Pit♥bull wrote:Peanut butter is a big contributor toward allergies, 'Spirit' Trouble was a allergy dog and after about 10 years of using peanut butter to give meds we discovered by accident she was allergic to it.
- if you are going to be serious about the food, you have to be diligent about eliminating items and reintroducing one at a time - and NO SNACKS!
TheRedQueen wrote:Just relax and take it easy...now that I have allergy dogs, I understand a lot better. Puzzle will have flare-ups for no apparent reason. Don't rush into changing things too quickly, because then you won't know what fixed things, etc.
TheRedQueen wrote: Don't rush into changing things too quickly, because then you won't know what fixed things, etc.
Malli wrote:Erin, I ask you specifically because you are involved with so many dogs...
For dogs with food allergy, generally how fast do you see a reaction to the food? Hours? Days?
iluvk9 wrote:I just want to add my 2 cents about the flea meds. Personally, I would never give the topical. I am not too crazy about the oral type either. It is still chemicals going in.
Once I decided it would be a good idea to use the cat version on Bo and within minutes, his fur fell out. In clumps. I then started watching the dogs after applying it and either they were trying to scratch the line down their backs or they had little bumps on the skin.
Are your fleas/ticks real bad there? Maybe you can use Nupro, like I do, or some other natural product to keep fleas away.
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