Dealing with your Husky’s food allergies can be beyond frustrating! We asked our 800,000 members of Husky community on facebook the following question: “Those of you with Husky who have allergies…. what food do you use and why?” We received hundreds of replies, and summarized the top 20 responses here.
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20 Best Dog Foods for Husky with Allergies
My husky can’t eat wheat so I read the labels and she really likes Natural balance chicken and sweet potato.
Author: Linda N.
If it’s grain allergies, I had my girl on Nature’s Recipe brand of sweet potatoes, pumpkin and salmon flavor. She loved and had no other chewing issues since her paws healed up. Although she was not a Husky she was a Labrador Retriever.
Author: Glenda Stover H.
I feed mine 4Health. Sensitive Skin from Tractor Supply! He seems to love it and the main ingredient is Salmon!
Author: Cindy H.
Kira and Koda don’t have allergies but they’re pretty sensitive. Both are on Purina Pro Plan
Author: Amy F.
Acana duck and pear. That’s the only food I have found that my girl isn’t allergic to
Author: Dina R.
My Husky Angel Blue had severe allergies, and 2 of her allergens were wheat and barley, so she had to eat grain-free food. I chose Blue Buffalo Canned Grain Free Salmon for her. My Golden that I have now also has allergies. I’ll post him in the comments.
Author: Sandra K. B.
Have never had any bcs I feed raw. Huskies has very unique metabolism and typically they do not cope processes kibble as well as raw original food. This is based on my decades of experience as a breeder and owner relying on scientific research. Kibbles are carbs.
Author: Tuulia A.
All the years we have owned huskies we have never had one that has allergies or sensitive stomachs. All have lived long healthy lives. We feed some raw and pure harmony wet and cooked fresh chicken shredded.
Author: Dorothy Redfield I.
Boiled chicken rice and vegetables, Brussels broccoli diced medley, he stopped eating after his pup died. Would not eat any kind of dog food when he realized his boy wasn’t coming back
Author: Matthew M.
I use Arden grange as it’s hypoallergenic and he’s been fine
Author: Kirsty H.
Blue for sensitive stomach. Also banana chips, tangelo’s and fresh veggies
Author: Norma Q.
Chicken based taste of the wild, grain free. Our husky was allergic to grain his first year and a half.
Author: Steve S.
Our female cannot have any kind of poultry. We use purina pro plan lamb or beef. Never had an issue with any other kinds of allergies.
Author: Dan P.
My husky who I don’t longer have, he lived over fourteen years. He was allergic to many things. I had him taking allergy shots for twelve years. Food I was feeding him solid gold limited ingredients.
Author: Lydia W.
Protein Allergy so she eats prescription Purina Hydrolyzed Protein food. She does great on it and loves the flavor.
Author: Justeen P.
Farmina N&D lamb, pumpkins and blueberry Grain free and Nutrivet Probiotics and enzymes. He’s allergic to anything with chicken in and a super sensitive stomach. With this food he has solid stools and great muscle mass. Very very healthy. Last year at this time he was so sick. This food is a godsend
Author: Kim D.
Roasted skinless, boneless chicken breasts, canned salmon. Arcana or equivalent dry food. No problems.
Author: Wade P.
One of ours has allergies and we tried all different brands before we decided to make our own, no problems since then
Author: Amanda F.
Mine eat grain free venture amazing food! But you may want to find out what their allergies are first it took me two years to find many of them out and many bags of food. I’d go for a blood test if you could.
Author: Lynn G.
No allergies but I have a lad with a very sensitive tummy, or was until we switched him to raw.
Author: Valma O.
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