It Probably Isn’t a Food Allergy

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Suspected food allergy is a common reason people bring their dogs to the Clinical Nutrition Service at Tufts. By the time they get there, they’ve often tried five, six, or even seven different diets with different ingredients, but none of them have stopped the dog’s itching, paw licking, throwing up, or other canine allergy symptoms. […]
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