I would definitely NOT go with the Hills. Don't know much about the other kibble. Could you try a raw diet? If you don't want to go totally raw, you could boil the meat to make it medium rare. When I want to put my dogs on a bland diet, I boil hamburger or chicken with a sweet potato. Sorry I couldn't give you a kibble recommendation.
I had a boxer with bad allegies, she would get really snotty, green, yellow it was disgusting. I used Tavist D to get her sinuses to drain, it worked like a charm. Kept her from having to do the cortisone shots and it helped with the other allergy symptoms as well. I told my vet about it and he didn't say it would do any harm sooooo. As far as the staff infection?? I can't help there.
The ring worm is treatable with an athletes foot fungal cream.........it's a similar fungus. Be careful with bedding and such it's very contagious and you can get it too. Wash what ever she uses in really hot soapy water and bleach.
I woudn't mix the raw and kibble, they won't get the benefits from it that way. If you can only do it occasionally it's better than nothing. Fed it in a separate meal though. They will get the most bang for you buck that way. Good luck.
Did you do a ringworm test on her ear, or did the vet just assume that's what it was?
My dog is on the Duck and Potato formula and that's the ONLY thing he can eat. Every other kibble sends him into itching fits and congestion. That means, he only gets that brand of cookies too (no other snacks, and you must, must stick to that!!) If I slip him an occasional treat, (heh, I'm only human )the dog is all red and itchy by morning!
So she can eat raw chicken and doesn't seem to be allergic at all so far?
Ringworm question.........If you have one dog with it, wouldnt your other dogs get it as well? Because I know how fast it spreads....
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