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Can dogs eat pasta sauce?

My dog has an ulcerated leg and has been on this special diet for 3 months. He also has a yeast infection. His diet includes a food with no wheat or other cereals and no pasta sauces. He's a large, 70lb dog. The pastas he has eaten are only chicken and beef. Should he have them? Can he have the sauce with the pasta or not? Should I give him the sauce with his pasta for his yeast infection? He's on this diet because of an allergy to other food (I think the allergy is gone).

Hi, welcome to the forum.

I am sorry to hear about your dog's health problems. If he is not improving after 3 months, you might need to consult with a vet.

If you want to continue the special diet for now, there are some things to keep in mind, but I believe most of the diet is fine for your dog.

As a person who has a wheat allergy, and had to change her dog's diet, I know what you mean when you say "No wheat, no wheat, no wheat" but this does not mean that the dog can't have some wheat in his diet.

I know some of the ingredients in the pasta sauce is not necessarily wheat-based, but I don't have any info about the ingredients in the pasta. As long as they are not wheat-based, I think your dog can have it.

I have some information here: http://www.aavpd.com/can-dogs-eat-pasta-sauce

"Pasta dishes often contain added ingredients, including wheat gluten, soybean meal, and other additives and fillers.

Some companies add other ingredients to the pasteurised dough to make it softer.

Pasta made with these ingredients can cause severe reactions in dogs, including vomiting and diarrhoea.

Some dogs react even to traces of these additives in the pasta.

If your dog is reacting to these additives, you should feed your dog foods that don't have them."

I had a dog who was allergic to wheat as well. His allergies were controlled with diet, so I never worried about him having wheat, corn, soy, etc. in his diet. If your dog reacts to the pasteurised dough, I'd avoid pasta all together. If you are going to try to get the yeast infection under control, I'd be concerned with the yeast also. You might need to try a few brands of pasta sauce to see what reacts. I'm sorry, I can't think of anything else to suggest!

When it comes to yeast I would not want my dog to have any yeast in his diet. Even if I gave him a chicken or beef based pasta sauce, I'd try to get it without any yeast added, and then make sure there are no yeast flakes or yeast based products in the ingredients.

When it comes to your dog having a wheat allergy you should never use wheat based products, or be concerned about it if your dog is having some wheat in his diet.

The yeast issue sounds serious to me, so if you want to keep him on a diet of chicken and beef based pasta, you can give him the sauce with the pasta, but it should be without any yeast in it.

I'd be more concerned about the yeast issue than about the wheat, because he's already having a gluten-free diet and you don't know what else is causing the problems.

I'm sorry, I don't think I'm any help. I'll have to say that it sounds to me like it is more serious than just the pasta sauce. You need to have him checked out by a vet. I hope this helps.

Hi, welcome to the forum.

I am sorry to hear about your dog's health problems. If he is not improving after 3 months, you might need to consult with a vet.

If you want to continue the special diet for now, there are some things to keep in mind, but I believe most of the diet is fine for your dog.

As a person who has a wheat allergy, and had to change her dog's diet, I know what you mean when you say "No wheat, no wheat, no wheat" but this does not mean that the dog can't have some wheat in his diet.

I know some of the ingredients in the pasta sauce is not necessarily wheat-based, but I don't have any info about the ingredients in the pasta. As long as they are not wheat-based, I think your dog can have it.

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Yes, I was wondering about the yeast issue, I don't think I can risk the yeast if the vet hasn't yet checked the leg.

My dog has an ulcerated leg and has been on this special diet for 3 months. He also has a yeast infection. His diet includes a food with no wheat or other cereals and no pasta sauces. He's a large, 70lb dog. The pastas he has eaten are only chicken and beef. Should he have them? Can he have the sauce with the pasta or not? Should I give him the sauce with his pasta for his yeast infection? He's on this diet because of an allergy to other food (I think the allergy is gone).

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It's a big concern and something I really should be having checked out.

I have seen a lot of threads and websites, but I am not sure about the yeast issue. What type of yeast is in the pasta sauces?

Yes, I was wondering about the yeast issue, I don't think I can risk the yeast if the vet hasn't yet checked the leg.

My dog has an ulcerated leg and has been on this special diet for 3 months. He also has a yeast infection. His diet includes a food with no wheat or other cereals and no pasta sauces. He's a large, 70lb dog. The pastas he has eaten are only chicken and beef. Should he have them? Can he have the sauce with the pasta or not? Should I give him the sauce with his pasta for his


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