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How can hypoallergenic dog food help your dog?

How can hypoallergenic dog food help your dog?

Hypoallergenic dog food – What is it?

You may be surprised to learn that food intolerance is a common problem amongst dogs. Hypoallergenic dog food is designed to be eaten by dogs who are allergic to normal dog food. Lower quality dog food can be packed with chemicals, hyper sensitising ingredients and artificial preservatives. Many dogs, including yours, can be intolerant to these artificial ingredients.

Is your dog showing these allergy symptoms?

Like humans, our dogs health can go out of control when exposed to certain food or chemicals. Because of this, some of the symptoms below can be a sign that your dog might be suffering.

  • Excessive scratching or itching.
  • Oily skin, fur or dandruff.
  • Regular ear infections.
  • Abnormal behaviour such as not wanting to play or not wanting to eat.
  • Excessive irritation and discomfort, such as soreness of the paws/tail and other parts of their body.
  • Gastrointestinal problems, such as regular vomiting, flatulence, and diarrhoea.

If your dog is suffering from any of these symptoms, our hypoallergenic dog food could help to settle their digestive system.

How our specially formulated recipes can help.

We formulate our recipes to be hypoallergenic in the sense that they help to reduce symptoms of intolerance and sensitivity, promoting everyday health and wellbeing as recommended by the Pet Food Manufacturers Association (PFMA).

Our pet food recipes are formulated to exclude ingredients like grains (i.e wheat and maize), beef, chicken, soya, or dairy.

(The definition of hypoallergenic in line with the PFMA recommendations is: “Formulated without Wheat, Wheat Gluten, Soya, Dairy, Beef or Pork”)

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