Do you think dog toys are causing allergies in our dogs?
A lot of dogs seem to have allergies - instead of food, could it be a reaction to their toys?
I think that would depend if your dog has an allergic reaction to one of the components in his dog toy.
It is a combination of poor breeding, food and environmental elements. People pamper sick dogs so unlike in nature, bad genes get passed down. Were willing to medically treat our animals instead of putting them down or at the least, prevent breeding.
Not to mention all the crap that is being sprayed all over the USA on crops, lawns and everything else.
I don't think dog allergies are common. A food allergy is entirely different because they ingest the food. Hopefully they do not ingest their toys. Beware of toys they can eat like rawhide toys. They will eat them and likely end up with an upset stomach and loose stools.
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