Cause of Victorian dog liver disease cluster identified

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Victorian dog deaths caused by indospicine toxin from native plant, but link to food still unclear

Victorian authorities have revealed that a toxin found in a native plant is the cause of 14 dog deaths in the state.

Last week Agriculture Victoria issued a pet food outbreak alert, ordering people not to feed their pets meat sourced from eastern Victoria while the matter was investigated.

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