Well considering my dogs aren't vegetarian and there is no point for them to be...No. In fact, Zoey eats a carnivorous diet of raw muscle meat, organ meat and bone. No fruits, veggies, grains, ect. Those things caused yeast infections over her whole body therefore being useless additions to her diet, something that would make up ALL of her diet on a vegetarian food. (Which would lead to nothing but medical bills and suffering for her!)
Only thing I'd find it half useful for would be to supplement real meat for those who feel that the non-animal products in this food would be useful to their dogs diet without having to feed them fresh which some dogs don't take very well to and/or for the added vitamins in the food if they feel they can't "balance" a real diet. Even then I feel if you're going to feed kibble and meat, just go for a regular kibble with meat in it. I wouldn't JUST feed a vegetarian kibble by it's self. JM2C.
As for guarantee of living twice as long, do you get a refund for all the food you buy if the dog dies "early"? What about medical bill coverages if the dog has problems on it? I mean "twice as long" for our breed would be roughly 18-24 years. Heck, many small breeds average 15+ years. Does this mean they'll live to 30+ years old?? Where are all the dogs at to prove these double lifespan claims?! :O
Are you interested in feeding a vegetarian diet? Is there any specific reason? If someone absolutely HAD to feed a vegetarian diet because they couldn't stand the thought of the "poor animals dying" then I'd at least put forth the effort to research and make your own diet than feeding kibbles that are mostly soy.
Last edited by ChancetheGSD; 11-25-2012 at 02:05 PM.