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Vegan And Vegetarian Cats And Dogs
by Vegan Lions Monday, Apr. 16, 2012 at 5:52 PM

Millions of dogs and cats have become vegetarian and vegan because of their human companions. Since the 1930's, taurine, an enzyme cats are said to need, has been synthetically available. Vegan and vegetarian pets have longer life expectancy, fewer blocked urethra and kidney problems, less cancer, food poisoning, arthritis etc.

2 of the many distributors of Ami, a vegan cat food made by an Italian company are and US does not as of this time take electronic checks... takes credit cards UK
US/CAN: 1-866-610-6004
Elsewhere: +1-905-473-5790
Markham, Ontario, Canada
Dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM – a heart disease) secondary to nutritional deficiencies of taurine and/or carnitine have been documented in golden retrievers, boxers, Doberman pinschers and cocker spaniels. ‘Giant’ canine breeds are also thought to be predisposed to DCM. Supplementation is advisable if doubt exists about dietary adequacy.

Green Leaf Vegan Distribution
Distributor (to retailers, but can advise on outlet locations) of the AmiDog and AmiCat products
Thornhill, Ontario, Canada

Harbingers of a New Age
Troy, MT, US
Manufacturer and supplier of vegecat, vegedog, vegekit, vegepup and vegeyeast nutritional supplements.

PetGuard Organics
Natural tinned vegan dog food "free of animal byproducts, artificial flavoring, coloring, sweeteners, corn, soy, wheat, and yeast."

Sacramento, CA, US
"Crunchy [dog] nuggets using only natural, healthy and wholesome ingredients and without the use of artificial colors or preservatives... approved by The Vegetarian Society... developed without the use of animal testing."
Waukesha, WI, US
US/CAN: 1-866-88-VEGAN
Elsewhere: +1-262-574-7761
International suppliers of a range of vegetarian pet food brands.

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