Karma dog food bag on counter next to scoop of kibbles

A Vegetarian on Why She’s Switching her dogs to KARMA Dog Food

About the Author:

Tay is a lawyer, dog mom, and lifestyle content creator based in NYC. On her Instagram account she chronicles her life with her lovable pup Gus and shares various tips to help other dog parents live their best dog-friendly life. Follow along at @gusandtaytakenyc.

As a lifelong vegetarian, the plant-based lifestyle is all I know. I love including my dog in all aspects of my life, so I am very excited to team up with KARMA™ - a new plant-first dog food option- so that my dog can start his very own plant-first diet journey.

KARMA™ dog food offers a plant-first alternative that provides adult dogs with plant-based superfoods and high-quality protein. KARMA™ pet food is made with 60+% plants, plus real chicken or white fish, for the optimal balance of nutrition and flavor.

My dog deserves nothing but the best, so I love the fact that KARMA™ pet food is made with many of the same high-quality ingredients that my husband and I eat daily ourselves. Gus really enjoys the KARMA™ pet food plant-first recipe with chicken. We followed the guidance offered by KARMA™ when first introducing KARMA™ pet food into his diet, which helped make the transition very smooth and seamless.

KARMA™ believes that everyone, including our four-legged friends, can play a role in creating a more sustainable world. When pets eat healthy meals, they live happy lives.

If you are interested in learning more tips for sustainable pet parenting, be sure to join the Karma Kollective, which is a digital community of pets and their owners that are committed to helping the planet through good deeds. The Karma Kollective seeks to connect dogs and owners on a mission to spread good vibes through performing simple acts that lead to greener lifestyles.

As a member of the Karma Kollective online community, you are able to receive and exchange tips on leading a more sustainable lifestyle. You can sign up at KarmaPetFoods.com/Kollective

**Disclaimer: You should consult with a certified vet before making any changes to your dog’s diet.