Dealing with your Corgi’s food allergies can be beyond frustrating! We asked our 800,000 members of Corgi community on facebook the following question: “Those of you with Corgis 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 Corgi’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 Corgis with Allergies
Mine was diabetic so we had prescriptions from the vet for Royal Canin. Lots of options if I remember correctly. Kind of spendy though.
Author: Rhoda S.
Mack (RIP) had dry skin /allergies. He was scratching all the time. It all went away when I started putting coconut oil in his food. About a teaspoon each meal. We fed him mid range quality food from the supermarket. Nothing fancy.
Author: Marty M.
Completely balanced raw diet, because it’s real food without unnecessary garbage, and I believe that highly processed foods cause health issues just like it does in humans
Author: Leslie H.
Not a food recommendation, but I would HIGHLY recommend this allergy supplement. Reduced my dog’s itching substantially. My vet said keep using it!
Author: Jay C.
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We feed our boy Blissful Belly. His skin has cleared up.
Author: Jessica M.
Mine was allergic to grains and also problems with bladder stones. Hydrolyzed food worked for both things Hill z/d
Author: Kim Magee B.
My corgi is allergic to all animal protein so she’s on a prescribed food of royal canin hydrolyzed protein. She no longer throws up after every meal and her coat is extremely soft, fluffy, and shiny.
Author: Shelby R.
Our corgi was diagnosed with a chicken allergy. Vet suggested hydrolyzed protein dog food. Lucy loves all food, fruit, veggies so filling out her food is easy. Chicken appears in almost ALL dog food. I will have to try the coconut oil in her food as well as suggested.
Author: Josi B.
Kirkland sweet potato and salmon we tried everything and also no people food except veggies and some fruit.
Author: Coby E.
We suggest Great Lakes Pork recipe. High quality kibble.
Author: Chris Linda F.
One of our corgi is allergic to chicken and chicken by products, so she gets beef and potato food by wholesome from Tractor Supply.
Author: DavidandKatie N.
Mine is allergic to chicken. So she eats mostly beef, pork and turkey. Freshpet has salmon and white fish.
Author: Candia T.
I make Reggie homemade food from venison harvested on our land. I mix with organic sweet potatoes, brown rice, green peas, carrots and a raw egg. Kept refrigerated. His coat is shiny , eyes are bright, and no more hot spots from chewing and itching. (we think it’s by products and chicken meat he’s allergic to, though he tolerates fresh eggs). All organic.
Author: Linda Arkison W.
Purina pro plan sensitive skin and stomach with salmon. My girl doesn’t eat any chicken and does well on this food.
Author: Jennifer T.
Royal Canin (Duck and Potatoe) has solved any and all related issues….
Author: Jim B.
Our corgi is allergic to chicken and is diabetic and it’s very challenging to find non-chicken prescription meal/treats. Her vet prescribed her hill’s diet metabolic lamb meal and rice
Author: Dessy Taslim-N.
Merrick: I purchase the limited ingredient salmon dry food. NO CHICKEN!
Author: Margaret Giddings-O.
Square Pet Skin & Digestive Support. LID using hydrolized pork as a protein. Formulated by vets
Author: Donna G.
Author: Christina D.
Addiction food on Amazon it’s air dried and has lots of options to choose from it’s way healthier then most kibble my corgi has a sensitive stomach and this food works great I get the apples and kangaroo. It comes from new New Zealand and has done wonders for all my dogs.Addiction Wild Kangaroo & Apples – Dry Dog Food – Limited Ingredient Premium Protein – Muscle and Weight Management – Grain-Free – Made in New Zealand – Ideal for Sensitive Dogs – 20 pounds
Author: Shelila H.
I make our Corgi’s food from fresh chicken breast or thigh and no salt green beans. I add other vegies and fruit too, like no salt canned sweet potatoes, carrots, beets, peas, etc and blueberries, strawberries etc. We also give a very high quality vet approved vitamin/mineral supplement.
Author: Teresa Locey S.
As always, be sure to consult your veterinarian before making any health changes to your Corgi’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.