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 lacto-ovo-vegetarian does not pose major nutritional challenges for either humans or dogs.
In fact, eggs have the highest biological value of all protein sources that are commonly used in many pet foods.
Read more on our blog -> Can dogs eat vegetarian?
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% cranberry
6.5% protein, 6% fat, 2.2% ash, 1.20% fiber, 72% water
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This table is to be considered as guidance, the amount may vary depending on the dog’s physical status, genetics, age, etc. Always have access to fresh water.