Plant Based Dogs and Cats Professor Andrew Knight

Are you concerned about providing healthy food for your dog or cat? Does your fur baby have weight or health issues? Click Show more Should dogs and cats go vegan? Join us as Professor Andrew Knight talks about plant based dogs and cats.


Professor Andrew Knight’s bio and contact info below.

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Should dogs and cats go vegan?
The environmental impacts of meat-based pet food are globally damaging. Vegan pet foods use plant, mineral and synthetic sources to supply necessary nutrients. Recent, large-scale
studies into health outcomes, environmental sustainability and other key concerns for consumers, are supporting the emergence of a new disruptive pet food industry. Dr. Knight is one of the leading researchers in this field internationally and will summarize key recent developments.

Andrew Knight is Professor of Animal Welfare and Ethics, and Founding Director of the University of Winchester Centre for Animal Welfare, and Adjunct Professor in the School of Environment and Science at Griffith University, Queensland. An experienced cat and dog veterinarian, he’s also a UK, European and American Veterinary Specialist in animal welfare.
He has around 150 academic and 80 popular publications, and an extensive series of social media videos and several websites (including ), on vegan companion animal diets, climate change and the livestock sector, invasive animal research,
educational animal use, humane clinical and surgical skills training, and other animal welfare issues. He regularly works with animal welfare charities to advocate for animals, and is frequently interviewed by the media. He has received over 20 awards and research grants
for this work.

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