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Alicia Silverstone's Dogs Go Vegan, Lose The Flatulence

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A couple weeks ago, we were having a discussion here about whether or not Vegans or Vegetarians applied the same eating principles to their animals. If so, we were also curious to know how. Well apparently, actress Alicia Silverstone has found just the right recipe and claims her dogs are much better off because of it — especially when it comes to flatulence.

She told UK TV talk show host Graham Norton: “I really care about animals, there’s so much unnecessary suffering going on. All four of my dogs are vegan, they don’t fart anymore! I eat delicious food but without cruelty.”

Silverstone also opened up on her decision to strip down for her sexy PETA ad last fall saying, “It was scary but I knew I really wanted to make this message appealing.”

So, has anyone else taken the vegan/vegetarian route with their animals?

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