Flawed reporting on diet induced DCM

‘BEG’ pet food does not equal DCM

“Though no genetic testing or food analysis was conducted, the cardiologists drew a broad anecdotal conclusion “that the dogs were consuming boutique or grain-free diets, and diets with exotic ingredients – kangaroo, lentils, duck, pea, fava bean, buffalo, tapioca, salmon, lamb, barley, bison, venison and chickpeas,” Freeman wrote. “Even some vegan diets have been associated. It has even been seen in dogs eating raw or home-prepared diets.”

~Ryan Yamka

 

Read the whole article here:

Part 1

https://www.petfoodindustry.com/blogs/10-debunking-pet-food-myths-and-misconceptions/post/8369-beg-pet-food-does-not-equal-dcm?eid=89923722&bid=2492045

 

Part 2

https://www.petfoodindustry.com/blogs/10-debunking-pet-food-myths-and-misconceptions/post/8475-beg-pet-food-and-dcm-part-2-is-veterinary-bias-at-play?utm_source=KnowledgeMarketing&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Petfood%20Industry%20News&utm_campaign=Petfood%20Industry%20News_Wed_9_11_19&eid=436195756&bid=2518015