Hypoallergenic Dog Case Study

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Dogs who suffer from food related allergies require hypoallergenic dog food in order to receive quality nutrients that don’t result in allergic reactions. There are many different brands of dog foods with hypoallergenic ingredients on the market, which makes choosing the right one a bit of a challenge. Obviously the objective is to find man’s best friend the best source of nutrition without the associated food allergies. The Best Brands for Hypoallergenic Dog Food This is intended as an overview of the 7 top brands, the order associated with the brand does not necessarily indicate the superior choice. It is the responsibility of the dog’s owner to determine the dog’s specific allergen by a process of monitoring the ingredients in each of the…show more content…
All of the products in this line are 100% preservative free. They use ingredients like cranberries, sunflower oil, pumpkin, lean meats, gluten free grains, pomegranates, and flax seed. Making their products rich in all necessary proteins, antioxidants, and vitamins and minerals that dogs require. Champion Petfoods’ Acana Duck & Bartlett Pear Acana Duck and Bartlett Pear is a great choice for dogs with allergies. They make their dog food with duck, which includes fat, cartilage and liver. Instead of using grains they have decided to use oats considering oats are easier to digest than grains. In order to add vitamins and minerals they use apples, spinach, squash and other high antioxidant fruits and vegetables, this provides a well-balanced source of nutrients. It’s 100% organic and free of preservatives and artificial colors. This means that the dog should not need any additional supplementation. HealthPro’s VitaGravy – Immunity & Digestion HealthPro’s offers a range of different VitaGravies for dogs, which are designed to deal with different problems. Some of their choices are:  Skin &

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