How do you know if your dog is allergic to grain? Essential Tips


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Dog Grain Allergy Symptoms

As owners, the well-being of our pals is essential. However, it would seem we may need to pay closer attention. It has recently come to light that as dog breeds have evolved, so have their sensitivities to a whole manner of things.

Food allergies can be a pain. Many dogs nowadays are showing signs of intolerance to ingredients you would find in regular dog food. From gluten, wheat, soy, and grains our furry family members could be suffering, so it’s super-important we know the signs to look out for.

Are some ingredients more likely to cause allergies than others?

The most common food allergens in dogs are proteins, especially those from dairy, beef, chicken, chicken eggs, soy, or wheat gluten. Each time a pet eats food containing these substances, the antibodies react with the antigens, and symptoms occur. Virtually any food ingredient can produce an allergy, however. Proteins are the most common culprits but other substances and additives can also be responsible.

How To Know If Your Dog Is Allergic To His Food (5 Common Allergies, Signs & Remedy)