July 13, 2023

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For Immediate Release:
July 13, 2023

Brittney Williams 202-483-7382

Lansing, Mich. – PETA scoured the country for the Top 10 Vegan Dogs that kick meaty dogs’ buns—and Mid-Michigan’s own VEG-N has won a top spot for its deliciously craveable Coney Dog.

VEG-N—founded by Christabelle Dozeman and Jonathan Ristola—lives up to its name with a fully vegan menu of “brisket” burritos and sandwiches, loaded Cheezy Fries, crispy vegan chicken on a brioche bun, and more. The award-winning Coney Dog comes dripping with “meaty” Detroit-style chili, vegan cheddar, onions, and a generous squirt of mustard. It’s also customizable—patrons can choose either a veggie frank or a house-made carrot dog.

“The Coney Dog is a guilt-free twist on a summertime classic and the perfect animal-friendly answer to any comfort food craving,” says PETA President Ingrid Newkirk. “All the award wieners on PETA’s national Top 10 list prove that compassion is a delicious business.”

VEG-N will receive a framed certificate from PETA in honor of its culinary achievement. The other top dogs receiving the group’s recognition are the Rad Dawg at Totally Awesome Vegan Food Truck (Portland, Maine), the Scarecrow at The Frankenstand (Los Angeles), the Bahn Me Dawg at Pingala Cafe (Burlington, Vermont), the Big Daddy Special at Kale My Name (Chicago), the Vegan Buffalo Blu at Sporty Dog Creations (Baltimore), the Vegan Italian Warsaw at The Wienery (Minneapolis), the Chicago Hot at Doggystyle (Sarasota, Florida), the Vegan at Wiener Kitchen (Overland Park, Kansas), and the Vegan Chilly Cheez Dawg at Chilly Dawgz (Thomasville, Pennsylvania).

In addition to saving nearly 200 animals every year, each person who goes vegan reduces their own risk of suffering from heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and cancer and shrinks their carbon footprint.

PETA—whose motto reads, in part, that “animals are not ours to eat”—opposes speciesism, a human-supremacist worldview, and offers a free vegan starter kit on its website. For more information, please visit PETA.org, listen to The PETA Podcast, or follow the group on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.

Source: Peta.org