When it comes to dog allergies, feeding the proper raw meaty bones diet is an essential part of the curative process. Commercial pet foods are packed with species-inappropriate ingredients which are inevitably part of the underlying root cause of the vast majority of allergies. Many raw feeders report that fleas are not a problem with raw-fed dogs too which is another frequently-identified culprit with allergic dogs.
Typical signs of allergies in dogs
In some dogs also showing concurrent digestive disorders the diet needs to be changed after allowing the gut to settle down and heal by using a bone broth to enable a better gut microbiome to establish itself.
Mildly allergic dogs frequently have recurrent ear problems. These dogs tend to have hotter skin and with little air movement in the ear canal (especially with breeds with hanging ear flaps) where bacteria can more easily inhabit the warm, moist environment that develops. These dogs often prefer to lie on cooler floors too. Ear issues are usually an indication by amplification of how the rest of the skin is behaving too. Dogs with ear issues but no skin problems are walking a knife-edge that could deteriorate into developing skin problems too.
Once the food allergens have been eliminated it is easier to rebalance the dog's immune system and to eliminate allergic symptoms.