Dog Foods For Brewers Rice or Brewers Yeast Allergy

I recently found out my dog likely has a brewers allergy. In my dog, it caused his hair to fall out in patches, leaving bald spots on his sides.

Finding a list of safe foods has been difficult, so I compiled a list of foods to avoid. I wanted to share it here for anyone else who has a bog with a brewers allergy, including brewers rice and brewers dried yeast.

AVOID: Dog Foods WITH Brewers Rice or Brewers Yeast
  • Black Gold Premium Blends Dog Food (Dry)
  • Black Gold Signature Series (Dry)
  • Bob Timberlake Signature Series Dog Food (Dry)
  • BOGO Bowl Dog Food (Dry)
  • Canyon Creek Ranch Dog Food (Dry)
  • Country Vet Naturals Dog Food (Dry)
  • Drs. Foster and Smith Signature Series (Dry)
  • Eukanuba Boxer (Dry)
  • Eukanuba Breed Specific Formulas (Dry)
  • Eukanuba Custom Care (Dry)
  • Eukanuba Dog Food (Canned)
  • Eukanuba Excel Dog Food (Dry)
  • Eukanuba German Shepherd (Dry)
  • Eukanuba Labrador Retriever (Dry)
  • Eukanuba Life Stages Dog Food (Dry)
  • Eukanuba Natural (Dry)
  • Eukanuba Naturally Wild (Dry)
  • Eukanuba Premium Performance (Dry)
  • Exclusive Dog Food (Dry)
  • Farmina N&D Grain Free Dog Food (Dry)
  • Hubbard Life Dog Food (Dry)
  • Iams Naturistics (Dry)
  • Iams Sensitive Naturals (Dry)
  • Iams Simple and Natural (Dry)
  • Iams Veterinary Formulas Intestinal Plus (Dry)
  • Ivet Healthy Gourmet Dog Food (Dry)
  • Love Grub Dog Food (Dry)
  • Loyall Dog Food (Dry)
  • Luvsome Dog Food (Dry)
  • Natural Balance Original Ultra Whole Body Health (Dry)
  • Nutri Life Dog Food (Dry)
  • Nutro Kitchen Classics (Canned)
  • Nutro Max (Canned)
  • Nutro Rotations (Dry)
  • Ol’ Roy Skin and Coat (Dry)
  • Pro-Pet Dog Food (Dry)
  • ProSeries Dog Food (Dry)
  • Purina Healthy Morsels (Dry)
  • Purina Pro Plan Natural (Dry)
  • Purina Pro Plan Select (Dry)
  • Purina Pro Plan Sport (Dry)
  • Red Flannel Dog Food (Dry)
  • Redpaw PowerEdge Dog Food (Dry)
  • Royal Canin Mini (Dry)
  • Royal Canin Mini Adult (Dry)
  • Southern States Advanced (Dry)
  • Sportsman’s Pride (Dry)
  • Taste of the Wild (Dry)
  • Tuffy’s Gold Dog Food (Dry)
If your dog is showing signs of an allergy while eating the foods on this list, I'd guess your dog may very likely have a brewers allergy as well.

So far, I've found one food my dog doesn't have a reaction to. I'm planning on adding to this list as I discover more foods that are safe for him

SAFE: Dog Foods WITHOUT Brewers Rice or Brewers Yeast
Have you found any brewers-free dog food? Leave a comment below. I'll keep this page updated with as much info as possible. ;)

How Much Is A Speeding Ticket In North Ridgeville, Ohio?

In Ohio, the cost of speeding tickets differ based on what city you're in. Recently, I've had the opportunity to find out how much a speeding ticket costs in North Ridgevile, a city in Lorain County, Ohio. In fact, I'm 38, and this was my first time finding out how much ANY speeding ticket, or any kind of ticket costs, for that matter. So, at leas there's that.

Anyway, as of July 2017, going 49 in a 35, which is 14 mph over the speed limit, will cost you a total of $163 in North Ridgeville, Ohio. The total comes to $171 if you pay online thanks to an "access fee" they throw in for paying online. Ouch. Best of luck not speeding here!

  • North Ridgeville, Lorain County, Ohio
    49 in 35 -  $171
  • Lawerence County, Ohio
    80 in 55 - $216

What does a speeding ticket cost in your neck of the woods? Leave a comment below. I'll keep this page updated with as much info as possible. ;)

Why Nose Rings Suck

I had wanted a nose ring for well over 8 years. At age 37, I finally decided to go for it. I have had multiple piercing in my ears and one in my navel, so I wasn't too worried about the pain. My body, however, had other plans. As I walked to the piercing room, my body broke out into a cold sweat. There was some prep work, and each time he got close to my nose, I was awaiting the greatest pain of my life. I knew deep down that I could deal with the pain, but my body had a hard time believing me.

The pain wasn't too bad, but immediately after, I lost it. The fear of pain instantly turned into the reality of trauma to my face. I broke out into another huge sweat, and felt like I was going to pass out. Or throw up. Or both. I went home and relaxed for a few hours, and felt batter. It felt weird, and soon, I was starting to regret my decision. But, after a few days, I got a bit more used to it.

Sure, nose rings look cute, but they are a pain in the ass. There were a lot of things I had to avoid for the next 4-6 months after it was pierced to allow the piercing to heal properly and avoid infection... like wearing makeup and touching my nose.

I missed not being able to wear makeup, wash my nose with face wash, and do a face mask. Around my piercing, small dark blackhead-type blemishes had started to form... I'm suspecting from the metal in my nose as well as the lack of being able to properly wash it.

It sucked having to be hyper-aware of not getting it dirty, especially when doing yard work and mowing the lawn. 🌱 I had mowed the lawn twice after getting the piercing, and both times, it got very red around the piercing for 1-2 days afterward. Yes, as I was mowing, dust had flown up and into the piercing, infecting it.

It also sucked having the baby kick it whenever she pleased... OUCH! 🙊

Just 10 minutes after I removed it, my nose ring
was already starting to heal up.
It was also a booger-catcher. I had to soak it every morning so I could loosen the boogers on the part in my nose, and clean them off with a q-tip just so I could breathe through my nose.

My piercing has been out for about a week, and its already a HUGE relief. I'm glad I did it, but also glad I can take it out now too. So far, it's healing up very nicely. There's just a small red dot that is easily covered by a little makeup. Which I'm finally allowed to wear again. ;)

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