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Old 06-28-2019, 04:37 PM
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Default Re: Roxy the Boxer

I fed.my dog Fromm for 5 years. Its on this list. He had no signs of DCM.

There saying some dog foods are low in the amino acid called Taurmine and suggesting to have a vet test for low levels of taurime.
But dog foods on the list have taurmine

Taurmine is beneficial for dog diabetes complications so i.ve just read.

Again all diabetic dogs are different not one diet suits one dog.
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Old 06-29-2019, 10:38 AM
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Doesn't seem the research is conclusive yet. And just like many human pre-packaged foods, studies show they could cause/be linked to whatever. But most of us keep eating them because we know the risk is usually low.

I'd say that if I stopped eating/drinking everything that a study has shown a possible negative effect, I'd have no choice but to be vegan.
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