Homemade Hypoallergenic Dog Food Recipes Case Study

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Homemade Hypoallergenic Dog Food Recipes
It is not uncommon for people to continue seeing allergic reactions in their dogs even after switching to a brand who manufactures hypoallergenic dog food. If this is the case it may be time to investigate ways to eliminate the ingredients in those foods in order to determine the exact ingredient that the dog must avoid.
There is obviously no better way to control what is in a dog’s food than to make it at home. This way the owner has complete control of the ingredients, as well as the freshness of the food their dog is eating.
Foods to Avoid & Foods to Add
Many different foods have been determined to be high risk for causing allergic reactions in dogs. These would include things such as diary, soy, corn, wheat, and in some cases pork. Sadly many dog food manufacturers include these in the generic dog foods
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Of course by taking away all these items, one might be thinking “Well that’s pretty much everything in their food. What will they eat then?” And that’s exactly right, these foods are in far to many dog foods.
The good news is, after eliminating these common allergens from the dog’s food, they should begin showing signs of improvement, but they’ve got to eat of course!
This is why it is suggested to add foods such as fruits and vegetables, lean meats like chicken, beef, or buffalo. A good sources of slow digesting carbohydrates like sweet potatoes and non-hydrogenated oils, such as olive, coconut, or grape seed oils, in order for the dog to receive their essential fatty acids.
Easy Hypoallergenic Dog Food Recipes
Face it store bought hypoallergenic dog food is not cheap. In fact even for just a small bag one could pay upwards of $60 per bag. That is outrageous! Here are 2 very simple hypoallergenic dog food recipes:
Dog Food Recipe #1
Ingredients:
 2 lb. – Ground Lean Meet (i.e. Chicken, Turkey, Buffalo)
 4 C – Rice (Brown or

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