JAPAN: Ice cream for dogs hits the shelves - MEMBERS
Man's best friend is to get a new treat - canine ice cream is being launched in Japan. Akagi Nyugyo, a Japanese maker of ice cream for humans, has launched 'Doggy's Ice Cream' designed with canine health in mind. The ice cream is yoghurt-flavoured and has a reduced content of milk sugar or lactose, which is not suitable for dogs' digestive systems.
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