So I've been doing some reading lately and there are a lot of sites claiming that dogs who live a vegetarian lifestyle are often healthier than a standard dog. Having less chance at suffering stuff like heart problems or of getting cancer, less likely to have organ failure and so on - basically the same boons to a human being vegetarian. The thing is, the Guinness Book of World Records actually somewhat seems to support the theory due to their consideration of one such bitch as the oldest living canine. Female Border Collie "Bramble" (currently the 6th longest living dog on record) who lived 27 years and 211 days, she doesn't hold the number one position, but 27 years is still a very long time for a dog to live.
My question is, has anyone ever attempted or witnessed someone feeding their dog an all vegetarian diet? If so how would you say the results prospered?
5 years, 10 months ago
17 Jan 2013 23:04 CET