I was shocked to hear two days ago that my friends dog has died and it seems that it was intolerant to Gluten ! and my friend did not know, It suffered so bad and many vets could not put their finger on why ? Then after changing the vets the dog was found to be Coeliac but it’s stomach was in such a bad condition by that time and shortly after it died, I’ve never heard of this before and thought I would inform anyone as it was such a surprise to me !
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Diet makes a difference to all people and animals. I was 42 when my gluten allergy was finally diagnosed. What a difference it makes. I think everyone should avoid gluten, genetically modified food, pesticides and chemicals. We are keeping our dog gluten free. Her diet is Hills Natural chicken and brown rice, which also contains cranberries and apples. It is so good for her. Her dog treats are organic carrots and sometimes a few green beans. No digestive issues at all now. If she ate my friend's homemade dog treats, she immediately got sick from the wheat gluten and peanut butter.
hi so sorry to hear about your friends dog, I can imagine how stressful it must have been if no-one knew what was wrong.
Professor David Sanders brought a book out a few years ago called Gluten Attack, as soon as it was published I loaned it from our library.
I remember he says about dogs having cd, he mentioned two breeds which were more prone, they were border terriers and Irish setters, I think he said one breed had the stomach issues the other the brain issues, ataxia etc. I can't remember which was which now. Was your friends dog either of these breeds.