A woman who put her husky on a vegetarian diet was embarrassed on live TV when the pooch gobbled the meat option over the veggies on the UK’s This Morning.
For some unknown reason, dog-owner Lucy Carrington was adamant that pet pooch “Storm” preferred a plant-based diet over the snout-intestine-hoove option favoured by most canned dog foods.
This Morning’s presenters decided to test Storm’s resolve, with the hungry pooch quickly silencing the doubters in the live-to-air taste test. Check out the meaty action below:
Veterinarian Scott Miller also appeared on the segment and explained that dogs are natural omnivores and a vegetarian diet could be potentially dangerous to a pet’s health.
And, as you’d expect, social media was having none of the lunacy either. Check out some of the choice responses below:
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