Will-Kat under fire for sharing picture of Prince George ‘feeding ice cream to dog’

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Prince George feeding an ice cream to royal spaniel Lupo.

New Delhi: The royal couple Prince William and Kate Middleton has come under fire from critics for sharing a picture of their son Prince George feeding a Magnum to the family pet Lupo as amid warnings that dogs are allergic to ice creams and chocolates.

Prince George’s picture was shared on Friday on his third birthday in which he was seen feeding an ice cream to royal spaniel Lupo.

The Duke of Cambridge, Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge has faced severe criticism from animal cruelty campaigners and animal experts.

A person on Twitter wrote “Monarchist MONSTER! - Never give a dog Ice Cream! At worst: it'll die, At best: the dog will diarrhea everywhere!”

Another Twitter user remarked that the little prince should go to prison for giving animal milk based product.

“Prince George needs chucking in prison for feeding that dog an ice cream, irresponsible animal cruelty paid for by the taxpayer,” the tweet read.

The experts say that animals should not be given dairy products as it causes digestive issues.

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Ice Cream for Dogs

Where do you get this information. We take our two dogs out for ice cream on a regular basis and they have no intestinal upset, none! Vet said chocolate was not a problem for dogs unless you feed bunches of the stuff. She said people can have a reaction to chocolate too if they eat too much. She said in dogs it is no more a problem than it is for humans and it is a myth it is bad for dogs. Same for ice cream.

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