12 Responses to “What Allergies?”

  1. Kathleen Jarvis Wells

    I know that pain as a Boxer mama. My first baby was the runt & had all kinds of allergies, but Boxers are 4 legged scrounging machines. No matter how careful you think you are, they will find SOMETHING that doesn’t agree with them.

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  2. sherry

    so true, my wonderful allergic pup, runs around like a starving orphan. bella is so cute.

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  3. stars15k

    My mini-doxie is allergic to grass. Makes outdoor time last for a few hours inside scratching. Luckily, grain-free food helps.

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  4. Carman

    My little pugs get REALLY red tummies and pits when they sleep on anything but 100% cotton. my mom and dad found out by fluke with their boston, so when we started to notice Kala’s tummy red we made sure all her sleeping areas were 100% cotton and walla redness and itching went away :-)

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  5. Piperwest12

    My Shih Tzu is also on a venison,duck or rabbit meal routine. But the nut job doesn’t care he will eat anything and everything given the chance.

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  6. LuckBeALady

    My catahoula is the same way! She can only eat duck but that doesn’t stop her from laying under your feet when you eat just in case a drop of food falls and licking at the kitchen floor!

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  7. Amanda

    My lab has been labeled at the vet as an indiscriminate eater with a weak stomach…he doesnt seemed to be phased by this.

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  8. Kelly

    My pug is the same way, allergic to everything but can and will find/eat any and every crumb.

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  9. Cathryn Marshall

    So adorable – look at that face! Have you tried a raw food diet? (BARF). might help with the allergies.

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  10. TSS

    I have a highly allergic Shar Pei -only could eat Orijen Fish Kibble – surprise, no allergies to any meat source on RAW/ancestral diet. Caveat – this is antibiotic, steroid, growth hormone -free pastured -RAW. I feed RAW meat that was grain-fed and allergies come back. I guess you are what you eat! Good luck – Buster eats anything in his path too!

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  11. dorothy

    Having suffered from food allergies myself I feel the dog’s pain. I ate things for a long time not knowing I was allergic to them (like lettuce and bread yeast). Two very common things in everyone’s diet. The poor dog doesn’t understand what an allergy is or what it is allergic too. It can be hard even for humans. No need to shame the poor dog. My Anna has allergies too and is ironically eating duck and potato.

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