V-dog, a leading national dog food company committed to providing 100 percent vegan products, celebrates 15 years of offering premier plant-based nutrition for dogs with a 15th Birthday Paw-ty event and campaign during the company’s fourth annual Vegan Dog Month in July.
V-dog launched Vegan Dog Month in 2017 to energize and inform pooch parents around the country and give back to customers and supporters through contests, giveaways and fun live events. This year’s Vegan Dog Month campaign commemorates v-dog’s 15th anniversary.
“We love that we’re able to combine these two big events in 2020,” said Lindsay Rubin, vice president of v-dog. “Vegan Dog Month is such a great opportunity for v-dog to really make a statement of what we do and what we stand for. The fact that we’ve been providing top vegan dog nutrition for 15 years shows that dogs can enjoy and thrive on a plant-based diet – and their human companions know they can trust us to deliver the highest quality cruelty-free products.”
To mark v-dog’s 15th birthday and Vegan Dog Month, the company has scheduled the following events and opportunities for July:
V-dog’s Birthday Paw-ty giveaway lasts all month and offers a chance to win a year-long supply of v-dog kibble and lots of treats.
Instagram vegan dog challenges will celebrate amazing, everyday vegan dogs while having a little fun and offering another chance to win prizes.
Various real-time collaborations with influencers to drive conversations about the health and happiness of vegan dogs.
Tips for how to celebrate your own vegan dog, including a special puppy-cake recipe.
“We celebrate the health and happiness of vegan dogs year-round, but this month is extra-special for v-dog,” Rubin said. “Vegan Dog Month is a fun way to engage with our customers and people who are curious about plant-based diets for dogs. We’re dedicated to giving them the best products and service – it’s because of their commitment that we’re celebrating this special milestone this month.”
For more information about v-dog, the benefits of plant-based food for dogs and Vegan Dog Month, please visit v-dog.com.