Try a food that is JUST meat if you are having potential food allergy issues. I would recommend wild calling. They have novel protein sources as well like duck, rabbit, bison, and even alligator! This would be a true elimination allergy test since it has only meat and vitamins/minerals as ingredients. I’m very sorry your pup is having issues. I know how frustrating it can be. You could also try a diluted iodine foot soak. iodine is wonderful because it kills yeast and bacterial infections, that may be a primary or secondary issue due to the licking. You could try adding Epsom salts to the foot soak as well. I would rinse the feet well though if you use salts so it doesn’t have a laxative effect if your dog licks it off.
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Everyone loves convenience but there's only so much quality that can be preserved when companies start canning foods like BBQ chicken sandwiches, peanut butter and jelly, cheeseburgers and hot dogs. Then again, hot dogs even fresh are not the definition of fine food to begin with.
Idaho Food Bank Canned Food Drive | East Idaho Online
The canning of food began early in the nineteenth century when Nicholas Appert, a French chef and candy maker, responded to a contest held by Napoleon Bonaparte. Bonaparte hoped to supply his troops with wholesome preserved foods when on campaign. Appert invented canning in glass containers in 1809. Britain, Napoleon's chief political adversary, rapidly responded. In 1810 the Englishman Peter Durand received a patent for food preservation. He used containers made of tin-coated sheets of iron hoping to produce a less breakable and more easily transported product. Durand was thus the inventor of the tin can, so called—although tin was only a coating intended to protect the underlying metal from the acids in foods. Canning expanded rapidly.
When Canned Food Is Freshest | Outside Online