Posted on May 06, 2010 | Comments 0
Like humans, dogs have food allergies and they manifest themselves in the poor animal scratching like there’s no tomorrow, hair loss, skin problems, increased bowel movements etc.
The excessive itchiness may be in areas such as the ears, the paws, the underarms, anus, face etc.
Food allergies among dogs are caused by commonly used things such as chicken, lamb, beef, eggs, dairy products, soy, wheat and corn.
Whether your dog gets Royal Canin, James Wellbeloved, Hills Science plan, Iams dog food, Burns Dog food or any other type of dog food you should always check the labels to ensure that it doesn’t contain any ingredients your dog might have an allergy to.
It is possible to detect food allergies in dogs but it is also problematic in that the symptoms mimic those of several other infections or conditions.
The following can be useful in treating or controlling allergic reactions among dogs:
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