Jain vegetarian diet is practiced by the followers of Jain culture and philosophy. It is one of the most rigorous forms of spiritually motivated diet on the Indian subcontinent and beyond. Jain cuisine is completely vegetarian and also excludes onions, potatoes, brinjals and garlic.
Jain objections to the eating of meat, fish and eggs are based on the principle of non-violence (ahimsa). Jains go out of their way so as not to hurt even small insects and other tiny animals because they believe that harm caused by carelessness is as reprehensible as harm caused by deliberate action. Hence, they take great pains to make sure that no minuscule animals are injured by the preparation of their meals and in the process of eating and drinking.
In many families, across cities in India, you can see pet dogs sharing joys, sorrows, a home and of course, food with the entire family. More often than not, the food habits of the family also match that of their pets. And if you happen to be a follower of Jainism, you would worry whether your pet is getting the nutrition that it needs.
Well, Jain pet parents now need not worry!
As Dogseesee Chew treats are fully vegetarian and meatless and do not contain any bones, unlike the dog chews that are available in the market. They needn’t worry about contamination of Dogseechew treats as these treats go through a dry packaging process devoid of any moisture content, so bacteria won’t grow on the chews even if they are stored without the packet for longer periods of time.
Dogsee Chew treats are:
- Highly Nutritious
- Gluten Free
- All Natural
All our products are pro at fighting any kind of allergies, tartar and plaque as they are long lasting chews; which also provide entertainment for your dogs for long hours.
Being organic and all natural, the products are great at strengthening your dog’s immune and digestive system. Our treats are long- lasting and hence pet parents can just toss a chew at their pet and not worry about being bothered for a long while.
Don’t worry if you want to feed your dog, Jain food. We have got you covered