Testing Your Pet for Food Allergies

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Just like in humans, there are foods that can be problematic for cats and dogs from chicken, to milk - even beef. But there's a new method of testing your pet that's less invasive than a blood test. Our expert, Dr. Jyl Rubin of Mobile Vet Connection, shows how NutriScan works.