We love this interesting infographic about possible food allergies in pets. While it has become common to watch out for the signs of life-threatening food allergies in young children, it still comes as a surprise to some pet parents that their four-legged companions can also suffer from food allergies. Just like in humans, a food allergy occurs when a pet’s immune system mistakenly believes a specific food is harmful. Dogs and cats immune system responds with antibodies, which triggers a series of dangerous symptoms. As always, if you suspect a problem with your beloved fur baby, check with your vet!