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Guest greytloves

Does anyone know of a dog food where a dog that is highly allergic to the following is omitted?









Yep, all the fillers out there.


Currently on EVO, but it has potatoes as the second listing. I can't find any without those fillers!


Can eat all meats, however Venision is the one that he almost has no reaction to. In fact, during hunting season, my DH kept my friend in fresh venision and his issues cleared up. Not practical for non hunting times!


By the way, super allergic to most grasses, trees, fleas, weeds.


Poor fella.

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I have a boy who is allergic to everything you mentioned plus chicken.The kennel had him on a food that is not available here in the desert but I noticed it did have brown rice but for some reason he was okay with the brown rice. I found a "fairly" new Natural Choice that has the exact same ingred. and he's doing very well on it. It's the natural Choice Senior with brown rice.Not sure if the brown rice would be okay for this guy


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Guest mandm

My greyhound couldn't eat any carbs and so I resorted to raw. It's been a while, so I'm not current on new kibble formulations, but I think some of them use tapioca as the carb component. That might work. Maybe google "tapioca" and "dog food."

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Guest greytloves

Wow, thank you ! I just found one called Instinct that has tapioca in it.


Would never have thought that!


Thanks a bunch!



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Check out www.solidgoldhealth.com

They will be glad to tell you any recommenedations they may have and they really know a lot.

I've fed their regular foods for years. It is tops. I know they also make specialty food for allergic dogs. Just ask them. If anybody can help they can.

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