

There is no established benefit from a grain free diet to 99.99% of dogs.

Ask yourself is risking your dog's health worth saving a few bucks?

https://www.fda.gov/animal-veteri...iomyopathy

https://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/docs/l...0119r1.pdf
Actually there from a peer reviewed scientific study there was NO, I repeat, NO link between CDM and grain free diets or legume diets.

https://www.petfoodprocessing.net...cm-in-dogs

There was merely an INVESTIGATION into it and the conclusion is that there's NO link.

I.E. it's SAFE

"BSM researchers noted that while the FDA has referenced many reported cases of DCM in dogs eating grain-free or legume-rich diets, the majority of these cases contained incomplete information. For example, integral data such as the dog's complete diet history, age or the presence of concurrent conditions were often missing.

Additionally, some of the reported cases were of dog breeds with a known genetic predisposition to DCM, which further confounds the claim of a dietary role. Genetic inheritance is the most commonly known cause of DCM in dogs, according to the BSM study.

Several other confounding variables were determined to have skewed data about what causes DCM in dogs leading up to this point, including insufficient samples sizes, nutrient bioavailability and synthesis discrepancies across canine breeds and sizes, and supplementary treating and feeding habits that could affect nutrition or nutrient absorption.

The article also details published research highlighting a number of other factors that could contribute to the presence of DCM. These include nutrient deficiencies, myocarditis, chronic tachycardia, and hypothyroid disease."
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While they can survive on vegan diets I highly highly recommend against it unless your dog has a specific problem to eating meat. Dogs are carnivores, not omnivores or herbivores, and you're depriving them of their biological needs by feeding vegan.
They're not carnivores. You're confusing them with cats
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They're not carnivores. You're confusing them with cats
They are most certainly carnivores. Dogs belong within the order carnivora and have digestive tracts and teeth designed to consume mainly meat. Both biologically and classified scientifically.

Maybe you mean they're not obligate carnivores such as cats
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This is grain free

Grain free diets are not recommended for dogs. This is current stance by boarded veterinary cardiologists and nutritionists due to risk of cardiomyopathy.

There is no established benefit from a grain free diet to 99.99% of dogs.

Ask yourself is risking your dog's health worth saving a few bucks?

https://www.fda.gov/animal-veteri...iomyopathy

https://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/docs/l...0119r1.pdf
Lol. Grain Free is way more money so I don't think people are buying grain free to save a buck. Weird how articles I've seen have not stated anything close to this for a grain free diet.
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Actually there from a peer reviewed scientific study there was NO, I repeat, NO link between CDM and grain free diets or legume diets.

https://www.petfoodprocessing.net...cm-in-dogs

There was merely an INVESTIGATION into it and the conclusion is that there's NO link.

I.E. it's SAFE

"BSM researchers noted that while the FDA has referenced many reported cases of DCM in dogs eating grain-free or legume-rich diets, the majority of these cases contained incomplete information. For example, integral data such as the dog's complete diet history, age or the presence of concurrent conditions were often missing.

Additionally, some of the reported cases were of dog breeds with a known genetic predisposition to DCM, which further confounds the claim of a dietary role. Genetic inheritance is the most commonly known cause of DCM in dogs, according to the BSM study.

Several other confounding variables were determined to have skewed data about what causes DCM in dogs leading up to this point, including insufficient samples sizes, nutrient bioavailability and synthesis discrepancies across canine breeds and sizes, and supplementary treating and feeding habits that could affect nutrition or nutrient absorption.

The article also details published research highlighting a number of other factors that could contribute to the presence of DCM. These include nutrient deficiencies, myocarditis, chronic tachycardia, and hypothyroid disease."
The TL;DR Is there is not direct evidentiary link. The paper does NOT say there is no link. It DOES say more study is needed.

The FDA's stance and that of veterinary community is there is no reason to feed a grain free diet because a) there is no benefit to grain free, b) there has been an uptick with cases of cardiomyopathy and this has been correlated with dogs on grain free diets

FDA's conclusion was the same, more study is needed. This paper (which is NOT a prospective study and does not supply any NEW evidence) says the same

All it's saying is what is obvious - correlation does not equal causation
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They are most certainly carnivores. Dogs belong within the order carnivora and have digestive tracts and teeth designed to consume mainly meat. Both biologically and classified scientifically.

Maybe you mean they're not obligate carnivores such as cats
When you state they are carnivores and not omnivores or herbivores, that's exactly what you are saying.
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Only 21% protein? Pass...
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