A unique recipe for your dog's allergies and intolerances

The right sources of protein to support easy digestion

Cuts out common allergens and problem ingredients

What makes the best hypoallergenic dog food?

Tell us about your dog’s allergies, intolerances or conditions and we’ll create a hypoallergenic dog food recipe just for them. We’ll leave out common allergens and work with you to make it right for life.

A dog with hypoallergenic Tails.com food

Common conditions

Our hypoallergenic dog food recipes cut out the ingredients your dog can’t stomach, or use hypoallergenic kibbles to help relieve the symptoms of common conditions:

  • Itchy skin, dermatitis and other sensitive skin conditions
  • Colitis and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
  • Dog food allergies and intolerances
  • What's different about our hypoallergenic food?

    Ingredients to avoid in hypoallergenic food

    Steer clear of the ‘big five’

    The five ingredients most likely to cause an allergic reaction: beef, eggs, dairy, soya, and wheat. We can leave out any or all of them to suit your dog.

    Easy digestion for dogs

    Easy to digest proteins

    We use lots of fish, lamb, and chicken – sources of protein that are easy on the tummy and great for sensitive digestion.

    Hydrolysed proteins

    Hydrolysed proteins

    We use hydrolysed salmon protein, which splits the protein strands into smaller ones so they’re less likely to trigger an immune response.

    Hypoallergenic food not quite what you need? If your dog has digestion problems without the big allergies, you might be better with a recipe for a sensitive tummy.

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