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Dog Allergy Food Treats - Vet’s Advice On Dog Allergy Food Treats

By: Dr. Jon Rappaport

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Which dog allergy food treats are recommended?

Many clients ask about what dog allergy food treats are safe to give their dogs. Food allergies can be difficult to control. Some dogs need to be on a very strict diet to prevent allergy symptoms from recurring. In order to give these pets treats, you will need to take special measures. If your pet is on a special allergy diet, find out if that same manufacturer makes a treat. Alternatively, you can get the canned formula, roll it out on a cookie sheet, and cut it into shapes.

Place in the oven at 350 degrees and bake for about 10 to 15 minutes until the food is crisp. Alternatively, the food can just simply be spread on a cookie sheet and broken into small pieces. These small pieces can then be used as treats. Depending on your pets underlying allergy, sometimes air popped popcorn or small pieces of fresh vegetables can be used as dog allergy food treats. Before feeding anything other than your dogs' prescription allergy diet, talk to your veterinarian. You don't want to feed anything that can cause a regression in his symptoms if he is doing well.






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