Old 09-07-2015, 09:34 AM
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On The Edge 1
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if you suspect allergy bring her to the vet where they can do a proper allergy test and possible skin scraping to see what is going on, other wise you are just poking around and solving nothing. Allergies can be some of the most irritating conditions a dog can suffer from, and guessing at a cure could be making it worse..

From an allergy standpoint the cost of food has little to do with anything. The APBT in my sig pic was allergic to the main ingredient in an top of the line hypoallergenic food.. That stuff is $3.30 a can for a 12 oz can of wet food..
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