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Irish mum on ‘unnecessary’ ‘bread crumbles’ –

Irish mum on ‘unnecessary’ ‘bread crumbles’ –

A mother of two is fighting back after her family’s bread crumbs were blamed for the deaths of their two dogs.

The Irish Mirror reports that the family of one dog suffered from diabetes and died of heart failure after a diet containing high-fructose corn syrup was prescribed.

The other dog, a black labrador, developed kidney failure.

The Irish Mirror adds: “A spokesman for the Veterinary Medical Research Institute (VMRI) in Mayo said: “While the VMAI is not in a position to comment on individual cases, we do not routinely recommend routine treatment of dogs for heart failure, diabetes, renal disease, or kidney failure, and we do have no record of such cases.” “

It was a very painful time for me and I don’t know how she was going to cope.”

The Irish Mirror adds: “A spokesman for the Veterinary Medical Research Institute (VMRI) in Mayo said: “While the VMAI is not in a position to comment on individual cases, we do not routinely recommend routine treatment of dogs for heart failure, diabetes, renal disease, or kidney failure, and we do have no record of such cases.

“Dr James Gaughan, of the veterinary university, told the newspaper: “We know that we can intervene to slow the progression of diabetes in dogs.

“The longer term effect on the health of the dog and its owners is very important, and will depend on the quality of the intervention.” “

A spokesman from the veterinary medical research institute added: “There are other options for preventing the progression to kidney failure in dogs such as insulin, insulin-based diabetes medication or a combination of the two.”””

The longer term effect on the health of the dog and its owners is very important, and will depend on the quality of the intervention.”

A spokesman from the veterinary medical research institute added: “There are other options for preventing the progression to kidney failure in dogs such as insulin, insulin-based diabetes medication or a combination of the two.”

“There are also other options that may be suitable for preventing kidney failure including high protein and low carbohydrate diets, and high-quality fish, poultry and shellfish.”

Dog owners have been warned about the dangers of ‘breadcrumbs’ in recent years, with one study suggesting that some dog owners could even be putting their dogs at risk of kidney failure by eating bread crumbles.

A UK-based group of vets has also called for people to stop buying dog biscuits containing high fructose corn syrup.