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Allergy and Food Intolerance in Dogs and Cats


Does your dog or cat vomit frequently, or have diarrhea, or show skin irritation, poor coat condition and/or hair loss? Any or all of these symptoms could point your veterinarian to allergies, and specifically an allergic response to the food you feed. Ingredients in food that your pet cannot tolerate may result in a variety of negative reactions. Allergy and food intolerance is also called an adverse reaction to food and can create ongoing problems with both the skin and the digestive tract.


- In dogs, the most common causes of adverse reactions are beef, dairy products, wheat, and chicken.

- In cats, the most common causes of adverse reactions are beef, dairy products, wheat and chicken.


Age Old Problem


Free radicals are a normal by-product of energy produced by the body. Natural defense mechanisms render most free radicals harmless, but a small percentage remains active to cause cell damage. Over time, the body produces more and more free radicals. The end result is aging. Below is a list of common behavioral changes in older dogs. Check the signs that affect your pet and discuss them with your veterinarian.

         House-soiling "accidents"

         Does not "ask" to go outside

         No longer greets family members

         Does not seek attention/petting

         Does not recognize familiar people or places

         Does not respond to verbal cues

         Sleeps more during the day or less at night

         Appears lost or confused in the house or yard

         Wanders or paces

         Stares into space or at walls


Behavior and Anxiety related Disorders


Generalized anxiety, boarding, and house soiling problems


Urinary Disorders


Chronic crystal or stone formation and cystitis


Metabolic and Endocrine Diseases


Diabetes, pancreatic disease, liver or kidney disease


These are just a few examples of health issues that may be controlled by an improved diet for your pet.

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