It can be difficult to feed dogs with allergies. There are a number of ingredients that could cause or irritate skin issues. Feeding a homemade diet is the best way to avoid allergens, but you need to be sure you’re also providing balanced nutrition. This homemade dog food for skin allergies may need additional supplements to be nutritionally balanced for your pet. Read the full recipe here:
Once your vet figures out the allergen(s), they can help you create homemade dog food for skin allergies that excludes the culprit and meets all of your Fido’s nutritional needs. Before switching to this recipe (or any other dog food for allergies), you need to discuss it with your vet. They will be able to tell you if the recipe meets the right nutritional requirements and/or recommend supplements to add to the food to make it balanced.
“If you have a very small breed or your dog suffers from dental problems, you can mash this food to make it easier to eat. Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days or in the freezer for up to 2 months.”