Nestle Offers Ice Cream Treat for Lactose-Intolerant Dogs

AFP News
Aug 19, 2011
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GENEVA - Swiss food giant Nestle said Friday that it has a treat in store for dogs keen for an ice cream to cool down in the summer heat.

Its so-called Frosty Paws ice-cream, are "specially formulated for dogs, who are lactose intolerant and cannot digest dairy products such as regular ice cream properly," said Nestle in a statement.

However, only American dogs will get to taste these ice creams, which are only distributed in the United States at the moment.

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