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– Nutritional study:
– Study published in 2004 in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association
– Evaluated two commercial vegetarian pet foods for nutritional adequacy
– Concluded both foods had multiple nutritional inadequacies, particularly taurine
Vitamin A level was high but within safe intake limits
– Manufacturer attributed results to a manufacturing error and inaccurate nutrient profile

– See also:
Vegetarian and vegan dog diet
– Information on dog food with a vegetarian and vegan focus
– Details about cat food with a vegetarian and vegan diet
– Additional resources related to vegetarianism and veganism

– References:
– Source: Compassion Circle, September 9, 2019
– Study by Gray, CM; Sellon, RK; Freeman, LM in 2004
– Manufacturer response from Evolution Diet and Harbingers of a New Age
– Additional resources from Viva! Health
– Various works and authors related to vegetarianism and veganism

– Categories:
– Cat food brands
– Dog food brands
– Vegan pet food brands
Vegetable stubs
– Brand name products stubs

– Hidden categories:
– Articles with short description
– Short description matches Wikidata
– Articles with topics of unclear notability from December 2021
– Official website not in Wikidata
– All stub articles

Vegepet (Wikipedia)

Vegepet is a line of dietary supplement products for dogs and cats being fed a vegan diet, sold by Compassion Circle.

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