V-Dog Hosts Third Annual Vegan Dog Month Campaign



V-dog began its third annual Vegan Dog Month, a month-long awareness campaign to promote dog health and nutrition. 


“After two successful years of Vegan Dog Month, we wanted to take this month-long celebration to the next level this year for all our wonderful customers and supporters,” said Lindsay Rubin, vice president of v-dog. “Dog lovers from all over the U.S. have been eagerly anticipating this celebration, and we’re looking forward to giving back through the exciting contests and event we have planned!”


The campaign will run from July 1 through July 31, will be supported by multiple contests and an in-person event on July 21.


Dog-parents can use the official hashtag #vegandogmonth to follow and interact with the campaign on social media. Two contests will be available for anyone to enter online, and one contest will be reserved for those attending the in-person event at Duboce Park in San Francisco on July 21. The event will be from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. PST, and will include photo ops for dogs and their pet parents, free v-dog samples and vegan snack food. 


“Vegan Dog Month is all about celebrating the health, happiness, and cuteness of vegan dogs all over the world,” added Rubin. “We’re honored to continue as a leader in the movement for cruelty-free, vegan diets for dogs in the U.S. and beyond.”


The three contests being held will award the winner(s) with a one-year supply of kibble, a treat prize pack, and a weekend at the Stanford Inn, respectively. Entry details can be found on v-dog’s website


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