- High protein, contains all essential amino acids
- 100% natural ingredients with added vitamins & minerals
- No preservatives, chemicals and by-products
- No GMO ingredients
- Comes in ready-to-serve packaging
- Human grade
- No animal-based ingredients
- Environmental sustainable product
Oats & Chickpeas - Oats, Chickpeas, Pumpkin, Peas, Zucchini, Olive Oil, Roasted Peanuts, Natural Flavour (Vegan), Chia Seeds, Pea Protein, Blueberry, Cranberry, Turmeric, Choline Chloride, Dried Rosemary, Taurine, Mint, Ashwagandha Powder, Amla Powder, Moringa Powder, L-carnitine, Ginger, Nutritional Yeast flake, Vitamin (A, D2, E, B-Complex) & Minerals
Tofu & Quinoa - Barnyard Millet, Tofu, Black Bean, Quinoa, Spinach, Peas, Carrots, Roasted Peanuts, Canola Oil, Natural Flavour (Vegan), Flaxseeds, Pea Protein, Blueberry, Cranberry, Turmeric, Choline Chloride, Dried Dandelion greens, Taurine, Mint, Ashwagandha Powder, Amla Powder, Moringa Powder, L-carnitine, Ginger, Nutritional Yeast flake, Vitamin(A, D2, E, B-Complex) & Minerals
Brown Rice & Beans - Brown Rice, Kidney Beans, Mung Beans, Peas, Spinach, Olive Oil, Roasted Peanuts, Broccoli, Natural Flavour (Vegan), Pea Protein, Sunflower Seeds, Blueberry, Cranberry, Turmeric, Choline Chloride, Dried Thyme, Taurine, Mint, Ashwagandha Powder, Amla Powder, Moringa Powder, L-carnitine, Ginger, Nutritional Yeast flake, Vitamin (A, D2, E, B-Complex) & Minerals
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Absolutely! Dogs may be classified under the order carnivore, but their bodies are physiological omnivorous, for instance, their jaws can grind food in the way we do. Many of us believe that dogs are carnivores and like their ancestors (wolves) they should also be consuming meat. However, dogs have domesticated a long time ago and thousands of years separate our dogs from their ancestors. Compared to carnivorous wolves, omnivorous dogs have evolved a superior ability to metabolize carbohydrates. Biochemical adaptations facilitating this include increased gene expression for pancreatic amylase, the ability to convert maltose to glucose, and increased intestinal glucose uptake. Dogs are actually different from wolves; in fact, scientists believe that one of the physiological changes that helped dogs evolve alongside humans was the ability to digest starch. Dogs have differences in 10 key genes compared to wolves that enable them to better utilize plant-based foods than wolves can. The Swedish researchers published a paper that confirmed that compared with wolves; dogs have more copies of a gene called AMY2B, crucial for producing amylase, a primary enzyme that digests starch (carbohydrates). In dogs, amylase activity is around 30 times higher than in wolves. This study also proved that modern dogs have additional genetic changes that make them efficient carbohydrate users. Check out some of the research on vegan dogs here
We use plant-based superfood ingredients as the base of our nutritionally balanced formula. Freshwoof meals are formulated by canine nutrition experts and reviewed by veterinarians. All Freshwoof meals exceed the AAFCO nutritional requirements for adult dogs.
We have formulated Freshwoof meals to be nutritious as well as tasty. We constantly hear from our customers about how their dogs get excited during their mealtime for Freshwoof. To solve your problem we have also introduced the taster packs of 250 grams for each recipe. Let your dog taste and choose!
Switching food sounds like an easy task, right? Yes, of course, it is easy but you will need to make the transition to the new food the right way. Any time you decide to change your dog’s food, you should make the transition to the new diet gradually to give your dog’s body time to adjust to the change. Transitioning your dog to plant-based food is just like transitioning to any other new food. A period of 5-10 days is generally a good transition period. Read about the process here!
Yes! We work with a team of veterinary nutritionists and Food Technologists to make a complete and balanced plant-based diet for dogs.