Using data from the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study, researchers will study how inbreeding affects the genetics and health of dogs while also considering external factors, such as exercise and diet, on overall dog health.
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Researchers will search for new therapy targets for hemangiosarcoma in dogs to inform the development of much-needed therapies and preventives for this deadly cancer.
Researchers will work to understand better how equine herpesvirus 1 causes disease and use this new information to inform the development of improved treatments.
Researchers will search for causative genes associated with a common neurological disease in horses called equine neuroaxonal dystrophy/degenerative myeloencephalopathy or eNAD/EDM.
Researchers will partner with hoof care providers, veterinarians and owners to evaluate the feasibility of using video technology to monitor horse gait changes.
Researchers will study changes in microRNAs in the blood of dogs enrolled in the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study and diagnosed with hemangiosarcoma to identify early disease biomarkers.
Physical Rehabilitation in Dogs with Cervical Spondylomyelopathy – Can it Lead to Sustained Neurologic Improvement and Better Quality of Life?
Researchers are studying the potential of physical therapy to improve neurologic function and promote better quality of life in dogs with Wobbler Syndrome, a neurological disorder impacting the spinal region of the neck.