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Nala seems to have an intolerance to poultry and will have gas and soft stools. Wondering if other owners have noticed this with their doberman ?

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Yes. I finally discovered poultry was Brody's issue with loose stools, gas, etc. Since I put him on Acana Ranchland he's been great. I have since been told by my vet that poultry is the most common protein allergy in dogs. I have to be sure it isn't in any of his treats as well.
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I am suspicous Ivan also has an allergy to chicken, but with his hock and hypothryroidism and my senior cat I haven't had time to thoroughly investigate.


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Yes, poultry is off limits for my boy. Poultry of all types gives me stomach upset and makes him chew his paws raw.
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I haven't noticed any issues with duck treats, but chicken used to give him extremely bad gas and diarrhea. When shopping for stuff I pretty much stick to duck, lamb and some beef now. Very, very rarely, pork as a special treat.

He still has gas, but I think it's "normal" gas now. His stool is fine.

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Dreizehn gets SUPER gassy on chicken foods and sometimes has loose stools too. He's fine with turkey and duck, however.



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He's fine with turkey and dick, however.
Gawd, I hope that's a typo. If not you got some 'splainin' to do.
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It was a typo! Darn phone
I fixed it, lol



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Keira cannot do processed chicken or turkey at all. Not in treats, not in kibble, not in canned, nothing. Ripley has a hard time with some processed poultry, but not all. Seems to depend on brand. Both dogs can do processed duck though.

Neither dog has any intolerance whatsoever to raw or cooked chicken or turkey. I have no idea why this is.



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Keira cannot do processed chicken or turkey at all. Not in treats, not in kibble, not in canned, nothing. Ripley has a hard time with some processed poultry, but not all. Seems to depend on brand. Both dogs can do processed duck though.

Neither dog has any intolerance whatsoever to raw or cooked chicken or turkey. I have no idea why this is.
Its because the protein's nature changes during the processing. The allergic reactions are due to the protein, and if the protein structure changes, then the reaction likely does.

Zeus could not handle raw chicken or raw turkey. According to the raw feeders, this is very rare. So is my luck!
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No poultry for Max. He is on salmon, it works best for him.

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