Vegan dog food

Vegan

Halo® Natural Vegan Dog Food & Vegan Dog Treats

A complete and balanced non-meat diet for dogs 

Can dogs be vegan? Unlike cats, who are obligate carnivores, dogs can be fed a vegan diet as long as it's high quality and nutritionally balanced like Halo® Garden of Vegan® dog food.

Halo’s vegan dog food and vegan dog treats are great alternatives for a protein sensitive dog because they don't contain any meat, dairy, corn, or wheat. Our Garden of Vegan® products are also great for families with a vegan lifestyle or those who are incorporating more plant-based meals into their diet and want to share the healthy goodness with their dog. 

Garden of Vegan® dry vegan dog food and canned vegan dog food are made with chickpeas, non-GMO vegetables and fruits, and nourishing oils, providing a nutritionally balanced diet made with the finest quality ingredients and NO rice. Our completely plant-based protein comes from whole grains, green peas, and chickpeas.

Halo wet food and dry food each deliver—on their own—all of your dog's nutritional needs. If you feed your dog dry kibble, our preference for optimal pet health is to include some wet food each day for added hydration.

Our vegan dog treats—mouth-watering Peanut n' Pumpkin Biscuits and delicious Sweet Potato, Carrot & Quinoa Cookies—are perfect for all good dogs—especially dogs with protein sensitivities because they are free from meat, dairy, corn, and wheat, the top four allergens.

Need proof that dogs love Garden of Vegan®?  After readers cast 1 million votes in the VegNews prestigious Veggie Awards—the largest survey of vegan products in the world—Halo Garden of Vegan® jumped ahead of the competition to be named the “Best Dog Food”.

Winner, 2018 Veggie Awards

Did you know that eating vegan once a week reduces your carbon pawprint?

Halo Garden of Vegan®

A holistic alternative diet for protein sensitive dogs

 

All fruits and vegetables are sourced from farmland that prohibits the use of Genetically Modified Seeds. Learn more about our commitment to non-GMO.

FAQs About Vegan Dog Food & Treats

  • Dogs are omnivores, meaning they can get their nutrients from either plant or animal sources. Halo Garden of Vegan® provides dogs with an alternative to a meat based diet that delivers equivalent essential nutrients and is complete and balanced for dogs.

    Many users of Halo Garden of Vegan feed their dogs this recipe either because they wish to extend their own vegan lifestyle to that of their companion animal, or because their dogs are experiencing allergic reactions to common meat based dog food recipes.

  • Yes. Dogs are omnivores (not obligate carnivores, like cats). The nutritional value of a dog diet is measured by its essential amino acids—the building blocks of protein—not by the protein type. Halo's Garden of Vegan® delivers all these essential nutrients through meat-free protein, and is a complete and balanced recipe.

  • We recommend Halo's Garden of Vegan dog food for dogs one year old and up.

  • Pet parents may choose to feed their dog a vegan dog food because it is a holistic alternative diet for protein-sensitive dogs. (And Halo Garden of Vegan® doesn't use any rice so it's a completely plant-based protein from whole grains, green peas, and chickpeas.) It is also an option for vegan pet parents who would like to include their dogs in their meatless lifestyle, or anyone who wants to reduce their carbon paw print, since avoiding meat even one day a week can make a positive impact on the environment.

  • Cats cannot eat a vegan diet, because they are obligate carnivores—meaning they need to eat meat to get a complete and balanced diet.