By examining its effects on a dog’s heart and brain, researchers will investigate a wearable, wireless collar device designed to reduce seizures in canine epilepsy patients.
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Researchers will identify antigens (substances that help trigger antibody defenses against disease) as a critical step toward developing a novel vaccine for heartworm in dogs.
Researchers will evaluate if a collar-mounted monitor is a valid tool for measuring activity in dogs. This is potentially useful for owners and veterinarians to help gauge ongoing pet health concerns.
Researchers will determine dosing and safety of a drug for treatment of chronic bronchitis.
Researchers will evaluate the safety and efficacy of the drug clevidipine in dogs with congestive heart failure associated with mitral valve disease.
Researchers will conduct a clinical trial investigating the safety and anticancer effectiveness of trametinib, a drug to treat companion dogs with aggressive cancers.
Researchers will compare the effects of three general anesthetic agents to find better anesthetic options for patients with intracranial disease.