A dog’s diet may depend on the breed.
But it’s a bit more complicated than that.
Read more The following list is for information on all pet foods.
For information on the types of food that can be used for a dog, refer to the appropriate section.
Allergies and sensitivities are common in dogs.
There are certain foods that should not be used with a dog and certain foods should not also be used by a dog.
These rules may change as new information becomes available.
The most important rule is that dogs should not consume any food containing wheat, barley, corn, rice, or other grains that have been genetically engineered.
The following table lists some of the ingredients in pet foods that can cause allergies or sensitivities.
These allergens are considered to be genetically engineered ingredients and are commonly found in pet food.
When you buy pet food from a grocery store, you can check with the manufacturer for ingredients that may be allergens.
These ingredients are typically found in products that are labelled with “Made in the USA.”
Pet foods containing genetically engineered food ingredients include: chicken, egg, pork, beef, chicken, turkey, chicken breast, and beef, turkey leg, and turkey.
Allergenic foods that are listed as gluten-free include: oats, barley malt, barley flour, oats, wheat, wheat bran, corn gluten, sorghum meal, sorbitol, oats protein, and sorghums.
These gluten-containing foods are commonly used by pets in their diets, especially young children and puppies.
Other allergens include: corn gluten meal, wheat germ, wheat protein, sorbic acid, sorbs, yeast, and salt.
All of these ingredients are generally not recommended for dog diets.
When a dog eats a gluten-based food, some of it may get into his or her intestines.
This can cause GI issues and be life-threatening.
It is also possible that the food may contain traces of antibiotics or other potentially harmful substances.
Many pet food manufacturers now recommend avoiding foods containing wheat.
Most of the pet food sold in Canada is gluten-Free.
This means that the ingredient does not contain any gluten.
The exception to this rule is corn gluten.
Some pet food brands, such as PetSmart, contain corn gluten or are gluten- Free.
If your dog consumes a food that contains corn gluten it is important to follow these steps to avoid it.
First, check the ingredient label.
The label on a pet food may say “gluten free.”
If this is not the case, the product may contain gluten.
If it does, you should be aware that it may not be the best option.
If the ingredient is listed on the ingredient list as “GLUTEN-FREE,” the product should not contain corn, wheat or any other grain that is genetically engineered or genetically modified.
It should be avoided if it contains corn, oats or other genetically engineered grains.
In addition, if a pet owner uses a gluten free diet, it is recommended that the dog is fed a food with at least 1 gram of protein per kilogram of body weight.
This protein amount is equal to the amount of protein in a grain of grain free or gluten- free grain (1 g/kg of body) and is equal in terms of amino acid content.
If a pet eats too much protein, the dog will not get the necessary amount of amino acids in his or its diet.
This is known as over-supplementing.
The amount of additional protein in the diet can cause the dog to become intolerant to it.
It may also increase the amount that the puppy or puppy-type dog consumes.
Finally, if the dog eats too many grains, the amount ingested can also cause the pet to become dehydrated.
This will result in increased weight gain and health issues.
Pet food manufacturers often provide nutrition information in the nutrition facts label.
This information provides general information about the ingredients used in a pet’s diet.
For more detailed information on specific ingredients, see the section on ingredients that are allergens or sensitities.