V-Dog Recall History and Pet Food Brand Info

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 No V-Dog recalls to date.

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Brand Name: V-Dog
Product Lines:
V-Dog Kinder Kibble, Breathbones, Wiggle Biscuits
Company:
V-Dog
Headquarters:
San Francisco, California, United States
Website:
https://v-dog.com
Phone:
888-280-8364
Email:
[email protected]

V-Dog Company Overview

The company was started in 2005 in California by a vegan family. Their inspiration was their 2 rescued dogs who were fed a vegan diet.

The products do not use any meat but instead use vegetables such as peas and other ingredients, like canola oil and brewer’s yeast. The products are made animal-cruelty free and environmentally friendly.

Feeding a dog a vegan or vegetarian diet can be a controversial decision — always discuss dietary changes with your veterinarian.

Has There Ever Been a V-Dog Recall?

There has never been a V-Dog recall, according to our research.

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