Lacto-ovo-vegetarian dog food
Vegetarian dog food can be a good complement to pure meat. It may also be suitable for sensitive dogs with allergies. Being a lacto-ovo-vegetarian does not pose major nutritional challenges for either humans or dogs.
Always consult a veterinarian if you suspect an allergy.
In fact, eggs have the highest biological value of all the protein sources commonly used in many pet foods.
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Vegetables 10% (6% carrots, 6% parsnip, 5% peas, 5% tomato, 2% cassava, 2% sweet potato, 2% spinach, 2% fennel, 2% zucchini) 10% cottage cheese, 8% egg powder, 3% oatmeal, 2% sunflower oil, 2% flaxseed oil, 3% blueberries, 1% minerals, 1% brewer’s yeast, 0,1% yucca, 0,1% cranberries
6.5% crude protein, 6% crude fat, 2.2% ash, 1.20% crude fiber, 72% water
|Dog’s weight in kg||Daily portion (g/day)|
This table is to be seen as a guide, the donor may vary depending on the dog’s physical status, genetics, age etc. Always have access to fresh water.