Can our pets get involved in Veganuary?

Easy ways to involve your pets in Veganuary this month! 

January is the month of new beginnings, fresh starts, resolutions and change. It’s a wonderful time to say goodbye to the old you and welcome in this new, fresh and ready you. Veganuary encourages people to not only think about their health but to also think about our planet, and it is a great way to get your year started off on a positive and rewarding foot! And whether you need the extra support or not, we can also get our pets involved in Veganuary too, and it can also be a very healthy new year resolution for them! 

Dogs and cats are both carnivores, and in order to sustain a healthy and active lifestyle, they require meat, however, they do not need to eat meat at every single meal or even every single day. If you consider their time spent in the wild they might have gone days sometimes even weeks without a catch and would otherwise survive on natural ingredients like fruit and vegetables. Today, we have an abundance of natural food that we can cook and adapt into a very healthy meal for our pets. Cats and dogs can both eat and benefit from raw and cooked vegetables such as carrots, potatoes, broccoli and cucumber. They are packed full of vitamins and minerals that are highly beneficial to our pets' health. 

To get a more in depth look at the types of vegetables we can feed our dogs and the benefits of each, go to our blog post here

Another great way to support Veganuary and your pets' health is with healthy treat alternatives. Meat treats, although delicious, aren't always the best for your dog's health, and they aren’t always best for the planet. Healthy pet treat alternatives that are great for your pets health and for the planet can include things like strawberries, apricots, bananas and pears. They provide a naturally sweet boost of serotonin, making your pet feel happy, and are rich in vitamins and minerals that are good for your pet.  To find out more about the types of fruit you can feed your dog, go to our blog post here

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