Ten percent of all allergy cases in dogs are food allergies,
and the most common allergens are beef, dairy, wheat,
egg, chicken, lamb, soy, pork, rabbit and fish.
We use several sources of proteins from fresh meats,
seeds and plants to give a wide range in amino acids
and nutrients. Over-consuming any single protein is
not good, and poses a risk of developing an allergy
over time. If your pet has been eating the same food
every day for months or even years, there is a good
chance he or she has developed an allergy to it. Contrary
to popular belief, pets need diversity in their diets
just like humans do.
However, the protein structure in raw meat is different
from that in a cooked or processed dog food, so dogs
with known allergies to these may find that they are
fine on a raw diet.
If you dog has an allergy, it may show itself as one
of several symptoms:
problems (gas, diarrhea, vomitting)
or oozing skin
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