Recipes for a Dog With Allergies

Does anyone have a recipe I can make for my dog who is highly allergic to everything. He cannot have: barley, beef, beets, carrots, chicken, corn, cow's milk, egg, fish mix, lamb, oats, peanuts, pork, potato, rice, soy beans, sweet potato, turkey, venison, wheat, yeast, apple, berry mix, banana, duck, green beans, green peas, rabbit, salmon, shellfish mix, spinach, tomato.


The only ones that scored over 200 are chicken, oats, wheat, and duck; everything else is over 100. Can I feed him the stuff that's in the low 100's? I'm not sure how these test scores work. I just ordered Purina HA which seems to have next to nothing in it, but I'd rather just make him dinner myself. Thanks.

By Ellie from Jim Thorpe, PA

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October 6, 20120 found this helpful
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I also have a dog who is allergic to everything. However, we have put her on a grain-free diet and are feeding her California Natural Kangaroo and Lentils and so far she is doing better and getting her hair back. You can order from and it is delivered free. Hope this helps your dog.

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January 31, 20110 found this helpful

Contact talk to some wonderful people there, wonderful product, no Chinese ingredients. They won't even use containers from China. Their Nzymes do wonders for all sorts of health problems. Never vaccinate your baby. Brings on allergies, sickness and immune malfunction.


No corn wheat or soy. No grocery store dog food aisle food. Specialty shop or cook. Are you aware that they are even putting euthanised pets back into pet food. The euthanol does not cook out so you would be feeding poisons to your pets. Build immune system, don't destroy it.

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February 5, 20110 found this helpful

Have you tried tuna, quinoa, cabbage, lettuce, or goat cheese? I have no idea how the allergy scores work either, or what scores these foods have. These are foods that some of my dogs have liked, that were not on your list. Good luck! Please keep us posted on your dog's progress, and bless you for caring so much and trying so hard to help him.

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August 22, 20160 found this helpful

My rottweiler is allergic to grain and wheat, this is what causes most problems with itchy waxy ears and shaking heads and chewing paws.. I now feed him cooked potatoes, canned tuna or pilchards and spinach. Fish oil can be added and vitamins. But potatoes and can fish cheap. My dogs coat is like silk.

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May 14, 2018

My my 14 year old Shih-tzu licks profusely (paws, hind quarters), and scratches his ears. I have had him diagnosed by a vet who advises dry dog food only (skin sensitive that they sell). I have always fed him high quality, limited ingredient dry dog food his whole life and have always added table foods ie: lean beef, skinless chicken breast, plain cooked veggies, sweet potatoes, or rice. I would like to exclude the dry food altogether, but need a good recipe that is not too time consuming. Please advise.


May 15, 20180 found this helpful

Add whey to whatever dog food he is eating. It is very good for their skin. You can also add coconut oil.

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May 16, 20180 found this helpful

you might cut out the carbs as these are not part of a dog's traditinal diet (carnivore & all)


some people also advocate feeding them raw meat but this can be costly

aside from that giving a dog VItamin E or fish oil capsules can help when they have skin problems

also have you checked for fleas/hotspots? Also some say a vinegar rinse and bathing them more often helps with this

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