Simply Natural has a duck and potato, Timberwolf has a fish and potato on the way as well as a buffalo. Keep in mind they aren't meant for long term feeding though.
If going to foods that don't have a lot of the common grain allergies in them isn't helping Cinder significantly I'm thinking she is dealing with contact and inhalent allergies as well. Perhaps flea, dust, mold, cat and the list goes on. There's also a good chance she has protein specific allergies as well. I have yet to run into a dog with just one or the other allergy, it's always a combo. I would suggest you ask you vet about blood titer allergy testing. They expose the blood to all the allergens in your part of the country as well as grains, meats, fleas etc
It's not 100% accurate but at least you will have a really good idea of what you are dealing with. It's not cheap but it's not horribly expensive either. The food dance can be far more expensive, after your 5th bag(depending on price) you may have reached the price of the test
Sorry about assuming it was Cinder
Face scratching, yeast in the right ear, chewing on the front legs, scratching the arm pits, all are signs of food reaction. If Kato has had problems with yeast(smells like dirty socks) in his ear(s) apple cider vinegar cut with water(50/50) will help keep that under control. Fill the ear canal half way and massage it(it's be squishy) in once a week should do the trick
Also, with antibiotics please supplement him with plain yogurt or get a good digestive enzyme supplement. He will need help keeping the flora in his digestive tract healthy. There can also be systemic yeast infections caused by long term use of antibiotics, so giving him a digestive enzyme capsule with ever antibiotic will help to prevent that.
Sorry if this is too much information, things just keep occuring to me:). Please keep me posted, I would love to hear how he's doing.
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