brainstorming-MFA table???

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Okay, my son Jake is going into 1st grade, we have a 504(with some new allergens being added once school starts). His 504 lists peanuts, all tree nuts and eggs as his life threatening allergies, but this summer we had a serious reaction and further testing showed ALL seeds need to be added(sesame being the biggest worry at school), then coconut, and legumes(he's reacted to eating green beans...but allergist says legumes won't be a problem unless they are broke open and the seed is exposed...we avoid at home!!).

Okay, so my question, lunch is going to be a challenge this year I am afraid. So on Monday's the school serves pb&j Uncrustables, so Jake has the PF tabel to sit at, which is fine. Twice a month the school serves an egg sandwich(similar to an egg mcmuffin) so those 2 days Jake is allowed to make his pf table egg free as well(this will just pertain to hot lunches, no cold lunches are allowed unless there is another allergy child(who eats egg) but for now he is the only 1st grader). So how do I handle say the hamburger(served on sesame buns about once a week)....on those days it's possible some of the kids would be sitting next to him eating sesame(which are small and get everywhere, so I am nervous about them coming into contact with his hands or food). It's almost getting to the point that he needs to sit seperate from ANY child...but that would be horrible(but on the same note, almost necessary). I don't know how to balance his emotional well being with his safety. I will need to figure something out because next year his little brother starts Kindergarten and he has all the same allergies PLUS milk(and the milk cartons worry me, as well as the yogurt, and the gooy drippy cheese they serve with nachos...and I've been hit with the cheese myself at lunch!!)....there is no milk-free table.

And suggestions would be appreciated, I need to speak with the principal next week, but I think I need to have some suggestions to help solve the problem...but I'm stumped!

THANKS edit for spelling ------------------ Chanda(mother of 4) Sidney-8 1/2(beef and chocolate, grasses, molds, weeds, guinea pig, hamster & asthma) Jake-6 1/2(peanut, all tree nuts, seeds(all-sesame, sunflower, poppy, pine nut) beef, chicken, eggs, coconut(also avoiding legumes), trees, grasses, weeds, molds, cats, dogs, guinea pig & eczema & asthma) Carson-4 (peanut, tree nuts, milk, soy, egg, beef and pork, cats, dog, guinea pig, hamster, grass, mold, dust mite and EE) Savannah-1 1/2 (milk, beef and egg, dog(avoiding peanuts, tree nuts, strawberries, seeds, legumes and corn)

[This message has been edited by chanda4 (edited August 15, 2007).]

On Aug 15, 2007

Chanda-I think the table should be free of the allergens that could hurt the children sitting there. My DD's egg allergy is not as severe as her peanut allergy, so her 504 Plan states that if a child is eating egg salad or something like that---the aid will make sure they are not in close proximity, but can still be at the table. If she was anaphylactic to egg, I wouldn't want eggs around her at that table, either.

If there is a child at my DD's "peanut-free" table who is anaphylactic to milk, I would gladly not send in any milk products (especially the messy things like yogurt, shredded cheese, etc.).

I think the school should use nonsesame seed buns, but that will require some notice. Have you talked to them?

I wish I had an easy answer for you; or an answer, at all. Sorry. Nicole

[This message has been edited by PinkPoodle (edited August 15, 2007).]

On Aug 15, 2007

I agree with both of you(thank you)...but if I limit his table to NO peanut, tree nuts, eggs, sesame(or any seeds, like what if another PA child brings sunbutter??) and beans....he's going to end up sitting there alone. I think if I space(like a chair or two...the table only has 6 chairs) him from his friends, he will feel alone too. what if I put a desk up next to the table, so he'd be close enough, but if anything spilled it wouldn't affect his *area*??? Or, maybe they could put 6 desks in that area(so no actual table) and space them apart so they don't touch, but are close enough so they don't feel alone????

I think the lunch staff comes in next Mon, I'll speak to her about the buns, that would be helpful right there!

On Aug 15, 2007

Chanda-What about an aid at lunch with him? Someone providing 1:1 supervision so that he does not come into contact with his allergens.

On Aug 15, 2007

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Originally posted by chanda4: [b] I think the lunch staff comes in next Mon, I'll speak to her about the buns, that would be helpful right there! [/b]

The non-sesame buns should be quite do-able!! Surely their bun & bread supplier does a variety of buns -- see if you can't suggest they go to whole wheat, non-sesame buns (NO egg) & stress the nutritional value of the whole grain, plus the easier-clean-up value to the lunchroom crew since sesame seeds are a pain to clean up!!

The "own" desk or mini-table bumped up against a main table sounds like a workable solution & would reduce the risk, I would think.

Just one more challenge, right??! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

------------------ ~Eli[b]Z[/b]abeth, Mother to 2: DD age 5, NKA, treated as though PA/TNA DS age 8, PA, possible TNA, Latex, legumes? (PA diagnosed & ana reaction 1999) Member here since 2000

On Aug 15, 2007

Pinkpoodle...there are 2 aides, but they roam the room. I think having them hire someone just for him would be a big pull(I will ask though) I sent an email to the principal to meet, so I'll take my ideas and see what she says to each. I think the 6 desks(or just a desk for him at the end of the table) will be most do-able(I hope, also for my other son next year)...but I'll list the other ideas and see what she says. THANKS for the ideas!!!

On Aug 15, 2007

Chanda-I think the buns are very important because they probably use them for many different types of sandwiches (chicken, deli, hamburger, etc.). It should be simple enough to get buns without sesame, IMO.

On Aug 15, 2007

Chanda-The weird thing about my DD having a 1:1 aid at lunch and recess is that I didn't request it; the school had decided it prior to our 504 meeting. I think it was a wise choice on their part given she has multiple allergies.

On Aug 15, 2007

PP...yes, I guess I need to worry about ALL buns, that is true...geez! The aide would be nice, but you know my school, never would they do something beneficial on their *own*!!!

On Aug 15, 2007

Ben sits at the end of a table that is peanut free. There are 3 aides in the lunchroom and they all keep an eye on him at lunch. We also have the sesame allergy and it makes me nervous too. I did not deal with it last year because I did not know about it. Please share how you resolve it and I will do the same.

Ann

On Aug 15, 2007

I heard a recent FAAN newsletter addressed this in calling it a PAL table that encouraged friends that are sensitive to the allergens.

Chanda, is it your school that has only HOT lunch at nut-free table? Ours is proposing going to this and I do not like it. Bascially very few 1st graders buy hot lunch, so that means my DS will be alone for lunch at the peanut free table.

On Aug 16, 2007

my child started first grade yesterday -- his table is peanut free -- he is allergic to peanuts tree nuts soy corn and a few others -- the other boy is allergic to peanuts, soy, milk egg, and others -

the only kids that sit with them are HOT lunch since it does not contain peanuts

Only about 5 kids in his class pack -- so it has worked great for us -- we did it for kdg too!

yes my son and the other boy have some of each others allergens in their lunch boxes - my son eats cheese alot - but we have yet to see a problem - if one arises we would probably seat one hot lunch in between them -- so far ( last year and this) the table is full everyday!

I also put a sticker in his lunch box today that said - "this sandwich contains SUNBUTTER made from sunflower seeds" -- so that no one - kids or adults would be confused!!

On Aug 16, 2007

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Originally posted by TwokidsNJ: [b]I heard a recent FAAN newsletter addressed this in calling it a PAL table that encouraged friends that are sensitive to the allergens.

Chanda, is it your school that has only HOT lunch at nut-free table? Ours is proposing going to this and I do not like it. Bascially very few 1st graders buy hot lunch, so that means my DS will be alone for lunch at the peanut free table.[/b]

Oh, I like this idea...the PAL table, that sounds so much better then peanut-free table! And at our pf table allergy kids can bring cold or hot lunch(most bring cold)....then if there is only 1 allergy child in the grade(like my son) he is allowed to invite a couple friends that bought hot(PF) lunch, no cold lunches. That's kind of confusing. Like caryn stated, I would be really worried if another allergy child was eating sunbutter next to my sunflower seed allergy son....so with him being allergic to so many things, a PF table does him no good(in my eyes). He could be sitting next to egg sandwiches, sun butter, buns with sesame seeds etc.....that is why I think he needs his own space, his own desk. If he were JUST pa, then the PF table would be fine.

There is a girl anaphylaxic to wheat coming into the school and her mom has often said to me "the PF table does us no good"....which now I truly understand. She gave me the desk idea, she wanted her own daughter to sit at a desk, away from anyones cold lunch or hot lunch...but the desk could be scooted close enough(but not touch) where the others are eating. It's that(having his own eating space) or he needs to just leave the lunchroom....

so in my mind I am invisioning a space all his own(but close enough he can still converse with friends), that will never be contaminated with peanuts, peanut butter, any tree nuts, eggs, sunflower seeds(or butters), sesame seeds, coconut etc...I just don't see that happening with a PF-only table...I hope that makes sense.

------------------ Chanda(mother of 4) Sidney-8 1/2(beef and chocolate, grasses, molds, weeds, guinea pig, hamster & asthma) Jake-6 1/2(peanut, all tree nuts, seeds(all-sesame, sunflower, poppy, pine nut) beef, chicken, eggs, coconut(also avoiding legumes), trees, grasses, weeds, molds, cats, dogs, guinea pig & eczema & asthma) Carson-4 (peanut, tree nuts, milk, soy, egg, beef and pork, cats, dog, guinea pig, hamster, grass, mold, dust mite and EE) Savannah-1 1/2 (milk, beef and egg, dog(avoiding peanuts, tree nuts, strawberries, seeds, legumes and corn)

On Aug 16, 2007

My son has a peanut free table in his school. He is supposed to have 2 classmates sit with him on a voluntary basis. But when the whole school is eating anything with peanuts and tree nuts, he has to sit alone. They said this is the only way they can be sure that the table is not contaminated. So his school would not even consider a MFA table. I wish there could be one somehow.

If there is pb&j served the peanut free table is not an option. (He is highly allergic to peanuts. Touch, taste or smell. His rast tests were off the scale.) They are supposed to let him and his class sit in the room and eat lunch and the whole school wash hands. How are they going to insure that?

YOu answered a topic I posted earlier. I looked at the Denver news story you sent. You are right I wish there is something that could be done to accomodate everybody. There is another mother that is fighting this fight with me to the school board, that her little boy just started kindergarten where my son goes. He is allergic to eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and wheat and more I just cannot remember now. Since they are in different grades they cannot sit together. Right now it is really sad. He has to sit alone and my son does most of the time to because the other kids don't want to give up there cookies. Please everyone keep thinking of a way that kids with MFA can be included too. I am a rambler, please forgive me.

------------------ #1 son - peanuts, tree nuts, walnuts, eggs, every weed, grass, tree, mold, dust, cats, dogs, horses, and has asthma #2 son - peanuts, shellfish, eggs, every grass, weed, tree, mold, dust, dogs, cats, horses, cows, and has severe asthma

On Aug 17, 2007

I really like the "PAL Table" idea and think it's much more appropriate for multiple food allergies.

LoriAnne sent me a FAAN Article (FAAN newsletter Aug-Sept 2007) which discusses this. According to the article, "This simple name change created a positiive outlook that made all students feel welcome at the tables."

I think the key is close monitoring of this table to keep it safe.

On Aug 17, 2007

renaming a PF table to a PAL table is a good idea, I agree, but it doesn't help our situation. ANY food besides peanut butter is allowed at that PF table, so my son is still at risk for a serious reaction. I am going to route of using a desk for him I think. The school is making me purchase one though, they have none to offer at this time. I tried calling Banks School Supply and they have none, so I don't know what to do. I will go with him to lunch the first day and try to figure something out while we're there, if nothing seems to be working, I will have to remove him from the lunchroom until we can figure this out. But I just can NOT allow him to eat at the PF table next to an allergy child eating a cheeseburger with sesame seeds on top, that's too risky IMO. I will still talk to the lunch manager about ordering sesame-free buns, but I am not sure I have that power, we'll see. HUGS

------------------ Chanda(mother of 4) Sidney-8 1/2(beef and chocolate, grasses, molds, weeds, guinea pig, hamster & asthma) Jake-6 1/2(peanut, all tree nuts, seeds(all-sesame, sunflower, poppy, pine nut) beef, chicken, eggs, coconut(also avoiding legumes), trees, grasses, weeds, molds, cats, dogs, guinea pig & eczema & asthma) Carson-4 (peanut, tree nuts, milk, soy, egg, beef and pork, cats, dog, guinea pig, hamster, grass, mold, dust mite and EE) Savannah-1 1/2 (milk, beef and egg, dog(avoiding peanuts, tree nuts, strawberries, seeds, legumes and corn)

On Aug 17, 2007

Chanda-Can you please clarify this for me: you have to pay for the desk ??????!!!!

NO way, no how. I think the school can not force a parent to endure the financial burden for an accomodation. WTH!!!?

I have spoken to many outside professionals about our situation (educational advocate, attorney, and state Dept of Ed)---all of them told me to stop supplying the wipes for the classroom to wash their hands. They said it take the responsibility away from where it belongs: the school.

I hope you get some other opinions/facts about the laws and parents paying for items (especially something like a DESK!).

Maybe start a new thread so people with expertise will weigh in.

On Aug 17, 2007

I know, I should not have to buy one...I actually offered though, I guess to lesson the burdon on the school [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/frown.gif[/img] The principal is getting like 170 new students this fall, so she explained they themselves are going to be short desks, so I told her I'd try to find one myself...which isn't working. I will recontact her and let her know I was unsuccessful and I will need the school to possibly provide one(since they will need to buy more anyways, they can 1 more for Jake!!!). I will then tell her he will not eat in the lunchroom until the desk is supplied, so hopefully that will get them moving(probably not, but possibly). I will make it clear to the district nurse as well(I requested a meeting with her, I met her last spring, she is new and seems very *educated*) maybe even she can supply the desk somehow?? I did give them a headsup that if this works, my son entering Kindergarten next year will need the same set up, so his own desk as well! I wish there was an easy solution for this, but I just can't seem to come up with any other idea besides his own desk/area that NO ONE else will ever sit at or use. Thanks!!!

------------------ Chanda(mother of 4) Sidney-8 1/2(beef and chocolate, grasses, molds, weeds, guinea pig, hamster & asthma) Jake-6 1/2(peanut, all tree nuts, seeds(all-sesame, sunflower, poppy, pine nut) beef, chicken, eggs, coconut(also avoiding legumes), trees, grasses, weeds, molds, cats, dogs, guinea pig & eczema & asthma) Carson-4 (peanut, tree nuts, milk, soy, egg, beef and pork, cats, dog, guinea pig, hamster, grass, mold, dust mite and EE) Savannah-1 1/2 (milk, beef and egg, dog(avoiding peanuts, tree nuts, strawberries, seeds, legumes and corn)

On Aug 17, 2007

Chanda -

The purpose of referring to it as a PAL table is multi-fold in my opinion:

- A more positive name for the table, focusing on inclusion rather than exclusion

- A way to deal with multiple food allergies. The PAL table is "Be a PAL - Protect a Life from Food Allergies". Whatever food allergies the child has is can be addressed in some manner. (maybe it is a couple PAL tables for various needs).

- The PAL table is also closely monitored.

We are also dealing with multiple food allergies, including sesame (my kid tests off the chart for that one) but I am focused primarily on reducing contact with the most serious which is peanut and tree nut. I will make the nurse aware of the sesame allergy to watch for it but I am not as "afraid" of it.

- Have you thought of doing a contact allergy test or a food challenge with sesame or any of the other allergens you are more concerned with, and that are resulting in social isolation for your child?

On Aug 17, 2007

Our allergist won't do challenges, he referes you to the hospital. My son just had a anaphylaxic reaction last month to sesame(from Mcdonalds) which included cardiac spasms....so I don't want to mess with it at all. All the buns the lunchroom serves are on sesame buns...once school starts I can speak with the lunch manager, see if it's even an option to order plain buns, but until then, I need a plan. I also don't want him at a table with allergy kids eating sunbutter(which many pb allergic bring, and I consider as deadly as pb with Jake)....I don't want isolation either. I think the best solution would be to ditch the *pf table* and put 6 desks in a circle so each allergy child has their *own safe place* to eat(yet they can still invite friends, still chat, still enjoy company). Each desk would need to be really cleaned between use, between allergens...I would just rather buy Jake his own, that only he uses....but that was my next idea. ????

------------------ Chanda(mother of 4) Sidney-8 1/2(beef and chocolate, grasses, molds, weeds, guinea pig, hamster & asthma) Jake-6 1/2(peanut, all tree nuts, seeds(all-sesame, sunflower, poppy, pine nut) beef, chicken, eggs, coconut(also avoiding legumes), trees, grasses, weeds, molds, cats, dogs, guinea pig & eczema & asthma) Carson-4 (peanut, tree nuts, milk, soy, egg, beef and pork, cats, dog, guinea pig, hamster, grass, mold, dust mite and EE) Savannah-1 1/2 (milk, beef and egg, dog(avoiding peanuts, tree nuts, strawberries, seeds, legumes and corn)

On Aug 17, 2007

Sorry I havn't responded ot the other thread I started--This move is going to kill me. I read this while the kids were eating lunch.

Chandra, go back to their policy. Re-read the schools responsibility. Once you have notified them of an allergy, by their policy, they have to accomidate according to your doctor's recommendations. Ask him to write a letter directly stating what your son cannot be in contact with and they should find accomidations (quit using seaseme seed buns-besides the others are usually cheaper so they can buy the desk).

Also, I feel for the school getting more students BUT with these students comes funding. Your son should NOT suffer because of they did not order enough desks.

Did they re-do your 504 to inlude seaseme?

p.s. I am hoping to respond to the district policy tonight after the kids are asleep-sorry it has taken so long.

On Aug 17, 2007

PM...I was hoping to hear how your meeting went!! I will address this again once I can request a 504 meeting, but as it's looking, I bet it won't be for a few weeks once school starts. I will add the seeds, coconut and even legumes then....but until then I am worried about him having a reaction like he did this summer. I don't think we even have a 504c yet, the las tone left and I am not sure she has been replaced at this time. I will call the district to find out though. Post when you have a minute about the meeting!! HUGS

------------------ Chanda(mother of 4) Sidney-8 1/2(beef and chocolate, grasses, molds, weeds, guinea pig, hamster & asthma) Jake-6 1/2(peanut, all tree nuts, seeds(all-sesame, sunflower, poppy, pine nut) beef, chicken, eggs, coconut(also avoiding legumes), trees, grasses, weeds, molds, cats, dogs, guinea pig & eczema & asthma) Carson-4 (peanut, tree nuts, milk, soy, egg, beef and pork, cats, dog, guinea pig, hamster, grass, mold, dust mite and EE) Savannah-1 1/2 (milk, beef and egg, dog(avoiding peanuts, tree nuts, strawberries, seeds, legumes and corn)

On Aug 17, 2007

Chanda - sorry - I didn't realize how severe the sesame is for your DS. Sesame is a tough one!

Just FYI, have you had them tested for mustard? My kids are allergic to mustard -- it is also a seed. The closer the mustard is to the seed (ie, not the super-processed-bright-yellow), the worse the reaction.

On Aug 17, 2007

Chanda -- SURELY somewhere in that school there is a desk or utility table not being used for anything except to store doo-doo . . . and THAT is the desk/table they need to be using for your child in the cafeteria. And if not, then the school asks the district and they MUST PROVIDE IT.

Free of cost to you.

I know that you have been to he11 & back with this school & district to get your 504, but that should NOT mean that you need to pay -- literally -- for this option.

Somewhere in that school, in a storage room, in another classroom, in the teacher break room, there is a desk or table that can be put to this purpose.

Hold them to their responsibility, as much as you want to smooth the waters.

HUGS}}

~Elizabeth, JMHO

On Aug 17, 2007

twokidsnj...I didn't know it was that severe either, I guess it takes a reaction to prove you worng though(like I was telling the Aunt in that other thread(who raised the nephew for 6yrs and now he is back with his mom), sometimes it does take a reaction before you realize how life threatening the allergy can be). So I do need to make sure the sesame in the lunchroom is kept far from my son. I do think there is a line, a line we try not to cross where we are keeping our kids safe, but also not isolating them....I am getting close to that line.

And ajas_folks....I will look through the school myself for the darn desk(I am thinking along the same lines that you bring up)...I am with the PTO and we are doing 2 events next week, I'll look myself for the darn desk(probably with a stack of **** on it, like you said)! Thanks!!!

On Aug 17, 2007

I would try looking for the desk in their surplus center. I believe most districts have this and they sell old but usually perfectly good desks for a dollar or less. I know I have gotten a few for my kids. try [url="http://www.publicsurplus.com"]http://www.publicsurplus.com[/url] they have a lot of the nations school districts on there. If they have any desks listed ask them for that desk because apperantly they can live with out it.

On Aug 17, 2007

chanda, I've been in my own world lately, but I wanted to send you some ((((cyber hugs)))). You have fought so hard with this school, I hope you can find a solution that is effective and least exclusive. That gets harder and harder doesn't it. I would hope the school would be willing to switch all of their buns to non-sesame. How easy would that be, as so less dangerous for your little one.

HUGS

On Aug 17, 2007

What about having an aid or the teacher take his desk back and forth until a solution is found (and I bet that it would be found quicker if that is the answer)?

Have you requested the new 504 in writting? You want the clock to start as soon as possible if they are going to stall.

On Aug 17, 2007

You might consider going back to Rhonda for assistance in obtaining a well-written letter to address the additional allergies and the need to update the 504 ASAP in light of the new medical information.

Given the history with this school, I think it's really important to gain some additional help on this from the beginning, to minimize any delay.

On Aug 18, 2007

Thank you, for the suggestions ladies, I really appreciate it. To update...I did ask the allergist for a letter explaining after a very severe life threatening reaction this summer and further testing, we will be adding the following allergens to his 504(something like that)....I also called the district and will get a call back Monday, to find out who the new 504c is(I need to go through them, not the principal). I do wish I could contact Rhonda again, but I just don't have the money, and can't go that route anytime soon. I do like the surplus idea, I will check that out. And I LOVE the dragging the desk to the lunchrom idea(LOL) I bet they wouldn't do that for long, that's for sure!

I did talk with Jake yesterday about him sitting at a desk for lunch, he was horrified. I told him we need to figure out a space of his own for him to sit/eat at, but it will be close enough to still talk with friends...it was that or I need to take him home for lunch each day(we live close enough, but I really don't want to do that). But it brought upset feelings up again, he just wishes he could sit at the reg lunch table(not the pb table, he did make that clear!).

As for the buns, our school orders things premade, and I have a feeling the hamburgers and chix sandwiches all come prepackaged(kind of like the Uncrsutables)...so not sure if they *could* order sesame-free buns, but will check of course.

Again THANKS [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img] [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img] [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

------------------ Chanda(mother of 4) Sidney-8 1/2(beef and chocolate, grasses, molds, weeds, guinea pig, hamster & asthma) Jake-6 1/2(peanut, all tree nuts, seeds(all-sesame, sunflower, poppy, pine nut) beef, chicken, eggs, coconut(also avoiding legumes), trees, grasses, weeds, molds, cats, dogs, guinea pig & eczema & asthma) Carson-4 (peanut, tree nuts, milk, soy, egg, beef and pork, cats, dog, guinea pig, hamster, grass, mold, dust mite and EE) Savannah-1 1/2 (milk, beef and egg, dog(avoiding peanuts, tree nuts, strawberries, seeds, legumes and corn)

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On Aug 20, 2007

Whoohoooo, just got a call from the principal, they have a brand new, clean desk that Jake will use in the lunchroom....and it will be for his use ONLY!!!! She said I can make some special sign or whatever to tape to it to make it *special* for him too! I am going to meet Jake for lunch Monday and see *where* to put the desk, close enough to socialize, but back enough from any contamination with allergens. I think this will work, he will have a clean safe eating area, and still be around his friends so he's not isolated. Then next year, his brother can do the same thing, use the same desk(since they'll eat at diff times)....since I know neither one would be eating the allergens themselves! I'm pretty happy with this, I think it will be great, I'll know more on the 1st day of school though. Thanks for all the ideas and support, as usual!!!!!

------------------ Chanda(mother of 4) Sidney-8 1/2(beef and chocolate, grasses, molds, weeds, guinea pig, hamster & asthma) Jake-6 1/2(peanut, all tree nuts, seeds(all-sesame, sunflower, poppy, pine nut) beef, chicken, eggs, coconut(also avoiding legumes), trees, grasses, weeds, molds, cats, dogs, guinea pig & eczema & asthma) Carson-4 (peanut, tree nuts, milk, soy, egg, beef and pork, cats, dog, guinea pig, hamster, grass, mold, dust mite and EE) Savannah-1 1/2 (milk, beef and egg, dog(avoiding peanuts, tree nuts, strawberries, seeds, legumes and corn)

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