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ha! We have this going on my cat’s blog tomorrow 🙂
Thank you for sharing this informative post.
Thanks for this inforgraphic post. I printed it out to remind myself of these useful tips.
WHEN I HAVE FIRST ADOPTED MY DOG. SHE WAS ALLERGIC TO GRAVYTRAIN. WE HAD TO RUSH HER TO THE VET THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE INFORMATION. BUT YOU KNOW MY DOG IS ACTUALLY ALLERGIC TO HER SELF. I ONLY WISH I HAD THIS INFORMATION THAN BUT THAT WAS OVER 15 YEARS AGO.
THANKS FOR SHARING THIS. YOU HELPED ME OUT A LOT WE COULDN’T UNDERSTAND WHY MY DOG BROKE OUT WITH HER SKIN. IT TURNS OUT I HAVE TO CHANGE HER FOOD. SHE’S BEEN ON THIS FOOD SINCE SHE WAS LITTLE. WELL SHE WENT THROUGH THE STAGES OF COURSE.
SO many great tips. I have been recently experiencing some type of allergic reaction with my cat so now I think I know what it could be. This is so helpful!
YES MY DOG HAS ALLERGIES. TO HER FOOD WE SWITCH IT AND SHE’S DON’T LIKE IT.
very interesting and informative piece my poor rescue dog had allergies and it took ages for us to figure out it was grass of all things
This is great!
Thanks, ever since my doggie went gluten free, she’s been good.
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS! I have a dog who is 10 and she has experienced hair loss and uncontrollable itching. Now I am wondering if maybe she didn’t get mange like I suspected (and have been treating) but maybe a food allergy? Definitely something for me to look into and follow up on. Thanks again!
I didn’t realize how sensitive they could be.
Love this graphic, it’s very useful. My dog doesn’t have any allergies per se, but he can get awfully sneezy sometimes. I wonder if he’s allergic to pollen like me?
Presentation of article is commendable.pictures used are awesome. well i never thought about my dog having allergy. after reading this article m going to watch my dog now. thanks.
I can’t believe that cats can be allergic to fish and chicken – two of the main ingredients in the food I buy for them. Thanks for this very useful information.
Wow, this was a great post. Very helpful. I didn’t realize a lot of those foods could cause my dogs to develop an allergy.
Both of my dogs have allergies. As far as food goes, we’re pretty sure they’re allergic to wheat, so we have to make sure we buy them wheat-free food and treats.
I never realized that pets could have allergies. I don’t have a pet but my friend’s dog my actually need to be checked for allergies.
Neither of my cats have experienced food allergies sense I’ve had them. However I’ve noticed that the better quality food makes a difference in many aspects of my cats lives, for the better.
Thanks for the great article. I don’t think my cats have food allergies, I think it is something in the air.
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