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Dog May Be Allergic to Her Food?

Is it possible that my dog has become allergic to her hypoallergenic biscuit she has been on for 6 yrs?

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January 22, 20171 found this helpful

Allergies can develop at any time. Take away the buscuit and see if the symptoms stop. Re-introduce the biscuit. If the symptoms show up, you will have your answer.

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January 22, 20170 found this helpful

A dog suffering from dog food intolerance will experience symptoms like dog diarrhea and dog vomiting. A dog with a dog food allergy will experience symptoms like skin rashes/itchy skin and skin breakouts, skin and/or ear infections, hair loss, excessive scratching, hot spots, or frequent bowel movements. If you have ruled out possible health problems, you will probably want to begin to eliminate food from your dogs diet and slowly introduce them back until you find the food (probably a protein) that is causing his allergy. Any dog can develop an allergy at any time.

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January 31, 20170 found this helpful

Yes. Allergies can be developed at any time

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