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Freshwoof Plant Power Gently Baked Veg Dog Food

Plant Based Hypoallergenic Dog Food, Gently Baked To Preserve Natural Goodness. Made With A Blend Of 25+ Superfood Plant Based Ingredients And Essential Nutrients. No Fillers, Nasties Or Artificial Preservatives, Colors Or Flavours. Just A Delicious And Deeply Nourishing Meal Fit For Your Furry Kid.

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Vet Formulated
100% Plant Based
No Preservatives
Complete & Balanced

28+ Plant Based Superfoods with Unique & Powerful Benefits

Freshwoof vegan dog food is formulated with nutrient-packed vegetables, fruits, ancient grains & seeds, and a blend of essential vitamins, minerals, herbs, and botanicals. Each ingredient is carefully chosen to enhance your dog's health and vitality, bolstering and nurturing their essential bodily functions.
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Pumpkin

Packed with antioxidants, vitamin A, E & C. Rich in fiber, and digestive enzymes supporting digestive health.
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Dandelion

Offers potential benefits including liver support and aiding digestion due to its rich antioxidant content and potential diuretic properties
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Dried Yeast

Contain 40% protein & offers a rich source of B vitamins, supporting energy production and muscle growth and maintenance
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Chickpeas

Provide essential amino acids and essential minerals such as iron, magnesium, and zinc, supporting various bodily functions.
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Pomegranate

Rich in antioxidants like punicalagins and anthocyanins, supporting heart health, reducing inflammation, and boosting overall immunity.
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Marine Algae

Packed with omega-3 fatty acids (DHA & EPA), vitamins & antioxidants, supporting heart health, cognitive function, and overall vitality
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Flaxseeds

Potent source of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), a type of omega-3 fatty acid, anti-inflammatory, supporting heart health, and promoting brain function.
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Blueberries

Packed with antioxidants, particularly anthocyanins, which combat oxidative stress, protecting cells from damage and promoting overall vitality.
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Ashwagandha

Has anti-inflammatory properties, help reducing anxiety, improving skin health, and promoting healthy digestion
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Millets

Rich in protein, calcium, iron, zinc, lipids, dietary fiber, and micronutrients. Supports digestive health, aids in weight management, and promotes heart health
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Chamomile

Combat stress, promote relaxation, and enhance overall resilience, making it a valuable ally for managing modern-day pressures and supporting holistic well-being
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Turmeric

Potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant rich that support joint health, aid in digestion, promote heart health, and may even contribute to brain health and boosting immunity
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Beetroot

Rich in antioxidants, potassium, iron, folate, manganese, and vitamin C. Support liver detoxification, and promote healthy digestion
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Oats

Powerhouse, providing a rich source of fiber, protein, vitamins, and minerals. Aid in weight management, boost digestion, and provide sustained energy release.
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Pumpkin

Packed with antioxidants, vitamin A, E & C. Rich in fiber, and digestive enzymes supporting digestive health.
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Dandelion

Offers potential benefits including liver support and aiding digestion due to its rich antioxidant content and potential diuretic properties
9-min.png

Dried Yeast

Contain 40% protein & offers a rich source of B vitamins, supporting energy production and muscle growth and maintenance
10-min.png

Chickpeas

Provide essential amino acids and essential minerals such as iron, magnesium, and zinc, supporting various bodily functions.
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Pomegranate

Rich in antioxidants like punicalagins and anthocyanins, supporting heart health, reducing inflammation, and boosting overall immunity.
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Marine Algae

Packed with omega-3 fatty acids (DHA & EPA), vitamins & antioxidants, supporting heart health, cognitive function, and overall vitality
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Flaxseeds

Potent source of alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), a type of omega-3 fatty acid, anti-inflammatory, supporting heart health, and promoting brain function.
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Blueberries

Packed with antioxidants, particularly anthocyanins, which combat oxidative stress, protecting cells from damage and promoting overall vitality.
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Ashwagandha

Has anti-inflammatory properties, help reducing anxiety, improving skin health, and promoting healthy digestion
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Millets

Rich in protein, calcium, iron, zinc, lipids, dietary fiber, and micronutrients. Supports digestive health, aids in weight management, and promotes heart health
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Chamomile

Combat stress, promote relaxation, and enhance overall resilience, making it a valuable ally for managing modern-day pressures and supporting holistic well-being
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Turmeric

Potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant rich that support joint health, aid in digestion, promote heart health, and may even contribute to brain health and boosting immunity
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Beetroot

Rich in antioxidants, potassium, iron, folate, manganese, and vitamin C. Support liver detoxification, and promote healthy digestion
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Oats

Powerhouse, providing a rich source of fiber, protein, vitamins, and minerals. Aid in weight management, boost digestion, and provide sustained energy release.
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Vet Formulated

"Freshwoof has been expertly formulated to deliver balanced nutrition, providing essential amino acids, vitamins, and minerals for dogs. Combining over 30 powerful plant-based, human-grade ingredients, it supports optimal health and vitality. As a veterinary nutritionist, I highly recommend Freshwoof for your dog's overall well-being!"

- Dr. Blake Hawley

DVM, USA having 32+ Years of experience in Pet Nutrition & Pet Food Formulation

Vet Formulated

"Freshwoof has been expertly formulated to deliver balanced nutrition, providing essential amino acids, vitamins, and minerals for dogs. Combining over 30 powerful plant-based, human-grade ingredients, it supports optimal health and vitality. As a veterinary nutritionist, I highly recommend Freshwoof for your dog's overall well-being!"

- Dr. Blake Hawley

DVM, USA having 32+ Years of experience in Pet Nutrition & Pet Food Formulation

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Is Your Dog Suffering from Food Allergies?

Our Hypoallergenic Plant Powered Dog Food Offers A Perfect Solution For Pets With Food Allergies, Sensitive Stomach, Itching, Skin Issues Or Food Intolerances. Free From Common Allergens, Our Carefully Crafted Formula Provides Essential Nutrients While Promoting Overall Health And Well-being. Try Our Plant Power -gently Baked Dog Food Today And See The Difference In Your Pet's Happiness And Vitality!
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Superfoods For Superdogs

Freshwoof vegan dog food is formulated with nutrient-packed vegetables, fruits, ancient grains & seeds, and a blend of essential vitamins, minerals, herbs, and botanicals. Each ingredient is carefully chosen to enhance your dog's health and vitality, bolstering and nurturing their essential bodily functions.

28% Clean & Complete Protein

Complete Amino Acid Profile, Highly Digestible Protein Derived From Chickpeas, Dried Yeast, Lentils, And Pea Protein

Prebiotics, Fiber & Herbs For Healthy Digestion

Enhanced with Prebiotics & Fiber for Improved Digestive Health & Nutrient Absoption.

Herbs & Botanicals for Overall Wellness

Enriched with Ashwagandha, Chamomile, Thyme, Turmeric, Dandelion Greens, Cilantro and Rosemary for Optimal Vitality

Omega 3-6-9 for Better Skin & Coat

Rich in Omega 3-6-9, DHA & EPA for Healthy Skin, Lustrous Coat and Brain Health

Antioxidants for Longetivity

Packed with Powerful Antioxidants from Blueberry, Cranberry, Pomegranate, Carrots and Beetroot

Essential Minerals for Stronger Bones

Supports Strong Bones with Added Calcium, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Vitamin D and Vitamin E

Plant Based Nutrition Backed By
Multiple International Studies

Vegan versus meat-based dog food: Guardian-reported indicators of health

Andrew Knight, Eason Huang, Nicholas Rai and Hazel Brown
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An experimental meat-free diet maintained haematological characteristics in sprint-racing sled dogs

Wendy Y Brown, Barbara A Vanselow, Andrew J Redman, John R Pluske (Animal Science, School of Environmental and Rural Science, University of New England, Australia)
View

Vegetarian versus Meat-Based Diets for Companion Animals

by Andrew Knight and Madelaine Leitsberger, Centre for Animal Welfare, University of Winchester, Winchester UK
View

Amylase activity is associated with AMY2B copy numbers in dog: implications for dog domestication, diet & diabetes

by Maja Arendt, Tove Fall, Kerstin Lindblad-Toh, and Erik Axelsson (Department of Medical Biochemistry and Microbiology, Uppsala University, Sweden | Department of Medical Sciences, Sweden | Broad Institute of Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard, Cambridge, USA
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Amy2B copy number variation reveals starch diet adaptations in ancient European dogs

by Morgane Ollivier, Anne Tresset, Fabiola Bastian, Laetitia Lagoutte, Erik Axelsson, Maja-Louise Arendt, Adrian Bălăşescu, Marjan Marshour, Mikhail V. Sablin, Laure Salanova, Jean-Denis Vigne, Christophe Hitte and Catherine Hänni
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Effects of six carbohydrate sources on dog diet digestibility and post-prandial glucose and insulin response

A C Carciofi, F S Takakura, L D de-Oliveira, E Teshima, J T Jeremias, M A Brunetto and F Prada (Department of Veterinary Clinic and Surgery, Sao Paulo State University, Brazil)
View

Evaluation of selected high-starch flours as ingredients in canine diets

S M Murray , G C Fahey Jr, N R Merchen, G D Sunvold, G A Reinhart (Department of Animal Sciences, University of Illinois, USA.)
View

Use of Legumes and Yeast as Novel Dietary Protein Sources in Extruded Canine Diets

Lauren M. Reilly, Fei He, Sandra L. Rodriguez-Zas, Bruce R. Southey, Jolene M. Hoke, Gary M. Davenport, Maria R. C. de Godoy (Department of Animal Sciences, University of Illinois, USA)
View

227 Apparent & true digestibility of minerals in animal and vegetable ingredient based adult maintenance dog food

by C. L. Cargo-Froom, A. K. Shoveller, M. Z. Fan | 
Journal of Animal Science, Oxford Academic
View

Amino acid digestibility of mildly cooked vegan dog foods using the precision-fed cecectomized and conventional rooster assays

Leah J Roberts, Patricia M Oba, Pamela L Utterback, Carl M Parsons, and Kelly S (Department of Animal Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA)
View

Genomic signature of dog domestication reveals adaptation to a starch-rich diet

View

Vegan versus meat-based dog food: Guardian-reported indicators of health

Andrew Knight, Eason Huang, Nicholas Rai and Hazel Brown
View

An experimental meat-free diet maintained haematological characteristics in sprint-racing sled dogs

Wendy Y Brown, Barbara A Vanselow, Andrew J Redman, John R Pluske (Animal Science, School of Environmental and Rural Science, University of New England, Australia)
View

Vegetarian versus Meat-Based Diets for Companion Animals

by Andrew Knight and Madelaine Leitsberger, Centre for Animal Welfare, University of Winchester, Winchester UK
View

Amylase activity is associated with AMY2B copy numbers in dog: implications for dog domestication, diet & diabetes

by Maja Arendt, Tove Fall, Kerstin Lindblad-Toh, and Erik Axelsson (Department of Medical Biochemistry and Microbiology, Uppsala University, Sweden | Department of Medical Sciences, Sweden | Broad Institute of Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard, Cambridge, USA
View

Amy2B copy number variation reveals starch diet adaptations in ancient European dogs

by Morgane Ollivier, Anne Tresset, Fabiola Bastian, Laetitia Lagoutte, Erik Axelsson, Maja-Louise Arendt, Adrian Bălăşescu, Marjan Marshour, Mikhail V. Sablin, Laure Salanova, Jean-Denis Vigne, Christophe Hitte and Catherine Hänni
View

Effects of six carbohydrate sources on dog diet digestibility and post-prandial glucose and insulin response

A C Carciofi, F S Takakura, L D de-Oliveira, E Teshima, J T Jeremias, M A Brunetto and F Prada (Department of Veterinary Clinic and Surgery, Sao Paulo State University, Brazil)
View

Evaluation of selected high-starch flours as ingredients in canine diets

S M Murray , G C Fahey Jr, N R Merchen, G D Sunvold, G A Reinhart (Department of Animal Sciences, University of Illinois, USA.)
View

Use of Legumes and Yeast as Novel Dietary Protein Sources in Extruded Canine Diets

Lauren M. Reilly, Fei He, Sandra L. Rodriguez-Zas, Bruce R. Southey, Jolene M. Hoke, Gary M. Davenport, Maria R. C. de Godoy (Department of Animal Sciences, University of Illinois, USA)
View

227 Apparent & true digestibility of minerals in animal and vegetable ingredient based adult maintenance dog food

by C. L. Cargo-Froom, A. K. Shoveller, M. Z. Fan | 
Journal of Animal Science, Oxford Academic
View

Amino acid digestibility of mildly cooked vegan dog foods using the precision-fed cecectomized and conventional rooster assays

Leah J Roberts, Patricia M Oba, Pamela L Utterback, Carl M Parsons, and Kelly S (Department of Animal Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA)
View

Genomic signature of dog domestication reveals adaptation to a starch-rich diet

View

Gently Baked In Small Batches To Retain The Nutritional Integrity Of Ingredients

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We take Wholesome Plant Based Ingredients
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Gently Bake At Low Temperature In Small Batches To Lock In Nutrients
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And Deliver To You And Your Pup In A Convenient And Recyclable Package

FAQ

Who formulates Freshwoof Gently Baked formula?
Freshwoof Plant power gently baked formula is formulated by a team of experienced veterinary nutritionists and food scientists who are dedicated to creating nutritionally balanced, complete and delicious plant-based pet food options. We work closely with these experts to ensure that every product meets the highest standards of quality, safety, and nutritional integrity.
Does Freshwoof have complete & quality protein?
Yes, Freshwoof products are carefully formulated to provide complete proteins sourced from a variety of quality plant-based ingredients like chickpeas, dried yeast, pea protein & lentils. Freshwoof is designed to deliver all the essential amino acids your pet needs to thrive, supporting muscle development & maintenance, energy levels, and overall health.
Does Freshwoof contain Taurine and Vitamin D3?
Absolutely. Freshwoof is committed to providing all the essential nutrients your pet needs for optimal health, including cleaner and bioavilable source of Taurine and vitamin D3.
Are there any potential health benefits associated with feeding pets a plant-based diet?
Yes, plant-based diets for pets have been associated with various health benefits, including improved gut health, reduced risk of allergies & obesity, stronger immune system and better heart health, and enhanced coat & skin health. Additionally, Plant based foods are  jam packed with antioxidants and phytonutrients to boost your dog’s health and help them live longer.
How do I transition my dog to Freshwoof, and what should I expect during the transition process?
We recommend a gradual transition (similar to what you would do when transitioning your dog to any other new food) to Freshwoof over the course of 5-10 days to minimize digestive upset and ensure a smooth adjustment for your pet. Start by mixing a small amount of Freshwoof baked food with your pet's current diet, gradually increasing the proportion of Freshwoof baked food while decreasing the old diet. Feel free to contact us if you have any concerns.
Can plant-based pet food help with certain health conditions in pets, such as allergies or digestive issues?
Yes, plant-based pet food may offer relief for pets with certain health conditions, such as food allergies or sensitivities to common animal proteins. Our hypoallergenic formula is free from common allergens and packed with fiber and prebiotics, making them an excellent choice for pets with dietary sensitivities.
Aren’t dogs supposed to eat meat?
Dogs are scientifically classified as omnivores, meaning they can derive nutrition from both plant and animal sources. Dogs can thrive on a well-balanced diet that includes a variety of protein sources, including plant-based proteins Freshwoof plant-based dog food is carefully formulated to provide all the nutrients your dog needs for optimal health and vitality. Various studies have shown that dogs can efficiently digest and utilize nutrients from plant-based sources, including protein, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals. Additionally, research has demonstrated that dogs fed a balanced plant-based diet have better cardio vascular health, gut health, better body score, stronger immunity and lower risk of diseases like cancer. Plant-based diets can also be beneficial for dogs with food sensitivities or allergies to common animal proteins, providing a hypoallergenic alternative that supports digestive health.
How much should I feed my dogs?
Feeding guidelines vary depending on factors such as your dog's age, weight, activity level, and individual dog’s metabolism. As a general rule, we recommend following the feeding guidelines provided on our packaging, which are tailored to meet the nutritional needs of adult dogs. For customised feedings based on your dog’s age, weight, activity level you can contact us through WhatsApp (+91 8608601196) or email (hello@freshwoof.com).  If you have specific questions or concerns, feel free to ping us!
Is Freshwoof Baked formula 100% Plant-Based / Vegan?
Yes!  Freshwoof Baked formula is 100% vegan / plant-based. It is crafted without the use of any animal-derived ingredients, ensuring that every product we offer aligns with our values of promoting your dog’s health, compassion, nutritional integrity, environmental responsibility, and animal welfare. We exclusively obtain our B12, Taurine, and Vitamin D3 from vegan sources.
Do you have a question that is not in this FAQ?
If you or your dog has a question for us, or you’d just like more information about our product, drop us an email at hello@freshwoof.com or Whatsapp us at +91 8608601196
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