December 16, 2017

What Type Of Dog Food Is Safe For Dogs With Allergens To Some Foods?

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they person who gave me the puppy said what the dog was allergic to in the dog food but now doesnt remember what the vet said it was. i was like B something. some kind of number after the B. i need to find out either what it is that it is they dog food of what its called or what type of foods do they have that are already made without it.

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  1. <>.<> says:

    Beet? Feed raw, then you won’t need to worry about allergies. Commercial kibbles are mixed with a lot of stuff that dogs don’t need (like rice, oatmeal, barley, wheat, corn, etc.)

  2. Wiry says:

    B12? You mean the vitamin? I don’t think your dog could be allergic to that. Or was it BHT or BHA, preservatives? It’s possible it was beet since beet sugar is used in dog food occasionally.
    Your gonna have to find out what the dog was allergic to before we can help you. Get in touch with the owner and give the vet a call.
    Usually the higher quality foods have no fillers such as corn, no preservatives, and no artificial coloring (your dog could be allergic to a coloring in the food too). Better yet, feed your dog a diet of raw meat. That is actually healtheir when done properly and you don’t have to worry about allergies (unless your dog is allergic to a certain meat).

  3. Dd™ says:

    Why not feed your dog his actual, natural diet? Then you won’t have to worry about what brand not to buy; you won’t have to buy any.
    Eliminate commercial dog food from his diet altogether and switch to the species’ natural diet: raw meat, organs and bones. A dog is fed 2-3% of the ideal body weight each day. A puppy gets 2-3% of the ideal anticipated adult weight each day, divided into 4 meals.
    I feed raw/prey model; my lazy 50-pound shar-pei mix gets about 12oz a day, but when I have a gorge meal for her, like a turkey carcass that will take her 4-5 hours to eat, she won’t be hungry or interested in food for 2-3 days.
    The ideal diet should consist of approximately 80% raw meat, 10% raw edible bone, 5% raw liver, 5% other raw organs, the occasional egg, shell and all, raw.
    NO veggies, NO fruit. Dogs cannot digest vegetables or fruits; they lack the enzyme necessary to break down cellulose. Look at cows: they have the enzyme, and they still need four stomachs and they have to eat the cellulose twice. Dogs have one stomach and a straight-and-simple digestive tract.
    NO grains; again, dogs can’t digest cellulose, and the other ingredients are the primary cause of allergies and diabetes in dogs.
    NO dairy; dogs are lactose intolerant: another digestive enzyme they don’t have.
    NO supplements other than a spoonful of deepsea fish body oil for the Omega-3 that corn-finished meat does not contain.

  4. TanteL says:

    we have a dog who we believe is allergic to wheat – it was costing us a fortune at the vets and was going to leave her partially deaf. we changed over to a raw diet and the infection cleared in days. its also delivered frozen and contains nothing like additives or preservatives like most other commercial dog foods, which can cause common health problems in some dogs

  5. David B says:

    Since you don’t know what it is then don’t give the puppy commercial dog food. You can try a natural/raw food diet, such as BARF, Green Tripe (cow guts), or use a freeze-dried raw food ( http://www.vetinfo.com/freeze-dried-dog-… ). It’s the best way to keep your pup healthy.

  6. TK at TMDF says:

    try California natural. It’s tailored for dogs with allergies. just to make sure your making sure your dog doesn’t have a chicken allergy, try their fish formula

  7. Jordan S. says:

    Put your dog on BARF or Prey Model raw.
    At least that way you KNOW exactly what you’re feeding your dog and you’re also feeding what dogs have evolved to eat.

  8. UMI? says:

    Call that vet and find out what it is.

  9. Salty Boy says:

    science diet

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