Correcting Misconceptions About Allergy Testing in Dogs

Blood test or skin prick test? Neither.

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People often wonder which is better for diagnosing allergies in a dog: skin prick tests or blood tests. The answer: neither one. For one thing, prick tests are not performed on dogs. Rather, dogs with suspected allergies undergo what is called intradermal testing. The difference is that with a skin prick test, a physician will […]
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