If you’re a dog lover, chances are you have some sort of allergies.
For many, these include food allergies, but there are also a lot of other sensitivities that can impact your pet’s health.
Here are some tips to help you manage your pet food allergies.
Food allergy symptoms can vary greatly from person to person and there’s no one answer.
But the general advice for those with food allergies is the same: don’t eat any dog food unless it’s been specifically tested and approved for your pet.
And don’t use your pet as an example to get a sense of what to eat.
Some dogs will react badly to certain foods and some may even go on to develop a food allergy.
To help you decide what’s safe and what isn’t, you can check out the Food Allergy Index (FIA), a database of foods tested by the FDA and developed by the UK government.
The index is an indicator of the risk of food allergies to pets.
The index includes only foods tested on dogs by the National Allergy Research Centre and does not include foods that have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
It’s up to the vet to decide whether you should eat that food.
Food allergies are more common in people with asthma or other chronic illnesses and they can also affect older people and people with a history of eating too much sugar.
Food can also trigger allergic reactions in cats and dogs, as well as people with food sensitivities to wheat, rice, eggs, nuts, dairy, nuts and shellfish.
These reactions are more severe in older people.