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I used to feed stray puppies Britannia's Marie Biscuits. After looking at the ingredients I saw that it contains milk and is not vegan.

Does anyone know what other vegan biscuits/snacks I can feed them? I only feed them just 2 biscuits each and they eat from garbage.

My family is a normal stereotypical Indian family and hence I cannot do much for them, for now.

I have tried to find biscuits without milk, but I could not find any. Is there any other snack or something?

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    Dogs need not to be vegan. We should not force our choices on our animals. Dogs are carnivorous animals. Aren't they? It doesn't matter if they eat the food they eat i.e., meat. I would not force my intentions on my pets. – Nog Shine Jan 21 '18 at 2:59
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    @NogShine Animals want to live, dont they? It does not matter what food my animal friends eat i.e., vegan. i would not forcibly kill an organism to feed the other. We should not forcibly kill animals. Thank you for your opinion. I would love to see your reaction when hens, cows, turkeys start eating dogs. – Ram Keswani Jan 21 '18 at 8:24
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    @NogShine This is a valid question -- the OP is looking for a way to feed them without increasing the consumption of milk (they wouldn't be drinking directly from cows on their own). Further discussion should go to Veganism & Vegetarianism Chat, please. – Erica Jan 23 '18 at 22:48
  • I'd be surprised if you find any without milk to be honest. But on the subject, you can perhaps try to make your own, dogs aren't that picky. However, do not give them chocolate and don't make any dogs full vegan as it will damage their health. – Tikkes Jan 30 '18 at 13:35
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    Please also see this meta question regarding the broader issue of a vegan diet for carnivorous animals. I'd appreciate the community input. – Erica Jan 31 '18 at 21:53
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There are various companies that make vegan dog treats. Here's a few, though I'm not sure how many ship worldwide.

These companies generally warn you that if you're keeping a dog as a pet, they can't live on treats alone.

If you're happy to make rather than buy...

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