20 Best Foods for Beagles with Allergies

Dealing with your Beagle’s food allergies can be beyond frustrating! We asked our 800,000 members of Beagle community on facebook the following question: “Those of you with Beagles who have allergies…. what food do you use and why?” We received hundreds of replies, and summarized the top 20 responses here.

As always, be sure to consult your veterinarian before making any health changes to your Beagle’s diet. iHeartDogs is reader supported, so some of the links below may be affiliate links where we receive a small commission at no additional cost to you.

20 Best Dog Foods for Beagles with Allergies

Cook chicken, brown rice, and a peas/carrots mix. Then mix them with a raw egg and a spoonful of pure pumpkin pureè and lightly warm it all in the microwave (20-30 sec). Never feed them bagged, dry food. It’s poison.

Author: Scotty R.

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My Beagle almost died because of seizures. I read online about red dye in dog food. I switched from kibbles n bits to blue wilderness n she hasn’t had another seizure since. Red dye is bad for dogs!

Author: Kelly L Orlowski H.

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My pups get Taste of the Wild Grain free – Lamb.They can do anything grain free… EXCEPT salmon. Beagle farts that smell like fish… HELL NO HELL NO HELL NOOOOO! SO BAD

Author: Stephanie C.

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Lamb based food for skin allergies. (Vet recommended) Currently Fromm lamb and lentil. Coat has filled in and is shiny!

Author: LeAnne C.

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Purina pro plan lamb and oats ours has really bad poultry allergies

Author: Maggie-Ellen P.

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Fromm – great quality in all of their various diets.

Author: Katie E.

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Blue buffalo vet, NP alligator

Author: Lisa R.

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Found out he is allergic to beef and chicken, so it’s dry Fromm Lamb and lentil with a little Fromm wet Lamb and Potato mixed in. He goes crazy for it and no more upset stomach.

Author: Brian L.

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We’ve gone homemade for about nine years now.

Author: Holly M.

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Merrick been using it for years and never a problem.

Author: Jeff H.

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Delicate Care Sensitive Skin or Stomach, hard to get and a bit expensive you need to look up the website to find stockists. One of the few grain free that did wonders for one of our beagles that had lots of skin sensitivities, also used it for our other beagle and you could see almost immediate improvement in his coat. The other one that worked for our beagles for a change was Taste of the Wild Pacific stream but I think it has a high salt content so we stopped using g it.

Author: Tony S.

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We use Purina one since she had it at shelter. Only a few yrs ago developed allergies & took a light pill. But recently had to go up in strength. Vet said rag weed was awful this fall. Now she’s gd

Author: Kathy K.

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I switched to a dry dog food that is grain-free except for brown rice. If you look at the ingredients on a lot of the dry dog food the first ingredient is corn.

Author: Carol S.

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I use costco brand nature’s domain no issues with my dogs except one is a bit picky so we change up the flavor once in awile to get her to not turn her nose up at it

Author: Thomas Paul W.

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Whatever she eats has to be Salmon and grain free. Even on her daily dose of Apoquel, she’ll start itching if she eats anything else. Currently she’s on American Journey Salmon and Sweet Potatoes.And I’ve heard don’t do grain-free from her vet enough. She’s 17 already and before we switched and her allergies were out of control, her quality of life sucked.

Author: Elizabeth C.

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Hills Sensitive Skin and Stomach

Author: Heather W.

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Victor works for mine.

Author: Scott B.

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AVA sensitive from pets at home …with some cooked meat or fish

Author: Hayley Louise J.

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Royal Canin Hydrolized Protein Formula

Author: Eileen Ann P.

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Purina sensitive stomach and cytopoint shots

Author: Ashley M.

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As always, be sure to consult your veterinarian before making any health changes to your Beagle’s food. iHeartDogs is reader supported, so some of the links above may be affiliate links where we receive a small commission at no additional cost to you.