Embedded Image

Vegan Gets Absolutely Destroyed On Tumblr After Giving Their Dog A Meatless Diet

By

Oct. 28 2018, Updated 8:39 p.m. ET

I have nothing against Vegans. Sure they're the butt of everyone's jokes, but that's not really because of their lifestyle, just their superior, holier-than-thou attitude about how everyone else in the world is evil for eating fish and chicken. If you want to be Vegan, more power to you! I'm sure you can lead a healthy lifestyle and there are plenty of people who have proven they can, due to human biology. 

 Dog biology, however, is very different. And it pisses me off to think that some Vegans force their lifestyle on pets who are carnivorous by nature. 

Article continues below advertisement

Like this person who posted a sad looking picture of her dog on Tumblr, boasting about how happy they are to eat the vegan meal they prepared. The owner wrote, "On the menu for Maggie tonight is puréed sweet potato, puréed brown rice, sprouted organic tofu, chia seeds, and digestive enzymes. Does she look excited? She is!"

Embedded Image
Article continues below advertisement

Then someone laid down some biology expertise, breaking down everything wrong with this dog's "healthy" meal. They started by saying, "This dog does not look excited, this dog looks malnourished."

Embedded Image
Article continues below advertisement

Another commenter tried providing anecdotal experience about vegan and vegetarian dogs enjoying health lifestyles, but got shut down thoroughly as well.

Embedded Image
Article continues below advertisement

Even though dogs eat things other than meat, the animal biology expert gave a thorough schooling on why carnivorous diets are so important for dogs - all backed by evidence.

Embedded Image
Article continues below advertisement

I mean he just keeps on providing more and more evidence and cautions people who want vegan/vegetarian pets to own a gerbil.

Embedded Image
Article continues below advertisement

Does he come off harsh? Sure, but his anger's coming from a good place: he wants to make sure dogs are being cared for properly, and not as some kind of personal demonstration of how successful their owner's lifestyle is. 

More from Distractify 

Advertisement

More From Distractify

    • CONNECT with Distractify
    • Link to Facebook
    • Link to Twitter
    • Link to Instagram
    • Link to Email Subscribe
    Distractify Logo
    Do Not Sell My Personal Information

    © Copyright 2021 Distractify. Distractify is a registered trademark. All Rights Reserved. People may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website. Offers may be subject to change without notice.