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Food allergy in canines: A review

@inproceedings{Bhagat2017FoodAI,
  title={Food allergy in canines: A review},
  author={Rakshanda Bhagat and Amir Amin Sheikh and Vs Wazir and Aditya Mishra and Uttarani Maibam},
  year={2017}
}
  • Rakshanda Bhagat, Amir Amin Sheikh, +2 authors Uttarani Maibam
  • Published 2017
  • Medicine
  • Food allergy is an immunological response to the ingested allergen present in food like artificial food additives, beef, canned foods, corn, cow milk, dairy products, dog foods, dog biscuits, eggs, fish, and food preservatives, meat of different species including pork, mutton and horse meat, oat meal, potatoes, rice and commonly occurs in dogs and cats. Among all canine species, Labrador and German shepherd were found to be more prone to food allergy and symptoms are similar to other pruritic… CONTINUE READING

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