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Pet Food Allergies

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Food Allergy? Time to Clean your Pet’s Plate.

Food allergies: If they can happen to humans, they can happen to pets. Luckily, there are ways to help identify the ingredients your pet is allergic to and prevent those allergens from becoming a problem. The most commonly reported food allergens for both dogs and cats are chicken, beef, dairy, and eggs; however, fish is also reported as a common allergen among cats. It is important to consult your vet for a proper diagnosis.

Common symptoms of food allergies in pets include:

  • Itchy skin on the face, feet, ears, forelegs, or armpits
  • Ear infections
  • Hair loss
  • Excessive scratching
  • Hot spots (red, irritated, painful lesions that appear on your pet’s skin)
  • Digestive discomfort

Solution: Perform a food trial!

  • Feed your pet one protein and one carb that is not in their current diet, and that they have not eaten before (along with all of the necessary fats, vitamins, and minerals essential to a complete diet), for at least 12 weeks.
  • Do not give your pet treats or access to other food sources during this trial.
  • If the symptoms disappear, your pet might be allergic to an ingredient in their previous diet.
  • Always consult with your vet before making any major changes to your pet’s diet. They can assist in either recommending a pet food that will work for your furbaby or developing a diet that you can prepare for your pet at home.

After you’ve determined what ingredient is causing your pet’s irritation, it will be easier to start feeding them a diet that works. Are they allergic to certain grains? If they are, you could try one of these products from Publix!

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