Hi, wow, I'm so sorry that you are going through this with Ally, and my heart goes out to both of you. Poor sweet girl. It sounds like you have been doing everything right, with trying the grain free foods, giving her the supplements, and keeping her clean. It must be really frustrating and worrisome trying to find the right solutions for her. I also have a female bully named Blossom who suffers from allergies to chicken, salmon, corn and grains, she had all the same symptoms as Ally did, and we switched her foods 4 times before we found one that she tolerated and didn't have any allergy issues with. We found Fromm's Beef Fritatta, grain free, and she has been on this food for 21 months and is doing really well with this brand. It really is a trial and error process to find the right food. Which brands have you tried, and how long have you tried each food for? The reason I'm asking is that it can take a whole month before you see any improvements from a food change, as it takes this long for the old food to leave their system. Have you just tried the supplements like yogurt, coconut oil, etc. or do you give them to her regularly? Yogurt, Omegas, and ACV, are things that really help and boost the immume system, which helps her fight allergy symptoms, but they have to be given everyday to work, and see long term benefits. Have you tried changing her drinking water to filtered water? Sometimes tap water can cause allergy symptoms as well as some of her symptoms could be environmental. Have you tried giving her Benadryl? And if you have, does she get any relief from the allergy symptoms? I'm not familiar with yeast starvation diets, or raw feeding, but hopefully some members who do will come along soon and give you some advice. The only other advice I can offer is maybe your vet can offer some solutions, and maybe some allergy testing may give you the answers you need. Allergy tests can reveal exactly what she is allergic to, and then you'll know what to eliminate in her diet and environment. There are so many environmental factors that could also be giving her symptoms such as grass, trees, pollen, laundry soap, shampoos you may be using, or tap water. Maybe Benadryl, or other allergy medications can help her, or maybe with the help of your vet, through other medications and elimination of known allergy causing triggers you can find a solution for her. If you can at least determine which proteins she is allergic to, you can find a dog food that she tolerates, or you could maybe home cook her food with the base of the food being a protein that Ally tolerates, and then using very limited and basic ingredients. I hope you find a solution for her so she gets the relief from her symptoms. Sending lots of hugs and prayers your way. Please keep us posted on how she's doing and if you find any answers that help.