Thanks everyone for your support through all of it ! It has helped tremendously, even more when I was discouraged.
There isn’t much she isn’t reacting to. We’ve tried dozens of animal proteins, soy, corn and probably others I don’t remember. I’ve tried dozens of regular kibble, with or without grains, raw meat, kibbles for sensitive stomach, hydrolyzed protein, freeze dried, vegetarian food, vegan food, name it.It's great that you know for sure. So what specifically is she allergic to?
No, there are no food allergy tests that exist for dogs, according to my dermatologist (she has training and work experience in US so I suppose it’s the same in the states).Oh. I thought when you said the dermatologist confirmed it that meant something like she had a positive reaction from a specific allergy test. Like when people try to figure out what they're allergic to (multiple injections of various allergens). How did the dermatologist come to the food allergy conclusion? Glad she's got a fair variety of foods she can eat! Been a tough year!