|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Dried Peas, Pea Protein, Brown Rice...||Peas, Pea Protein, Sweet Potato...||Oats, Peas, Chickpeas...||Oats, Peas, Chickpeas...||Oats, Soybean Meal, Rice...|
|Special Diet||Gluten Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Vegan, Vegetarian, With Grain||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, Sensitive Digestion, Vegan, Vegetarian||High-Protein, Limited Ingredient Diet, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...||High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Vegan...||Gluten Free, Vegetarian, Chicken-Free, With Grain|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds|
|Food Flavor||Fruits & Vegetables||Fruits & Vegetables, Sweet Potato||Fruits & Vegetables||Fruits & Vegetables||Fruits & Vegetables|
|Food Form||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food|
|Health Feature||—||—||Skin & Coat Health, Vitamins & Minerals, Allergy Relief||Vitamins & Minerals, Allergy Relief||Digestive Health, Heart Care, Itch & Redness Remedy|
Wow what a rip off this brand and product have become!! It’s made out of Vegetables i thought?? That grow alll year round and are so cheap ! but this brand chose to become not just greedy but disgustingly greedy. Now we have to go back to buying meat bc it’s cheaper than this who knows what it’s made of overpriced kibble. Way to support vegan options vdog. Losing customers left and right. Terrible business and brand.
Wow. We are set for a long time! I like V-dog kibble. Thanks! I got a big sealed canister to keep the kibble safe and dry. Bean likes the kibble as a treat too.
We are transitioning our rescue pup from Science Diet Adult to this V-dog kibble. We've only had her for a couple of weeks, but don't get the feeling that she is too picky with food/flavors. She LOVES this kibble- we just got a food maze to slow down mealtime and she also loves these are training treats! REALLY happy to support an animal-free diet from a company who is passionate about all animals and our planet! 10/10!
Our Habenese Poodle is a bundle of health and energy! He loves V-dog and other plant-based dog foods I buy through Chewy. Thank you!
I just had to take my dog to an emergency vet for pooping out blood. They ran a bunch of tests she has adema around her feet and an enlarged heart. And it's all because of this kind of dog food that I've been feeding her! Read other reviews on Google. It has actually killed dogs before. And now my poor dog is going threw it. They shouldn't even be allowed to sell it!
I am so happy to find vegetarian and vegan options for my pups. How can I try to make my dogs happy, when other animals suffer so violently? Roxi's allergies have been so much better since the dietary change, as dogs frequently have allergies to chicken and beef ingredients.
My pup has a protein allergy that has in the past required she consume a hydrolyzed protein kibble made by Royal Canin. This requires a prescription from her vet and is very expensive ($136 for a 24lb bag) my pup is a 60lb American Staffordshire Terrier, so she eats a lot of food and it doesnt take much to go through a bag of kibble, not only that but we were also dealing with supply issues both from the vet and any online stores that carried the food. Now with this food, not only are we saving close to $45 a bag, but her coat and skin look even better than it did with her eating the Royal Canin HP kibble. She likes the flavor too so I never had to struggle with her to eat when we made the switch. This is a great product and even her vet said she was impressed at the ingredient profile.
My 3 y/o lab mix loves this stuff and has been doing great on it for two years. We tried Wild Earth first and she obviously wanted her old meat based food back. Once we got vdog there were no more issues and she was very happy with it on its own.
I’m a pretty skeptical person so I require info. I reached out to VDog this morning and by noon I had a response. The price hike and size change are apt as they improved bioavailability and included more important nutrients. They also improved packaging. Add all that to all the price hikes due to the war in Ukraine messing with gas prices this all makes perfect sense also no company has been this attentive to my queries than v dog. Lighten up and get the food
I have had 3 dogs on V-dog. 2 have crossed the bridge well beyond average mortality for their breeds. Anyway, I'm not a vegan but I always got this because my dogs have done well on it. Firm stools always. Never the runny poops like they used to get and the poops don't smell as bad. Even my picky eater preferred it over the other high end kibble that they were on previously. So it's not a moral or ethical or environmental motive- it was simply that my dogs have done well on it. It's also easy to get ahold of the owner of the company if you have any sort of complaint. And that leads me to the reasons why I deducted 1 star. The primary issue is the shrinkflation and the price. Although she did have compelling reasons for doing it and for logistical reasons, 24 lbs just makes more sense than 30 lbs. And I know this because I'm in logistics, the shipping companies are charging crazy fees for what they deem to be oversize now. It didn't used to be oversize but now it is and that could end up costing another fifteen bucks to the shipper or some crazy high surcharge. So I don't actually think they tried to pull a fast one on consumers. Heck, they even sent out an email warning about it in advance. I don't remember hellmans doing that when they hollowed out the inside of their bottles of mayo. My other complaint and this is nothing to do with the company or this vegan food in particular but their coats are a little dull and dry. Might be rectified by some fish oil if you aren't vegan or if you are pescatarian. Not sure if algal oil would work. The price has gotten high and that's caused me to compare other dog food and what I'm finding is that they're all high now and it's in line with, or even less than premium kibbles.