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Clinical Trials

While we try to keep the website as updated as possible, please note that clinical trial enrollment may stop suddenly. Please feel free to call us at (417) 509-8961 with any questions or if you are interested and you think your pet may qualify for one of our studies.

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Canine Allergic and Atopic Dermatitis

Is your dog itchy? Do they scratch, chew, rub or lick themselves constantly? Do they roll, scoot or even shake their head often? We are participating in a large clinical trial comparing the effectiveness of a potential treatment for dogs with signs of atopic skin allergies against a standard treatment. If eligible, all examinations and medications needed in the study are free of charge!

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Canine Dry Eye Study

We are currently accepting dogs in a study for keratoconjunctivitis sicca, commonly known as dry eye. Your dog may be eligible to enroll if they struggle with eye discomfort, squint or paw frequently at their eyes, experience sticky eye discharge, and/or dull or dry-looking eyes, they may be eligible to enroll.

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Canine Ear Infection Study

We are currently accepting dogs in a study for ear infections. If your dog is experiencing itching, head shaking, ear odor, or swelling, they may be eligible to enroll and receive a potential new treatment.

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Canine Flea Study

Is your dog itchy and uncomfortable? If so, your dog(s) may have fleas and be eligible for enrollment in a clinic study for flea prevention and treatment.

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Canine Pancreatitis

Dogs love to get into things they are not supposed to, and the result could mean a trip to the veterinarian. If they seem painful in their stomach, vomiting or have a loss of appetite, they may be suffering from acute pancreatitis. This is a serious condition that can escalate very quickly if left untreated. To learn more, visit our website or contact us!

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Canine Roundworms

We are looking for puppies or dogs to enroll in our clinical study investigating a potential new treatment for intestinal parasites/worms! 

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Feline Flea Study

Is your cat constantly itching? If your cat has fleas and has yet to be treated, you may be eligible to enroll them in our clinical study for a potentially new treatment option.

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