According to Vegepet, their recipes meet nutrient levels established by the Association of American Feed Control Officials' Nutrient Profiles.
- Supplements: Vegecat, Vegecat pH, Vegekit
- Premix: Vegecat KibbleMix
- Premix: Vegedog
In 2004, a study published in the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association evaluated two commercial vegetarian pet foods for nutritional adequacy, which included Vegecat KibbleMix supplement. The study concluded that both Vegecat KibbleMix and the other vegetarian pet food had multiple nutritional inadequacies, particularly taurine, when compared against the AAFCO minimal nutrient profile for cat diets. Vitamin A level leaned high but was still within the AAFCO maximum safe intake. In an apologetic reply, the manufacturer of Vegecat attributed the test results to a manufacturing error during the mixing process and an inaccurate nutrient profile of a food yeast, and asserted they were taking steps to correct the problems.
As of 2018, a vegan dog food feeding trial has been underway in California.
- "Cats". Archived from the original on 2008-02-27. Retrieved 2008-02-26.
- PETA Media Center > Factsheets > Meatless Meals for Dogs and Cats
- Gray, CM; Sellon, RK; Freeman, LM. (2004). "Nutritional adequacy of two vegan diets for cats". JAVMA. 225 (11): 1670–5. doi:10.2460/javma.2004.225.1670. PMID 15626215. Retrieved 2007-06-24.
- Manufacturer response: Evolution Diet and Harbingers of a New Age
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