Unfortunately itchy, flaky or dry and sensitive skin is all too common in dogs of all ages and something many owners struggle with. Find out how diet and food may contribute and what you can do to prevent it.
Novel proteins are made up of animal proteins, not previously eaten by your cat. It appears that as cats age, they develop intolerances to food, having negative reactions to ingredients that had never before caused a problem. Find out more here.
Cat food allergies are stressful for any feline and cat owner, especially as symptoms such as itchy skin, scaling and hair loss are so irritable. Let’s get to grips with the causes and solutions to food allergies to put you and your cat at ease.
If itchy skin or gastro-intestinal issues are affecting your cat, it could be their body alerting you to a food sensitivity. However, there’s things we can of course do to fix this and a Limited Ingredient Diet (LID) could really help put things right in your cat’s tummy.
Vomiting and diarrhoea are horrible for your poor pooch and can often be a result of a food intolerance. This is different to an allergy, which most commonly shows itself on the skin. Whatever the cause and the symptoms, we need to work on putting it right.
Food allergies can cause all kinds of bother to your beloved dog, potentially causing vomiting, itchy skin or hot spots on their body. There are ways to combat them, but it starts with us first fully understanding how to recognise these allergies.
Novel proteins are made up of animal proteins, not previously eaten by your dog. It appears that as dogs age, they develop intolerances to food, having negative reactions to ingredients that had never before caused a problem. Find out more here.
Food sensitivities can reveal themselves in a number of unpleasant ways for your poor pooch– the most noticeable symptoms being itchy skin or gastro-intestinal issues. If this is something your pup is familiar with, let’s turn to a Limited Ingredient Diet (LID) for some solutions.