Hypoallergenic Dog Food

Choosing an anti-allergenic dog food is the best way to help your furry friend. If your dog suffers reactions from typical kibble, a hypoallergenic dog food removes this issue, looking after your pup stress-free.

Our hypoallergenic food for dogs and puppies is loaded with protein, carbohydrates, fibre and vitamins, meaning that you can get all the advantages of allergy-free dog food without compromising your pooch’s health.


Packed with Nutrients

Boosts Digestion

Robust, Shiny Coat and Skin

Dental Care


Natural Ingredients

Sustainably Sourced

What Does Hypoallergenic Mean?

When dog food is described as ‘hypoallergenic’, it is unlikely to cause an allergic reaction. If your dog has allergies to certain problem ingredients, an allergy-free dog food provides a nutritious meal with a much lower risk of an allergic reaction. Made from novel insect protein, our hypoallergenic dry dog food is a perfect choice.

How are Allergies and Intolerances Different?

We often use the terms allergy and intolerance interchangeably, but they are subtly different. Allergies affect the immune system, meaning that even seemingly insignificant amounts of ingested food can trigger life-threatening reactions. However, intolerances affect the digestive system, and exposure typically causes milder reactions.

The good news is that our hypoallergenic dog food is perfect for dogs with both allergies and intolerances, providing all the nutrients they require without risking an immune or digestive system reaction. You can rest assured that your pup receives the highest quality food and will keep wagging their tail for longer.

How you can Avoid Adverse Reactions

Novel Protein Diet for your Dog

If your dog suffers from food intolerances and allergies, changing the type of protein in its food can have dramatic benefits. Bug protein is the base of our recipe; dogs have not been exposed to this novel protein source, meaning their immune systems are unlikely to react. So, by opting for our anti-allergenic dog food, your best friend receives all the energy and nutrients from their meal without suffering a reaction.

Essential Nutrients for a Hypoallergenic Dog Diet

Keeping your dog healthy can often be challenging. We love our pets and always want to give them everything to live full lives. That includes crucial nutrients that we may not consider. Your dog needs:


Essential for growth, protein is central to a dog’s diet. Plus, it includes amino acids that contribute to maintaining healthy hair and skin and repairing muscle damage.


Soluble and insoluble fibres promote digestive health, decreasing issues like gas and increasing the number of nutrients absorbed by the intestines and used to keep your dog fit and strong.


Vitamins are essential in our diets, but they are also essential for your dog’s hypoallergenic diet. Vitamin E promotes immune system health, and Vitamin A is vital for hair growth and skin protection.


Carbohydrates are a dog’s primary source of energy. But unfortunately, they can trigger allergic reactions. That’s why finding new carbohydrates helps create hypoallergenic dry dog food and keep your pup happy and healthy.

Spotting a Reaction

Understanding the symptoms of an allergic reaction ensures you can identify one occurring and seek veterinary support to protect your dog. Here are the common signs:

  • Itchy skin
  • Red rashes, particularly on paws, ears, stomach, face, chin and groin
  • Swelling around the face, eyelids, lips, ears or ear flaps
  • Diarrhoea
  • Vomiting
  • Excessive wind
  • Lethargy
  • Weight loss
  • Aggression
  • Hyperactivity

What Goes into our Hypoallergenic Puppy and Dog Food?

We are proud to have created a unique hypoallergenic low-fat dog food recipe packed with the goodness your dog needs. Here are the nutritional facts and our ingredients:

Protein 28%, Fat 11%, Fibre 5%, Ash 7%

Regular Food:

Grain-Free Food:

Suitable For

Our hypoallergenic food for puppies and dogs can be with your pooch for life as it is suitable for any dog over two months old. That includes:


Working Dogs



One of my dogs has severe allergies and this food is brilliant for her. 
I also feel good that I’m in a very small way, helping the environment

Anonymous Customer

My dogs LOVE this dog food 😍 and the Bug Bakes dog treats. We have 2 French Bulldogs with lots of allergies and the Bug Bakes grain free has made such an improvement to their itching, gnawing at paws etc. their coats are now lovely and shiny too. All this AND we are helping the environment 👍🏻

Paula Johnson

Our dogs love Bug Bakes! They both have had allergies so this food is great for them as it doesn't trigger any of their allergies.

Amelia Lee


How to change dog foods without making my dog ill? 

To prevent illness, you should gradually transition between diets. Start by introducing 25% of the new dog food for a day. Then increase in 25% increments across a week until you have changed the diet.

What commonly causes allergies and itchy skin in dogs?

There are many things your dog can be allergic to, including fleas, food and their environment. Typically, dog food allergies are caused by beef, chicken, milk, eggs, soy, wheat or corn. 

How do dog food allergies and intolerances differ?

Allergies are immune system reactions to certain foods, whereas intolerances are digestion reactions.

What are the different symptoms of a dog food allergy and intolerance?

The symptoms of allergies and intolerances are similar, though they are typically milder with intolerances. You should look out for the following:

  • Diarrhoea
  • Excessive wind
  • Vomiting
  • Swelling around the face, eyelids, ears, lips and ear flaps
  • Red rashes on the skin, especially near the tummy, groin, face, chin, paws and ears
  • Weight loss
  • Extreme tiredness or activity
  • Aggression