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Does your dog have FOOD sensitivities?

A food sensitivity can manifest in several ways but the solution is simple – switch to a better quality diet.

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Does your dog have a “sensitive” stomach? Does she react badly to certain foods? Is she itchy year round? Do you think she might have a food allergy? Given the hundreds of different ingredients used in poor quality commercial pet foods, it’s no surprise that some of them are not well received by the dogs eating them!

Common symptoms of food sensitivity in dogs are vomiting, diarrhea, and itchy skin or rash-type eruptions. However, a reaction to food doesn’t necessarily indicate an allergy. Many dogs have a food sensitivity or intolerance, but relatively few are truly allergic. Here’s the difference:

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