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A photo of the three-year-old son of Britain's Prince William has [make / made] animal rights groups angry. The photo is one of [for / four] released by the royal family to [celebrate / celebration] the third birthday of William's son, Prince George. It shows him sitting on the grass [offered / offering] white chocolate ice cream to his pet dog. An animal charity [immediately / immediate] issued a warning to all pet owners [around / about] giving ice cream and chocolate [two / to] pets. The charity is the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA). It said [although / through] Prince George was just trying to be kind to his dog, it wasn't a good thing to [do / done] because chocolate and ice cream are bad for dogs. The RSPCA charity said it did not advise others to follow the child's [template / example] .

Some people have [defended / defensive] the photo and said Prince George is not wrong. They said a three-year-old does not [knowledge / know] which things are dangerous [for / by] dogs. They said he was just playing [liked / like] any child, and being kind to his pet. They also pointed [up / out] that the dog was not actually eating the ice cream in the photo. The RSPCA said: "It is [lovely / loved] that Prince George is trying to help keep his family dog [chill / cool] in high temperatures but we would [advice / advise] pet owners to be cautious when giving their dogs food meant for [human / humane] consumption as some items, like chocolate, can be highly toxic to dogs and dairy items can be difficult for them to [direct / digest] ." Chocolate poisons dogs, and can lead to a dog's death. Darker chocolate is more dangerous.

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