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    Bonnie F
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    My Parson Russell Terrier is allergic to : pork, duck, oat, flax and kelp. Had her allergy tested. Any suggestions? I live in Alaska.

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    anonymous
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    What type of allergy test was done? Were environmental allergies (more common) ruled out?
    Did you check the search engine here for “allergies”
    My dog that receives treatment from a dermatologist for environmental allergies and also has a sensitive stomach does well on Nutrisca Salmon and Chickpea kibble as a base. Check Chewy dot com, I’m not sure if they deliver to Alaska.

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    Denise R
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    My dog with the bad allergies passed away in June at the age of 16. I used to just go into the pet stores & read the labels. Then after I’d find a food that worked I still have to read that label every time. I’d read that label 20 times & the 1st a time I’d skip it they’d have changed the ingredients. My poor dog would be bright red & start licking open areas on her legs. She was a Brittany so you could see her skin color change. She was allergic to peanuts, potatoes, & soybeans – and then peas. I never did mail order because of the formula changes. Also watch for products with peas. Lots of the peas come from China & have been treated with chemicals that many dogs have reactions to. The only thing I can recommend is that you read the labels. Our dog ended up on Pedigree for her last several years. Although it wasn’t a great food, it was the only one she could tolerate.

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