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    Default Is it possible for a dog to be allergic to peas, corn or carrot?

    Anyone have any idea?
    Everytime the dog eats anything with peas, corn or carrot he vomits and has diarrhea.
    Im doing 50% raw 50% pro plan dog food. Trying eventually to go fully raw.
    He seems fine on raw (lamb, chicken, beef, bones all human grade)
    And fine with pro plan but as soon as I add Vegs to his meat he gets sick.
    Why?

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    Default Is it possible for a dog to be allergic to peas, corn or carrot?

    Dogs shouldn't be given corn as they can't digest it and can end up with life threatening intestinal blockage (google it)

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    Default Is it possible for a dog to be allergic to peas, corn or carrot?

    He may very well be. My brothers bulldog is allergic to bones. If we give him a big juicy raw bone to chew he instantly vomits straight after it. Strange I know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chew the Mintie View Post
    Dogs shouldn't be given corn as they can't digest it and can end up with life threatening intestinal blockage (google it)
    Yes you have a point.
    Might just try a small amount of carrot see how that goes.

    So hard to try and figure out the right diet for him to thrive.


 

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